Jarred from her thoughts, she began filling a tube with blue icing.
She hung, helpless and exhausted, stuck in the in-between place until the pain of her head hitting something hard jarred her into consciousness.
The bump jarred the cell phone loose, and it fell in the space between the seat and door.
The car jarred her as they launched away from the gate.
His voice jarred her as it had in the alley.
Darian's voice jarred him out of his thoughts.
Damian's voice jarred her from her thoughts.
The sense of danger jarred her, and she sat up straight, heart pounding hard.
Urgency jarred her out of the memory, and she launched forward.
Something jarred her, a flash of magic, one that made her more nauseous than what she saw happen next.
She was about to demand to know where the girl was sent when Past-Death's words jarred her.
Logan's knock jarred her.
The impact jarred her to the core.
The softness of her body combined with the power of their bond jarred him.
A knock at the door jarred him, and he whirled to see the demon that entered.
An unexpected heat jarred her to her core, and the earth beneath her feet shook violently enough to rattle her teeth.
Talal's voice jarred her.
The words jarred him out of his daze, and he blinked, turning to look at Mansr.
The sound of a car door, and then an engine starting jarred him into realizing Elisabeth must have stayed in the woods all this time.
As she reached him, she heard a sound that jarred her.
The sound of a laser gun jarred her.
Toby's gleeful shout jarred him.
The weight from her legs lifted suddenly, and fresh pain jarred her back into the imploding world.
The demon's intense warning jarred her.
Knocking jarred him as he read, and he hid the book beneath a pillow before allowing Hilden's chosen messenger to enter.
An urgent knock at the door jarred him from his thoughts.
"My door is always open to willing women," his voice jarred her.
The loss of his body jarred her back into reality.
These attributes jarred on the sensitive Ritson, who racked his brains for contumelious epithets such as "stupid and disgusting," "cart-loads of rubbish," &c.; and during the greater part of the 18th and 19th centuries Lydgate's reputation was at its lowest ebb.
Replying, Mr Adams admitted it, closing with the outspoken sentiment: " I must avow to your Majesty that I have no attachment but to my own country " - a phrase which must have jarred upon the monarch's sensibilities.