sudden

Stark vs Sudden - What's the difference?

stark | sudden |


As a proper noun stark

is .

As an adjective sudden is

happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden is

(poetic) suddenly.

As a noun sudden is

(obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

Suddently vs Sudden - What's the difference?

suddently | sudden |


As nouns the difference between suddently and sudden

is that suddently is while sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

As an adjective sudden is

happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden is

(poetic) suddenly.

Unexplained vs Sudden - What's the difference?

unexplained | sudden |


As adjectives the difference between unexplained and sudden

is that unexplained is not explained of unknown cause or origin while sudden is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden is

(poetic) suddenly.

As a noun sudden is

(obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

Sudden vs Light - What's the difference?

sudden | light |


As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden

is (poetic) suddenly.

As a noun sudden

is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

As a proper noun light is

.

Sudden vs Hurry - What's the difference?

sudden | hurry |


As nouns the difference between sudden and hurry

is that sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise while hurry is rushed action.

As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden

is (poetic) suddenly.

As a verb hurry is

(label) to do things quickly.

Hurried vs Sudden - What's the difference?

hurried | sudden |


As adjectives the difference between hurried and sudden

is that hurried is  done in a hurry; rushed while sudden is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As a verb hurried

is (hurry).

As an adverb sudden is

(poetic) suddenly.

As a noun sudden is

(obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

Shrill vs Sudden - What's the difference?

shrill | sudden |


As adjectives the difference between shrill and sudden

is that shrill is high-pitched and piercing while sudden is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As nouns the difference between shrill and sudden

is that shrill is a shrill sound while sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

As a verb shrill

is to make a shrill noise.

As an adverb sudden is

(poetic) suddenly.

Sudden vs Instantly - What's the difference?

sudden | instantly |


As adverbs the difference between sudden and instantly

is that sudden is (poetic) suddenly while instantly is (archaic) urgently; with insistence.

As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As a noun sudden

is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

Occasional vs Sudden - What's the difference?

occasional | sudden |


As adjectives the difference between occasional and sudden

is that occasional is occurring or appearing irregularly from time to time while sudden is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden is

(poetic) suddenly.

As a noun sudden is

(obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

Soon vs Sudden - What's the difference?

soon | sudden |


As adjectives the difference between soon and sudden

is that soon is occurring within a short time, or quickly while sudden is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As adverbs the difference between soon and sudden

is that soon is (label) immediately, instantly while sudden is (poetic) suddenly.

As a noun sudden is

(obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

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