uneventful

[uhn-i-vent-fuhl]
adjective
not eventful; lacking in important or striking occurrences: an uneventful day at the office.

Origin:
1790–1800; un-1 + eventful

uneventfully, adverb
uneventfulness, noun


quiet, routine, ordinary, usual.
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uneventful (ˌʌnɪˈvɛntfʊl)
 
adj
ordinary, routine, or quiet
 
une'ventfully
 
adv
 
une'ventfulness
 
n

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uneventful
1800, from un- (1) "not" + eventful (see event).
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Example sentences
The swim back across the lagoon is uneventful, even refreshing compared with the open lake.
Other than that observation, the flight was rather uneventful.
It's not a long flight, and it's usually uneventful.
After fourteen years at the firm, an unbelievably joyous event finally came into my quiet uneventful life.
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