Joltingly


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Jolt´ing`ly


adv.1.In a jolting manner.
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But pain also makes her ugly, maybe irredeemable, which also makes her joltingly, excitingly human.
I mention this not to speak of pride or humility as such, but of how they joltingly combined to rob me of words.
Each time the image cuts to a new angle, viewers have to joltingly reorient themselves in space.
The national timeline is somewhat joltingly skewed per the author's choice, though.
At the same time, it efficiently unites various aspects of horror and suspense serials you've seen before, and some of its scares are joltingly effective, which makes up for the fact that originality is not its strong suit.
In a lengthy flashback sequence at the beginning of the play - somewhat joltingly introduced, in the sense that it took some time to realise it WAS a flashback - we are shown the events preceding the death of Alex's fiancee and leading lady Monica Welles (Robbins), who apparently commits suicide by throwing herself from a 10th-floor balcony after the opening night of her stage debut and on the eve of their wedding.