Examples of eventful in a Sentence
He led a short but eventful life.
It was an extremely eventful period in American history.
Recent Examples of eventful from the Web
The First Lady had quite an eventful day in Hamburg for the G20 Summit.
A dramatic ninth-inning victory was just the latest in an eventful three-city, 11-game trip for the Cubs that concludes this weekend with a three-game series against the Reds.
Despite fatal shootings, a major event imploding and gunfire sprayed across the Palmetto Expressway, the most eventful Memorial Day weekend in recent memory was a money maker for Miami Beach’s hotel industry.
If the reports about the birth of his new twins are true, Jay-Z had quite an eventful Father's Day this year.
The U.S. government bond market ended an eventful week on a quiet note Friday, with yields holding roughly flat after declining earlier in week in response to soft inflation data.
That’s where the score remained until the eventful eighth inning.
The first three days of Bonnaroo 2017 have been eventful onstage and off.
On the train to D.C., and it's already been an eventful Jim Comey Eve.
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First Known Use of eventful
EVENTFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eventful for English Language Learners
: having many important things happening
EVENTFUL Defined for Kids
Definition of eventful for Students
1 : full of important happenings an eventful vacation
2 : very important She made an eventful decision.
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