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What (who) is eventful - definition

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¦ adjective marked by interesting or exciting events.
eventfully adverb
eventfulness noun
Full of incidents, stirring, memorable, signal, momentous, important, critical, remarkable.
If you describe an event or a period of time as eventful, you mean that a lot of interesting, exciting, or important things have happened during it.
Her eventful life included holding senior positions in the Colonial Service...



Eventful is an online calendar and events discovery service owned by Audacy, Inc. The service allows users to search for and track upcoming entertainment events in their area (such as concerts, festivals, and film presentations) involving specific performers, indicate and share their intent to attend certain events, and indicate their "demand" for certain acts to appear in their region. As of February 2021, the site has been replaced by a link to Entercom's radio.com site, which includes a limited music-event-listing functionality.

Pronunciation examples for eventful
1. eventful village.
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2. It's not very eventful.
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3. it's something very eventful about it,
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4. 'Eventful first day out of prison, Gladstone.'
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5. And it's been an eventful year.
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Examples of use of eventful
1. By Konstantin Sonin This has been an eventful month.
2. "It‘s certainly been an eventful honeymoon," he said.
3. "Indian has had an eventful ride in its Gulf operations.
4. Milosevic was an eventful politician in Yugoslavia in the 1'80s.
5. Despite many less eventful subsequent visits to Sudan, I remain very wary of the regime.