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non•e•vent



Pronunciation: (non"i-vent'), [key]
n.
1. an event or situation that is anticipated but does not occur or occurs with much less than the expected impact, esp. one that has been widely publicized; anticlimax.
2. an occurrence of only superficial interest or content; a dull or insignificant occasion.

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