jolts, 3rd person singular present; jolting, present participle; jolted, past tense; jolted, past participle;
Push or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughly
a surge in the crowd behind him jolted him forward
Give a surprise or shock to (someone) in order to make them act or change
she tried to jolt him out of his depression
Move with sudden lurches
the train jolted into motion
An abrupt rough or violent movement
A surprise or shock, esp. of an unpleasant kind and often manifested physically
that information gave her a severe jolt
a sudden jarring impact; "the door closed with a jolt"; "all the jars and jolts were smoothed out by the shock absorbers"
move or cause to move with a sudden jerky motion
disturb (someone's) composure; "The audience was jolted by the play"
jerk: an abrupt spasmodic movement
(jolted) bumped or shaken jerkily; "the jolted passengers"
(jolted) disturbed psychologically as if by a physical jolt or shock; "retrieved his named from her jolted memory"; "the accident left her badly shaken"
(jolting) rough: causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements; "a rough ride"
Jolt (Helen "Hallie" Takahama) is a fictional character, a superheroine in the Marvel Universe and a member of the Thunderbolts and Young Allies.
The Jolt were a Scottish band formed in Glasgow in 1976.
(The Jolts) The Jolts are a Canadian punk rock group formed in Vancouver, BC in 2004 with a focus on playing relentless high-energy classic 1970s style punk rock.
An act of jolting; A surprise or shock; a prison sentence; a narcotic injection; To push or shake abruptly and roughly; To knock sharply; to deal a blow to; To shock (someone) into taking action or being alert; as, to jolt someone out of complacency; To shock emotionally; To shake; to ...
(Jolting) The effect caused by harsh clutch release. The car body jerks repeatedly in a longitudinal direction
(Jolts) Moments in a media text that are generated by a broad comedy, a violent act, movement within a frame, a loud noise, rapid editing, a profanity or a sexually explicit representation, all of which are calculated to engage an audience's excitement.
(Jolts) a term used by the commercial television industry to refer to moments of excitement generated by visual and/or aural techniques.
A sudden jarring or jerking, as from a heavy blow or an abrupt movement.
An enemy hit by this character?s attack is stunned (see that entry). That enemy can avoid this effect with a save of 11. Huge or larger characters ignore this effect.
Being sentenced to penitentiary or to hard labor on a chain gang. (Term with two different origins: 1. Getting caught and sentenced to prison was like getting a “jolt” from an electric wire, and it was very shocking. ...
A long sentence, as "I got a life jolt." Oppose to "bit."
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(v) : to shake jerkily
the rate of change of acceleration or rate of onset of accelerative forces.