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- adv. In an uneventful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an uneventful manner; so as to be without striking occurrences.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an uneventful manner
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The day started uneventfully, that is if you don't count the feeling of bad luck, from the beginping.
The two following days passed uneventfully, that is to say the travellers met with no adventure specially worth recording.
We went deer hunting the year before, uneventfully.
Dewayne Robertson 4th overall in 2003 started 75 games, albeit uneventfully.
Gideon sank uneventfully, except for the water pressure, which hit him like a pair of ice picks in his eardrums.
No surprises in Kentucky: The field is set for the 2011 governor's race in Kentucky, as the state's filing deadline passed uneventfully on Tuesday.
Until Feustel's eye irritation, everything had been unfolding uneventfully 220 miles up, a relief for the spacewalkers who struggled with loose bolts during Sunday's excursion.
It is hard to imagine that such a glorious soldier died in such an inglorious way, so uneventfully.
The first three meetings went by uneventfully, the summaries suggest, with panelists absorbing the blizzard of paper supplied by government staffers.
The new millennium had begun uneventfully; the anticipated worldwide computer crash had not occurred.