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Definition of Jarring

Jarring

  1. of Jar
  2. Shaking; disturbing; discordant.
  3. A shaking; a tremulous motion; as, the jarring of a steamship, caused by its engines.
  4. Discord; a clashing of interests.

Jarring Quotations

Tracking action without cutting is the least jarring method of placing the audience into a real-time experience where they are the ones making the subtle choices of where and when to look.
Steven Spielberg

My favorite books, art pieces, films, and music, always have something jarring about them.
Pink

There's something dangerous about what's funny. Jarring and disconcerting. There is a connection between funny and scary.
Christopher Walken

The older I get, the less jarring I want my exercise to be, and I find that a long walk is equally as helpful and satisfying as a three-mile jog.
Kim Cattrall

If there is any jarring at all in my photographs, it's because we are so used to ingesting pictures of everywhere looking beautiful.
Martin Parr
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Jarring Translations

jarring in German is kreischend

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