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juice the natural fluid contents of any plant or animal tissue; liquid extracted from a ripe fruit for drinking. [3 definitions]
juiced (slang) drunk.
juicehead (slang) a heavy drinker; alcoholic.
juiceless combined form of juice.
juicer a device or appliance used for extracting juice from fruits or vegetables. [2 definitions]
juice up (informal) to give more power, vitality, or interest value to.
juicy having a great amount of juice; succulent. [2 definitions]
jujitsu a Japanese form of unarmed self-defense in which one uses one's opponent's weight and strength against him or her. (Cf. judo, karate.)
juju a fetish, amulet, or talisman, used by certain West African tribes; magic charm. [2 definitions]
jujube any of a variety of spiny semitropical trees that bear yellow flowers and edible plumlike fruits, or the fruit of this tree used for food. [2 definitions]
jukebox a coin-operated phonograph containing a variety of records that play automatically when selected by push buttons.
julep an iced drink made with bourbon and sugar and flavored with mint; mint julep. [2 definitions]
Julian calendar the calendar introduced by Julius Caesar in 46 B.C., in which the year had 365 days and twelve months. (See Gregorian calendar.)
julienne of food, cut into long thin strips. [3 definitions]
Juliet in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, a girl whose love for Romeo, a youth from an enemy family, ends in both their deaths.
Julius Caesar a Roman general and statesman, and dictator of Rome from 49 to 44 B.C. (b.100 B.C.?--d.44 B.C.).
July the seventh month of the Gregorian calendar year, having thirty-one days.
jumble to put or throw together in a confused heap. [6 definitions]
jumbled in a state of confusion or disorder; muddled; mixed-up.
jumbo (informal) something that is very large. [2 definitions]
jumbo jet a large airplane capable of carrying a great number of passengers, used especially on flights that cross continents or oceans.