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  • n. The quality of being uneventful.


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uneventful +‎ -ness


  • At least traditional uneventfulness was maintained this year.

    Dan Bigmore: The State of the Game

  • For others, though, the day's uneventfulness was an occasion for the usual mockery and condescension.

    Apocalypse Now And Then

  • It was a groove that bridged the Atlantic with uneventfulness, so that the ship was not a ship in the midst of the sea, but a capacious, many-corridored hotel that moved swiftly and placidly, crushing the waves into submission with its colossal bulk until the sea was a mill-pond, monotonous with quietude.


  • "To the Sea," like many of its predecessors, starts with a bang-up track (the criminally hooky "You and Your Heart") and then settles in for a half-hour or so of benign uneventfulness.

    Jack Johnson's album ‘To the Sea,' reviewed by Allison Stewart

  • But after several minutes of uneventfulness, he cannot help but play provocateur.


  • What once bored me about the beach -- its uneventfulness -- is now the source of its appeal.

    Alex Henry: The Sea as Sanatorium

  • No. Relative uneventfulness characterized Bush's first 100 days.

    History's Verdict: What 100 Days Can Reveal

  • The uneventfulness of her outward circumstances belies the intensity of her interior life.

    Genius In Disguise

  • All of this begins to shift into something else altogether after around a half-hour of evenly paced uneventfulness, with the introduction of John's sinister, crazed brother Deel Josh Lucas, just out of prison and showing up unannounced after not having seen his brother in years.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • So ... yeah, I worked Friday, Saturday, Sunday ... relatively uneventfulness there.

    There Was A Penis Wand. Oh Yes.


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