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  • EN [ ɪˈventfl]
  • US [ ɪˈvɛntfəl]

English definition


  • 1. full of events or incidents;

    • "the most exhausting and eventful day of my life"
  • 2. having important issues or results;

    • "the year's only really consequential legislation"
    • "an eventful decision"

Example sentences

  • Her eventful life included holding senior positions in the Colonial Service.

  • It was an eventful and controversial race.

  • He's had an eventful life.

  • It was an eventful year. Even the weather was exceptionally bad.

  • On the whole , it was an educational and eventful trip.

  • Two cases with eventful recovery had lowest T 3 , fT 3 level.

  • For China, this has also been an eventful year.

  • I sometimes warm and tolerant and sometimes eventful stingy.

  • Now he was going on another trip, a far more eventful one.

  • An eventful week: You have encountered 10 email or house events.

  • The next day was to be an eventful one for the travellers.

  • And it has been an exhilarating and eventful time.

  • The development of vibration plates has been highly eventful.

  • Chinese history after 1911 is both eventful and complex.

  • The year 2008 was an eventful and momentous year for China.


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