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the part of a lock that is engaged or withdrawn with a key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

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Xx"Ms Bolter quit UKIP this week claiming she was sexually harassed.
But she did not deliver--and as Leanne approached 24 weeks, Bolter explained, Leanne was put on complete bed rest at a new hospital (Singleton Hospital in Swansea) and received steroid injections to help Willow's lungs.
After taking on that fuel and waiting out several attempts for the Hornet to get aboard, we came in for another teeth-jarring, spark-filled bolter.
Bolter said: "Although electric propulsion systems have been flown in space before, this system has a very high efficiency and we will be using it for a very long time."
Compton Bolter has a good draw and, as always, I expect him to give a good account."
In winning on Compton Bolter in the Listed betfair.com Rated Stakes (Showcase Handicap) Ahern incurred the wrath of the stewards, who supplied him with a one-day holiday (September 10) for careless riding after his mount cut across runner-up Supremacy in the shadow of the post.
Hydramatic manufactures a wide range of bolting machines -- mobile bolters, longwall face bolters (LFB), rib bolters and roof bolters.
For example, in the paragraph above, I could highlight the term "hypertext" or "Bolter." If a reader chose to click a mouse on either of the highlighted words, she would see another screen appear that might, for instance, include this paragraph describing the physical properties of hypertext or receive a brief biography on Jay David Bolter.
Jay David Bolter, Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing, Hove and London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1991.
To students of Marshall McLuhan and writers of online documentation, Bolter's statement comes as no surprise.
Byline: ABBY BOLTER Reporter abby.bolter@walesonline.co.uk
Xx"Ms Bolter quit UKIP on Monday claiming she was sexually harassed.
After releasing Katie Bolter and her seven-year-old daughter Leonard Brown barricaded the front door and set fire to the property causing overr PS20,000 damage.