Definition of uneventful in English:

uneventful

Syllabification: un·e·vent·ful
Pronunciation: /ˌəniˈventfəl
 
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adjective

Not marked by interesting or exciting events.
More example sentences
  • The rest of the day was interesting but uneventful with regard to this article.
  • However, his uneventful, everyday life is turned upside down by Connie's death.
  • For a time, perhaps, she had broken away from a slow, uneventful life.
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uneventfully

adverb
More example sentences
  • The strike period passed uneventfully with no major incidents in the area.
  • The flight proceeded to its destination uneventfully.
  • On that Tuesday, our journey began uneventfully.

uneventfulness

noun
More example sentences
  • Tea was recuperative, it made things better, or it celebrated uneventfulness, emphasising that nothing was wrong.
  • Life here is almost English in its suburban uneventfulness.
  • However, because of this relative uneventfulness, the infernal events that unfold at the end of the film are all the more shocking.

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