Eventlessly vs Eventless - What's the difference?

eventlessly | eventless | Derived terms |

Eventlessly is a derived term of eventless.


As an adverb eventlessly

is without any major event; uneventfully.

As an adjective eventless is

without events; uneventful.

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eventlessly

English

Adverb

(-)
  • Without any major event; uneventfully.
  • * 1870 , Lucius O'Brien Blake, Rich and Rare (page 189)
  • The few next days passed eventlessly by, or at least as eventlessly as days can pass to visitors in Home.

    eventless

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Without events; uneventful.
  • * (Roger Ebert)
  • Life on board the Discovery is presented as a long, eventless routine of exercise, maintenance checks, and chess games with HAL.

    Derived terms

    * eventlessly * eventlessness