Idioms: All of a Sudden

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All of a Sudden: Suddenly, without advance notice

All of a sudden, it began to pour down rain. 

This phrase can be replaced by “suddenly,” meaning “all at once” or “without warning” and it suggests that the act occurred very quickly.

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