Words nearby sudden
Idioms for sudden
Origin of sudden
SYNONYMS FOR sudden
OTHER WORDS FROM suddensud·den·ly, adverbsud·den·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for suddenness
But it was the suddenness of his proposal to Megan upon arriving back in New York that had even her gasping with surprise.
The suddenness of Sarah Palin's resignation Friday raises the question about whether Palin is leaving to avert a major scandal.
It is its name, its suddenness, and its frightful symptoms that terrify.The Greville Memoirs|Charles C. F. Greville
Then with suddenness a wintry red crept into his cheek, a brightness into his eyes.Foes|Mary Johnston
They are commonly marked by the two signs of the slowness of their growth and the suddenness of their termination.Tremendous Trifles|G. K. Chesterton
All at once it shot into view with a suddenness that made the boys' beads swim.The Boy Aviators in Africa|Wilbur Lawton
Then it came with a suddenness and force that was strong enough to bowl over even a man of strong heart.The Silent Alarm|Roy J. Snell
British Dictionary definitions for suddenness
Derived forms of suddensuddenness, noun
Word Origin for sudden
Idioms and Phrases with suddenness
see all of a sudden.