uneventful

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un- +‎ eventful.

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uneventful (comparative more uneventful, superlative most uneventful)

  1. monotonous; lacking significant or noteworthy events
    • 2016 August 31, Rashmee Roshan Lall, “Nationalism is the new normal in global politics”, in The National[1]:
      Even in Austria, a largely uneventful democracy, the far right Freedom Party has achieved startling electoral success on the strength of its ability to play up people’s suspicions and anger that "everything is rigged" and that the system is weighted to discount the popular will.

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