Synonyms of even in English:

even


See definition of even

adjective

1‘it is easier to print on an even surface’

SYNONYMS
flat, smooth, uniform, featureless, unbroken, undamaged, unwrinkled
level, levelled, plane, flush, true
informal flat as a pancake, as flat as a pancake
technical planar
rare homaloidal
ANTONYMS

uneven, bumpy

2‘electric fan ovens have a more even temperature than gas’

SYNONYMS
uniform, constant, steady, stable, consistent, changeless, unvarying, unchanging, unwavering, unfluctuating, unaltering, regular
ANTONYMS

variable, irregular

3‘all participants are given an even chance’

SYNONYMS
equal, the same, much the same, identical, like, alike, similar, to the same degree, comparable, commensurate, corresponding, parallel, on a par, on an equal footing, evenly matched
informal even-steven, even-stevens
ANTONYMS

unequal

4‘he played a perfect ball to keep the score even’

SYNONYMS
level, drawn, tied, all square, balanced, on a par, on an equal footing
neck and neck, nip and tuck, with nothing to choose between them
British level pegging
informal even-steven, even-stevens
ANTONYMS

unequal, uneven

5‘the child was of an even disposition’

SYNONYMS
even-tempered, well balanced, stable, equable, placid, serene, calm, composed, poised, tranquil, cool, cool, calm, and collected, cool-headed, relaxed, easy, imperturbable, unexcitable, unruffled, unflustered, unagitated, unworried, untroubled, unbothered
informal together, laid-back, unflappable, unfazed
rare equanimous
ANTONYMS

moody, excitable


verb

1‘the canal bottom was evened out’

SYNONYMS
flatten, make flat, make level, level, level off, level out, smooth, smooth out, smooth off, make flush, plane, make uniform, make regular

2‘the union wants to even up the differences in wages’

SYNONYMS
equalize, make equal, make even, make level, level up, make the same, balance, square
make uniform, make comparable, standardize, regularize
rare equilibrize

adverb

1‘the weather became even colder’

SYNONYMS
still, yet, more so, all the more, all the greater, to a greater extent

2‘even the best hitters missed the ball’

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surprisingly, unexpectedly, paradoxically, though it may seem strange, believe it or not, as it happens

3‘she is too afraid, even ashamed, to ask for help’

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indeed, you could say, possibly, more precisely, veritably, in truth, actually, or rather, nay

4‘she couldn't even afford the essentials’

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so much as, hardly, barely, scarcely

Phrases

    get even

    ‘he has been wronged and he has sworn to get even’


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    informal


    even as

    ‘we laugh even as we empathize with his discomfort’


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    even so

    ‘I feel better, but the doubts persist even so’


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    informal


    archaic