eventful : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a full of events or incidents
the most exhausting and eventful day of my life
- s having important issues or results
an eventful decision
- In 1991, one of the most eventful years of this century, the world witnessed the dramatic and transforming impact on those events of live television by satellite.
- His life was eventful long before then.
- The new findings come at the end of an eventful year for massage-therapy research.
- Gregg Popovich in USA Today
Not what you would hope for,Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said with a tired smile late Tuesday afternoon at the team's hotel in suburban Santa Monica. "Mechanical problem, no mechanic, then no plane, no hotel. Eventful, strange, weird....
- Lewis Hamilton in SI.com
It's been an eventful weekend and quite emotional for all the team,Hamilton said. "With all the drama all weekend it would have been easy to lose focus. We came here with a great package and still wasn't sure we could stay ahead of the...
- Jurgen Klinsmann in USA Today
Of course, I am very disappointed at the moment,Klinsmann said, thanking the club, its fans and employees for "an eventful time."