List of Adverbs Starting with J with examples
|Adverbs Starting with J||Examples Sentences|
|joyfully||The teacher joyfully told the students that their performance was excellent.|
|jointly||An older woman and her granddaughter jointly fell prey to the criminals.|
|jubilantly||He jubilantly shared the good news with the whole family.|
|jaggedly||We both noticed the unique jaggedly pattern of swirls in the marble flooring at the museum but then looked away from it.|
|judiciously||Judiciously, the board decided to pay the company an advance.|
The child skips judiciously toward the playground.
|jokingly||John jokingly said he would never let her borrow his car again.|
Don’t tease your kids about their grades so jokingly that you shock them.
|jarringly||The small auditorium is brilliantly lit by a row of large wall lights which hang jarringly in front of the seating.|
|justly||Measurements are justly represented across both axes.|
The city justly boasts of its fine arts museum.
My grandmother is now justly promoted to vice president for customer service for the region of east Africa.
|jealously||Her mother jealously guarded Jody. Her brothers were never allowed to play with Jody when she was younger.|
|Juicily||Juicily tomatoes are perfect for you because every bite contains lycopene and vitamin C.|
|Jumpily||Jumpily, he ran from terrace to terrace.|
|just||I was just wondering whether you have already cleaned your room.|
I wouldn’t have been able to find that store if you hadn’t just told
|Just as||Just as the situation became critical, I put a competing proposal on the table.|
Just as I was heading to the airport, it started to drizzle.
|jurisprudentially||It was jurisprudentially unconstitutional to deny him the right to an appeal.|
The company has warned all jurisprudentially vulnerable clients of a potential decline in interest rates during or after the global economic recovery period.
|juristically||The property developer is entering the Queensland market, claiming their juristically packaged design will set them ahead of the competition by 20%.|
As juristically correct as it may sound, the accused cannot be sentenced without a formal charge.
- Just as
- Just now
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- Adverb of Frequency
- Adverb of Place
- Adverb of Number
- Adverb of Manner
- Adverb of Degree
- Conjunctive Adverb