J adjectives - Webster's Dictionary
adjectives that start with ja
 jacksonian
of Andrew Jackson
 jacobean
of James I
 jaded
bored
 jagged
pointy
 jaunty
carefree
 jazzy
showy

adjectives that start with je
 jealous
envious
 jeffersonian
relating to Thomas Jefferson
 jerky
irregular
 jewish
of Judaism


adjectives that start with ji
 jittery
nervous

adjectives that start with jo
 jobless
unemployed
 jocose
fond of joking
 jocular
fond of joking
 jocund
jolly
 joint
done together
 jolly
friendly and cheerful
 jovial
cheerful
 joyful
feeling or showing joy
 joyous
expressing joy

adjectives that start with ju
 jubilant
triumphantly joyful
 judicial
relating to judges
 judicious
sensible and wise
 juiciest
succulent
 juicy
succulent
 jumpy
jittery
 junior
relating to youth or childhood
 juridical
relating to law
 just
fair and impartial
 justifiable
able to be justified
 juvenile
youthful