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Noun
Projectiles shot from a gun at high speed
Noun
Plural for a bar that slides into a socket to fasten a door or window
“To reduce the risk of wandering, put a slide bolt high on every door that leads to the outside or to a stairwell.”
Noun
Plural for a short, heavy arrow shot from a crossbow
“The man fired a bolt into the other vampire's back, piercing the heart, and the creature burst into a pile of ash that showered down onto Ariana.”
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Plural for a jagged white flash, especially of lightning
“Marty, I'm sorry, but the only power source capable of generating 1.21 gigawatts of electricity is a bolt of lightning.”
Noun
Plural for a long pin that screws into a nut, used to fasten things together
“You'll need a Phillips head screwdriver to fasten the bolt to the backplate.”
Noun
Plural for a large roll of fabric or similar material
“A few years ago at a national quilt show, a merchant had a bolt of unsightly fabric that he could not sell.”
Noun
Plural for a sudden movement, especially in order to leave or escape
“The crowd made a bolt for the exit when they were told that Elvis had left the building.”
Noun
Plural for a beam or flash of light, or of something that emits light
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Plural for a flash of light produced by short-duration, high-voltage discharge of electricity within a cloud, between clouds, or between a cloud and the earth
Noun
Plural for a device to facilitate temporary and repeatable opening and closing
Noun
Plural for a strip of squared timber or metal hold members of a structure together
Noun
Plural for weapon
Noun
Plural for an act of breaking free from confinement or control
Noun
Plural for good
Noun
Plural for woven or felted fabric made from wool, cotton, or a similar fibre
Noun
Plural for a collection of things tied or wrapped up together
Verb
To move or proceed rapidly
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“The unmanned rocket, which was the world's first cruise missile, would be able to bolt across the sky at almost three hundred miles an hour.”
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To leave, flee or escape from a place
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“Ducrow, fed up with the incessant demands made on his time and money, had simply decided to bolt from town.”
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To lock or fasten (a door or window), especially with a bar
“That night, she made sure to double-check the locks on all the windows and bolt the door.”
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To securely fasten something (to something else)
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“Get an inexpensive metalworking vise and bolt it to the workbench.”
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To consume food hungrily or in a gluttonous manner
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“People under stress may also bolt their food, creating extra work for their digestive juices.”
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To say or utter loudly or with a feeling
“Put on the Christmas music classics and bolt out the words at the top of your lungs.”
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To prevent entry or passage with a physical barrier
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To strain, sift or sort using a sieve
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To jolt, usually due to astonishment, shock or fear
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To drink or imbibe in a liquid
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