sudden

[ suhd-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF sudden

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUDDEN

He seemed to make a strong effort to check some sudden impulse.

Mrs. Van Geist fixed her niece with a sudden look of suspicion.

Once it was that he had felt a sudden great longing for the life of a gay city.

I might have paid them at the time, but it was all so unexpected and so sudden,—it rattled me, quite.

He was not naturally bad, but he had fallen a victim to sudden temptation.

Mary Reynolds' eyes were wide with surprise and sudden hope.

Such a change of views was not the sudden impulse of an hour.

"I didn't think it would be so sudden," she said, a little wildly.

Your sudden departure needs no other explanation to the household than this telegram.

A sudden memory of words that Viviette had used the day before occurred to him.

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