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jolts, 3rd person singular present; jolting, present participle; jolted, past tense; jolted, past participle;
  1. Push or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughly
    • - a surge in the crowd behind him jolted him forward
  2. Give a surprise or shock to (someone) in order to make them act or change
    • - she tried to jolt him out of his depression
  3. Move with sudden lurches
    • - the train jolted into motion
  1. An abrupt rough or violent movement

  2. A surprise or shock, esp. of an unpleasant kind and often manifested physically
    • - that information gave her a severe jolt

  1. a sudden jarring impact; "the door closed with a jolt"; "all the jars and jolts were smoothed out by the shock absorbers"
  2. move or cause to move with a sudden jerky motion
  3. disturb (someone's) composure; "The audience was jolted by the play"
  4. jerk: an abrupt spasmodic movement
  5. (jolted) bumped or shaken jerkily; "the jolted passengers"
  6. (jolted) disturbed psychologically as if by a physical jolt or shock; "retrieved his named from her jolted memory"; "the accident left her badly shaken"
  7. (jolting) rough: causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements; "a rough ride"
  8. Jolt (Helen "Hallie" Takahama) is a fictional character, a superheroine in the Marvel Universe and a member of the Thunderbolts and Young Allies.
  9. The Jolt were a Scottish band formed in Glasgow in 1976.
  10. (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.
  11. 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 ...
  12. (Jolting) The effect caused by harsh clutch release. The car body jerks repeatedly in a longitudinal direction
  13. (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.
  14. (Jolts) a term used by the commercial television industry to refer to moments of excitement generated by visual and/or aural techniques.
  15. A sudden jarring or jerking, as from a heavy blow or an abrupt movement.
  16. 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.
  17. 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. ...
  18. A long sentence, as "I got a life jolt." Oppose to "bit."
  19. Java Online Transaction.
  20. (v) : to shake jerkily
  21. the rate of change of acceleration or rate of onset of accelerative forces.