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Synonyms for even
ˈi vən

This thesaurus page is about all possible synonyms, equivalent, same meaning and similar words for the term even.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. evening, eve, even, eventide(adj)

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

    "he enjoyed the evening light across the lake"

    eve, eventide, evening

    cross-grained, asymmetrical, unsteady, asymmetric, jagged, uneven, rippled, ragged, crinkled, patchy, scraggy, curly-grained, crinkly, unequal, out of true, wavelike, pebble-grained, untrue, wavy-grained, unparallel, lumpy, wavy, jaggy, odd, irregular

  2. even(adj)

    divisible by two

    fifty-fifty, tied(p), regular, level(p)

    wavelike, jagged, lumpy, crinkly, untrue, rippled, pebble-grained, uneven, cross-grained, odd, unparallel, wavy, wavy-grained, jaggy, out of true, crinkled, unequal, scraggy, curly-grained, asymmetrical, asymmetric, patchy, unsteady, irregular, ragged

  3. even, fifty-fifty(adj)

    equal in degree or extent or amount; or equally matched or balanced

    "even amounts of butter and sugar"; "on even terms"; "it was a fifty-fifty (or even) split"; "had a fifty-fifty (or even) chance"; "an even fight"

    fifty-fifty, tied(p), regular, level(p)

    irregular, pebble-grained, untrue, unparallel, lumpy, unsteady, scraggy, uneven, wavy-grained, wavelike, out of true, wavy, unequal, ragged, jagged, rippled, jaggy, asymmetric, crinkled, patchy, crinkly, asymmetrical, cross-grained, curly-grained, odd

  4. even(adj)

    being level or straight or regular and without variation as e.g. in shape or texture; or being in the same plane or at the same height as something else (i.e. even with)

    "an even application of varnish"; "an even floor"; "the road was not very even"; "the picture is even with the window"

    fifty-fifty, tied(p), regular, level(p)

    crinkled, curly-grained, uneven, wavelike, jagged, unparallel, ragged, unequal, rippled, asymmetrical, wavy, wavy-grained, unsteady, asymmetric, patchy, pebble-grained, crinkly, jaggy, scraggy, lumpy, out of true, irregular, untrue, cross-grained, odd

  5. even, regular(adj)

    symmetrically arranged

    "even features"; "regular features"; "a regular polygon"

    level(p), unconstipated, steady, fifty-fifty, veritable(a), regular, tied(p), regular(a)

    untrue, pebble-grained, asymmetrical, wavelike, unequal, irregular, cross-grained, wavy, jagged, out of true, crinkly, ragged, jaggy, asymmetric, crinkled, uneven, unsteady, odd, rippled, patchy, unparallel, scraggy, lumpy, curly-grained, wavy-grained

  6. even, regular(adj)

    occurring at fixed intervals

    "a regular beat"; "the even rhythm of his breathing"

    level(p), unconstipated, steady, fifty-fifty, veritable(a), regular, tied(p), regular(a)

    untrue, unparallel, lumpy, jaggy, out of true, uneven, unequal, pebble-grained, wavelike, odd, scraggy, asymmetrical, jagged, rippled, patchy, irregular, curly-grained, cross-grained, crinkly, wavy-grained, wavy, ragged, crinkled, asymmetric, unsteady

  7. tied(p), even, level(p)(verb)

    of the score in a contest

    "the score is tied"

    unsteady, wavelike, patchy, pebble-grained, cross-grained, unparallel, unequal, jagged, asymmetrical, rippled, out of true, uneven, irregular, scraggy, jaggy, untrue, odd, asymmetric, wavy, curly-grained, lumpy, ragged, crinkly, wavy-grained, crinkled

  8. flush, level, even out, even(verb)

    make level or straight

    "level the ground"

    redden, sluice, rase, level off, counterbalance, scour, take down, even out, dismantle, blush, tear down, raze, correct, even up, purge, point, pull down, charge, compensate, crimson, even off, make up, level, flush

    crinkly, ragged, cross-grained, unparallel, lumpy, out of true, irregular, uneven, unsteady, wavelike, patchy, curly-grained, jagged, asymmetric, wavy, asymmetrical, crinkled, rippled, unequal, jaggy, pebble-grained, untrue, odd, wavy-grained, scraggy

  9. even, even out(verb)

    become even or more even

    "even out the surface"

    make up, even off, level, counterbalance, even up, even out, compensate, correct, flush

    uneven, crinkled, untrue, odd, wavelike, lumpy, curly-grained, irregular, rippled, crinkly, unsteady, scraggy, unequal, asymmetrical, asymmetric, jaggy, out of true, wavy-grained, patchy, unparallel, pebble-grained, cross-grained, wavy, ragged, jagged

  10. even, even out(adverb)

    make even or more even

    make up, even off, level, counterbalance, even up, even out, compensate, correct, flush

    untrue, curly-grained, scraggy, jaggy, lumpy, crinkled, unequal, unparallel, uneven, patchy, rippled, wavy, pebble-grained, ragged, out of true, asymmetric, irregular, jagged, asymmetrical, wavelike, crinkly, wavy-grained, unsteady, odd, cross-grained

  11. even(adverb)

    used as an intensive especially to indicate something unexpected

    "even an idiot knows that"; "declined even to consider the idea"; "I don't have even a dollar!"

    yet, still

    lumpy, cross-grained, unequal, asymmetric, uneven, unparallel, pebble-grained, wavy, unsteady, ragged, crinkled, patchy, odd, wavelike, scraggy, irregular, curly-grained, out of true, jaggy, asymmetrical, rippled, jagged, untrue, wavy-grained, crinkly

  12. even(adverb)

    in spite of; notwithstanding

    "even when he is sick, he works"; "even with his head start she caught up with him"

    yet, still

    wavy, pebble-grained, unequal, lumpy, odd, crinkled, untrue, unsteady, unparallel, patchy, cross-grained, rippled, out of true, asymmetrical, wavy-grained, uneven, scraggy, ragged, wavelike, irregular, crinkly, curly-grained, jaggy, asymmetric, jagged

  13. even, yet, still(adverb)

    to a greater degree or extent; used with comparisons

    "looked sick and felt even worse"; "an even (or still) more interesting problem"; "still another problem must be solved"; "a yet sadder tale"

    yet, stock-still, withal, thus far, so far, nonetheless, up to now, til now, still, until now, notwithstanding, however, all the same, nevertheless, hitherto, as yet, in time, heretofore, even so

    uneven, untrue, crinkly, unparallel, unequal, scraggy, asymmetric, wavy, patchy, wavy-grained, asymmetrical, out of true, irregular, lumpy, jagged, curly-grained, ragged, pebble-grained, unsteady, odd, jaggy, crinkled, wavelike, cross-grained, rippled

  14. even(adverb)

    to the full extent

    "loyal even unto death"

    yet, still

    lumpy, irregular, asymmetrical, jagged, uneven, wavy, patchy, out of true, ragged, unparallel, rippled, unsteady, crinkly, unequal, crinkled, wavelike, asymmetric, scraggy, curly-grained, untrue, pebble-grained, jaggy, odd, wavy-grained, cross-grained


  1. even(1)

    Flat and level.

    Clear out those rocks. The surface must be even.

    level, uniform, flat


  2. even(1)

    Without great variation.

    Despite her fear, she spoke in an even voice.


  3. even(1)

    Convenient for rounding other numbers to; for example, ending in a zero.


  4. even(1)

    On equal monetary terms; neither owing or being owed.


  5. even(3)


  6. even(3)

    evening, een

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. even

    Horizontal signifies in the direction of or parallel to the horizon. For practical purposes level and horizontal are identical, tho level, as the more popular word, is more loosely used of that which has no especially noticeable elevations or inequalities; as, a level road. Flat, according to its derivation from the Anglo-Saxon flet, a floor, applies to a surface only, and, in the first and most usual sense, to a surface that is horizontal or level in all directions; a line may be level, a floor is flat; flat is also applied in a derived sense to any plane surface without irregularities or elevations, as a picture may be painted on the flat surface of a perpendicular wall. Plane applies only to a surface, and is used with more mathematical exactness than flat. The adjective plain, originally the same word as plane, is now rarely used except in the figurative senses, but the original sense appears in the noun, as we speak of "a wide plain." We speak of a horizontal line, a flat morass, a level road, a plain country, a plane surface (especially in the scientific sense). That which is level may not be even, and that which is even may not be level; a level road may be very rough; a slope may be even.

    flat, horizontal, level, plain, plane

    broken, hilly, inclined, irregular, rolling, rough, rugged, slanting, sloping, uneven

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. even

    level, smooth, uniform, equable, plain, flush, well-balanced, equal

    inclined, abrupt, rugged, variable, uneven

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. even(n.)

    evening, eve

  2. even(a.)

    smooth, level, plane, flat

  3. even(a.)

    uniform, equable, equal, calm, ruffled, unsteady

  4. even(a.)

    on a level, on the same level

  5. even(a.)

    fair, just, equitable

  6. even(a.)

    divisible by two, not odd

  7. even(ad.)

    exactly, verily, just

  8. even(ad.)

    at the very time

  9. even(ad.)

    likewise, in like manner, not only so, but also

  10. even(ad.)

    strange to say

  11. even(ad.)

    so much as

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. even(a)

    plane, level, flush, flat, smooth, equable, uniform, unvarying

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases:

    same, still, yet, also, pat, including, well, net, indeed, until, till, too, again, so, similar, already, aun, actually, further, même

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How to use even in a sentence?

  1. Cindy Hipps:

    After that class I felt better about it, they said kids in frats have better time-management skills .... those kids had higher grade-point averages. All the things a mother wants to hear, I heard. I convinced his dad to let him do it. Never once did I even feel like the child would be harmed in any way.

  2. Intelligence Director James Clapper:

    I think that within the community he's viewed very negatively. Even though a lot of the people who were around when all of this happened have left the community. But there's still I think an institutional memory of it and it's quite negative.

  3. Andrew Schneider:

    Marriage. It's a hard term to define. Especially for me--I've ducked it like root canal. Still there's no denying the fact that marriage ranks right up there with birth and death as one of the three biggies in the human safari. It's the only one though that we'll celebrate with a conscious awareness. Very few of you remember your arrival and even fewer of you will attend your own funeral.

  4. Donald Trump:

    Tell your congregation that... we have 350 million people in our country. They're proud Americans, and they respect what we're doing, even those that you don't think so much, like us, respect us, want to be with us, they're respecting our fight. And we are in a fight. Religion in this country and religion all over the world, certain religions in particular, are under siege. We won't let that happen.

  5. Samantha Grant:

    My brother is out there acting like he’s the spokesman of the family, he is estranged from my dad because he sold my dad out to photographers from my uncle’s house and tried to get my fragile uncle to talk. He gave up my dad’s whereabouts. In other words, all those rumors out there started by my brother. He claimed he would walk Meg down the aisle. That’s more malarkey than I could even imagine to articulate.

Translations for even

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  • vlak, gelyk, selfs, nog, aandAfrikaans
  • حتى, بلArabic
  • тигеҙ, йоп, хатта, теүәлBashkir
  • плосък, равен, четен, еднообразен, гладък, даже, равно, еднакво, изравнявам, дори, вечерBulgarian
  • zokenBreton
  • pla, parell, igual, encara, fins i totCatalan, Valencian
  • rovný, sudý, i, vůbec, ještě, večerCzech
  • eben, gerade, noch, sogar, auch, selbstGerman
  • ακόμη καιGreek
  • ebena, egala, eĉEsperanto
  • uniforme, par, parejo, constante, igual, llano, aun, tarde, allanar, hasta, inclusoSpanish
  • هنوز, حتیPersian
  • tasainen, parillinen, jopa, tasoittaa, vielä, edesFinnish
  • uniforme, pair, paire, plat, régulier, monotone, exactement, même, complètement, niveler, aplatir, égaliser, voire, encoreFrench
  • fiúIrish
  • cunbhalach, cothromach, cothrom, eadhonScottish Gaelic
  • até, incluso, nin, nin sequera, aíndaGalician
  • חלק, שווה, זוגי, ערב, אפילוHebrew
  • सम, और भीHindi
  • egyenletes, egyenlő, páros, még, egyenget, kiegyenlít, még haHungarian
  • հարթ, հավասար, զույգ, նույնիսկArmenian
  • rata, bahkanIndonesian
  • memIdo
  • jafn, slétturIcelandic
  • pari, sera, spianare, esattamente, completamente, ancheItalian
  • אפילוHebrew
  • 平, 偶数, にも, も, さえJapanese
  • ლუწი, კიGeorgian
  • vesper, etiamLatin
  • geruedLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
  • irLithuanian
  • pāra, patLatvian
  • рамномерен, рамен, парен, мазен, баш, токму, дуриMacedonian
  • genap, rataMalay
  • တောင်Burmese
  • til og med, enda, selv, sågarNorwegian
  • even, gelijkmatige, paar, vlak, gelijke, gelijk, vlakke, gelijkmatig, avondstond, platmaken, evenen, nog, gelijkmaken, zelfsDutch
  • enda, jamvel, endåtil, sjølv, til og medNorwegian Nynorsk
  • ndiNavajo, Navaho
  • jednolity, parzysty, gładki, równy, równomierny, płaski, jednostajny, nawet, poranek, wyrównać, jeszczePolish
  • uniforme, quite, par, plano, constante, nivelado, padronizado, uniformizar, mesmo, nivelar, igualmente, ainda, completamente, até, nem sequer, exatamente, padronizar, igualarPortuguese
  • pară, egal, par, plat, chiarRomanian
  • однообразный, равномерный, одинаковый, гладкий, чётный, плоский, равный, ровный, даже, вечер, вообще, выравнивать, ровнять, точно, ещё, ровноRussian
  • pȃran, па̑ранSerbo-Croatian
  • párnySlovak
  • sod, celóSlovene
  • jämn, flat, plan, slät, stadig, platt, till och med, än, plana ut, kväll, ännu, jämna, platta till, ens, afton, jämna ut, än nu, ävenSwedish
  • సరి, చదునైనTelugu
  • çift, da, bile, dahiTurkish
  • اور بھیUrdu
  • bằngVietnamese
  • אפילוYiddish

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