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jolt

Regional drug slang 
noun A strong reaction to a drug or abuse substance.
 
verb To inject a drug.
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A New Age young woman with a plan to capitalize somehow on the mystical and semimystical in this world, Katy brazenly saunters into Bland's neat little life with a song and a dance that he joltingly leaps out of character to buy into.
Prince and Lee have gone deliberately, joltingly old-fashioned: the scenery is moved by the African-American actors who play stevedores.
Unlike her previous book, The Woman Beneath the Skin: A Doctor's Patients in Eighteenth-Century Germany (Harvard University Press, 1991), an excellent study of women's bodies and their historical treatment through the analysis of one physician's casebooks, Disembodying Women moves joltingly through a variety of ways of thinking about pregnancy and fetuses.
It would take the better part of a century for Americans to learn the joltingly painful lesson that experts did, after all, have their own dangerous limitations.
Three Scottish film-makers provide a joltingly refreshing antidote to the gooey sentimentality of Richard Curtis.
Recording quality on this remastering of originals dating from 1989 is occasionally shrill, occasionally oppressive and the clarinets are given a joltingly woody sound during the finale of K488.