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JACK 
a mean fellow 
JACK-A-LENT 
a puppet thrown at in Lent 
JACK GUARDANT 
a jack in office 
JADE 
to whip, to treat with contempt 
JAR 
the ticking of a clock 
JAUNCE 
to prance 
JESS 
a strap of leather attached to the talons of a hawk, by which it is held on the 
fist 
JEST 
to tilt in a tournament 

JET 
to strut 
JOURNAL 
daily 
JOVIAL 
merrily, appertaining to Jove 
JUDICIOUS 
critical 
JUMP 
to agree to hazard 
JUSTICER 
a judge, magistrate 
JUT 
to encroach 
JUTTY 
a projection, to jut out beyond 
JUVENAL 
youth, young man
William Shakespeare Education - the Elizabethan Alphabet - Differences only 24 letters - Deciphering manuscripts of the era
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