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Definition of event-filled in English:

adjective

Containing many interesting or exciting events; eventful: this is proving to be an event-filled tournament the show attracted more than 26,000 visitors over four event-filled days
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  • The nuptials capped an event-filled weekend Crowe had planned for his guests, which included a cricket match starring Australian star Shane Warne and several musical performances.
  • Do you really need (or want) event-filled days when you are surrounded by the bounties of Napa Valley?
  • The event-filled narrative moves speedily from social drama to courtroom thriller.

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