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Eve

iːv

Meanings of Eve:

noun

The day or period of time immediately before an event or occasion.

Usage examples:

On the eve of her departure he gave her a little parcel
proper noun

(in the bible) the first woman, companion of adam and mother of cain and abel.

Meanings of Evected:

adjective

Turned outwards; everted.

Meanings of Evection:

noun

Regular variation in the eccentricity of the moon's orbit around the earth, caused mainly by the sun's attraction.

Meanings of Evectional:

adjective

Of or relating to the evection of the moon.

Even

eɪˈvɛn

Meanings of Even:

adjective

Flat and smooth.

Usage examples:

Prepare the site, then lay an even bed of mortar
verb

Make or become even.

Usage examples:

She cut the hair again to even up the ends
adverb

Used to emphasize something surprising or extreme.

Usage examples:

They have never even heard of the united states
noun

The end of the day; evening.

Usage examples:

Bring it to my house this even

Meanings of Even steven:

adjective

Evenly matched.

Usage examples:

The race was an even-steven affair
adverb

So as to be evenly or fairly matched or distributed.

Usage examples:

I split the money with my wife even-steven

Meanings of Even-as:

phrase

At the same time as

Usage examples:

I tried to reason with him, but even as i started to explain what had happened he stood up to leave…

Even-handed

ˌiː.vənˈhæn.dɪd

Meanings of Even-handed:

adjective

Fair to everyone involved

Usage examples:

Even-handed coverage of a volatile issue

Even-handedly

ˌiː.vənˈhæn.dɪd.li

Meanings of Even-handedly:

adverb

In a way that treats everyone fairly and equally

Usage examples:

He must order the police to act even-handedly to stop the violence., the rules must be applied even…

Meanings of Even-if:

idiom

Whether or not

Usage examples:

Even if you apologize, she still may not forgive you.

Meanings of Even-now:

phrase

Despite something

Usage examples:

I've thought about it so much, but even now i can't believe how lucky i was to survive the accident…

Meanings of Even-out:

phrasal verb

To become regular or equal, or to make something do this

Usage examples:

Adding money to your portfolio a little at a time will even out a lot of unpredictable fluctuations…

Meanings of Even-so:

Although it is true

Usage examples:

The phone system has improved, but even so, there are still very few houses with phones.
phrase

In spite of that; nevertheless.

Usage examples:

Not the most exciting of places, but even so i was having a good time

Even-tempered

ˌiː.vənˈtem.pəd

Meanings of Even-tempered:

adjective

Always calm and never angry or too excited about anything

Meanings of Even-though:

idiom

Despite the fact that

Usage examples:

Even though he never completed college, he runs a successful software company.

Even-up

ˈiː.vən

Meanings of Even-up:

phrasal verb

To make something equal

Usage examples:

Lori was doing her best to even up the contest., her appointment should even up the balance of opin…

Meanings of Even-with:

idiom

To do something equally bad to someone who has done something bad to you

Evened

ˈiː.vən

Meanings of Evened:

verb

Make or become even.

Usage examples:

She cut the hair again to even up the ends
adjective

Flat and smooth.

Usage examples:

Prepare the site, then lay an even bed of mortar
adverb

Used to emphasize something surprising or extreme.

Usage examples:

They have never even heard of the united states
noun

The end of the day; evening.

Usage examples:

Bring it to my house this even

Evener

ˈiːv(ə)n

Meanings of Evener:

adjective

Flat and smooth.

Usage examples:

Prepare the site, then lay an even bed of mortar
verb

Make or become even.

Usage examples:

She cut the hair again to even up the ends
adverb

Used to emphasize something surprising or extreme.

Usage examples:

They have never even heard of the united states
noun

The end of the day; evening.

Usage examples:

Bring it to my house this even

Evenest

ˈiːv(ə)n

Meanings of Evenest:

adjective

Flat and smooth.

Usage examples:

Prepare the site, then lay an even bed of mortar
verb

Make or become even.

Usage examples:

She cut the hair again to even up the ends
adverb

Used to emphasize something surprising or extreme.

Usage examples:

They have never even heard of the united states
noun

The end of the day; evening.

Usage examples:

Bring it to my house this even

Meanings of Evenfall:

noun

The onset of evening; dusk.

Usage examples:

He kindles his lamp at evenfall

Meanings of Evenfalls:

noun

The onset of evening; dusk.

Usage examples:

He kindles his lamp at evenfall

Meanings of Evenglome:

noun

Twilight, dusk; gloaming.

Meanings of Evenhanded:

adjective

Fair and impartial in treatment or judgement.

Usage examples:

An even-handed approach to industrial relations

Evenhandedly

ˌiː.vənˈhæn.dɪd.li

Meanings of Evenhandedly:

adverb

In a way that treats everyone fairly and equally

Usage examples:

He must order the police to act even-handedly to stop the violence., the rules must be applied even…

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