Noun(1) apprehension about what is going to happen(2) an uncertain cognitive state(3) excited anticipation of an approaching climax
(1) Finally, he took a year's leave of absence, so great was his need to finish writing his first suspense novel.(2) There was genuine suspense , and that just makes it a great story.(3) I can't stand the suspense of waiting for the machine to get it.(4) In a claustrophobic suspense story, you could see how this might come in handy.(5) a tale of mystery and suspense(6) If anything, knowing the plot and the protagonists will heighten the suspense .(7) It was devoid of terror, suspense , originality or quality.(8) come on, Fran, don't keep me in suspense !(9) He knows how to build suspense , delight, alarm, shock, despair.(10) Eight years later his 16th novel marked a change of genre, to suspense thriller.(11) For an hour after the decision was made in Singapore, the crowd in front of city hall was still waiting in suspense for the official announcement.(12) The suspense was killing me, even though I knew what he would say.(13) As a suspense film in the Hitchcock vein, yeah, it's wonderful.(14) Technically it's presented as a question though the audience experiences no real suspense about the outcome.(15) It's wonderful that I put you in suspense if that hardly ever happens.(16) Promise me a monster suspense film and it ends up being a third-rate Scooby-Doo episode.
(1) suspense account :: midlertidig konto
1. tension ::
2. uncertainty ::
3. doubt ::
4. anticipation ::
5. expectation ::
6. expectancy ::
7. excitement ::
8. anxiety ::
9. apprehension ::
10. strain ::
1. continuance ::
Different Formssuspense, suspenseful
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