uneventfully


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un·e·vent·ful

 (ŭn′ĭ-vĕnt′fəl)
adj.
1. Lacking in significant events.
2. Occurring without disruption.

un′e·vent′ful·ly adv.
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Adv.1.uneventfully - in an uneventful manneruneventfully - in an uneventful manner; "the space shuttle landed uneventfully"
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Translations

uneventfully

[ˈʌnɪˈventfʊlɪ] ADV the days passed uneventfullylos días pasaban sin pena ni gloria
the race progressed uneventfully until the fifth lapla carrera transcurrió sin incidentes hasta la quinta vuelta
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uneventfully

[ˌʌnɪˈvɛntfʊli] advsans incident
fairly uneventfully → sans incident majeur
The five years at that school passed fairly uneventfully → Les cinq années dans cette école se passèrent sans incident majeur.
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uneventfully

advereignislos
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References in classic literature ?
Neither of the girls knew how long the minutes followed each other uneventfully, before there was a change.
It had begun so uneventfully, so precisely like a hundred other evenings, with Nana putting on the water for Michael's bath and carrying him to it on her back.
The next few days passed uneventfully. The sea was quiet.
The night passed quietly and uneventfully. The next morning I set forth by the public conveyance for Amsterdam.
The remainder of the day passed uneventfully. The young slip of a gale, having wetted our gills, proceeded to moderate.
The day passed and nothing happened; the evening and the night followed, placidly and uneventfully. Monday came, a cloudless, lovely day; Monday confirmed the captain's assertion that the marriage was a certainty.
In the double relation of teacher and friend to little Blanche, the girlhood of Anne Silvester the younger passed safely, happily, uneventfully, in the modest sanctuary of home.
One by one the minutes succeeded each other uneventfully in the deep tranquillity of the night.
"The same aircraft and crew thereafter operated uneventfully after a delay of 40 minutes," the statement said.
The flight landed uneventfully in Toronto and passengers and crew were safely disembarked.
"Having successfully and uneventfully summitted the Inaccessible Pinnacle at Sgurr Dearg, I was walking back out to the car park at Glen Brittle," said Mr Bell.
"He's off all medication, is walking well, there are no issues with the implants and the bone is healing uneventfully.