[ UK /ɪvˈɛntfə‍l/ ]
[ US /iˈvɛntfəɫ, ɪˈvɛntfəɫ/ ]
  1. having important issues or results
    the year's only really consequential legislation
    an eventful decision
  2. full of events or incidents
    the most exhausting and eventful day of my life
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How To Use eventful In A Sentence

  • Chat: Walliams and Carr couldn't help but laugh as the comedian recalled his eventful stag night Home | Mail Online
  • After each catty little spat, we cut to another uneventful rehearsal scene where boys and girls with asexual physiques pirouette weightlessly about the rehearsal room.
  • I know it is somewhat uneventful, but I should point out that should one of the pins get bent, you are going to have a heck of a time unbending it, as the pins are extremely closely spaced together and quite tiny.
  • I find myself flipping channels when something rather uneventful is happening. Amrie’s Take on TV: An Open Letter… | the TV addict
  • Arnhem looked as if it was an uneventful townsman 's town again. DISPLACED PERSON
  • Bertie's hour proved more eventful for both his comptroller and his equerry decided to show up right after the gentlemen separated from the ladies.
  • As none other, he could evoke Japan of the eventful interwar period.
  • On one eventful night we saw some refuse fish being wheeled off in a barrow, and we begged leave to abstract a fish, which was -- I say it without fear of contradiction -- the knobbiest and scaliest member of the finny tribe. The Chequers Being the Natural History of a Public-House, Set Forth in a Loafer's Diary
  • The pregnancy itself was relatively uneventful.
  • To die peacefully in one's sleep is no bad way to go, not at any age, leave alone at one hundred and one, full of rich and eventful years.
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