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even out

verb as in average

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verb as in level

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That would have had her free before her son was even out of high school rather than still serving a 20-year term.

One growing concern in Jordan is that Syrians will start pushing Jordanians out of their jobs and even out of their homes.

I was using a little 35mm camera so even out there swimming right on top of them you still got the whole scene.

We're not even out of the Middlebury College parking lot before the anxieties begin to manifest.

When one of the babies knocked the other one over (gently), the laughter turned into something more raucous, even out of control.

Cochrane blinked, lifted even out of his irritableness by the sight before him.

Unmarried women wore low-necked dresses even out of doors at this time.

Before dinner his irritation had prevented him from getting any good even out of the leading articles.

They drive them even out of the cricket-holes in which they have meanwhile taken refuge.

What about the difficulty even in England of combing them out of commerce, out of clubs, even out of Parliament?


On this page you'll find 250 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to even out, such as: balance, and equate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.