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despite

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all the more

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so much as

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equally matched

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square

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even as

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even so

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even something out

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even something up

even the score

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get even

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having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

on the same plane or line

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agreeing exactly in value, quantity, or effect

just to all parties

owing or being owed nothing

neither favorable or unfavorable

being an exact amount or number

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to a more extreme degree

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not just this but also

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in an exact manner

to make even, smooth, or level

to make equal

the period between afternoon and nighttime

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the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall)

make level or straight

become even or more even

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divisible by two

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equal in degree or extent or amount

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being level or straight or regular and without variation as e.g. in shape or texture

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symmetrically arranged

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occurring at fixed intervals

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of the score in a contest

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to a greater degree or extent

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References in classic literature ?
Jennings, to the Middletons, he has been long and intimately known; they equally love and respect him; and even my own knowledge of him, though lately acquired, is very considerable; and so highly do I value and esteem him, that if Marianne can be happy with him, I shall be as ready as yourself to think our connection the greatest blessing to us in the world.
But, on examination, I found that, as for logic, its syllogisms and the majority of its other precepts are of avail- rather in the communication of what we already know, or even as the art of Lully, in speaking without judgment of things of which we are ignorant, than in the investigation of the unknown; and although this science contains indeed a number of correct and very excellent precepts, there are, nevertheless, so many others, and these either injurious or superfluous, mingled with the former, that it is almost quite as difficult to effect a severance of the true from the false as it is to extract a Diana or a Minerva from a rough block of marble.
Well, then, if you did, depend upon it, Fernand picked it up, and either copied it or caused it to be copied; perhaps, even, he did not take the trouble of recopying it.
Not Mars himself the lord of hosts, nor yet Minerva, even in their fullest fury could make light of such a battle.
Yes; even if a gentleman should lose his whole substance, he must never give way to annoyance.
Smooth-it-away, he assured me that the difficulties of this passage, even in its worst condition, had been vastly exaggerated, and that, in its present state of improvement, I might consider myself as safe as on any railroad in Christendom.
All that was potent for evil in bird or beast, or even in fish.
He lived almost entirely in a little room that was in the very centre of the enormous labyrinth of all the other rooms, and even in this he erected another sort of central cabin or cupboard, lined with steel, like a safe or a battleship.
Knowing that Denisov had a reputation even in Poland for the masterly way in which he danced the mazurka, Nicholas ran up to Natasha:
They were evidently having the best of good times, while she was horribly bored by Charlie Sloane, who talked unbrokenly on, and never, even by accident, said one thing that was worth listening to.
Even as he did so, there came a faint knocking at the door.
It is even probable that, if Cornelius had obtained his full liberty, with permission to go wherever he liked, the prison, with Rosa and his bulbs, would have appeared to him preferable to any other habitation in the world without Rosa and his bulbs.
Josie said I looked as if I hadn't slept a wink and she didn't believe I was strong enough to stand the grind of the teacher's course even if I did get through.
Did he not fondle and cuddle the little one with even as great a show of affection as Teeka herself displayed?
Troubles enough lay ahead of her--the loss of friends and of social advantages, the agony, the supreme agony, of motherhood, which is even yet not a matter of common knowledge.