1 smooth, flat, plane, level, regular, uniform, flush, straight, true:
Sand the edges till they are even.
2 Sometimes, even with. level or uniform (with), coextensive (with), flush (with), parallel (with or to):
Make sure that the lines at the bottom of the columns are even. Is that board even with the others?
3 steady, regular, consistent, constant, uniform, unvaried, unvarying, methodical, unchanging, set, equable, stable, measured, metrical, rhythmical, orderly, ordered, monotonous, unbroken, uninterrupted:
We walked along at an even pace.
4 even-tempered, calm, equable, composed, placid, serene, peaceful, cool, tranquil, unruffled, imperturbable, undisturbed, impassive, steady, temperate, equanimous, self-possessed, sober, staid, sedate, sober-sided:
People of even disposition are unexcited, unexcitable, and unexciting.
5 balanced, equal, the same, identical, coequal, level, drawn, on a par, tied, neck and neck; equivalent, Colloq fifty-fifty, Brit level pegging, US even Steven:
At half-time the scores were even. I have an even chance of getting the job.
6 square, quits, equal:
If I pay for this round, we'll be even.
7 fair (and square), square, impartial, disinterested, neutral, just, even-handed, equitable, straightforward, on the level, honest, upright, unbiased, unprejudiced:
See that you make an even distribution of the food parcels.
8 exact, precise, round, rounded off or out or up or down:
The bill came to an even fifty pounds.
9 get even (with). repay, revenge oneself (on), even or settle accounts or the score (with), requite, reciprocate, retaliate, be revenged:
I'll get even with her for telling my mother. Whenever he feels that he's been insulted, he wants to get even.
10 still, yet; all the (more), indeed, (more) than ever:
He is even dumber than I thought. He is in debt to everyone, even his daughter.
11 Sometimes, even with or though. notwithstanding, despite, in spite of, disregarding:
Even with delays, we arrived on time.
12 even so. nevertheless, nonetheless, still, yet, notwithstanding, all the same, in spite of that, despite that:
He refused to attend; even so, we sent him an invitation.
13 Usually, even up or out. smooth, flatten, level, equalize; align:
This road will be fine when they even out the bumps.
14 even out or up. equalize, balance (out), settle; compensate:
Unfortunately, our profits and our expenses evened out.