Origin of event
Synonyms for event
Examples from the Web for event
Contemporary Examples of event
This event, know as “Turn Around Tuesday,” enraged many of the demonstrators, especially the young SNCC activists.
In fact, Americans had to wait several hours until film of the event reached New York for it to be broadcast.
Then there was an event, an HRC event, and I took a picture with Monique, the actress and comedian.
Because I was president I had to do the write-up for the event and they chose that picture.
In the event, the enemy did plenty—far more than SHAEF, or for that matter the German high command, imagined possible.Hitler’s Hail Mary
James A. Warren
December 20, 2014
Historical Examples of event
I, too, should earnestly rejoice if such an event could be brought about.Brave and Bold
In any event, that is a part with which I have nothing to do.Ester Ried Yet Speaking
The event established Mary as the arbiter in her own coterie.
There was an enormous complacency in his air over the event.
This, said Archidamus, was a great error; and the event proved that he was right.Stories from Thucydides
H. L. Havell
- an occurrence regarded as a bare instant of space-time as contrasted with an object which fills space and has endurance
- an occurrence regarded in isolation from, or contrasted with, human agencyCompare act (def. 8)
Word Origin for event
see blessed event; in any case (event); in case (in the event); in the unlikely event.