professor Maria .O. Formigioni of Brazil maria o. souza forigorioni
A jolt or, a jolt of energy.
Pretty much all energy drinks are loaded with sugar. Only if the can says it's sugarless is it actually sugar free. yes it has 12 tablelspoons
Capital punishment delivers many murderers last jolt. I could really go for another jolt of coffee. This morning's news gave me quite a jolt.
That wasn't jolt. That was dino. But I can c where u could get them mixed up.
yes, almost every pop can is aluminum
Putting your tongue on both the positive and negative of a 9-volt battery will give you quite a jolt. Hitting a solid surface with a hammer will give your arm a jolt. When my brother leapt from his hiding place behind the dumpster, it gave me quite a jolt. Basically, any place where you use the words "shock" or "surprise" could simply be replaced with jolt.
the opposite of jolt is mad
A "jolt" is a sharp bump.
The word jolt is both a verb (jolt, jolts, jolting, jolted) and a noun (jolt, jolts).Example uses:Don't jolt grandma's furniture, her glass figurines are very expensive. (verb)Seeing Richard with his old girlfriend gave her quite a jolt. (noun)
Yes, the word 'jolt' is both a noun and a verb. Examples: Noun: The news gave me a jolt. Verb: When the students look bored, jolt them with a joke.
your mom is the king of the jungle so shut up and feed her a banana