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uneventful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuneventfulun‧e‧vent‧ful /ˌʌnɪˈventfəl◂/ adjective  BORINGwith nothing exciting or unusual happening Annie led a quiet uneventful life. The journey was uneventful.uneventfully adverbuneventfulness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
uneventfulOur trip up to New England was uneventful.But most nights it was quiet and uneventful.The balance of the day was uneventful.Otherwise, the Grammy telecast was smooth and uneventful, awkward at times.The journey had not been entirely uneventful, I discovered later.It tends to be uneventful, its often prolonged sequence of steps suggesting enforcement by attrition.But if the mission is uneventful, the biggest danger is that we might let down our guard, get complacent.We take an uneventful trip to the lake.Shortly before this, however, fate took a hand in the so far uneventful war of Second Lieutenant Stirling.
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