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- Problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations or poor interface design.
- A seal
- To modify (weaponry) to disadvantage; especially, to attach and use a tracking device to covertly monitor its location.
- A sudden, often uncontrolled movement, especially of the body.
- A quick, often unpleasant tug or shake.
- A dull or stupid person.
- A person with unlikable or obnoxious qualities and behavior, typically mean, self-centered or disagreeable.
- The rate of change in acceleration with respect to time.
- A soda jerk.
- A lift in which the weight is taken with a quick motion from shoulder height to a position above the head with arms fully extended and held there for a brief time.
- To make a sudden uncontrolled movement.
- To give a quick, often unpleasant tug or shake.
- To masturbate.
- To beat, to hit.
- To throw with a quick and suddenly arrested motion of the hand.
- To lift using a jerk.
- To flout with contempt.
- A rich, spicy Jamaican marinade
- Meat cured by jerking; charqui.
- To cure (meat) by cutting it into strips and drying it, originally in the sun.
- A quick evasive turn.
- To make a quick evasive turn.
- To cause a vehicle to make a quick evasive turn.
- In the games of spoilfive and forty-five, to win the game by taking all five tricks; also, to attempt to win all five tricks, losing what has been already won if unsuccessful.
- in the nature of a joke; jocular
- A nickname for a person whose name is Jack, whose surname is Jackson, or similar.
- A South American striped frog, Pseudis paradoxa, remarkable for having a tadpole larger than the adult form.
- fascinated with objects, events, or experiences which seem ordinary to others.
- Characterized by physical jerking.
- Having the behavior of a jerk
- Lean meat cured and preserved by cutting into thin strips and air-drying in the sun.
- To cure and preserve (meat) by drying it, making jerky.
- A lawn jockey.
- A chimpanzee.
- Really good
- funny or entertaining
- Resembling or characteristic of junk; cheap, worthless, or of low quality.
- A member of a Gujarati-speaking Shiite sect who take the Aga Khan as their religious head.
- A kind of Turkish saber.
- A small hill or mound (especially on the African veld).
- A peasant, especially in pre-revolutionary (imperial) Russia.
- A traditional Malaysian and Indonesian fruit and vegetable salad dish.
- A person from Tajikistan or of Tajik descent.
- The Persian dialect spoken in Tajikistan.
- Of, from, or pertaining to Tajikistan, the Tajik people (living in Tajikistan and Afghanistan) or the Tajiki dialect of Persian.
- A triangular sail on old sailing ships.
- A device, particularly one used in the printing of documents, which propels tiny droplets of ink to the paper.
- An inkjet printer.
- Any of certain wild canids of the genus Canis, native to the tropical Old World and smaller than a wolf.
- A person who performs menial/routine tasks, a dogsbody.
- A person who behaves in an opportunistic way; especially a base collaborator.
- A jack (the playing card.)
- To perform menial or routine tasks
- One who hunts at night using a jacklight
- A piece of clothing worn on the upper body outside a shirt or blouse, often waist length to thigh length.
- A piece of a person's suit, beside trousers and, sometimes, waistcoat; coat
- A removable or replaceable protective or insulating cover for an object (e.g. a book, hot water tank.)
- A police record.
- In ordnance, a strengthening band surrounding and reinforcing the tube in which the charge is fired.
- To enclose or encase in a jacket or other covering.
- A diminutive of the male given name Jack or John.
- A diminutive of the female given name Jacqueline, Jacquelyn
- Stupid person, fool.
- A long pole on two wheels, used in hauling logs.
- Any of a large number of Indian tales concerning the previous lives of
- The bodice of women or vest of men worn in the Ottoman Empire.
- name, either transferred from the surname Jenkins or derived from the medieval given name Jankin, the pet form of Jan
- variant of Jenkins, especially in the south-west of England
- A type of men's garment popular in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: a close-fitting collarless jacket, with or without sleeves.
- A sleeveless jacket, usually leather; a long waistcoat.
- A high wheeled wagon designed to carry lumber suspended under the body of the vehicle.
- A man who perceives himself as straight and is the aggressive top in a relationship between two men, especially in prison.
- Kidding, trying to fool.
- The act of telling or engaging in jokes.
- Inclined to joke; jocular
- a yokel, country bumpkin
- A basket.
- A type of cream cheese, originally made in a rush basket; later, a food made of sweetened curds or rennet.
- A delicacy.
- A feast or banquet.
- A pleasure-trip; a journey made for feasting or enjoyment, now especially a trip made ostensibly for business but which entails merrymaking or entertainment.
- 20-40 table gaming rooms for which the capacity and limits change daily. Junket rooms are often rented out to private vendors who run tour groups through them and give a portion of the proceeds to the main casino.
- To go on or attend a junket.
- A city in Croatia.
- A peacock, a male peafowl, noted for its large and extravagantly coloured tail.
- A person.
- A large city in India, in the state of Gujarat.
- A strong distilled alcoholic beverage made from various fruits, varieties of which (such as slivovitz) are found across the Balkans and the Mediterranean.
- An administrative region under the Ottoman Empire, a subdivision of a vilayet.
- The governor of a sanjak; a sanjakbeg.
- A Persianate Muslim dynasty, of Oghuz Turkic origin, which established both the Great Seljuq Empire and Sultanate of Rum, between the 11th and 14th centuries, in large parts of Southwest Asia and Asia Minor, respectively.
- Of or pertaining to this dynasty, or to the empire/sultanate that it ruled.
- A member of this dynasty.
- The capital of the Republic of Macedonia (the country also known known as the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia).
- Republic of Macedonia, especially in the Greek media.
- The dialect of the Persian language spoken in Central Asia, especially in Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
- The fisher (Martes pennanti).
- Tricky and/or humorous behaviour.
- A European bird of the crow family (Coloeus monedula), often nesting in church towers and ruins.
- A Daurian jackdaw, a closely related Asian bird (Coloeus dauuricus).
- A self-assertive worthless fellow. jackeen in Oxford English Dictionary c. 1900
- amateur, untrained, incompetent
- dishonest, unscrupulous
- A type of drill operated by means of compressed air.
- name, a re-spelling of Jacqueline.
- A member of the pit crew responsible for lifting the car with a jack.
- One wearing a jack; a horse soldier; a retainer.
- A cream cheese.
- A bird, the merganser.
- name transferred from the surname.
- President of the United States (1829–1837).
- singer and entertainer (1958–2009).
- The capital city of the state of Mississippi, USA
- A city in Alabama.
- A city in California.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A city in Kentucky.
- A town in Louisiana.
- A town in Maine.
- A city in Michigan
- A city in Minnesota
- A city in Missouri
- A village in Nebraska.
- A town in New Hampshire.
- A town in New York.
- A town in North Carolina
- A city in Ohio
- A town in Queensland, Australia.
- A town in South Carolina.
- A city in Tennessee
- Any of three towns in Wisconsin.
- A town in Wyoming.
- A 20-dollar banknote.
- The capital city of Indonesia.
- Resembling jam (the sweet spread).
- A form of military punishment which involves being confined to barracks, performing tedious and often pointless tasks, and being subjected to frequent uniform inspections.
- Pleasant; outspoken; honest; genuine; straightforward; generous.
- A small oatmeal loaf.
- A forger of counterfeit or other documents.
- Resembling a jaw or some aspect of one.
- A native or inhabitant of the American state of Kansas.
- Someone associated with the University of Kansas, for example as a student, alum, or sports team member, or as a fan.
- To behave as a jaywalker; to violate pedestrian traffic regulations by crossing a street away from a designated crossing or to walk in the part of the street intended for cars rather than on the sidewalk.
- a patronymic surname of Cornish and in English ("mainly of Devon") origin.
- a city in Kentucky.
- a city in Minnesota.
- A flatterer or sycophant.
- A motion that jerks; a jerk.
- Like a jerk (obnoxious person).
- name, a rare modern spelling variant of Jessica
- Resembling a Jew or some aspect of one, especially the stereotype of a profiteering miser.
- Resembling a jig (dance) or some aspect of one.
- A sort of covered basket used as a pannier or saddle on the back of a camel.
- A kind of dagger used in certain Arabian countries.
- A kind of short sword or dagger used in Russia.
- A spasmodic, nervous system disease brought on by the tetanus bacteria. It causes muscles to seize up and may cause death by suffocation.
- A person; the average or common person; anybody.
- A form of bitumen-rich asphalt found in Barbados and Trinidad.
- Various plants in the genus
- Meticulously neat and precise; prim or finicky.
- A stout whip, especially made of rhinoceros or hippopotamus hide.
- To whip with a sjambok; to horsewhip.
- To steal or commandeer (hijack) an airplane, usually by threat of violence to the passengers.
- A platform that can be raised using a hydraulic scissor lift.
- a V-shaped, or forked, device for pulling off boots.
- to steal
- Difficult or unpleasant to pronounce.
- A pancake.
- A bar made of (though not limited to) rolled oats, butter, golden syrup, and brown sugar, and which is baked in a tray.
- Of a vehicle, aircraft, vessel, computer, etc.: whose control has been seized by force
- Someone who hijacks.
- A white man living outside of a white settlement.
- A trainee station manager or owner, working as a stockman or farm hand; formerly, a young man of independent means working at a station in a supernumerary capacity to gain experience.
- To work as a jackaroo.
- A glossy leather calf-covering military boot, commonly associated with German soldiers of the WWII era
- The spirit that motivates a totalitarian or overly militaristic regime or policy
- Dressed in a jacket (of a specified kind).
- Encased or enclosed inside a jacket (of a specified kind).
- A jack (in any of the senses referring to types of fish).
- To rob or mug (a person).
- A stay (rope, bar or batten), running along a ship's yard, to which is attached the head of a square sail.
- A cable between two ships or from a ship to a fixed point which can be used to support a load during transfer of personnel or materiel along the cable.
- A line (rope, webbing or cable), attached to a boat at the ends, to which a safety harness can be clipped to restrain falling in rough conditions and to prevent falling overboard.
- A line fixed at both ends, which may be used to guide a load or a diver along the route of the line. Uses include guidance to and from the underwater work site, and as a means of controlling an underwater search.
- a rainforest tree of eastern Australia whose bark is dark brown or reddish-brown and often scaly.
- Resembling jade (the precious stone).
- Resembling, or characteristic of, a jail.
- Indicative of quick, rapid movements; jerky.Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed. (1989)
- Characteristic of a jerk, or obnoxious person.
- An outer jacket or jerkin worn by women.
- The female equivalent of a jock.
- Devoid of jokes.
- Marked by joking or jocularity; joky; humorous
- A person who tells jokes; a joker.
- A person who plays practical jokes.
- Jester, court jester.
- In a joking manner.
- A mechanical device consisting of a handgrip mounted on a base or pedestal and typically having one or more buttons, used to control an aircraft, computer or other equipment.
- A penis.
- To manoeuvre by means of a joystick.
- Any of a number of North American fish in the sucker genus
- Someone taking part in a junket or banquet etc; a partygoer.
- A place where rubbish is placed.
- A business that sells used metal or items.
- Resembling jute.
- A type of fish from southern Africa,
- a carnivorous mammal of Central America and South America with a long, prehensile tail, related to the raccoon.
- To cover (a book, etc.) with a new jacket.
- Any of several unrelated fish.
- Several of the genus resembling tuna.
- Katsuwonus pelamis.
- The alewife
- The bonito
- The butterfish
- The jurel
- The leatherjacket, leatherjack (genus
- The runner.
- The saurel.
- The saury.
- The threadfish.
- An upstart.
- An elaterid; a click beetle.
- A shallow sailboat with a rectilinear or V-shaped cross section.
- A type of pancake, or flapjack.
- A simple card game similar to snap.
- Any of several large food and game yellowtail fishes of the genus Seriola, found in warm waters of all oceans.
- An alcoholic drink similar to apple brandy and calvados, made by freeze-distilling ("jacking") apple cider.
- A rebate or chase in masonry left to receive a permanent slab or other filling.
- A peddler, a travelling hawker.
- On a mizzenmast, the lowest sail
- The act of one who hijacks; the seizure of vehicles.
- The instance of such an act; the seizure of a vehicle.
- A spotlight or lamp mounted on a car.
- A jack (mechanical lifting device) which is operated by turning a leadscrew.
- A common mechanical component used to transfer or synchronize rotational force in a machine.
- A wheelless axle used to turn the wheels of a locomotive.
- A low servant; a mean fellow.
- an edible neotropical silverside native to the Pacific coast of North America.
- A smith who makes jacks.
- Lymnocryptes minimus, a migratory small stocky wader, the smallest of the snipes.
- A jack; one of the playing pieces in the game of jacks.
- One of the pieces used for the game variously called jackstraws or pick-up-sticks.
- An insignificant person.
- Resembling a bundle of jackstraws that has been strewn on a surface.
- Of no substance or worth.
- An abolitionist raider in the Kansas-Missouri border skirmishes during the American Civil War.
- Any robber or bandit.
- A person who violates pedestrian traffic regulations by crossing a street away from a designated crossing or who walks on the part of the street intended for vehicles instead of the part designated for pedestrians.
- Resembling or characteristic of jelly.
- The state or quality of being jerky.
- With jerking motions; unsteadily.
- Resembling a jewel or some aspect of one.
- A two-wheeled carriage pulled along by a person.
- The act of one who jockeys.
- The practice or techniques of jockeys; the skill of riding a horse in a race.
- A person who devises jokes.
- Resembling a judge or some aspect of one.
- The principles of the aristocratic party in Prussia.
- A celebratory feast or banquet.
- Any of a number of species of tree or shrub in the genus Brachychiton.
- A peanut tree, native to eastern coastal Australia; a red- or orange-fruited kurrajong.
- Kwajalein atoll.
- Kwajalein island, Kwajalein atoll.
- the governor of a sanjak
- The winter sport of a person being towed on skis, especially by sled dogs
- A person who commits skyjacking, who skyjacks.
- A device for turning a spit by means of a fly or wheel moved by the current of ascending air in a chimney.
- A seaman of a British warship
- An enlisted man in the US Navy.
- One who takes part in buckjumping.
- A fantastical dreaded monster with flaming eyes.
- The foolish or obnoxious behaviour of a jackass.
- Wearing a jackboot or jackboots.
- Without a jacket (coat).
- Without a jacket (book cover).
- A portable percussive power tool that combines a hammer and chisel used to drill or break hard matter, for instance rock or concrete.
- To use a jackhammer.
- One who keeps a jail; a jailer.
- The hipped part of a roof which is hipped only for a part of its height, leaving a truncated gable.
- The art, character, or position, of a jockey; the personality of a jockey.
- A Nilo-Saharan language of Uganda.
- A city in Serbia.
- a person whose work is to fell trees.
- a lumberjacket.
- To work as a lumberjack, cutting down trees.
- A toad of species (or known for its running lizard-like gait and very loud mating call.
- Of or pertaining to Jan Evangelista Purkyně (Johannes Evangelists Purkinje, 1787-1869), Czech anatomist and physiologist, or to his discoveries.
- The kidnapping of the passengers of an airplane by threat of force. The hijacking an airplane, especially in flight.
- Any of various North American vines that have supple stems
- Without joking; not in jest; seriously.
- gang rape of women by men
- One who breaks out of jail.
- Resembling or characteristic of jasmine.
- Very difficult to pronounce.
- Work done by the day.
- Work done by a journeyman at his trade.
- A volcano in Tanzania, the highest peak in Africa at 5,895 meters (19,321 feet).
- A person whose job involves climbing tall structures like steeples.
- A stock-exchange operator who deals only with brokers.
- An unscrupulous stockbroker.
- Name for a number of cities and towns in the United States, including the largest city in Florida.
- an unincorporated community in Jefferson Township, Switzerland County, Indiana
- The condition or quality of being jokesome; jest
- Making markets in equity securities; dealing in stocks and shares.
- A jacket-like garment with very long sleeves which can be secured in place, thus preventing the wearer from moving his or her arms. Often used in psychiatric hospitals to prevent patients from injuring themselves or others.
- A metaphor used to describe a range of situations seen as confining or restricting.
- To put someone into a straitjacket.
- To restrict the freedom of, either physically or psychologically.
- In a way that is very difficult to say or pronounce.
- A Himalayan mountain between Nepal and India, the third highest in the world.
- An inflammation of the cornea and the conjunctiva.
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