He died suddenly.
All communication with that airplane was suddenly cut off.
This morning I got a telegram from home saying that my father had been suddenly taken ill.
But Dima would never wear the glasses. Suddenly, his body went limp and he collapsed to the floor.
A black crocodile, troubling his rest, grabbed him suddenly by his rough and heavy foot.
What? Are you doubting us? "B-but, that is, suddenly 'spirit world', 'magical beings' - it's strange to ask me to believe."
Since my brother died suddenly two years ago, my sister-in-law has valiantly kept going the small jewellery store he left her.
It is characteristic of the fork ball, one of baseball's change-ups, that a ball that flew straight will drop suddenly just before the batter.
The monkey, having thrown coconuts at all of the animals as a means of amusement, could not understand why he was suddenly being chased out of the jungle.
While looking at the flowers I thought suddenly that humans too had a good side. It's humans who discovered the beauty of flowers and it's also humans who can appreciate them.
If there existed a market for sentences, our grammatical speculations would suddenly make sense.
Hope is when you suddenly run to the kitchen like a mad man to check if the empty chocolate cookie box you just finished an hour ago is magically full again.
The car in front of us suddenly stopped for no reason. Do you think it is easier to give up smoking suddenly or in stages? I think it's easier to give up smoking in stages.
He'd sat down for a moment to rest his weary legs and suddenly looked up and saw an elderly woman before him.
2. all of a sudden
All of a sudden lightning struck the tree we were sitting under. I felt a sharp pain in my side all of a sudden.
It seemed to happen all of a sudden - I felt dizzy and I just collapsed.
English word "plotseling"(all of a sudden) occurs in sets:study box four - the art of kissingEngels Hoofdstuk 5&6 Nederlands-Engels
3. out of the blue
One night he arrived at my flat right out of the blue.
he appeared out of the blue
One day, out of the blue, she announced that she was leaving.
I'm sorry for calling you out of the blue but I need a favour.
I thought we agreed on this and now, out of the blue, you say something like this?
She phoned me without warning - it was completely out of the blue.
Then one day, completely out of the blue, I got a pay rise.
An elderly man sat at the neighbouring table and, out of the blue, started telling us about his wife's illness.
The letter came out of the blue - I didn't expect to hear from him ever again.
I hadn't heard from him for ten years, then, out of the blue, I got a fax from him.
This morning's test came out of the blue for every one of us.
Rachel's resignation came completely out of the blue.
He didn't appear on the music scene out of the blue. He had been dealing with music since 1996.
My friend decided out of the blue to quit his job and go to Europe.
I would like to ask the Commission to what extent food security has featured in the work programme up until now in recent years, because after all, globalisation has not come out of the blue.
English word "plotseling"(out of the blue) occurs in sets:engels chapter 3 voca 1