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- v. to become more even
- v. to make more even
- v. to become more equal
- v. to make more equal
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. become even or more even
- v. make even or more even
- v. make level or straight
- v. adjust for
Sorry, no etymologies found.
H ands nipple high, palms up toward the night sky, Bruce Collamore started talking before the cops were even out of their car.
The strong-room door was ajar and there was a light within, a fact which might not have been so very astonishing even out of office hours had he not carried the only official key in his pocket.
They were fighting over the unearned before it was even out of her hands.
And then he said we had hurt him, and we said we were only in fun, and he said if we were he wasn't, and ill feeling might have grown up even out of a playful brotherly act like ours had been, only Alice chucked the Halma and said:
But even out of the mouths of their soundest reasoners it is easy to demonstrate the futility, the impalpability of their axioms in general.
I use Nars Ginger Concealer under my eyes and to even out any splotches.
Therefore if you occasionally lapse into sin, do not lose heart and cease trying to advance, for God will draw good even out of our falls, like the merchant who sells theriac, who first takes poison, then the theriac, to prove the power of his elixir.
You're not even out of jail a full morning and you're tappin 'me already.