Top 70 Popular Adjectives That Start with J with ESL Infographic

Adjectives that Start with J! In this lesson, you will learn a list of commonly used adjectives starting with J in English with ESL pictures to help you master your English vocabulary.

An adjective is a word that gives instant information about a noun to make a clear picture of the noun in the mind of the reader and create a feeling to the writer.

Adjectives That Start With J

The list below is an excellent starting point for building up vocabulary to converse fluently in English. Let’s take a look at 70 popular adjectives being used in daily conversation:

  1. Jealous
  2. Jazzy
  3. Jacobean
  4. Jain
  5. Jarring
  6. Jacobinic
  7. Jagged
  8. Jaundiced
  9. Jawed
  10. Jaggy
  11. Jaunty
  12. Jealous
  13. Jerkwater
  14. Jewish
  15. Jejune
  16. Jingoistic
  17. Jittering
  18. Jobless
  19. Jolly
  20. Jordanian
  21. Jowly
  22. Joint
  23. Joyful
  24. Jocular
  25. Jovial
  26. Joyless
  27. Jocund
  28. Joking
  29. Jolty
  30. Jovian
  31. Joyous
  32. Jubilant
  33. Judicable
  34. Juiceless
  35. Jumbo
  36. Jurassic
  37. Jungly
  38. Jurisprudential
  39. Justificative
  40. Juvenile
  41. Judaic
  42. Judicial
  43. Juicy
  44. Jumentous
  45. Junior
  46. Juridic
  47. Juristic
  48. Justificatory
  49. Juxtaposed
  50. Judaical
  51. Judicious
  52. Julian
  53. Jumpy
  54. Junoesque
  55. Juridical
  56. Justified
  57. Judgmental
  58. Jugular
  59. Jumbled
  60. Jungian
  61. Jural
  62. Jurisdictional
  63. Justifiable
  64. Jutting
  65. Junliant
  66. Jamaican
  67. Joined
  68. Jocose
  69. Jacksonian
  70. Japanese

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Adjectives That Start with J

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Many of these adjectives are extremely rarely used. Some of them are not known even by well-educated first language speakers.