Examples of eventful in a Sentence
He led a short but eventful life.
It was an extremely eventful period in American history.
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Jake Lourim/The Courier-Journal Lamar Jackson emerged from an eventful week in college football as still the sixth-most favorable Heisman Trophy candidate, according to the Westgate Superbook.
His dramatic words came after an eventful morning in which the judge ruled that President Donald Trump's scathing criticism Bergdahl won't prevent the soldier from receiving a fair sentence.
The 6,482-yard, par 71 course has long been considered one of the most beautiful courses in the world and the tournament has proven one of the most eventful in recent years with records tumbling.
Jim on the team’s decision to link arms and their reaction to an eventful day merging politics and the NFL.
Championed by garage godfather Ty Segall, Wand looks to be hitting a wildly creative stride after five short but eventful years.
The original trio broke up so spectacularly, its reunion seemed eventful enough.
Suffice to say my mom’s sleeping hours are unusually rich and eventful.
There was also the juggling act of hitting on all of the themes of Demi’s eventful life, from the personal (her stint in rehab, the death of her father) to the professional (recording her album).
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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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