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make even

verb as in square

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The strongest, frankly dictatorial authority figure I have known would look at me blankly, unable to make even simple decisions.

El-Hamdi was told that he could make even more money by charging extra cash for simple amenities like food, water and lifejackets.

The unforgiving world of Game of Thrones can make even people like Arya become hard.

However, if you make even a few thousand more, you get no subsidy at all.

Balotelli, a star striker born in Palermo, Sicily, has earned a reputation that would make even Berlusconi blush.

Yet in England there was discontent enough to make even a resolute prince uneasy.

It takes 75,000 of them to make one bale of cotton, so I'm afraid you couldn't make even a handkerchief out of these.

They have the irresistible charm of youth—which can make even the young of a rattlesnake interesting if not lovable.

It would appear, from discoveries made and works published since you began to write, that you need not make even this exception.

This is a dreadful war, to make even the hearts of women so bitter!

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to make even, such as: balance, bribe, buy, clear, corrupt, and discharge.

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

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