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jungle fowl any of several tropical birds with combs and wattles, related to the domestic chicken.
jungle gym an outdoor structure of pipes and bars for children to play on.
junior younger (used especially in abbreviated form after the name of a son having the same name as his father). [6 definitions]
junior college an educational institution that offers a two-year program equivalent to the first two years at a four-year college and that confers an associate degree or certificate.
junior featherweight a boxer weighing more than a bantamweight but less than a featherweight, with a maximum weight of 122 pounds.
junior flyweight a boxer in the class below flyweight, with a maximum weight of 108 pounds.
junior high school an intermediate school between elementary and high school, usu. including grades seven, eight, and nine; middle school.
Junior League in the United States, an association of women of high economic and social status who do volunteer work in the local community.
junior lightweight a boxer weighing more than a featherweight but less than a lightweight, with a maximum weight of 130 pounds.
junior middleweight a boxer weighing more than a welterweight and less than a middleweight, with a maximum weight of 154 pounds.
junior miss a young woman in her early or mid-teens. [2 definitions]
junior varsity an athletic team that represents a school, college, or the like at a level below varsity; jayvee.
junior welterweight a boxer weighing more than a lightweight but less than a welterweight, with a maximum weight of 140 pounds.
juniper any of a variety of evergreen shrubs or small trees bearing cones that produce a blue-gray berrylike fruit.
junk1 anything regarded as having little worth; trash. [5 definitions]
junk2 a high-sterned, flat-bottomed boat of Chinese origin, driven by square sails.
junk bond a low-rated, high-yield corporate bond, often issued to finance the takeover of a company.
Junker a member of the militaristic Prussian aristocracy.
junker (informal) an old or severely damaged car or truck.
junket milk curdled with rennet, flavored, and sweetened, usu. eaten as a dessert. [4 definitions]
junk food prepackaged snack food that is low in nutritional value but usu. high in calories.