Eventful and Fateful


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Eventful adjective – Having great meaning or lasting effect.
Usage example: the first moon landing was universally regarded as an eventful moment in human history

Fateful is a synonym for eventful in exciting topic. In some cases you can use "Fateful" instead an adjective "Eventful", when it comes to topics like momentous, significant.
Nearby Words: event, eventless
Synonyms for Eventful


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Fateful adjective – Bringing about ruin or misfortune.
Eventful is a synonym for fateful in significant topic. You can use "Eventful" instead an adjective "Fateful".
Nearby Words: fate, fated
Synonyms for Fateful

Things that words describes

return eventful return fateful return
demise eventful demise fateful demise
incident eventful incident fateful incident
chase eventful chase fateful chase
Other nouns: trip, journey, night, year, day, afternoon, days, hours.

Both words in one sentence

  • In Kim Possible, we have the fateful meeting of Kim and Ron the first day of Pre-K, and the equally eventful typo on a computer that resulted in them becoming world-saving heroes.
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