Definition of eventfulness in English:



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  • ‘The movement of information into knowledge, whether fiction or nonfiction, is never stable and in a temporally and visually dynamic environment it is this eventfulness that will teach us what we should be doing.’
  • ‘Taken together these events are often glossed as ‘country’: country tells what is happening; it announces its own patterned eventfulness and invites engagement.’
  • ‘Despite the eventfulness of this weekend I find my train of thought returning again and again to one topic; monkey pox.’
  • ‘To a journalist on duty, the trip was already showing signs of eventfulness.’
  • ‘The eventfulness of the day, however, wasn't necessarily on the course as much as it was above it.’