Jar Noun Synonyms
shake, agitate, disturb, stir, shock, jolt, jounce, bounce, jog, jerk, jiggle, joggle
Don't jar the oven or the cake will collapse.
disagree, conflict, clash, bicker, quarrel, wrangle, oppose, discord
She finds that her emotions about her ex-husband are jarring.
Jar Verb Synonyms
shock, start, jolt, surprise
Seeing Sam after all those years gave me quite a jar.
disturb, upset, disconcert, unsettle, disquiet, bother, trouble, vex, gall, offend, take aback, irritate, grate, irk, nettle, annoy
It jars me to think that they got off with light sentences.
crock, receptacle, vessel, container, urn, pot, vase, jug, pitcher, ewer, flagon, carafe, bottle, amphora
We always keep some small change in that blue jar.
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