Joggle: A sudden irregular shake or a push causing such a shake.
Jollity: cheerfulness gaiety
Example: [all joined in the general jollity of the festival]
Jostle: brush against push
Example: [Photographers jostled to get a better view of the royal couple]
Journalize: document, report, record, note (something) in a diary, register
Example: [He essayed to journalize his experiences on the road; but he lost patience in recording the little incidents which composed them]
Joust: To engage in a tilt with lances on horseback.
Example: [He seemed a very jovial chap]
Jubilant: in high spirits
Example: [The fans were jubilant about India’s victory]
Example: [There was jubilation in the crowd as the winning goal was scored]
Judgment: The faculty by the exercise of which a deliberate conclusion is reached.
Judicature: Distribution and administration of justice by trial and judgment.
Judicial: Pertaining to the administration of justice.
Judiciary: courts, judges, relating to the branch of government concerned with law and the legal system, court system
Example: [The report of the judiciary committee was not acted upon, and thus the Senate avoided a categorical decision]
Judicious: showing good judgment prudent
Example: [The letter was judiciously worded]
Juggernaut: unstoppable force
Example: [nothing could survive in the path of juggernaut]
Juggle: To play tricks of sleight of hand.
Jugglery: deception, trickery, performance of juggling, the show of a juggler
Example: [But Count Cagliostro’s career of jugglery and fraud was nearly over]
Jugular: Pertaining to the throat.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams
Junction: The condition of being joined.
Juncture: point where two things are joined
Example: [At this juncture]
Junket: an outing a picnic
Example: [a political junket]
Junta: small ruling group
Example: [military junta]
Juridical: legal, relating to the law
Example: [From the juridical point of view, exchange appears as the relation between two wills]
Example: [sales are subject to Mumbai jurisdiction only]
Jurisprudence: philosophy of law
Example: [a student of jurisprudence]
Juror: One who serves on a jury or is sworn in for jury duty in a court of justice.
Justify: mitigate excuse
Example: [I can’t really justify taking another day off work]
Juvenescence: state of being young, youthfulness, process of growing into a young person
Example: [The experience thus gained cost me the bloom of youth; yet I would not exchange it for a life of everlasting juvenescence]
Juvenile: childish acting young
Example: [juvenile crime]
Juxtapose: to place side by side
Example: [The exhibition juxtaposes Picasso’s early drawings with some of his later works]