push or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughly.
"a surge in the crowd behind him ****ed him forward"
synonyms: push, thrust, jar, bump, knock, bang; More
give a surprise or shock to (someone) in order to make them act or change.
"she tried to **** him out of his depression"
synonyms: startle, surprise, shock, stun, shake, take aback; More
move with sudden lurches.
"the train ****ed into motion"
synonyms: bump, bounce, jerk, rattle, lurch, shudder, jounce;
"the car ****ed along"
noun: ***; plural noun: ***s
an abrupt rough or violent movement.
synonyms: bump, bounce, shake, jerk, lurch More
a surprise or shock, especially of an unpleasant kind and often manifested physically.
"that information gave her a severe ****"
synonyms: fright, the fright of one's life, shock, scare, surprise;
"the sight of the dagger gave him a ****"
VERB: to cause someone to be completely unable to understand or explain something
totally bewilder or perplex.
"an unexplained occurrence that ****ed everyone"
synonyms: perplex, puzzle, bewilder, mystify, bemuse, confuse, confound, disconcert;
antonyms: enlighten, clear, comprehensible
2. restrain or regulate (a fluid, sound, etc.).
"to **** the noise further, I pad the gunwales"
a device used to restrain the flow of a fluid, gas, or loose material or to prevent the spreading of sound or light in a particular direction.