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uneventful

[uhn-i-vent-fuh l]
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adjective
  1. not eventful; lacking in important or striking occurrences: an uneventful day at the office.

Origin of uneventful

First recorded in 1790–1800; un-1 + eventful
Related formsun·e·vent·ful·ly, adverbun·e·vent·ful·ness, noun

Synonyms

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quiet, routine, ordinary, usual.
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Examples from the Web for uneventfully

Historical Examples

  • Things went on uneventfully through Christmas and the New Year.

    Labrador Days

    Wilfred Thomason Grenfell

  • Suppose he had married Mildred, and been uneventfully happy and successful.

    The Dop Doctor</p>

    Clotilde Inez Mary Graves

  • The days and the years roll by uneventfully within its quiet precincts.

  • And so the years went on at the Snowden home, pleasantly and uneventfully.

  • The first two hymns and the Scripture reading passed off uneventfully.

    Anne Of Avonlea

    Lucy Maud Montgomery


British Dictionary definitions for uneventfully

uneventful

adjective
  1. ordinary, routine, or quiet
Derived Formsuneventfully, adverbuneventfulness, noun
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Word Origin and History for uneventfully

uneventful

adj.

1800, from un- (1) "not" + eventful. Related: Uneventfully.

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