Eventful [adjective]

Definition of Eventful:

significant, busy

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Sentence/Example of Eventful:

The news comes on the heels of an eventful several months for the company.

That makes this story of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang spending a particularly eventful Halloween together the most iconic Halloween special in American TV history, one that has defined many pop culture takes on Halloween.

Mission planners intend to return the sample to Earth in September 2023, where planetary scientists will bring the full power of terrestrial research machinery to bear as they fill in even more details of Bennu’s eventful past and present.

These letters throw a clear light upon the chief psychological moments of these two eventful years of his life.

He recounted the chief services which they had, during three eventful sessions, rendered to the country.

Nothing particularly eventful had happened since last year, either in his career as professor or musical critic.

There was nothing eventful in our talk as we came down the mountain-side towards Viking—Justine Caron's presence prevented that.

All these friendly murmurs, united and mingled, began to give to the house an eventful appearance.

She lingered there until late, enjoying the cool air, and unwilling to terminate in sleep so eventful a day.

Chopin's life from 1843 to 1847 was too little eventful to lend itself to a chronologically progressive narrative.