What type of word is suddenly?
"Suddenly" is an adverb.
The root word for suddenly is sudden. Suddenly is a word that means unexpectedly, quickly, swiftly, abruptly or instantly.
No, but you can make a sentence with the word suddenly. Suddenly it started to rain.
No suddenly is a adverb
Sprout would be a word for 'to shoot up suddenly'.
A word that means to depart suddenly is "plump" or "plumped"
He fell out off his bike suddenly because of pothole. It did not cause him much harm or injury.
Suddenly is an adverb of manner. It tells how something occurs.
To "Dike" is to move back suddenly.
Yes. Ex: Suddenly, a man jumped from the shadows. Suddenly, she was right next to me.
I can give you several sentences. Suddenly, the lights flickered and went dark. He suddenly began to cry. We were suddenly surrounded by pygmies.
In the King James version the word - sudden - appears 3 times the word - suddenly - appears 41 times
No, the word 'suddenly' is not a verb; suddenly is an adverb, a word that modifies a verb (suddenly thought, suddenly appeared). A linking verb acts somewhat like an equals sign, the object is a form of the subject (Mary is my sister. Mary=sister); or the subject becomes the object (Mary felt cold. Mary->cold). The adverb 'suddenly' can modify the linking verb: Mary suddenly felt cold.
Suddenly is an adverb and its comparative is formed by putting the word "more" in front of it.
Yes, suddenly is an adverb. It means occurring in a sudden or expected manner.
In the King James version the word - suddenly - appears 41 times
Yes, if it is the first word of the sentence.
The word "suddenly" is the adverb form of the adjective "sudden". The noun form of the adjective "sudden" is suddenness.
Yes, suddenly is a good transition word for a situation that occurs quickly or without being expected. Here are some examples. "Suddenly, the wind started howling and lightning could be seen on the horizon." Usually, one would expect there to be some preceding stories to set up whatever was about to suddenly happen.
Suddenly she lashed out menacingly
the answer is Suddenly, all at once.
פתאום Pronounced 'Pitom'
Surprisingly, unexpectedly, instantly.
all of the sudden, out of nowhere
Such a word might be 'shied'.
She was driving down the street, but then suddenly, out of nowhere, another car ran a stop light and T-boned her.
(immediately) following, then, suddenly, etc.
It means quickly or unexpectedly
Suddenly, the whole group was on the bandwagon.
Suddenly, our dialogue was over.
The word 'exclaim' is a verb, a word meaning to express or utter something suddenly or vehemently; a word for an action.
suddenly (adv) abruptly, unexpectedly, rapidly, swiftly, all of a sudden, out of the blue, without warning, quickly, speedily, precipitously
The spark suddenly ignited in flames.
scat, or maybe dart
it means to come or appear suddenly; as if at a bound.
Suddenly everyone began to CHANT my name...
exclaim, ejaculate, blurt,
I swerved out the way to avoid hitting the cat. The coach swerved off the road and flipped over.
The driver suddenly applied the brakes.
This could be bolt.
I suddenly realized that I had her rapt attention!
Suddenly, my car was under seizure!
Suddenly, the casket fell out of the hearse!
Suddenly, the tribal drumming stopped.
If one type of insect is suddenly removed from the ecosystem of a lawn, other insects may not have the ability to survive. The ecosystem is very delicate, and many species could starve.
The word emerged means to come out into view, as from hiding. "Suddenly, the dinosaur emerged from his egg".