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||J. This letter has been added to the English Alphabet in modern days; the letter I being written ...
||JAB'BER, v.i. To talk rapidly or indistinctly; to chatter; to prate.JAB'BER, n. Rapid talk with ...
||JAB'BERER, n. One that talks rapidly, indistinctly or unintelligibly.
||JAB'BERING, ppr. Prating; talking rapidly and confusedly.
||JAB'BERMENT, n. Idle prate.
||JAB'IRU, n. An aquatic fowl of the crane kind.The Jabiru is the Mycteria Americana. It resembles ...
||JAC'AMAR, n. A kind of fowls arranged by Linne under the genus Alcedo; but their toes are ...
||JA'CENT, a. [L. jacens,jaceo, to lie.] Lying at length.
||JA'CINTH, n. [a different orthography of Hyacinth.]1. A genus of plants. [See Hyacinth.]2. A ...
||JACK, n.1. A nickname or diminutive of John, used as a general term of contempt for any saucy of ...
||JACK'AL, n. An animal of the genus Canis, resembling a dog and a fox; a native of Asia and Africa. ...
||JACK'ALENT, n. [Jack in lent, a poor starved fellow.]A simple sheepish fellow.
||JACK'ANAPES, n. [jack and ape.] A monkey, an ape.1. A coxcomb; an impertinent fellow. A young ...
||JACK'ASS, n. The male of the ass.
||JACK'BOOTS, n. Boots that serve as armor for the legs.
||JACK'DAW, n. [jack and daw.] A fowl of the genus Corvus,thievish and mischievous to the farmer.
||JACK'ET, n. A short close garment worn by males, extending downwards to the hips; a short coat.
||JACK'ETED, a. Wearing a jacket.
||JACK'FLAG, n. A flag hoisted at the sprit-sail top-mast-head.
||JACK'PUDDING, n. [jack and pudding.] A merry Andrew; a buffoon; a zany.
||JACK'SMITH, n. A smith who makes jacks for the chimney.
||JAC'OBIN, n. [So named from the place of meeting, which was the monastery of the monks called ...
||JAC'OBINE, n. A monk of the order of Dominicans.1. A pigeon with a high tuft.
||JACOBIN'ICAL, a. Resembling the Jacobins of France; turbulent; discontented with government; ...
||JAC'OBINISM, n. Jacobinic principles; unreasonable or violent opposition to legitimate government; ...
||JAC'OBINIZE, v.t. To taint with Jacobinism.
||JAC'OBITE, n. [from Jacobus, James.] A partizan or adherent of James II, king of England, after he ...
||JAC'OBITISM, n. The principles of the partizans of James II.
||JACOB'S-LADDER, n. A plant of the genus Polemonium.
||JACOB'S-ST`AFF, n. A pilgrim's staff.1. A staff concealing a dagger.2. A cross staff; a kind of ...
||JAC'OBUS, n. [Jacobus, James.] A gold coin, value twenty-five shillings sterling, struck in the ...
||JACONET', n. A kind of coarse muslin.
||JAC'TANCY, n. [L. jactantia.] A boasting. [Not used.]
||JAC'TITATION, n. [L. jactito,jacto. It ought rather to be jactation, L. jactatio.]1. A tossing ...
||JAC'ULATE, v.t. [L. jaculor.] To dart.
||JACULA'TION, n. The action of darting, throwing or lanching, as missive weapons.
||JAC'ULATOR, n. The shooting fish, a species of Chaetodon.
||JAC'ULATORY, a. Darting or throwing out suddenly, or suddenly thrown out; uttered in short ...
||JADE, n. 1. A mean or poor horse; a tired horse; a worthless nag. Tired as a jade in overloaden ...
||JA'DED, pp. Tired; wearied; fatigued; harassed.
||JA'DERY, n. The tricks of a jade.
||JA'DING, ppr. Tiring; wearying; harassing.
||JA'DISH, a. Vitious; bad, like a jade.1. Unchaste.
||JAG, n. A small load.
||JAGG, v.t. To notch; to cut into notches or teeth like those of a saw.
||JAG'GED, pp. Notched; uneven.1. Having notches or teeth; cleft; divided; laciniate; as jagged ...
||JAG'GEDNESS, n. The state of being denticulated; unevenness.
||JAG'GING, ppr. Notching; cutting into teeth; dividing.
||JAG'GY, a. Set with teeth; denticulated; uneven.
||JAGUAR', n. The American tiger, or once of Brasil, belonging to the genus Felis.
||JAH, n. Jehovah.
||JAIL, n. A prison; a building or place for the confinement of persons arrested for debt or for ...
||JA'ILBIRD, n. A prisoner; one who has been confined in prison.
||JA'ILER, n. The keeper of a prison.
||JA'ILFEVER, n. A contagious and fatal fever generated in jails and other places crowded with ...
||JAKES, n. [L. jacio, to throw.] A house of office or back-house; a privy.
||JAL'AP, n. The root of a plant, a species of Convolvulus. It is brought in thin transverse slices, ...
||JAM, n. A conserve of fruits boiled with sugar and water.1. A kind of frock for children.JAM, ...
||JAMB, n. Among the lead miners of Mendip, a thick bed of stone which hinders them when pursuing ...
||JAMBEE', n. A name formerly given to a fashionable cane.
||JAM'BEUX, n. [supra.] Armor for the legs.
||JANE, n. A coin of Genoa.1. A kind of fustian.
||JAN'GLE, v.i. To quarrel in words; to altercate; to bicker; to wrangle.JAN'GLE, v.t. To cause to ...
||JAN'GLER, n. A wrangling, noisy fellow.
||JAN'GLING, ppr. Wrangling; quarreling; sounding discordantly.JAN'GLING, n. A noisy dispute; a ...
||JAN'ITOR, n. [L.] A door-keeper; a porter.
||JANIZA'RIAN, n. Pertaining to the Janizaries, or their government.
||JAN'IZARY, n. A soldier of the Turkish foot guards. The Janizaries were a body of infantry, and ...
||JAN'NOCK, n. Oat-bread. [Local.]
||JAN'SENISM, n. The doctrine of Jansen in regard to free will and grace.
||JAN'SENIST, n. A follower of Jansen, bishop of Ypres, in Flanders.
||J`ANT, v.i. To ramble here and there; to make an excursion.J`ANT, n. An excursion; a ramble; a ...
||J`ANTILY, adv. [from janty.] Briskly; airily; gayly.
||J`ANTINESS, n. Airiness; flutter; briskness.
||J`ANTY, a. Airy, showy; fluttering; finical.
||JAN'UARY. n. [L. januarius; L. geno, to beget, Eng. to begin.]The first month of the year, ...
||JAPAN-EARTH, n. Catechu, a combination of gummy and resinous matter, obtained from the juice of a ...
||JAPAN', n. [from the country in Asia, so called.]This name is given to work varnished and figured ...
||JAPANE'SE, a. Pertaining to Japan or its inhabitants.JAPANE'SE, n. A native of Japan; or the ...
||JAPAN'NED, pp. Varnished in a particular manner.
||JAPAN'NER, n. One who varnishes in the manner of the Japanese, or one skilled in the art.1. A ...
||JAPAN'NING, ppr. Varnishing in the manner of the Japanese; giving a glossy black ...
||JAPE, v.i. To jest.JAPE, v.t. To cheat.JAPE, n. A jest; a trick.
||JA'PER, n. A jester.
||JAPHET'IC, a. Pertaining to Japheth, the eldest son of Noah; as the Japhetic nations, which people ...
||JAP'U, n. A bird of Brazil that suspends its nest.
||J`AR, v.i. To strike together with a short rattle or tremulous sound; to strike untunably or ...
||JARARACA, n. A species of serpent in America, seldom exceeding 18 inches in length,having ...
||JARDES, n. Callous tumors on the legs of a horse, below the bend of the ham on the outside.
||J`ARGLE, v.i. To emit a harsh or shrill sound. [Not in use.]
||J`ARGON, n.1. Confused, unintelligible talk or language; gabble; gibberish; cant. All jargon of ...
||JARGONELLE, n. jargonel'. A species of pear.
||JARGON'IC, a. Pertaining to the mineral jargon.
||J`ARRED, pp. [from jar.] Shaken.
||J`ARRING, ppr. Shaking; making a harsh sound; discordant.J`ARRING, n. A shaking; discord; ...
||JAS'HAWK, n. A young hawk.
||JAS'MINE, n. [It is sometimes written in English jessamine.]A plant of the genus Jasminum, bearing ...
||JAS'PACHATE, n. A name anciently given to some varieties of agate jasper.
||J`ASPER, n. [L. iaspis.] A mineral of the siliceous kind, and of several varieties. It is less ...
||J`ASPERATED, a. Mixed with jasper; containing particles of jasper; as a jasperated agate.
||JASPIDE'AN, a. Like jasper; consisting of jasper, or partaking of jasper.
||J`ASPONYX, n. The purest horn-colored onyx, with beautiful green zones, composed of genuine matter ...
||JAUNCE, v.i. To bustle; to jaunt.
||JAUNDICE, n. j`andis. A disease which is characterized by a suffusion of bile over the coats of ...
||JAUNDICED, a. j`andised. Affected with the jaundice; suffused with a yellow color; as a jaundiced ...
||JAUNT. [See Jant.]
||JAV'EL, v.t. To bemire. [Not in use.]
||JAV'ELIN, , n. A sort of spear about five feet and a half long, the shaft of which was of wood, ...
||JAW, n.1. The bones of the mouth in which the teeth are fixed. They resemble a horse shoe. In ...
||JAW'ED, a. Denoting the appearance of the jaws.
||JAW'FALL, n. [jaw and fall.] Depression of the jaw; figuratively, depression of spirits.
||JAW'FALLEN, a. Depressed in spirits; dejected.
||JAWN, v.i. To yawn. [Not in use. See Yawn.]
||JAW'Y, a. Relating to the jaws.
||JAY, n. A bird, the Corvus glandarius.
||JAYET. [See Jet.]
||JA'ZEL, n. A gem of an azure blue color.
||JEALOUS, a. jel'us.1. Suspicious; apprehensive of rivalship; uneasy through fear that another has ...
||JEALOUSLY, adv. jel'usly. With jealousy or suspicion; emulously; with suspicious fear, vigilance ...
||JEALOUSNESS, n. jel'usness. The state of being jealous; suspicion; suspicious vigilance.
||JEALOUSY, n. jel'usy.1. That passion of peculiar uneasiness which arises from the fear that a ...
||JEARS, n. In sea-language, an assemblage of tackles by which the lower yards of a ship are hoisted ...
||JEAT, n. A fossil of a fine black color. [See Jet.]
||JEE. A word used by teamsters, directing their teams to pass further to the right, or from the ...
||JEER, v.i. To utter severe, sarcastic reflections; to scoff; to deride; to flout; to make a mock ...
||JEE'RED, pp. Railed at; derided.
||JEE'RER, n. A scoffer; a railer; a scorner; a mocker.
||JEE'RING, ppr. Scoffing; mocking; deriding.JEE'RING, n. Derision.
||JEE'RINGLY, adv. With raillery; scornfully; contemptuously; in mockery.
||JEF'FERSONITE, n. A mineral occurring in crystalline masses, of a dark olive green color passing ...
||JEG'GET n. A kind of sausage. [Not in use.]
||JEHO'VAH, n. The Scripture name of the Supreme Being. If, as is supposed, this name is from the ...
||JEHO'VIST, n. Among critics, one who maintains that the vowel-points annexed to the word Jehovah ...
||JEJU'NE, a. [L. jejunus, empty, dry.]1. Wanting; empty; vacant.2. Hungry; not saturated.3. Dry; ...
||JEJU'NENESS, n. Poverty, barrenness; particularly, want of interesting matter; a deficiency of ...
||JEL'LIED, a. [See Jelly and Gelly.] Brought to the consistence of jelly.
||JEL'LY, n. [L. gelo, to congeal. See Gelly.]1. The inspissated juice of fruit, boiled with ...
||JEL'LYBAG, n. A bag through which jelly is distilled.
||JEN'ITE, n. A different orthography of yenite, which see.
||JEN'NET, n. A small Spanish horse, properly genet.
||JEN'NETING, n. [said to be corrupted from juneting, an apple ripe in June, or at St. Jean.] A ...
||JEN'NY, n. A machine for spinning, moved by water or steam and used in manufactories.
||JENT'LING, n. A fish, the blue chub, found in the Danube.
||JEOFAIL, n. jef'fail. An oversight in pleading or other proceeding at law; or the acknowledgment ...
||JEOPARD, v.t. jep'ard. [See Jeopardy.] To hazard; to put in danger; to expose to loss or injury. ...
||JEOPARDER, n. jep'arder. One who puts to hazard.
||JEOPARDIZE, v.t. jep'ardize. To expose to loss or injury; to jeopard. [This is a modern word, used ...
||JEOPARDOUS, a jep'ardous. Exposed to danger; perilous; hazardous.
||JEOPARDOUSLY, adv. jep'ardously. With risk or danger.
||JEOPARDY, n. jep'ardy. Exposure to death, loss or injury; hazard; danger; peril. They were filled ...
||JER'BOA, n. A quadruped having very short fore legs.
||JERK, v.t. [This is probably the Ch.Heb. to reach, to spit, that is, to throw out with a sudden ...
||JERK'IN, n. A jacket; a short coat; a close waistcoat.1. A kind of hawk.
||JER'SEY, n. [from the island so called.]1. Fine yarn of wool.2. The finest of wool separated from ...
||JESS, n. Short straps of leather tied round the legs of a hawk, by which she is held on the ...
||JES'SAMIN, n. A genus of plants and their flowers. [See Jasmin.]
||JES'SE, n. A large brass candlestick branched into many sconces, hanging down in the middle of a ...
||JESS'ED, a. Having jesses on; a term in heraldry.
||JEST, n. [L. gestio.]1. A joke; something ludicrous uttered and meant only to excite laughter. ...
||JEST'ER, n. A person given to jesting, sportive talk and merry pranks. --He rambled up and down ...
||JEST'ING-STOCK, n. A laughing stock; a butt of ridicule.
||JEST'ING, ppr. Joking; talking for diversion or merriment.JEST'ING, n. A joking; concise wit; wit ...
||JEST'INGLY, adv. In a jocose manner; not in earnest.
||JES'UIT, n. s as z. One of the society of Jesus, so called, founded by Ignatius Loyola; a society ...
||JES'UITED, a. Conforming to the principles of the Jesuits.
||JES'UITESS, n. A female Jesuit in principle.
||JESUIT'ICAL, a. Pertaining to the Jesuits or their principles and arts.1. Designing; cunning; ...
||JESUIT'ICALLY, adv. Craftily.
||JES'UITISM, n. The arts, principles and practices of the Jesuits.1. Cunning, deceit; hypocrisy; ...
||JET, n. [L. gagates.] A solid, dry, black,inflammable fossil substance, harder than asphalt, ...
||JETTEAU, n. jet'to. A throw or spout of water.
||JET'TEE, n. A projection in a building.
||JET'TISON, n. In law and commerce, properly, the throwing of goods overboard in order to lighten a ...
||JET'TY, v.i. To jut.JET'TY, n. A small pier or projection into a river for narrowing it and ...
||JET'TYHEAD, n. The projecting part of a wharf; the front of a wharf whose side forms one of the ...
||JEW, n. [a contraction of Judas of Judah.] A Hebrew or Israelite.
||JEW'EL-LIKE, a. Brilliant as a jewel.
||JEW'EL-OFFICE, n. The place where the royal ornaments are reposited.
||JEW'EL, n. [Low L. jocale.]1. An ornament worn by ladies,usually consisting of a precious stone, ...
||JEW'ELED, pp. Adorned with jewels.
||JEW'ELER, n. One who makes or deals in jewels and other ornaments.
||JEW'ELING, ppr. Adorning with jewels.
||JEW'ELRY, n. Jewels in general.
||JEW'ESS, n. A Hebrew woman. Acts.24.
||JEW'ISH, a. Pertaining to the Jews or Hebrews. Tit.1.
||JEW'ISHLY, adv. In the manner of the Jews.
||JEW'ISHNESS, n. The rites of the Jews.
||JEW'RY, n. Judea; also, a district inhabited by Jews, whence the name of a street in London.
||JEWS-EAR, n. The name of a species of Fungus, the Peziza auricula, bearing some resemblance to the ...
||JEWS-FRANKINCENSE, n. A plant, a species of Styrax.
||JEWS-HARP, n. [Jew and harp.] An instrument of music shaped like a harp, which, placed between the ...
||JEWS-MALLOW, n. A plant, species of Corchorus.
||JEWS-PITCH, n. Asphaltum, which see.
||JEWS-STONE, n. The clavated spine of a very large egg-shaped sea urchin petrified. It is a ...
||JEZ'EBEL, n. An impudent, daring, vitious woman.
||JIB-BOOM, n. A spar which is run out from the extremity of the bowsprit, and which serves as a ...
||JIB, n. The foremost sail of a ship, being a large stay-sail extended from the outer end of the ...
||JIBOY'A, n. An American serpent of the largest kind.
||JIG, n. A kind of light dance, or a tune or air.1. A ballad.JIG, v.i. To dance a jig.
||JIG'GER, n. In sea-language, a machine consisting of a rope about five feet long, with a block at ...
||JIG'GISH, a. Suitable to a jig.
||JIG'MAKER, n. One who makes or plays jigs.1. A ballad maker.
||JIG'PIN, n. A pin used by miners to hold the turn-beams, and prevent them from turning.
||JILL, n. A young woman; in contempt. [See Gill.]
||JILT, n. [of uncertain etymology.] A woman who gives her lover hopes and capriciously disappoints ...
||JIM'MERS, n. Jointed hinges.
||JIN'GLE, v.i.1. To make a sharp clattering sound; to ring as a little bell, or as small pieces of ...
||JIN'GLING, ppr. Giving a sharp fine rattling sound, as a little bell or as pieces of metal.
||JIP'PO, n. A waistcoat or kind of stays for females.
||JOB, n. [of unknown origin, but perhaps allied to chop, primarily to strike or drive.]1. A piece ...
||JOB'BER, n. One who does small jobs.1. A dealer in the public stocks or funds; usually called a ...
||JOB'BERNOWL, n. A loggerhead; a blockhead. [A low word.]
||JOB'S-TEARS, n. A plant of the genus Coix.
||JOCK'EY, n. [said to be from Jackey, a diminutive of Jack, John; primarily, a boy that rides ...
||JOCK'EYSHIP, n. The art or practice of riding horses.
||JOCO-SE'RIOUS, a. Partaking of mirth and seriousness.
||JOCO'SE, a. [L. jocosus, from jocus, a joke.]1. Given to jokes and jesting; merry; waggish; used ...
||JOCO'SELY, adv. In jest; for sport or game; waggishly.
||JOCO'SENESS, n. The quality of being jocose; waggery; merriment. [Jocosity is not used.]
||JOC'ULAR, a. [L. jocularis, from jocus, a joke.]1. Jocose; waggish; merry; given to jesting; used ...
||JOCULAR'ITY, n. Merriment; jesting.
||JOC'ULARLY, adv. In jest; for sport or mirth.
||JOC'ULARY, a. Jocular. [Not in use.]
||JOC'ULATOR, n. [L.] A jester; a droll; a minstrel.
||JOC'ULATORY, a. Droll; merrily said.
||JOC'UND, a. [L. jocundus, from jocus, a joke.]Merry; gay; airy; lively; sportive. Rural sports and ...
||JOC'UNDLY, adv. Merrily; gayly.
||JOC'UNDNESS, n. State of being merry; gayety.
||JOG, v.t. [Eng. shock, shake.] To push or shake with the elbow or hand; to give notice or excite ...
||JOG'GER, n. One who walks or moves heavily and slowly.1. One who gives a sudden push.
||JOG'GING, ppr. Pushing slightly.JOG'GING, n. A slight push or shake.
||JOG'GLE, v.t. [from jog.] To shake slightly; to give a sudden but slight push.
||JOG'GLED, pp. Slightly shaken.
||JOG'GLING, ppr. Shaking slightly.
||JOHAN'NES, n. [John, latinized.] A Portuguese gold coin of the value of eight dollars; contracted ...
||JOHN'APPLE, n. A sort of apple, good for spring use, when other fruit is spent.
||JOIN, v.t. [L. jungo, jungere; jungo for jugo, jugum; Eng. yoke;Gr. a yoke, and a pair, to join.]1. ...
||JOIN'DER, n. A joining; as a joinder in demurrer.
||JOIN'ED, pp. Added; united; set or fastened together; associated; confederated.
||JOIN'ER, n. One whose occupation is to construct things by joining pieces of wood; but ...
||JOIN'ERY, n. The art of fitting and joining pieces of timber in the construction of utensils or ...
||JOIN'HAND, n. Writing in which letters are joined in words; as distinguished from writing in ...
||JOIN'ING, ppr. Adding; making contiguous; uniting; confederating.
||JOINT'-HEIR, n. [joint and heir.] A heir having a joint interest with another. Rom.8.
||JOINT-TEN'ANCY, n. [joint and tenant.] A tenure of estate by unity of interest, title, time and ...
||JOINT-TEN'ANT, n. [joint and tenant.] One who holds an estate by joint-tenancy.
||JOINT, n. [L. junctura. See Join.]1. The joining of two or more things.2. In anatomy, the ...
||JOINT'ED, pp. Formed with articulations, as the stem of a plant.1. Separated into joints or ...
||JOINT'ER, n. A long plane, a joiner's utensil.
||JOINT'LY, adv. Together; unitedly; in concert; with cooperation.1. With union of interest; as, to ...
||JOINT'RESS, n. A woman who has a jointure.
||JOINT'STOOL, n. A stool consisting of parts inserted in each other.
||JOINT'URE, n. An estate in lands or tenements, settled on a woman in consideration of marriage, ...
||JOINT'URED, pp. Endowed with a jointure.
||JOIST, n. A small piece of timber, such as is framed into the girders and summers of a building to ...
||JOKE, n. [L. jocus.]1. A jest; something said for the sake of exciting a laugh; something witty or ...
||JO'KER, n. A jester; a merry fellow.
||JO'KING, ppr. Jesting; making merry with.
||JOLE, n. [sometimes written jowl.]1. The cheek; used in the phrase, cheek by jole, that is, with ...
||JOL'LILY, adv. [See Jolly.] With noisy mirth; with a disposition to noisy mirth.
||JOL'LIMENT, n. Mirth; merriment.
||JOL'LITY, n. [from jolly.] Noisy mirth; gayety; merriment; festivity. All was now turned to ...
||JOL'LY-BOAT, n. A small boat belonging to a ship.
||JOL'LY, a.1. Merry; gay; lively; full of life and mirth; jovial. It expresses more life and noise ...
||JOLT, v.i. To shake with short abrupt risings and fallings; as a carriage moving on rough ground. ...
||JOLTER, n. He or that which jolts.
||JOLTHEAD, n. A greathead; a dunce; a blockhead.
||JOLTING, ppr. Giving sudden jerks or shakes.
||JON'QUIL, n. [L. juncus, a rush.] A plant of the genus Narcissus or daffodil, bearing beautiful ...
||JOR'DEN, n. A vessel for chamber uses.
||JO'SO, n. A small fish of the gudgeon kind.
||JOS'TLE, v.t. jos'l. To run against; to push.
||JOS'TLED, pp. Run against; pushed. We say, a thing is jostled out of its place.
||JOS'TLING, ppr. Running against; pushing.JOS'TLING, n. A running against; a crowding.
||JOT, n. [ Heb. yod.] An iota; a point; a tittle; the least quantity assignable. Till heaven and ...
||JOT'TING, n. A memorandum.
||JOUIS'SANCE, n. Jollity; merriment. [Not in use.]
||JOURNAL, n. jur'nal. [L. diurnum. This was originally an adjective, signifying daily, as in ...
||JOURNALIST, n. jur'nalist. The writer of a journal or diary.
||JOURNALIZE, v.t. jur'nalize. To enter in a journal.
||JOUR'NEY-WORK, n. Work done for hire by a mechanic in his proper occupation. [This word is never ...
||JOURNEY, n. jur'ny. [L. diurnus, dies.]1. The travel of a day.2. Travel by land to any distance ...
||JOUR'NEYING, ppr. Traveling; passing from place to place.JOUR'NEYING, n. A traveling or passing ...
||JOUR'NEYMAN, n. [jounrey and man.] Strictly, a man hired to work by the day,but in fact, any ...
||JOUST. [See Just.]
||JOVE, n. [L. Jovis.]1. The name of the Supreme Deity among the Romans.2. The planet jupiter. Or ...
||JO'VIAL, a. [from Jove, supra.] Under the influence of Jupiter, the planet. --The fixed stars ...
||JO'VIALIST, n. One who lives a jovial life.
||JO'VIALLY, adv. Merrily; gayly; with noisy mirth.
||JO'VIALNESS, n. Noisy mirth; gayety.
||JOWL, n. The cheek. [See Jole.]
||JOWL'ER, n. The name of a hunting dog, beagle or other dog.
||JOW'TER, n. A fish driver.
||JOY, n.1. The passion or emotion excited by the acquisition or expectation of good; that ...
||JOY'ANCE, n. Gayety; festivity.
||JOY'ED, pp. Gladdened; enjoyed.
||JOY'FUL, a. Full of joy; very glad; exulting. My soul shall be joyful in my God. Is.61.Rarely, it ...
||JOY'FULLY, adv. With joy; gladly. Never did men more joyfully obey.
||JOY'FULNESS, n. Great gladness; joy. Deut.28.
||JOY'LESS, a. Destitute of joy; wanting joy. With downcast eyes the joyless victor sat.Rarely ...
||JOY'LESSLY, adv. Without joy.
||JOY'LESSNESS, n. State of being joyless.
||JOY'OUS, a. Glad; gay; merry; joyful. Joyous the birds; fresh gales and gentle airs Whispered ...
||JOY'OUSLY, adv. With joy or gladness.
||JOY'OUSNESS, n. The state of being joyous.
||JUB, n. A bottle or vessel.
||JU'BILANT, a. [L. jubilans. See Jubilee.] Uttering songs of triumph; rejoicing; shouting with joy. ...
||JUBILA'TION, n. [L. jubilatio. See Jubilee.]The act of declaring triumph.
||JU'BILEE, n. [L. jubilum, from jubilo, to shout for joy; Heb. the blast of a trumpet, coinciding ...
||JUCUND'ITY, n. [L. jucunditas, from jucundus, sweet, pleasant.Pleasantness; agreeableness. [Little ...
||JUDA'ICAL, a. Pertaining to the Jews.
||JUDA'ICALLY, adv. After the Jewish manner.
||JU'DAISM, n.1. The religious doctrines and rites of the Jews, as enjoinedin the laws of Moses. ...
||JU'DAIZE, v.i. To conform to the religious doctrines and rites of the Jews. They--prevailed on the ...
||JU'DAIZER, n. One who conforms to the religion of the Jews.
||JU'DAIZING, ppr. Conforming to the doctrines and rites of the Jews.
||JU'DAS-TREE, n. A plant of the genus Cercis.
||JUD'DOCK, n. A small snipe, called also Jack-snipe.
||JUDGE, n. [L. judex, supposed to be compounded of jus, law or right, and dico, to pronounce.]1. A ...
||JUDG'ED, pp. Heard and determined; tried judicially; sentenced; censured; doomed.
||JUDG'ER, n. One who judges or passes sentence.
||JUDGESHIP, n. judj'ship. The office of a judge.
||JUDG'ING, ppr. Hearing and determining; forming an opinion; dooming.
||JUDG'MENT-DAY, n. The last day, or day when final judgment will be pronounced on the subjects of ...
||JUDG'MENT-HALL, n. The hall where courts are held.
||JUDG'MENT-SEAT, n. The seat or bench on which judges sit in court.1. A court; a tribunal. We ...
||JUDG'MENT, n. The act of judging; the act or process of the mind in comparing its ideas, to find ...
||JU'DICATIVE, a. Having power to judge.
||JU'DICATORY, a. Dispensing justice.JU'DICATORY, n. [L. judicatorium.] A court of justice; a ...
||JU'DICATURE, n. The power of distributing justice by legal trial and determination. A court of ...
||JUDI'CIALLY, adv. In the forms of legal justice; as a sentence judicially declared.1. By way of ...
||JUDI'CIARY n. [L. judiciarius.]1. Passing judgment or sentence.2. Pertaining to the courts of ...
||JUDI'CIOUS, a.1. According to sound judgment; wise; prudent; rational; adapted to obtain a good ...
||JUDI'CIOUSLY, adv. With good judgment; with discretion or wisdom; skillfully. Longinus has ...
||JUDI'CIOUSNESS, n. The quality of acting or being according to sound judgment.
||JUG, n. [Low L. caucus.] A vessel,usually earthen, with a swelling belly and narrow mouth, used ...
||JUG'GLE, v.i. [L. joculor, to jest, from jocus, a joke; jocor, to joke;]1. To play tricks by ...
||JUG'GLER, n.1. One who practices or exhibits tricks by slight of hand; one who makes sport by ...
||JUG'GLING, ppr. Playing tricks by slight of hand; deceiving.JUG'GLING, n. The act or practice of ...
||JUG'GLINGLY, adv. In a deceptive manner.
||JU'GULAR, a. [L. jugulum, the neck, either from jugum, a yoke, or from its radical sense, to ...
||JUICELESS, a. ju'seless. Destitute of juice; dry; without moisture.
||JUICINESS, n. ju'siness. The state of abounding with juice; succulence in plants.
||JUICY, a. ju'sy. Abounding with juice; moist; succulent.
||JUISE, n. [L. jus.] Judgment; justice.
||JU'JUBE, n. [L. zizyphum.] The name of a plant and of its fruit, which is pulpy and resembles a ...
||JUKE, v.i. To perch. [Not used.]
||JU'LEP, n. In pharmacy, a medicine composed of some proper liquor and a sirup of sugar, of ...
||JU'LIAN, a. Noting the old account of the year, as regulated by Julius Caesar, which continued to ...
||JU'LIS, n. A small fish with a green back.
||JU'LUS, n. [Gr. a handful or bundle.]1. In botany, a catkin or ament, a species of calyx or ...
||JULY-FLOWER, n. The name of certain species of plants. The clove July-flower is of the genus ...
||JULY', n. The seventh month of the year, during which the sun enters the sign Leo. It is so ...
||JU'MART, n. The offspring of a bull and a mare.
||JUM'BLE, v.t. To mix in a confused mass; to put or throw together without order. It is often ...
||JUM'BLED, pp. Mixed or collected in a confused mass.
||JUM'BLEMENT, n. Confused mixture. [Not in use.]
||JUM'BLER, a. One who mixes things in confusion.
||JUM'BLING, ppr. Putting or mixing in a confused mass.
||JU'MENT, n. [L. jumentum, a beast.] A beast of burden. [Not used.]
||JUMP, v.i.1. To leap; to skip; to spring. Applied to men, it signifies to spring upwards or ...
||JUMP'ER, n. One who jumps.
||JUMP'ING, ppr. Leaping; springing; bounding.
||JUNC'ATE, n. [L. juncus, a rush.]1. A cheese-cake; a kind of sweetmeat of curds and sugar.2. Any ...
||JUNC'OUS, a. [L. junceus or juncosus, from juncus, a rush.]Full of bulrushes. [Little used.]
||JUNC'TION, n. [L. junctio, from jungo, to join.]1. The act or operation of joining; as the ...
||JUNC'TURE, n. [L. junctura; jungo, to join.]1. A joining; union; amity; as the juncture of ...
||JUNE, n. [L. junius.] The sixth month of the year, when the sun enters the sign Cancer.
||JUN'GLE, n. In Hindoostan, a thick wood of small trees or shrubs.
||JUN'GLY, a. Consisting of jungles; abounding with jungles.
||JU'NIOR, a. [L. from juvenis, young; quasi, juvenior.]Younger; not as old as another; as a junior ...
||JUNIOR'ITY, n. The state of being junior.
||JU'NIPER, n. [L. juniperus.] A tree or shrub bearing berries of a bluish color, of a warm, ...
||JUNK, n. [L. juncus.]1. Pieces of old cable or old cordage, used for making points, gaskets, mats, ...
||JUNK'ET, n. [See Juncate.] A sweetmeat.1. A stolen entertainment.JUNK'ET, v.i. To feast in ...
||JUN'TO, n. [L. junctus, joined.]1. Primarily, a select council or assembly, which deliberates in ...
||JU'PITER, n. [L. the air or heavens; Jovis pater.]1. The supreme deity among the Greeks and ...
||JUPPON', n. A short close coat.
||JU'RAT, n. [L. juratus, sworn, from juro, to swear.]In England, a magistrate in some corporations; ...
||JU'RATORY, a. [L. juro, to swear.] Comprising an oath; as juratory caution. [Little used.]
||JURID'ICAL, a. [L. juridicus; jus, juris, law, and dico, to pronounce.]1. Acting in the ...
||JURID'ICALLY, adv. According to forms of law, or proceedings in tribunals of justice; with legal ...
||JURISCON'SULT, n. [L. juris consultus; jus and consultus, consulo, to consult.] Among the Romans, ...
||JURISDIC'TION, n. [L. jurisdictio; jus, juris, law, and dictio, from dico, to pronounce.]1. The ...
||JURISDIC'TIONAL, a. Pertaining to jurisdiction; as jurisdictional rights.
||JURISDIC'TIVE, a. Having jurisdiction.
||JURISPRU'DENCE, n. [L. jurisprudentia; jus, law, and prudentia, science.] The science of law; the ...
||JURISPRU'DENT, a. Understanding law.
||JURISPRUDEN'TIAL, a. Pertaining to jurisprudence.
||JU'RIST, n. [L. jus, juris, law.]1. A man who professes the science of law; one versed in the law, ...
||JU'ROR, n. [L. jurator; or rather juro, to swear.]One that serves on a jury; one sworn to deliver ...
||JU'RY, n. [L. juro, to swear.] A number of freeholders, selected in the manner prescribed by law, ...
||JU'RYMAN, n. One who is empaneled on a jury, or who serves as a juror.
||JU'RYM`AST, n. A mast erected in a ship to supply the place of one carried away in a tempest or an ...
||JUSE, n. juse. The sap of vegetables; the fluid part of animal substances.
||JUST, a. [L. justus. The primary sense is probably straight or close, from the sense of setting, ...
||JUST'ICE, n. [L. justitia, from justus, just.]1. The virtue which consists in giving to every one ...
||JUST'ICEABLE, a. Liable to account in a court of justice. [Little used.]
||JUST'ICER, n. An administrator of justice. [Little used.]
||JUST'ICESHIP, n. The office or dignity of a justice.
||JUSTI'CIAR, n. [L. justiciarius.] An administrator of justice.1. A chief justice.2. One that ...
||JUST'IFIABLE, a. [from justify.] That may be proved to be just; that may be vindicated on ...
||JUST'IFIABLENESS, n. The quality of being justifiable; rectitude; possibility of being defended or ...
||JUST'IFIABLY, adv. In a manner that admits of vindication or justification; rightly.
||JUSTIFICA'TION, n.1. The act of justifying; a showing to be just or conformable to law, rectitude ...
||JUSTIF'ICATIVE, a. Justifying; that has power to justify.
||JUSTIFICA'TOR, n. One who justifies. [Little used.]
||JUST'IFIER, n. One who justifies; one who vindicates,supports or defends.1. He who pardons and ...
||JUST'IFY, v.t. [L. justus, just,and facio, to make.]1. To prove or show to be just, or conformable ...
||JUS'TLE, v.i. jus'l. [See Jostle and Just.] To run against; to encounter; to strike against; to ...
||JUST'LY, adv. [from just.] In conformity to law, justice or propriety; by right. The offender is ...
||JUST'NESS, n. Accuracy; exactness; as the justness of proportions.1. Conformity to truth; as the ...
||JUT-WINDOW, n. A window that projects form the line of a building.
||JUT, v.i. [a different spelling of jet.] To shoot forward; to project beyond the main body; as the ...
||JUT'TING, ppr. Shooting out; projecting.
||JUT'TY, v.i. To jut. [Not used.]JUT'TY, n. A projection in a building; also, a pier or mole.
||JU'VENILE, a. [L. juvenilis, from juvenis, young.]1. Young; youthful; as juvenile years or age.2. ...
||JUVENIL'ITY, n. Youthfulness; youthful age.1. Light and careless manner; the manners or customs ...
||JUXTAPOS'ITED, a. [L. juxta, near, and posited.]Placed near; adjacent or contiguous.
||JUXTAPOSI'TION, n. [L. juxta,near, and position.]A placing or being placed in nearness or ...
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Come and Have a Good Time on a Terrace Enjoying an Amazing View of Barcelona While You Learn How to Make a Delicious, Authentic Spanish Paella! Paella is without question one of Spainís national dishes. One the great things about paella is that you can make it your own by taking the principle of it and adjusting it using your favorite ingredients in season and around you. Come enjoy a fun cooking lesson of this delicious dish with a native chef and take home a very useful new skill to impress your friends! This dish is not difficult to make, despite what you have heard or read. You can join me beforehand to help me prepare the paella or simply arrive and enjoy it once it is ready. It is a fantastic way to socialize, to learn a great recipe that will impress your friends, and most of all, have fun. There is a minimum of 6 people required to book this tour.DINE WITH THE LOCALS: A CULINARY WORKSHOP IN PAELLA WITH MARTA
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