Jolt in a sentence as a noun

How else can they get you to pay so much for water + sugar + a jolt?

I jolt of realness is a precious thing.

I hope they see a renewed jolt of donations and interest.

Except I was worse, in a way: I wasn't getting a jolt to my pleasure centers, I was just watching a meaningless number get higher.

Jolt in a sentence as a verb

I always get a mental jolt when I see a UPS truck turn left because of this "rumor" or perception or whatever it is. I certainly see it, and remember it when it happens because of the idea that they never do turn left.

If you need a quick jolt of adrenaline, you would simply tap a button on your smartphoneIf you can have cyborg flesh implants, I don't think you would bother with a smartphone.

It's always great to get that jolt once in a while.>> "We now, for the first time ever, have the technology and resources necessary to make the world a great place for everyone.

I can go on and on, but if you sit down and jolt down list of things that we do and spend money on, you will realize We are basically addicted to spending moneyWe just keep buying things.

Jolt definitions


a sudden jarring impact; "the door closed with a jolt"; "all the jars and jolts were smoothed out by the shock absorbers"

See also: jounce shock


an abrupt spasmodic movement

See also: jerk jerking saccade


move or cause to move with a sudden jerky motion


disturb (someone's) composure; "The audience was jolted by the play"