Jolt synonyms

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A container made of glass, stone, earthenware, etc., usually cylindrical, with a large opening and no spout: some jars have handles
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A sudden increase:
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A violent collision, impact, or explosion, or the force or movement resulting from this:
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A place or time of beginning:
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An injury to a soft structure, especially the brain, produced by a violent blow or impact and followed by a temporary, sometimes prolonged, loss of function. A concussion of the brain results in transient loss of consciousness or memory.
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To provide with a floor.
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To hit with force
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To move by shoving, bumping, or jerking; jar:
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To vie with for an advantage or position:
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To strike a sharp audible blow or series of blows, as on a door.
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A relatively hard, naturally occurring mineral material. Rock can consist of a single mineral or of several minerals that are either tightly compacted or held together by a cementlike mineral matrix. The three main types of rock are igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.
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To shake hands:
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To cause to make a quick involuntary movement or start.
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To cause electricity to pass through; to affect by electricity; to give an electric shock to.
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(Slang) Mental depression after drug-taking.
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The shock, vibration, etc. resulting from this
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A violent breaking of something or the noise made by such breaking:
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Severe bodily injury, as from a gunshot wound or a motor vehicle accident.
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an abrupt spasmodic movement
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The act of checking a horse quickly with a single strong pull of the reins.
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A bounce or jolt
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An abrupt rolling or pitching.
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A beverage of fruit juices and sometimes a soft drink or carbonated water, often spiced and mixed with a wine or liquor base.
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