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even steven

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EtymologyEdit

From even (equal) + steven (voice or say in a matter, constitution)

AdjectiveEdit

even steven (comparative more even steven, superlative most even steven)

  1. exactly even, equal
  2. being equal, as in score or account; tied
  3. having nothing due, or no balance of debt on either side

AdverbEdit

even steven (comparative more even steven, superlative most even steven)

  1. equally, evenly
  2. evenly divided
    He made two piles of clothes even steven and let me pick which one I wanted.

NounEdit

even steven (plural even stevens)

  1. equity; equilibrium
  2. harmony, balance; parity

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