noun as in surprise
Especially troubling, myocarditis can cause a rare condition known as sudden heart failure.
I also think this is a trend because there’s been a sudden shift in which networks are really important.
“All of a sudden, he was in my space, and I didn’t like it so much,” says LaVonia, 74.
This morning some PlayStation 4 owners are reporting the sudden and unexpected arrival of a new “PS5 Remote Play” app.
There have also been several disputed claims that sudden increases in votes for one candidate indicate voter fraud.
And so, with a surprising suddenness, it has recently bloomed up among Republicans and Democrats alike.
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.
What does seem strange is the apparent suddenness of the event.
And then with a startling suddenness came the thought that, before now, men had been drowned in their baths!
He reached over, with astonishing suddenness in one so bulky, and twirled the secretary about with his ham of a hand.
The mother, astonished at the suddenness of her choice, inquired what had actuated it. '
Then, with almost startling suddenness, a highly intellectual animal appeared.
And so they were caught fairly and squarely by the deluge that swept upon them with a bewildering suddenness.
On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to suddenness, such as: amazement, astonishment, awe, bewilderment, consternation, and curiosity.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.