Having a horizontal surface; flat: an even floor. (adjective)
Having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations; smooth. See Synonyms at level. (adjective)
Being in the same plane or line; parallel: The picture is even with the window. (adjective)
Having no variations or fluctuations; uniform: the even rhythm of his breathing. (adjective)
Of uniform distribution: an even application of varnish. (adjective)
Placid; calm: an even temperament. (adjective)
Equal or identical in degree, extent, or amount: Use even amounts of butter and sugar. (adjective)
Equally matched or balanced: an even fight. (adjective)
Just; fair: an even bargain. (adjective)
Having nothing due on either side; square: If we each take half, then we'll be even. (adjective)
Having exacted full revenge. (adjective)
Having equal probability; as likely as not: an even chance of winning. (adjective)
Sports Having an equal score: The teams are even at halftime. (adjective)
Sports Being equal for each opponent. Used of a score. (adjective)
Mathematics Exactly divisible by 2. (adjective)
Mathematics Characterized or indicated by a number exactly divisible by 2. (adjective)
Having an even number in a sequence. (adjective)
Having an even number of members. (adjective)
Having an exact amount, extent, or number; precise: an even pound; an even foot. (adjective)
To a greater degree or extent. Used as an intensive with comparative adjectives and adverbs: Looked sick and felt even worse. (adverb)
Indeed; moreover. Used as an intensive: He was depressed, even suicidal. Even a child knows better. (adverb)
Used as an intensive to indicate something that is unexpected: declined even to consider the idea. (adverb)
At the same time as; already; just: Even as we watched, the building collapsed. (adverb)
To a degree that extends; fully: loyal even unto death. (adverb)
Exactly; precisely: It was even as he said: the jewel was gone. (adverb)
To make or become even. (verb-transitive)
on an even keel In a stable or unimpaired state: "There was good reason to keep relations with Washington on an even keel” ( Helen Kitchen). (idiom)
Archaic Evening. (noun)
Examples of word even
Jesus tells his followers that he expects them to be even more generous than the Mosaic law requires: Be ye perfect, he says, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.
I'm telling you, even though they say, it's no equal ߞeven though the job say it's equal employment, it's inside you don't know.
By even is meant that the individual ends and picks used should be _even_ and not full of knots, or of any foreign matter.
Georgie, you do not need to remind me; my spirit is a part of yours, and can never be separated nor dissolved even through all eternity; _no, not even_ though you treat me as you do; even though you became the wife of another you cannot divorce our spirits.
At length, new circumstances, more general, more influential, and more extensive, reached even to them, even to the lowest of them, according to the worlds scale.