What is suddenly?

  • (adv): Happening unexpectedly.
    Example: "Suddenly she felt a sharp pain in her side"
    Synonyms: all of a sudden, of a sudden
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on suddenly:

Blue Bloods (novel Series) - Plot Summaries - Blue Bloods
... But when Schuyler turns fifteen, her life suddenly begins to change ... she learns is also her human Conduit, are suddenly thrown into a race to find the answers to the questions that she, and everyone else is asking ... Have their ancient enemies, the Silver Bloods—vampires who prey on vampires—suddenly returned after having thought to be vanquished? Is the ...
Beth Sorrentino - Suddenly, Tammy!
... Heitmueller (bass) formed the music trio Suddenly, Tammy! ... Suddenly, Tammy! subsequently signed with Warner Bros ...
List Of United States Christmas Television Episodes - Sitcoms - Suddenly Susan
... Suddenly Susan The Walk-Out (1996) Suddenly Susan Yule Never Know (1997) Suddenly Susan Merry Ex-mas (1998) ...
January (novel) - Plot - Part I
... In the midst of a toast inside, the base is suddenly attacked by a very mysterious group of female teenagers ... the patient tells him that she feels very hot and needs some water and suddenly develops strange symptoms ... Elijah suddenly begins babbling about a prophecy on a scroll but becomes ill and sure enough, disintegrates into a black puddle ...

More definitions of "suddenly":

  • (adv): Quickly and without warning.
    Example: "He stopped suddenly"
    Synonyms: abruptly, short, dead

Famous quotes containing the word suddenly:

    The research on gender and morality shows that women and men looked at the world through very different moral frameworks. Men tend to think in terms of “justice” or absolute “right and wrong,” while women define morality through the filter of how relationships will be affected. Given these basic differences, why would men and women suddenly agree about disciplining children?
    Ron Taffel (20th century)

    Flowers ... that are so pathetic in their beauty, frail as the clouds, and in their colouring as gorgeous as the heavens, had through thousands of years been the heritage of children—honoured as the jewellery of God only by them—when suddenly the voice of Christianity, counter-signing the voice of infancy, raised them to a grandeur transcending the Hebrew throne, although founded by God himself, and pronounced Solomon in all his glory not to be arrayed like one of these.
    Thomas De Quincey (1785–1859)

    Miracles are like jokes. They relieve our tension suddenly by setting us free from the chain of cause and effect.
    Gerald Branan (1894–1987)