Correct spelling for JAIA AJAJA

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Possible correct spellings for jaia ajaja

  • Jaws
  • Chum-collie-fashion-was everywhere at once, using his brain far more than his flying jaws.

  • Jazz(Definition of jazz)
  • There was a jazz party at the studio of a hospitable girl artist where clavering danced with several of the prettiest young actresses of recent broadway fame until dawn, and drank enough to make him as wild as the rest of the party had it not been for the seasoned apparatus inherited from hard-drinking southern ancestors.

  • Jew(Definition of jew)
  • He sent a jew, who succeeded admirably.

  • Joke(Definition of joke)
  • I meant it for a joke.

  • Juice(Definition of juice)
  • They are what you may call a bitter family; it runs in the blood, that is to say, in the juice of them; and a good many of the members of the family are downright wicked, that is, poisonous.

  • Jaw(Definition of jaw)
  • Git the bit in yore jaw an' pull yore way steady, an' after a while she'll git tired an' quit naggin' you."

  • Jokes
  • So i know that's only one of your jokes, grandfather.

  • Joy(Definition of joy)
  • He took the money, and was full of joy.

  • Jewish(Definition of jewish)
  • He, naturally, was the butt of rival comic papers, who would taunt him with his jewish descent, with the mildness of his jokes and humour, and the bitterness of his false friendship.

  • Juices
  • Its roots wither swiftly and die out, but the sickly yellow stems continue to flourish and spread, drawing their nourishment not from the soil itself, but by strangling and sucking the life juices of the hosts on which it feeds.

  • Juicy(Definition of juicy)
  • At times, however, he tears up a tree to make a meal of its roots-as there are several species with sweet juicy roots, of which the elephant is extremely fond.