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
As far as awards shows go, none are more over-the-top, eventful, and just plain old fun than the VMAs.
Albrecht has no regrets about his eventful college basketball career.
Bryce and Kincaid have a long and thorny history as adversaries, so their 24-hour jaunt from England to Amsterdam proves to be quite eventful.
Since that eventful day, his son has grown increasingly heavy, and lifting him has taken a toll on Zelik's back.
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.
An eventful, sometimes painful week for the Padres ended Saturday with a 7-3 win against Detroit.
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.
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First Known Use of eventful
Synonymsbig, consequential, earthshaking, earth-shattering, important, historic, major, material, meaningful, momentous, monumental, much, significant, substantial, tectonic, weighty
Antonymsinconsequential, inconsiderable, insignificant, little, minor, negligible, slight, small, trifling, trivial, unimportant
Related Wordsdecisive, fatal, fateful, strategic; earnest, grave, heavy, serious, sincere; distinctive, exceptional, impressive, outstanding, prominent, remarkable; valuable, worthwhile, worthy; distinguished, eminent, great, illustrious, noble, notable, noteworthy, outstanding, preeminent, prestigious; famous, notorious, renowned; all-important, central, critical, crucial, essential, key, pivotal, seminal, vital
Near Antonymspaltry, petty, worthless; anonymous, nameless, obscure, uncelebrated, unknown
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