And of course, should Americans suddenly wake up and extract their sweet tooth, a vast international market awaits.
And I thought there might be some comic potential if we saw her suddenly get a bit hot and bothered.
suddenly the work of these architects becomes a matter of public consumption.
“suddenly, I wondered why it was called ‘losing your virginity,’” Bristol writes.
The syringes McNamee suddenly produced in 2009 that he said he “saved” after injecting Clemens?
suddenly she ran over to one of the cots and dropping there burst into tears.
suddenly Eucoline touched my arm with a quick and timid motion.
This has come on me so suddenly, that I haven't had time to think.
Can we expect that this will be suddenly and permanently altered?
The enemy barrage at the point of the wall nearest it, suddenly lifted.
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).