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even1 British & World English

Flat and smooth

even2 British & World English

The end of the day; evening

Even British & World English

A member of an indigenous people living in the Kamchatka peninsula of eastern Siberia

even English Thesaurus

it is easier to print on an even surface

a worm will turn British & World English

(Even) a meek person will resist or retaliate if pushed too far

even as British & World English

At the very same time as

even if British & World English

Despite the possibility that; no matter whether

even so British & World English

In spite of that; nevertheless

even now British & World English

Now (or then) as well as before

get even British & World English

Inflict similar trouble or harm on someone to that which they have inflicted on oneself

even-aged British & World English

(Of woodland) composed of trees of approximately the same age

break even British & World English

Reach a point in a business venture when the profits are equal to the costs

break-even British & World English

The point or state at which a person or company breaks even

even though British & World English

Despite the fact that

even-handed British & World English

Fair and impartial in treatment or judgement

even money British & World English

(In betting) odds offering an equal chance of winning or losing, with the amount won being the same as the stake

even-steven British & World English

Used in reference to fair and equal competition or distribution of resources

even-handed English Thesaurus

teachers must have an even-handed approach towards both sexes

even-tempered British & World English

Not easily annoyed or made angry

even-tempered English Thesaurus

Russell was a gentle and even-tempered man

of even date British & World English

Of the same date

an even chance British & World English

An equal likelihood of success or failure

on an even keel British & World English

(Of a ship or aircraft) not listing or tilting to one side

even-toed ungulate British & World English

A hoofed mammal of an order which includes the ruminants, camels, pigs, and hippopotamuses. Mammals of this group have either two or four toes on each foot

honours are even British & World English

There is equality in the contest

even as in even1 British & World English

At the very same time as

even if in even1 British & World English

Despite the possibility that; no matter whether

even so in even1 British & World English

In spite of that; nevertheless

get even in even1 British & World English

Inflict similar trouble or harm on someone to that which they have inflicted on oneself

even now in even1 British & World English

Now (or then) as well as before

break even in break1 British & World English

Reach a point in a business venture when the profits are equal to the costs

tenor2 British & World English

A settled or prevailing character or direction, especially the course of a person’s life or habits

even though in even1 British & World English

Despite the fact that

evenfall British & World English

The onset of evening; dusk

evensong British & World English

(In the Christian Church) a service of evening prayers, psalms, and canticles, conducted according to a set form, especially that of the Anglican Church

an even chance in even1 British & World English

An equal likelihood of success or failure

even-stevens in even-steven British & World English

Used in reference to fair and equal competition or distribution of resources

parity1 British & World English

The property of a spatial wave equation that either remains the same (even parity) or changes sign (odd parity) under a given transformation

even now or then in even1 British & World English

Now (or then) as well as before

get or be even in even1 British & World English

Inflict similar trouble or harm on someone to that which they have inflicted on oneself

get even in even English Thesaurus

he has been wronged and he has sworn to get even

even as in even English Thesaurus

we laugh even as we empathize with his discomfort

even so in even English Thesaurus

I feel better, but the doubts persist even so


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