eventless


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e·vent

(ĭ-vĕnt′)
n.
1.
a. Something that takes place, especially a significant occurrence. See Synonyms at occurrence.
b. A social gathering or activity: The fundraising event was held in the ballroom.
2. Sports A contest in a sports competition, such as a meet: swimming events.
3. Physics A phenomenon or occurrence located at a single point in spacetime, regarded as the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory.
4. Archaic A final result; an outcome.
Idioms:
at all events
In any case.
in any event
In any case: In any event, the audience seemed pleased with your performance.
in the event
If it should happen; in case: In the event of an emergency, call 911.

[Latin ēventus, from past participle of ēvenīre, to happen : ē-, ex-, ex- + venīre, to come; see gwā- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

e·vent′less adj.

eventless

(ɪˈvɛntləs)
adj
without any event or incident worth noting
References in classic literature ?
He had all the sensations of a man who is awakened from a dream of Paradise to face the dull tortures of a dreary and eventless life.
The wicked strike, which flew past Chelsea's Hedvig Lindahl, was enough to seal it after a rather close and eventless first 90 minutes.
The Official History of the Staffordshire Yeomanry recalls: "It was a rough crossing but, apart from a certain amount of seasickness, an eventless one.
After a barren and eventless first quarter, England drew first blood in the 25th minute when Will Calnan deflected in a high ball from skipper Phil Roper from the left flank.
(A balance and stillness derived from the Tao Te Ching, a work Le Guin translated, is central to her work, lending a motionlessness and sometimes eventless quality to her fiction that frustrates some readers.)
His tenure of Prime Ministership for ten years was eventless. Important files of Government of India would go to her place for processing and then to Manmohan Singh for mere signatures.
The rest of her hospitalization was eventless, and she was discharged on metformin and gliclazide.
But the way it unfolds/evolves is always already in its "seed." This understanding sees entelechy as an eventless process.
Recovery from anesthesia was eventless in all cases.
He was born at term (3800 g) following an eventless pregnancy.
The patient was eventless postoperatively.{Figure 1}