Etymology
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eventful (adj.)

c. 1600, from event + -ful. According to OED, it is in Shakespeare, once ("As You Like It"), and there is no record of it between then and Johnson's "Dictionary." Related: Eventfully; eventfulness. Eventless is attested from 1815.

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Definitions of eventful

eventful (adj.)
full of events or incidents;
the most exhausting and eventful day of my life
eventful (adj.)
having important issues or results;
an eventful decision
Synonyms: consequential
From wordnet.princeton.edu