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Vocabulary from the Letter ‘J’

Hello & welcome to all those viewers who are visiting to this page. Each and every letter has its own importance. In this way letter ‘J’ also has its own value. In present time many government jobs exams are conducting by various organizations frequently.

English is the most important part of these exams and mostly candidates unable to complete this English section properly because of their week knowledge of English and less power of vocabulary. Letter ‘J’ is also the first letter of Jesus which is called “Prophet” in entire world. The word start with ‘J’ i.e. Job another form happiness.

Dear viewers here we are showing few important words from letter ‘J’ which is most important for the exams point   of view. See the given words as under and learn:

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Jaded

dulled by surfeit

After so long on the road, beaches and ruins might have left me jaded, and breathtaking views might no longer take my breath away.

Jargon

specialized technical terminology characteristic of a particular subject

He has complained that officials’ speeches and writings were clogged with Party jargon and demanded more plain speaking.

Jest

activity characterized by good humour

Everybody was in the highest spirits; every jest or bit of fun was caught, bandied back and forth, and passed on with new trimmings.

Jubilant

full of high-spirited delight

As the results poured in, a jubilant, well-heeled crowd thronged the street outside the party’s headquarters, dancing and cheering.

Junta

a group of military officers who rule a country after seizing power

The stock soared 10.2% in London after Mali’s military junta agreed to reinstate the country’s constitution following last month’s coup.

Juxtapose

place side by side

In other words, black and white, when juxtaposed, mutually reinforce each other.

Justify

defend, explain, clear away, or make excuses for by reasoning

“He still relies on his dead father’s authority to justify his rule.”

Jaunty

having a cheerful, lively, and self-confident air

Yet his mood was jaunty and he cheerfully claimed to have achieved his ambition, thus far, of getting through February without touching alcohol.

Jeer

laugh at with contempt and derision

The mob jeered, and derided, and insulted her in every conceivable way.

Jejune

lacking interest or significance or impact

The works called good are dry and jejune, soon consummated, often of questionable value, and leaving behind them when finished a sense of vacuity.

Jeopardize

pose a threat to, present a danger to

Furthermore, Facebook could jeopardize Google’s online dominance by developing its own search capabilities.

Jettison

throw away, of something encumbering

In the editing room, they jettisoned material they had once deemed essential but came to view as extraneous.

Jibe

an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect

We would jibe one another, laugh at a fellow to his chagrin, and when we were angry bawl each other out unmercifully.

Jingoist

an extreme bellicose nationalist

And, hell, I’m no jingoist, but surely we can do better in this country than importing our drugs from Mexico, right?

 

 

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