Sentence examples for even from high-quality English sources.

  • No crime, not even murder, is so vilified in the western world as paedophilia.

  • They are designed to make you not believe the truth even when you are presented with.

  • Not necessarily swans, even crows, even the evening fusillade of bats.

  • Republicans are even more obstructive and have even more leverage in Congress.

Use even in a sentence.

  • If the trade goes badly against you, you could even end up losing even more than you initially invested outright.

  • The break-even level of output informs a business of how many products it needs to sell to reach the break-even point (BEP).

  • Underdahl says they didn't even notice the character in the scene the first few times they watched it, which made the moment even sweeter.

  • For the most part, what Liverpool does works: Even Barcelona, even with a 3-0 lead, even with Lionel Messi, could not resist.

  • Occasionally, even a few hours of scouring through a document couldn’t locate anything that even vaguely resembled what these authors had attributed to it.

  • With beautiful bottles and even better liquids, it’s well worth discovering something new, even if you have your standard trusty brand you turn to again and again.

  • Even if talks fail, even if Greece defaults, even if it introduces capital controls and the government starts to issue paper IOUs because no more euros are left—even then, a referendum or a new government could still offer Greece a way back.

  • "I think this year it is ripe, because the state is going to be desperate for funding, even with Biden, even with stimulus, even with everything else, we're still going to be desperate for funding - and it's also the right policy," Cuomo said in November 2020.

even sentence examples

  • “It’s the highest compliment to receive the vote of the public, for me as the artist but I suspect even more for Behrouz, who despite never even setting foot on the mainland, has earned the respect, admiration and even the love of so many Australians,” McDonald said.

  • And of course, they intend to talk about "cancel culture," even though half of Americans tell pollsters they aren't even familiar with that term and even though Biden has made a point to avoid cultural politics lightning rods that some of his fellow Democrats have excessive fondness for.

  • I like a good bitch, even a darling bitch, who allows you to call her a bitch, though, ’cause some bitches even the nicest darling bitches, when you calls ’em bitches, even the bitches that they are, even the bitches that they know they are, even wonderful bitches, like this wonderful bitch.

  • But even if it could happen, even if the bodies of Ghosh and Nath were found where they were last seen, and even if impossibly huge sums could be raised to pay to recover them, and even if there were people willing to risk their own lives on Everest to honor the dead and appease the living, nothing could happen right now.


  • adj all

    - divisible by two

  • adv all

    - used as an intensive especially to indicate something unexpected

    Example: even an idiot knows that

  • adj all

    - equal in degree or extent or amount; or equally matched or balanced

    Example: even amounts of butter and sugar

  • verb contact

    - make level or straight

  • noun time

    - the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall)

    Example: he enjoyed the evening light across the lake

  • adv all

    - in spite of; notwithstanding

    Example: even when he is sick, he works

  • adj all

    - symmetrically arranged

    Example: even features

  • verb change

    - become even or more even

    Example: even out the surface

  • adj all

    - being level or straight or regular and without variation as e.g. in shape or texture; or being in the same plane or at the same height as something else (i.e. even with)

    Example: an even application of varnish

  • adj all

    - occurring at fixed intervals

  • verb change

    - make even or more even

  • adv all

    - to a greater degree or extent; used with comparisons

    Example: looked sick and felt even worse

  • adv all

    - to the full extent

    Example: loyal even unto death

  • adj all

    - of the score in a contest

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Use even in a sentence

On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for even. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.

    Sentence frequency composition for this page:
  • 3 sentence examples for even from The Guardian
  • 3 sentence examples for even from The Economist
  • 3 sentence examples for even from New York Times
  • 6 sentence examples for even from Business Insider
  • 2 sentence examples for even from The New Yorker
  • 1 sentence examples for even from BBC
  • 1 sentence examples for even from PlosOne Science Journals
  • 1 sentence examples for even from Independent
    There are 11 relevant lexical connections:
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  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is flush
  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is level
  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is even out
  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is evening
  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is eve
  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is eventide
  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is regular
  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is yet
  • • Relevant word or phrase for even is still
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