Thesaurus / more even


We are happy to see once more even those who were most indifferent to us.

Beyond the MarneHenriette Cuvru-Magot

The Mouldierwarp had, as well as a gentle voice, a finer nose than the Mouldiwarp, his fur was more even and his claws sharper.

Harding's luckE. [Edith] Nesbit

Would the addition of one or two hundred more even be perceived?

He had more humor than Burroughs, more even than Thoreau, a sly Scotch drollery that was never boisterous, never cynical.

At the foot of this smooth strip they saw the bow of the boat shoot up into the air, then drop down to a more even keel.

She wanted to tell the truth to Aunt Janet more even than she wanted to live it out aloud to herself.

To LoveMargaret Peterson

But when there is no chance of winning, the wise soldier saves himself for a day when things will be more even.

The Belgians to the FrontColonel James Fiske

I ask no more even under the seal of confession, since there are secrets which it is not well to learn.

The Wanderer's NecklaceH. Rider Haggard

There is peril in trusting such an enemy, more even than in meeting him on the field.

Do you remember, she said once they were awfully fond of each other, more even than most brothers and sisters?

The Slipper Point MysteryAugusta Huiell Seaman


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