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.
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).