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1. suspense

noun. ['səˈspɛns'] an uncertain cognitive state.

Synonyms

  • dubiousness
  • incertitude
  • doubtfulness
  • uncertainty
  • dubiety

Antonyms

  • trust
  • believe
  • probability
  • predictability

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Example sentences of the word suspense


1. Noun, singular or mass
Ever watch a scary movie and get chills from the suspense, or from a sudden shocking scene?

Quotes containing the word suspense


1. Suspense is very important. Even though this is humor and they're short stories, that theory of building suspense is still there.
- Sergio Aragones

2. This suspense is terrible. I hope it will last.
- Oscar Wilde

3. I think 'Pretty Little Liars' is going to be hugely popular for adults, for kids, for girls, for guys, you know, something for everyone to look at, and the stories are going to be great. There's suspense every week. The friendship is really fun to watch. I think it's going to have something for everybody.
- Laura Leighton

2. suspense

noun. ['səˈspɛns'] apprehension about what is going to happen.

Synonyms

  • dread
  • apprehension

Antonyms

  • certitude
  • unsure
  • sureness

3. suspense

noun. ['səˈspɛns'] excited anticipation of an approaching climax.

Synonyms

  • expectancy

Antonyms

  • unalarming
  • incomprehension
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