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Things jarring often describes (“jarring ________”)
note, sound, impact, halt, thud, notes, crash, blow, ride, stop, string, elements, blast, chord, laugh, thump, interests, movement, noise, ring, effect, reminder, word, sense, change, jolt, moment, force, clash, experience, suddenness, interruption, sects, lunge, sounds, discords, cry, din, movements, feeling, fall, clang, discrepancy, feature, bell, break, sensation, natures, tone, memory, shock, screech, clatter, colonies, opinions, trip, motion, roar, attributes, trot, report, statement, machine, rumble, discordance, descent, shudder, juxtapositions, crunch, landing, lurch, panel, factions, talk, discord, encounter, sentiment, noises, conclusion, passions, scene, injury, journey, roads, sphere, drive

Descriptive words:
more, less, sudden, little, constant, slight, most, much, severe, slightest, perpetual, violent, mechanical, continual, least, harsh, considerable, somewhat, extraordinary, undue, excessive, unnecessary, painful, sickly, infinite, accidental, loud, monotonous, incessant, heavy, possible, frequent, occasional, unpleasant, unusual, faint, continuous, peculiar, continued, accursed, intermittent, discordant, bone, faintest, vast, needless, frightful, dull, swedish, terrible, endless, pretty, obscure, untempered, wretched, outward, tremendous, sound, repetitive, ugly, tumultuous, sharp, rough, gentle, thorough, terrific, consequent, peculiarly, family, sonorous, representative, rude, furious, distant, inward, intimate, noisy

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Book See jarring used in context: 1 rhyme, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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