sudden

Taxonomy vs Sudden - What's the difference?

taxonomy | sudden |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and sudden

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification 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.

Sudden - What does it mean?

sudden | %20 |

Sudden vs Ictic - What's the difference?

sudden | ictic |


As adjectives the difference between sudden and ictic

is that sudden is happening quickly and with little or no warning while ictic is pertaining to, or caused by, a blow; sudden; abrupt.

As an adverb sudden

is (poetic) suddenly.

As a noun sudden

is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

Sudden vs Inbreak - What's the difference?

sudden | inbreak |


As nouns the difference between sudden and inbreak

is that sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise while inbreak is a sudden violent inroad or incursion; an irruption.

As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden

is (poetic) suddenly.

As a verb inbreak is

to break in; break into; make an incursion into; insert into; interrupt.

Sudden vs Kerchunk - What's the difference?

sudden | kerchunk |


As adverbs the difference between sudden and kerchunk

is that sudden is (poetic) suddenly while kerchunk is with a sudden heavy blow or thump.

As nouns the difference between sudden and kerchunk

is that sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise while kerchunk is a sudden heavy blow or thump.

As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

Sudden vs Kerslap - What's the difference?

sudden | kerslap |


As adverbs the difference between sudden and kerslap

is that sudden is (poetic) suddenly while kerslap is with a sudden slap or loud slapping blow.

As nouns the difference between sudden and kerslap

is that sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise while kerslap is a sudden slap or loud slapping blow.

As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

Sudden vs Kerwallop - What's the difference?

sudden | kerwallop |


As adverbs the difference between sudden and kerwallop

is that sudden is (poetic) suddenly while kerwallop is with a sudden wallop or onrush.

As nouns the difference between sudden and kerwallop

is that sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise while kerwallop is a sudden wallop or onrush.

As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

Sudden vs Momentane - What's the difference?

sudden | momentane |


As nouns the difference between sudden and momentane

is that sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise while momentane is (finnish grammar|navajo grammar) a verb aspect indicating that an occurrence is sudden and short-lived.

As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden

is (poetic) suddenly.

Sudden vs Unwarning - What's the difference?

sudden | unwarning |


As adjectives the difference between sudden and unwarning

is that sudden is happening quickly and with little or no warning while unwarning is (archaic|often|poetic) without warning; sudden.

As an adverb sudden

is (poetic) suddenly.

As a noun sudden

is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise.

Sudden vs Stound - What's the difference?

sudden | stound |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sudden and stound

is that sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise while stound is (obsolete) to stand still; stop.

As nouns the difference between sudden and stound

is that sudden is (obsolete) an unexpected occurrence; a surprise while stound is (chronology|obsolete) an hour or stound can be a stand; a stop or stound can be a receptacle for holding small beer.

As an adjective sudden

is happening quickly and with little or no warning.

As an adverb sudden

is (poetic) suddenly.

As a verb stound is

(obsolete|or|dialectal|intransitive) to hurt, pain, smart or stound can be (obsolete) to stand still; stop.

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