even steven

See also: 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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