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Synonyms for abruptly

without any warning

Synonyms for abruptly

quickly and without warning

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I cannot refrain from once again remarking on the singularity of these complex structures -- a great sandy and generally concave disk rises abruptly from the unfathomable ocean, with its central expanse studded, and its edge symmetrically bordered with oval basins of coral-rock just lipping the surface of the sea, sometimes clothed with vegetation, and each containing a lake of clear water!
I have more to say to you," she resumed abruptly, feeling the animating resolution to lay her heart bare before him at last; "more, far more, than I have said yet.
Oh, it was about the general," began the prince, waking abruptly from the fit of musing which he too had indulged in "and-and about the theft you told me of.
And when, at last, Daylight decided that the horse had had enough, he turned him around abruptly and put him into a gentle canter on the forward track.
Chickens and puarkas and cats, that he had never seen before, had a way of abruptly appearing on Meringe Plantation.
The experiment succeeded: Francine returned to the question that he had put to her, and abruptly answered it.
The team was thrown into a spin when erstwhile shirt sponsors SportPesa abruptly pulled the plug on a Sh500 million deal with the Kenya Rugby Union which benefitedthe team most at the start of thisyear.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 26 May 2017: Al-Ahly SC's coach Hossam Al-Badry confirmed that the Soliman Coulibaly Ivorian soccer player, will get hefty fine for abruptly leaving the team's camp in such a critical time.
The seven quirky stories in GisA[umlaut]le Villeneuve's new collection, Rising Abruptly, all have mountains at their heart.
is well designed and suggests that setting a quit date and quitting abruptly increases long-term cessation rates in smokers who want to quit.
is well designed and suggests that "setting a quit date and quitting abruptly increases long-term cessation rates in smokers who want to quit," Dr.
Summary: The English-language website of one of Lebanon's most outspoken newspapers abruptly ended operations Friday, after a three-and-a-half-year stint, while plans to launch an English print edition were also put in the shredder.
The Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) has abruptly cancelled all its classes and work at its Loyola Heights campus due to a bomb threat.
There were widespread complaints that drivers stopping abruptly at lights were causing more accidents.
Bloodletting was a key medical practice in 19th century Europe: it abruptly stopped even though there was relatively little argument about its benefits or failures.