Our news cocktail of the week, "The Accidental Senator" spices things up with a sudden entrance.
Meanwhile, vulnerability, risk, unpredictability, and sudden transformation are the constitutive experiences of human life.
It is difficult to know how to read the sudden decision by the Iraqi government to raid and disband the MEK camp.
The sudden outbreak in fighting was unexpected for the Assad regime, and for many residents too.
sudden cardiac death, which Tanner suffered, strikes 350,000 people a year, killing nine of 10 victims.
Of a sudden it grew lighter, and the rain dwindled to a fine mist.
Jim eyed the man skeptically and Murphy spoke with sudden heat.
Riley's eyes had opened in a sudden movement of consciousness.
The whole thing was so sudden that for a moment it quite frightened the Americans.
But at the sight my blood rushed of a sudden through my veins and drowned my reason.
late 13c., perhaps via Anglo-French sodein, from Old French subdain "immediate, sudden," from Vulgar Latin *subitanus, variant of Latin subitaneus "sudden," from subitus "come or go up stealthily," from sub "up to" + ire "come, go." Phrase all of a sudden first attested 1680s, earlier of a sudayn (1590s), upon the soden (1550s). Sudden death, tie-breakers in sports, first recorded 1927; earlier in reference to coin tosses (1834).