Definitions for joltingly
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to cause to move by or as if by sudden rough jerks or bumps; shake up roughly.
to knock sharply so as to move or dislodge; jar.
to shock or startle.
to bring to a specified state sharply or abruptly:
to jolt someone into awareness.
to interfere with, esp. in a rough manner.
(v.i.)to move with a sharp jerk or a series of sharp jerks.
(n.)a jolting movement or blow.
a psychological shock.
a sudden, unexpected setback.
a bracing dose of something:
a jolt of whiskey.
Origin of jolt:
1590–1600; b. jot to jolt and joll to bump, both now dial.
In a jolting way; with abrupt, uneven shakes or knocks.
in a jolting manner