# apprehension about what is going to happen # an uncertain cognitive state; "the matter remained in suspense for several years" # excited anticipation of an approaching climax; "the play kept the audience in suspense" wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn # One of the premier programs of the Golden Age of Radio (now known as old-time radio), Suspense advertised itself as "radio's oustanding theater of thrills" and was heard in one form or another from 1942 through 1962. There were approximately 945 episodes broadcast during its long run. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suspense # Tension again. Similar to thrillers, but the danger is more likely to be psychological than physical, based more on expectation or fear of harm than on frankly hazardous situations. In this type of story, the main character is normally an innocent caught up in danger
"Suspense" is the state of remaining in anticipation of surprise.
The audience do not know what is happening.
A legal dictionary has 17 different applications of the word suspense, suspended, or suspension. More specific information is needed about the context in which the word 'suspense' is being applied.
Suspense is the anticipation that something of great importance will occur. It is usually the element that keeps you wanting more from the story.
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It means you don't know what is going to happen next.
suspense- as in leaving people on a high quality or tone. with loud and boisterous music, leaving people wanting for more.
horror and suspense are actually the same thing. horror is a synonym for suspense and suspense is a synonym for horror
rising action is usually when suspense builds. suspense is revealed in the climax
Suspense is the feeling of anxiety or excitement about something that may or may not happen. Suspense in a story is when the details leave the reader excited and anxious as they wonder what will happen next.
There can be romance in suspense movies.
"Heighten" means to make it more. In this case, more suspenseful.
Synonyms for suspense include tension...
what is the suspense of the little mermaid
That is the correct spelling of "suspense" (anxiety, uncertainty).
That quality of a literary work that makes the reader or audience uncertain or tense about the outcome of events. Suspense makes the reader ask "What will happen next?". Suspense is greatest when it focuses attention on a sympathetic character. Thus, the most familiar kind of suspense involves a character hanging form the lee of a tall building, or tied to a railroad tracks as a train approaches.
what is suspense account ? please give me answer in detail... what is suspense account ? please give me answer in detail... suspense is when you make people wait for something before they tell you what it is
Hitchcock was called the Master of Suspense, because he had perfect technique at creating suspense in his films.
basically it keeps the audience on the edge of their seat wanting to know what will happen next
I think you mean "suspense". Its a noun. An abstract noun to be more specific.
No. Suspense is feeling excited, anxious, or uncertain about something that may happen. Iron is a type of metal. Irony is when someone says one thing, while meaning the opposite.
The Silence of the Lambs is a perfect example of a suspense movie.
Suspense occurs when the reader knows something is about to happen.
The duration of Saturday Suspense is 3120.0 seconds.