Events [noun]

Definition of Events:

occurrence, happening

Opposite/Antonyms of Events:

Sentence/Example of Events:

According to CNN, the event will be hosted by Anderson Cooper and feature a socially distanced live audience.

The event offered a unique opportunity to study how different types of wetlands survive a big storm.

Similar to the iridium layer at the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary that marks the detonation of the 6-mile-wide asteroid, it is a signal that is both global and unambiguous in the events it represents.

Previously, Arctaris spoke at events produced by HelpedHope.

We’ll have to wait a little longer than usual for the new iPhone this year, but Apple is still throwing a Fall event to show off some new products in the iPad and Watch families.

Hurricane Sally is now a Category 1 storm, but is expected to bring a “historic flood event” to coastal Alabama and the western Florida panhandle.

The public should also be given information about how to completely and accurately report adverse events related to excipients.

“As a utility and organization, we’re already preparing for these events before the National Weather Service has put out advisories,” said Brain D’Agostino, the utility’s director of fire science and adaptation.

The event was intended to build trust but highlighted the poor state of police relations in North County’s most populous city.

During these events, we’ve connected with a diverse group of individuals, from a professor living in Macau to a university student studying in Mumbai.