Like the intoxication and the power you would feel if you were suddenly an all-knowing entity.
The syringes McNamee suddenly produced in 2009 that he said he “saved” after injecting Clemens?
Why would you assume that if there are fewer Barnes & Nobles, there will suddenly be more people dashing to BN.com?
But if they get to redefine what “human rights” even means, then they might suddenly look like Amnesty International.
A shift to the accessory position would have also caused the power steering to suddenly quit.
suddenly she ran over to one of the cots and dropping there burst into tears.
But this is a thing of too great moment to be so suddenly resolved.
This has come on me so suddenly, that I haven't had time to think.
They began so suddenly that there is almost no way to introduce them.
The enemy barrage at the point of the wall nearest it, suddenly lifted.
late 13c., perhaps via Anglo-French sodein, from Old French subdain "immediate, sudden," from Vulgar Latin *subitanus, variant of Latin subitaneus "sudden," from subitus "come or go up stealthily," from sub "up to" + ire "come, go." Phrase all of a sudden first attested 1680s, earlier of a sudayn (1590s), upon the soden (1550s). Sudden death, tie-breakers in sports, first recorded 1927; earlier in reference to coin tosses (1834).