- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bolt.
“Voeckler then bolted from a roundabout and went all out to the line.”
“Then he bolted from the lounge and laid low with Dunn.”
“Two months into his new gig, which he got after Lane Kiffin bolted the Volunteer program for his dream job at Southern California, Derek Dooley had one thing in mind.”
“He jumped out of his chair and bolted from the dining room.”
“Tom's still in his suit, looking flustered, making me think the kid bolted from the funeral even before it had ended.”
“Mostly I held things while Dick or Merlin bolted them down or pounded them into place.”
“Since sex ed. classes were not taught in the 1970's, Susan had no idea the male anatomy was capable of this interesting function and bolted from the room.”
“Charlie Crist, who bolted from the party last week to run for Senate as an independent.”
“The Norwegian bolted from the pack with about 50 meters (yards) to go and finished in 3 hours, 45 minutes, 13 seconds.”
“The Razorbacks are 2-3 for Petrino, who bolted from the Atlanta Falcons for the Arkansas job.”
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