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Adjective
Without significant variation
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“Loft and cavity wall insulation can help create an even temperature in your home.”
Adjective
Having an even surface with no roughness, bumps, or holes
“We will need an even surface to paint on.”
Adjective
Being exact or precise in amount, number, or extent
“After careful planning, Betty had decided that the most the old house could hold at one time, would be an even dozen.”
Adjective
(of a person's temper or disposition) Calm and composed
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mumUK
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“Clearly possessed of an even disposition, he shook off the desperate attempts to rankle him with aplomb.”
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Having identical attributes, characteristics, amounts, or qualities
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“Some argue that things could be greatly improved through a more even distribution of resources.”
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Being balanced or on equal terms
“It was a great contest and scores were even at the main break.”
Adjective
Fair, just or impartial
“Everyone will start on an even playing field.”
Adjective
Having only one color
Adjective
In detail, describing each step precisely and in order
Adjective
Having a slow, regular rhythm
Adjective
(of a game or contest) With evenly matched competitors (as per the score or result)
Adjective
Marked by moderate behavior not given to excesses
Adjective
Smooth, clear, and shiny, like glass
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Strictly regulated
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Adjective
(of a path) In a straight line and, as a corollary, the shortest and quickest
Adverb
Used to intensify a comparative adjective or adverb
“The weather became even colder.”
Adverb
Used to emphasize something surprising or extreme
“I cannot even begin to fathom what you just said.”
Adverb
Not merely what was stated, but also
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“She is too afraid, even ashamed, to ask for help.”
Adverb
Though it may seem strange or unlikely
Even the best writers sometimes face rejection too.”
Adverb
(archaic) To an absolute extent or degree
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“I fulfilled my duties even as I had promised.”
Adverb
In spite of what preceded
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In addition
Adverb
In any way, any extent or any degree
Adverb
More precisely
Verb
To make level or equal in amount, degree, or status
“Their goal was to even the imbalance between what is offered online and what consumers can buy in real life.”
Verb
To make or give a flat and even surface to
“It doesn't take long at all to even out the sheets and position the pillows.”
Verb
To line up or arrange next to
Verb
To recompense or award someone in return for something done or given
Noun
(archaic, poetic) The time of the day between dusk and night
“When sparkling stars twire not, thou gild'st the even.”
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