from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Lacking in significant events.
- adjective Occurring without disruption.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Not eventful: as, an uneventful reign or life.
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monotonous; lacking significant or noteworthy events
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- adjective marked by no noteworthy or significant events
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I find myself flipping channels when something rather uneventful is happening.
The trip was uneventful from the standpoint of aviation, but extremely interesting from the standpoint of what we were able to learn in that brief time.
Meanwhile, I purpose to give a sketch of TIMROD'S life, which, though comparatively brief, and to an exceptional degree uneventful, is still of interest, as throwing much light upon the character of his verses, and the development of his genius.
My flight from SFO was both exceedingly eventful and completely uneventful, which is always a fun combination I'll explain in a second.
The flight was dull and uneventful, which is about the best one can hope for these days in a flight.
This abbreviated workday was delightfully uneventful, which is worth noting because I am, apparently, just like that kid in X-Men who walks through walls.
The flight here was uneventful, which is always good.
The move was described as uneventful, and McVeigh was described as cooperative.
The period of his Viceroyalty was what is generally called uneventful -- that is, it was chiefly given up to such schemes as promoted peace and prosperity, and did not witness any extension of our dominions.
And it is in the life that is called uneventful that there is the most opportunity for storing these treasures of the intellect.