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Tough English Words for 12th June :

  1. Jaunt (n) : short journey for pleasure


  2. Jaunty (adj.): showy, showing self confidence


  3. Javelin (n): a light spear for throwing


  4. Jaw (n) : cheek bone, bones of the mouth in which teeth are set


  5. Jay (n) : a bright coloured bird of the crow kind


  6. Jay-walker (n) : a careless walker on the roads


  7. Jazz (n) : a sort of music to which people dance


  8. Jealous (adj.) : envious, suspicious


  9. Jealousy (n) : envy


  10. Jeer (v) : make fun, of


  11. Jeer (n) : joke, mockery


  12. Jehovah (n) : the Hebrew name of God


  13. Jelly (n) : gelatine, gum


  14. Jeopardize (v) : endanger


  15. Jeopardy (n ): danger


  16. Jerboa (n) : a small animal with bony hind legs


  17. Jerk (n) : a sharp sudden pull, push or shake


  18. Jerk (v) : give a sudden shake or movement


  19. Jest (n) : joke, jeer


  20. Jest (v) : play a joke


  21. Jest (adv.) : jestingly


  22. Jester (n) : a comedian


  23. Jesus (n) : Christ, the founder of Christianity


  24. Jet (n) : a variety of black stones susceptible to a brilliant polish, water spout


  25. Jet-black (adj.) : deep black


  26. Jetsam (n) : goods thrown over board to lighten a ship


  27. Jettison (v): cast off, throw out


  28. Jetty (n) : small projecting pier


  29. Jew (n) : a Hebrew


  30. Jewel (n): a precious stone, a valuable ornament


  31. Jew’s-harp (n) : a musical instrument


  32. Jig (n): a dance


  33. Jingle (v) : emit a tinkling sound


  34. Jingle (n) : the sound as of small bells


  35. Jinricksha (n) : a light carriage drawn by man


  36. Jinrikisha (n) : a light carriage drawn by man


  37. Job (n) : a piece of work


  38. Job (v) : to hire, do a small piece of work


  39. Jockey (n): a rider of race-horse


  40. Jocose (adj.) : humorous, playful


  41. Jocular (adj.): sportive, joking


  42. Jocund (adj.) : merry, jolly, cheerful


  43. Join (v) : unite, connect


  44. Joiner (n): one who joins, a carpenter


  45. Joint (n) : a place where two or more parts ate joined


  46. Joint (adj.) : held in common


  47. Jointly (adv): together


  48. Joist (n) : a supporting beam


  49. Joke (n) : a jest


  50. Jolly (adj.): merry, joyful




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