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
June 8 is shaping up to be quite an eventful day—besides the testimony, there will also be an ECB meeting and the U.K. election.
Fans, the league, its sponsors and ABC are all counting on it to be more eventful than the playoffs so far, which are notable for the efficiency with which the Warriors (unbeaten) and Cavs (one loss) have dispatched opponents going into Game 1.
An already eventful afternoon doesn’t end with the luncheon, though.
The court opinions cap what’s been an eventful month in the years-long push by cities to sue banks, alleging discriminatory mortgage lending amid last decade’s housing boom.
During an eventful two-day span in April, Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano had a couple of young guys enter his life.
To say that the Phoenix Comicon has been eventful would be a huge understatement.
Djam takes pity on her and the pair become uneasy traveling companions, setting off on an eventful road trip back into Greece full of wild digressions, chance encounters and musical interludes.
The rest of Polyakov’s mission wasn’t that eventful.
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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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