The pleasant emotion of anticipation and emotion regarding the outcome or climax of a book, film, etc. Suspense is a feeling of excited waiting. If you've been waiting for weeks for an answer to your marriage proposal, they keep you in suspense. Help support Wordnik (and make this page ad-free) by adopting the word suspense.
When I realize that the suspense is overwhelming, I will re-read the series slowly, that is, no more than one book in the series in a day, distributing it as much as possible. In order not to keep anyone in suspense, I finally followed the editor's advice, rewrote the story and resubmitted it. The slow suspense is one of the film's highlights. By the way, in order not to leave anyone here in suspense, I do not approve of the comparison between Warsaw and Gaza.
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