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Synonyms for bolt

Synonyms for bolt

Synonyms for bolt

a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder

a sliding bar in a breech-loading firearm that ejects an empty cartridge and replaces it and closes the breech

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the part of a lock that is engaged or withdrawn with a key

the act of moving with great haste

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a roll of cloth or wallpaper of a definite length

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a sudden abandonment (as from a political party)

move or jump suddenly

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secure or lock with a bolt

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swallow hastily

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leave suddenly and as if in a hurry

eat hastily without proper chewing

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make or roll into bolts

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in a rigid manner

directly

References in classic literature ?
Leaving Podsnap, at a hand-gallop, he descends upon Boots and Brewer, who enthusiastically rally round him by at once bolting off in cabs, taking opposite directions.
Stage-coaches were upsetting in all directions, horses were bolting, boats were overturning, and boilers were bursting.
Bolting finally has become more precise, according to HYTORC.
Lihotzky's system can use a processor's existing dies by bolting them to a die-plate adapter.
Originally, the only climbing took place where gear was jammed into cracks or where the route wasn't very steep; they started doing bolting to allow for safer accents.
As engineers throughout industry are learning, better control over bolting procedures in the field and on the shop floor is both desirable and difficult to achieve," says John H.
Headquartered in Morpeth, United Kingdom, Hedley Purvis designs and manufactures products for the bolting market, including torque wrenches, multipliers, tensioners, and pumps.
FEMA spokeswoman Vallee Bunting said about 2,000 homeowners had requested FEMA to consider reimbursements in cases of double bolting and that the cost of the reimbursement program is expected to be about $3 million.
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