uneventful

[ UK /ʌnɪvˈɛntfə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌəniˈvɛntfəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. marked by no noteworthy or significant events
    recovery was uneventful
    an uneventful life
    the voyage was pleasant and uneventful
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How To Use uneventful In A Sentence

  • 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
  • The pregnancy itself was relatively uneventful.
  • Hence it is that Jane continued to live her quiet, uneventful life, uncourted by the public. Jane Austen: Her Homes and Her Friends
  • Meanwhile, I purpose to give a sketch of TIMROD'S life, which, though comparatively brief, and to an exceptional degree uneventful, is still of interest, as throwing much light upon the character of his verses, and the development of his genius. The Poems of Henry Timrod.
  • The ride up was mainly uneventful, it was a three-hour trip and the hostess of the train car kept us entertained with games and trivia about the Grand Canyon.
  • The history of the baronetage was uneventful till 1783, when in consequence of the wrongful assumption of baronetcies, an old and then increasing evil, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3 "Banks" to "Bassoon"
  • For a time, perhaps, she had broken away from a slow, uneventful life.
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