All Adverb
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  • Its publication made him suddenly widely known beyond his own circles.
  • Suddenly the rain stopped and the sky became light.
  • The flight suddenly dropped in half a minute.
  • The man walks away, not understanding why she has suddenly changed.
  • Suddenly they saw a hill with an old oak and an eagle on top.
  • Lubbers succeeded him and suddenly found himself in a powerful political position.
  • Nations that had previously warred with one another were suddenly united for a common goal.
  • The building was suddenly full of people and dark-blue uniforms.
  • Fancheng, after holding out for years, suddenly fell within a few days.
  • And then, suddenly, the whole wing broke off.
  • It uses to happens suddenly and it may last some hours or past sunset time.
  • According to these same legends, his wife was suddenly possessed by some unknown gods.
  • Such a system could be less prone to failure if parts of it were suddenly shut down.
  • The next day the reactor suddenly started up again, only to shut down once more a few hours later.
  • He is suddenly aged, his beard long and white, and his back bent.
  • The pain can appear suddenly and usually subsides within hours, although it may sometimes last two or three days.
  • It suddenly became difficult to find seats at his concerts.
  • Near the bottom of the hill, Brown's memory suddenly returns.
  • The article was published in Nature, and he suddenly became known among the intelligentsia.
  • Design had just started when Cray died suddenly as a result of a car accident.
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Meaning of suddenly

  • adverb Happening unexpectedly
    suddenly she felt a sharp pain in her side