even

[ ee-vuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF even

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He was no longer in a mood to counsel fight, even though he disliked to submit.

And of necessity, even the noble have their moments of deshabille.

You can even now return, if you will submit to be a mere sojourner in Athens.

Your life must be saved; even if you reprove me for the means.

"This gun makes me even with you," said Robert, returning his look unflinchingly.

I'm afraid of myself, even in spite of our affairs being so bad.

Even the village was too human, too modern, for his early-pagan mood.

The laughter at this sally was all it should have been, even the host joining in it.

Would he annoy her, enrage her perhaps, or even worse, tire her?

That he was unable to do, even if it were true, which he doubted.

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