nonevent


non·event

noun \ˈnän-i-ˌvent, ˌnän-i-ˈ\

: an event that is much less interesting or important than it was expected to be

Full Definition of NONEVENT

1
a :  an expected event that fails to take place or to satisfy expectations
b :  an often highly publicized event of little intrinsic interest or significance
2
:  an occurrence that is officially ignored

First Known Use of NONEVENT

1962

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