What is Jolting?
Jolting definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
verb (used with object)
to jar, shake, or cause to move by or as if by a sudden rough thrust; shake up roughly: The bus jolted its passengers as it went down the rocky road.
to knock sharply so as to dislodge: He jolted the nail free with a stone.
to stun with a blow, especially in boxing.
to shock emotionally or psychologically: His sudden death jolted us all.
to bring to a desired state sharply or abruptly: to jolt a person into awareness.
to make active or alert, as by using an abrupt, sharp, or rough manner: to jolt someone’s memory.
to interfere with or intrude upon, especially in a rough or crude manner; interrupt disturbingly.
verb (used without object)
to move with a sharp jerk or a series of sharp jerks: The car jolted to a halt.
a jolting shock, movement, or blow: The automobile gave a sudden jolt.
an emotional or psychological shock: The news of his arrest gave me quite a jolt.
something that causes such a shock: The news was a jolt to me.
a sudden, unexpected rejection or defeat: Their policy got a rude jolt from the widespread opposition.
Slang. a prison sentence.
Slang. an injection of a narcotic.
a bracing dose of something: a jolt of whiskey; a jolt of fresh air.