Definition of Jolted

1. Adjective. Bumped or shaken jerkily. "The jolted passengers"

Similar to: Agitated



2. Adjective. Disturbed psychologically as if by a physical jolt or shock. "The accident left her badly shaken"
Exact synonyms: Shaken
Similar to: Agitated

Definition of Jolted

1. Verb. (past of jolt) ¹

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Definition of Jolted

1. jolt [v] - See also: jolt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jolted

jolly along
jolly boat
jolly boats
jolly someone along
jolly up
jolly well
jollyboat
jollyboats
jollyer
jollyers
jollyhead
jollying
jollyings
jols
jolt
jolted (current term)
jolter
jolters
jolthead
joltheads
joltier
joltiest
joltily
joltiness
jolting
joltingly
joltproof
jolts
jolty
jomo

Literary usage of Jolted

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1. Lachesis Lapponica; Or, A Tour in Lapland, Now First Published from the by Carl von Linné (1811)
"(a, seems to be a bandage or belt, to keep the traveller from being suddenly jolted out of this vehicle, and b is the part to rest the back or head against; ..."

2. The Technical World Magazine (1910)
"... the fact remains that the mechanical arts have never before been so suddenly jolted out of their old routine and sharply twisted into conformity with a ..."

3. Two Hundred and Nine Days: Or, The Journal of a Traveller on the Continent by Thomas Jefferson Hogg (1827)
"We were jolted cruelly over the uneven road, and were guarded, in many places at least, by two dragoons, who rode by the side of the carriage ; in going to ..."

4. Canadian Poets by John William Garvin (1916)
"It had jolted the slow, wobbling ox-cart of the pioneer; jolted the lumber waggons, democrats, buggies, sulkies; jolted the ..."

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