Add the following line to your master page file in the <head> element area under your normal jQuery script tag.
That line wraps the script tag in comments, so the script tag never gets rendered on the client side. Visual Studio sees a valid file, though, and provides intellisense based off the comments in that file. Below is a full example page layout:
<title>Example jQuery Intellisense</title>
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