jolt


jolt
1. verb
1)

the train jolted the passengers to one side

Syn:
push, thrust, jar, bump, knock, bang, shake, jog
2)

the car jolted along

Syn:
bump, bounce, jerk, rattle, lurch, shudder, judder
3)

she was jolted out of her reverie

Syn:
startle, surprise, shock, stun, shake; informal rock, knock sideways
2. noun
1)

a series of sickening jolts

Syn:
bump, bounce, shake, jerk, lurch
2)

he woke up with a jolt

Syn:
start, jerk, jump
3)

the sight of the dagger gave him a jolt

Syn:
fright, shock, scare, surprise; informal turn

Synonyms and antonyms dictionary. 2014.

Synonyms:
(as a wagon by passing over rough ground), (as a wagon when passing over rough ground), ,


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