Word "EVEN" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
to a greater degree or extent; used with comparisons
Synonyms:
still, yet
Examples:
looked sick and felt even worse
an even (or still) more interesting problem

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
of the score in a contest
Synonyms:
level, tied

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
occurring at fixed intervals
Synonyms:
regular
Examples:
the even rhythm of his breathing

Crossword Clues for EVEN

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Clue Source Date
Divisible by two Eugene Sheffer 14 Oct 2021
Tied up Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2021
Like 278, but not 279 Family Time 11 Oct 2021
Not odd at all Universal 04 Oct 2021
Fair The Telegraph Quick 01 Oct 2021
Like 2022 USA Today 30 Sep 2021
Divisible by two Thomas Joseph 28 Sep 2021
Get __ (exact revenge) Newsday 13 Sep 2021
All tied up Universal 13 Sep 2021
Neck and neck Universal 11 Sep 2021
Like 42 or 420 Universal 04 Sep 2021
Like two or four USA Today 19 Aug 2021
Not odd at all Universal 18 Aug 2021
Smooth and flat The Telegraph Quick 16 Aug 2021
'___ I knew that!' The Washington Post Sunday 15 Aug 2021
Level The Telegraph Quick 10 Aug 2021
Flat and smooth Irish Times Simplex 09 Aug 2021
Tied Newsday 05 Aug 2021
Flush (with) Premier Sunday 01 Aug 2021
Make level Newsday 27 Jul 2021
Like 2 but not 3 USA Today 23 Jul 2021
Well-matched, as a contest Newsday 21 Jul 2021
Like n, where n = 2k (and 'k' is a whole number) New York Times 11 Jul 2021
Unfluctuating Newsday 10 Jul 2021
Get __ for (avenge) Newsday 06 Jul 2021
Having gained none and lost none Family Time 21 Jun 2021
Just the first lady and Biden, finally The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Jun 2021
Opposite of odd USA Today 14 Jun 2021
Tied, as a score Family Time 06 Jun 2021
Just LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2021
Just The Washington Post 04 Jun 2021
Any number divisible by two Irish Times Simplex 29 May 2021
Not bumpy at all Family Time 23 May 2021
Unlike this clue number The Washington Post Sunday 16 May 2021
Make level Newsday 12 May 2021
Square LA Times Daily 07 May 2021
Square The Washington Post 07 May 2021
Like the two 40-Across in the grid for this answer New York Times 05 May 2021
Smooth out Newsday 04 May 2021
Well-matched Universal 03 May 2021
Divisible by two Thomas Joseph 03 May 2021
Equal The Telegraph Quick 02 May 2021
Squared Eugene Sheffer 24 Apr 2021
Tied up LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2021
Tied up The Washington Post 24 Apr 2021
Divisible by two The Telegraph Quick 24 Apr 2021
Deadlocked New York Times 21 Apr 2021
Flat and smooth Irish Times Simplex 19 Apr 2021
Squared away Newsday 15 Apr 2021
At a tie score Newsday 06 Apr 2021
Smooth Thomas Joseph 05 Apr 2021
Consistent The Times Concise 28 Mar 2021
Get __ (exact revenge) Newsday 23 Mar 2021
Smooth The Washington Post Sunday 07 Mar 2021
'Don't ___ think about it!' USA Today 05 Mar 2021
__ so (nevertheless) Newsday 01 Mar 2021
Like some odds, oxymoronically USA Today 22 Feb 2021
Tied Canadiana 22 Feb 2021
All tied up Universal 09 Feb 2021
Not bumpy or odd Family Time 08 Feb 2021
Square Wall Street Journal 06 Feb 2021
Balanced Newsday 04 Feb 2021
Fifty-fifty The Washington Post 28 Jan 2021
Fifty-fifty LA Times Daily 28 Jan 2021
Neck and neck New York Times 18 Jan 2021
Fifty-fifty Newsday 10 Jan 2021
Knotted up, scorewise LA Times Daily 09 Jan 2021
Knotted up, scorewise The Washington Post 09 Jan 2021
Regular The Telegraph Quick 06 Jan 2021
Like every other integer The Washington Post 29 Dec 2020
Like every other integer LA Times Daily 29 Dec 2020
Not odd The Telegraph Quick 25 Dec 2020
Like this clue number USA Today 24 Dec 2020
It's not odd New York Times 21 Dec 2020
Smooth Wall Street Journal 12 Dec 2020
First offender given new uniform The Sun Two Speed 09 Dec 2020
Level The Sun Two Speed 09 Dec 2020
Tied Eugene Sheffer 30 Nov 2020
Like the score 20-20 Universal 24 Nov 2020
Like some oxymoronic odds The Washington Post 24 Nov 2020
Like some oxymoronic odds LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2020
Level Wall Street Journal 23 Nov 2020
Neck and neck Universal 12 Nov 2020
Not at all bumpy USA Today 10 Nov 2020
Flat Thomas Joseph 06 Oct 2020
Like 2, 12, 22, 32, etc USA Today 03 Oct 2020
All paid up Family Time 27 Sep 2020
Without an advantage Newsday 17 Sep 2020
Like all bra band sizes USA Today 11 Sep 2020
__-steven (tied up) Newsday 07 Sep 2020
Tied USA Today 06 Sep 2020
Roulette bet Wall Street Journal 05 Sep 2020
Quits The Sun Two Speed 05 Sep 2020
Woman given new uniform The Sun Two Speed 05 Sep 2020
'I can't ___' New York Times 02 Sep 2020
Surprising lead-in to "odds" Universal 27 Aug 2020
Tied Thomas Joseph 27 Aug 2020
Original sinner given new uniform The Sun Two Speed 19 Aug 2020
Tied, as a score Newsday 18 Aug 2020
On an __ keel Newsday 11 Aug 2020
Level The Telegraph Quick 06 Aug 2020
Balanced Universal 06 Aug 2020
Like 1,000,000 but not 1,000,011 Family Time 02 Aug 2020
20-20, e.g.? Universal 20 Jul 2020
In a dead heat Premier Sunday 19 Jul 2020
Like 2010 or 2020 Universal 15 Jul 2020
Square, as a score The Washington Post Sunday 12 Jul 2020
Not odd The Sun Two Speed 10 Jul 2020
Still all square The Sun Two Speed 10 Jul 2020
Like 2,248 but NOT 2,249 Family Time 05 Jul 2020
Number divisible by two Irish Times Simplex 27 Jun 2020
Like 2, 4, 6, 8 .. New York Times 22 Jun 2020
Flat Wall Street Journal 08 Jun 2020
No longer in debt Newsday 29 May 2020
First lady given new uniform The Sun Two Speed 19 May 2020
All square The Sun Two Speed 19 May 2020
Level off Newsday 17 May 2020
Level New York Times 16 May 2020
Perfectly balanced USA Today 12 May 2020
Tied game of rugby seeing both wings sent off The Telegraph Toughie 06 May 2020
Opposite of odd Universal 20 Apr 2020
Now squared away Newsday 19 Apr 2020
All squared up Universal 17 Apr 2020
Like half the numbers Family Time 13 Apr 2020
First Lady having concern ultimately quits The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Apr 2020
Like one million Family Time 06 Apr 2020
Flat and smooth The Times Concise 03 Apr 2020
Make straight Newsday 02 Apr 2020
Get __ (take revenge) Newsday 16 Mar 2020
Equal, on scoreboards Wall Street Journal 11 Mar 2020
Like 2,223,006 Family Time 09 Mar 2020
Uniform for Trim meeting Irish Times Crosaire 07 Mar 2020
Not at all bumpy Newsday 04 Mar 2020
On a par (with) Universal 28 Feb 2020
Tied Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2020
Balanced New York Times 14 Feb 2020
Only one prime number is ____ The Times Specialist Sunday 09 Feb 2020
Tied The Washington Post 31 Jan 2020
20–20, e.g The New Yorker 20 Jan 2020
All tied up, as a score Newsday 06 Jan 2020
Like 2,022 but not 3,023 Family Time 29 Dec 2019
Level; calm The Times Concise 23 Dec 2019
'I can't ___' The Washington Post Sunday 22 Dec 2019
Like Olympic years, numerically The Washington Post 10 Dec 2019
Like Olympic years, numerically LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2019
Tied up Thomas Joseph 03 Dec 2019
What avengers get
What avengers get New York Times 01 Dec 2019
See 57-Across Universal 30 Nov 2019
Squared up New York Times 26 Nov 2019
Like two, not one The Washington Post 25 Nov 2019
Like two, not one LA Times Daily 25 Nov 2019
Fairly matched Jonesin 19 Nov 2019
50-50 New York Times 10 Nov 2019
Lacking lumps USA Today 06 Nov 2019
Roulette bet USA Today 28 Oct 2019
Roulette bet Universal 23 Oct 2019
Flush from corporate venture The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Oct 2019
All squared up USA Today 21 Oct 2019
Like 662, but not 997 Family Time 14 Oct 2019
Like 212 and 948 Family Time 07 Oct 2019
Tied, as a score The Washington Post Sunday 29 Sep 2019
Quits late in the day The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Sep 2019
Fifty-fifty Premier Sunday 15 Sep 2019
Equally matched LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2019
Equally matched The Washington Post 05 Sep 2019
Level and smooth Irish Times Simplex 29 Aug 2019
Every man takes off army uniform Irish Times Crosaire 26 Aug 2019
Divisible by two Eugene Sheffer 15 Aug 2019
Headed for overtime USA Today 10 Aug 2019
Neck-and-neck USA Today 30 Jul 2019
On the same level Newsday 25 Jul 2019
In a dead heat USA Today 19 Jul 2019
Not lumpy USA Today 14 Jul 2019
Neither up nor down USA Today 10 Jul 2019
Yet LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2019
Yet The Washington Post 07 Jul 2019
All paid up Newsday 04 Jul 2019
Equalize Newsday 03 Jul 2019
Equally balanced Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2019
Like 2, 4, 6, 8 .. Universal 13 Jun 2019
"I can't ___!" Universal 12 Jun 2019
Neither ahead nor behind USA Today 27 May 2019
Tied, scorewise The Washington Post 27 May 2019
"Why __ bother?" LA Times Daily 26 May 2019
'Why __ bother?' The Washington Post 26 May 2019
Free from variation USA Today 24 May 2019
Level or smooth Irish Times Simplex 15 May 2019
See 15-Down Universal 12 May 2019
Number like 44 or 120 Family Time 29 Apr 2019
Like some odds, ironically USA Today 21 Apr 2019
Get ___ (exact revenge) Universal 20 Apr 2019
Not odd Family Time 01 Apr 2019
Deadlocked Universal 31 Mar 2019
"Don't ___ think about it!" Family Time 31 Mar 2019
First Lady having concern ultimately quits The Telegraph Toughie 27 Mar 2019
All paid up USA Today 23 Mar 2019
Uniform case finally dumped The Telegraph Toughie 19 Mar 2019
Parallel (with) Premier Sunday 17 Mar 2019
Tied, as a score Universal 16 Mar 2019
Like the sums of two primes in Goldbach's conjecture The New Yorker 04 Mar 2019
Flush New York Times 09 Feb 2019
Unvarying Universal 06 Feb 2019
Smooth and flat The Telegraph Quick 06 Feb 2019
Constant Universal 27 Jan 2019
Almost certainly not prime Wall Street Journal 17 Jan 2019
Equally balanced The Times Concise 08 Jan 2019
Owing, or being owed, nothing USA Today 07 Jan 2019
Equally balanced
Owing, or being owed, nothing
Not lumpy
Not at all bumpy
Neither up nor down
Neither ahead nor behind
Neck-and-neck
Headed for overtime
Free from variation
All squared up
All paid up
"Why __ bother?"
Equally matched
Flush
"I can't ___!"
Constant
Deadlocked
Get ___ (exact revenge)
Like 2, 4, 6, 8 ...
Roulette bet
See 15-Down
Tied, as a score
Unvarying
Almost certainly not prime
With the same score Family Time 23 Dec 2018
In a dead heat New York Times 17 Dec 2018
Flat The Telegraph Quick 16 Dec 2018
All square USA Today 13 Dec 2018
Not odd Premier Sunday 09 Dec 2018
Like an Olympic year USA Today 08 Dec 2018
Drawn Wall Street Journal 08 Dec 2018
Tied, as a game LA Times Daily 03 Dec 2018
Tied, as a game The Washington Post 03 Dec 2018
What's left here is so flat The Telegraph Toughie 30 Nov 2018
Having neither 30-Across nor 12-Down USA Today 20 Nov 2018
Like exactly one prime number Wall Street Journal 15 Nov 2018
Like 6 and 10 Jonesin 13 Nov 2018
Flat, smooth The Times Concise 08 Nov 2018
Not lopsided Universal 08 Nov 2018
Uniform The Guardian Speedy 04 Nov 2018
Level Universal 20 Oct 2018
Squared up LA Times Daily 18 Sep 2018
Squared up The Washington Post 18 Sep 2018
Tied LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2018
Not bumpy at all Universal 12 Sep 2018
Divisible by two Wall Street Journal 10 Sep 2018
Fair New York Times 09 Sep 2018
102-Down opposite LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2018
102-Down opposite The Washington Post 26 Aug 2018
'Don't get mad, get ___' USA Today 19 Aug 2018
First Lady and knight are equal The Sun Two Speed 15 Aug 2018
Steady LA Times Daily 05 Aug 2018
Steady The Washington Post 05 Aug 2018
First Lady's new uniform The Sun Two Speed 21 Jul 2018
''Don't ___ think about it!'' Family Time 08 Jul 2018
Fifty-fifty Universal 30 Jun 2018
Not lopsided USA Today 22 Jun 2018
No longer in debt USA Today 21 Jun 2018
The same result? Not quite The Times Cryptic 17 Jun 2018
All squared away USA Today 16 Jun 2018
Divisible by two New York Times 12 Jun 2018
Not bumpy USA Today 06 Jun 2018
Perfectly matched New York Times 26 May 2018
Like 500, not 501 Family Time 07 May 2018
Level; regular The Times Concise 04 May 2018
Like Senate election years USA Today 28 Apr 2018
Having gone tit for tat New York Times 22 Apr 2018
Not bumpy Universal 10 Apr 2018
Not up, not behind Universal 25 Mar 2018
In balance Newsday 12 Jan 2018
"Don't get mad, get ___" USA Today 07 Jan 2018
Neither above nor below par USA Today 05 Jan 2018
Not bumpy
Not lopsided
Not bumpy at all
Not bumpy
Level
Fifty-fifty
Perfectly matched
In a dead heat
Having gone tit for tat
Fair
Divisible by two
"I can't ___"
Tied, as a game
Steady
102-Down opposite
"Don't get mad, get ___"
All square
All squared away
Having neither 30-Across nor 12-Down
Like Senate election years
Like an Olympic year
Neither above nor below par
No longer in debt
Not at all lumpy
Not lopsided
Divisible by two
Drawn
Flat
Like exactly one prime number
Tied
Tied Universal 25 Dec 2017
Tied Family Time 25 Dec 2017
Shown round part of Nineveh that's flat The Telegraph Toughie 22 Dec 2017
Tied up on a scoreboard Family Time 11 Dec 2017
Unlike this clue's number USA Today 04 Dec 2017
Like congressional election years USA Today 29 Nov 2017
It's not odd at all Universal 26 Nov 2017
Not bumpy The Telegraph Quick 03 Nov 2017
Every man dismisses army uniform Irish Times Crosaire 20 Oct 2017
Fair LA Times Daily 19 Oct 2017
Fair The Washington Post 19 Oct 2017
All square LA Times Daily 17 Oct 2017
All square The Washington Post 17 Oct 2017
Well-matched New York Times 10 Oct 2017
"___ as we speak . . ." USA Today 01 Oct 2017
Well-planed New York Times 28 Sep 2017
Like 202 and 1,990 Family Time 10 Sep 2017
There's nothing to choose between them in Fuerteventura Irish Times Crosaire 04 Sep 2017
Not fractional Newsday 03 Sep 2017
Still quits The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Aug 2017
In a 22-Down USA Today 17 Aug 2017
Not odd The Times Concise 07 Aug 2017
It's not odd everything is green on the borders Irish Times Crosaire 05 Aug 2017
Smooth and flat Wall Street Journal 31 Jul 2017
Regular form of rugby with no wingers The Telegraph Cryptic 26 Jul 2017
Equally matched USA Today 18 Jul 2017
Fairly matched The Washington Post 11 Jul 2017
Fairly matched LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2017
Like 10 and 670, but not 331 Family Time 10 Jul 2017
Tied, as a game Newsday 10 Jul 2017
Equal The Washington Post 28 Jun 2017
Equal LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2017
In a dead heat Universal 27 Jun 2017
Like a 43-Across game USA Today 26 Jun 2017
Like two, say, in uniform The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Jun 2017
5 plus 7 and 3 plus 9 are not level? The Telegraph Toughie 01 Jun 2017
Neither up nor down New York Times 13 May 2017
Still New York Times 26 Apr 2017
Not at all lopsided USA Today 19 Apr 2017
Like only one prime number USA Today 18 Apr 2017
Constant flush The Times Cryptic 17 Apr 2017
Tied on the scoreboard Universal 16 Apr 2017
Like 2, but no other primes USA Today 08 Apr 2017
Yet; smooth The Telegraph Quick 28 Mar 2017
"__ so ... " LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2017
Squared Wall Street Journal 25 Mar 2017
'__ so ... ' The Washington Post 25 Mar 2017
All tied up USA Today 25 Mar 2017
Fifty-fifty USA Today 23 Mar 2017
Regular The Guardian Speedy 19 Mar 2017
Flat or like a tied score Family Time 26 Feb 2017
All tied up LA Times Daily 15 Feb 2017
Like 2016, but not 2017 The Washington Post 05 Feb 2017
Fairly matched Universal 23 Jan 2017
Every so often sides tied Irish Times Crosaire 21 Jan 2017
Showing no vicissitudes The Chronicle of Higher Education 20 Jan 2017
Neck and neck in shot put, say? Not quite! The Telegraph Toughie 17 Jan 2017
Like two (but not three) in a plane The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Jan 2017
Fully uniform Newsday 05 Jan 2017
Like 2, 4, 6, and so on LA Times Daily 02 Jan 2017
Tied
"___ as we speak . . ."
Equally matched
In a 22-Down
Like a 43-Across game
Like congressional election years
Like only one prime number
Not at all lopsided
Not jagged
Unlike this clue's number
Not jagged USA Today 01 Jan 2017
Fair
Fairly matched
Like 2, 4, 6, and so on
Neither up nor down
Still
Well-matched
Well-planed
In a dead heat
It's not odd at all
Tied on the scoreboard
Showing no vicissitudes
Uniform happening to be short The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Dec 2016
Third descriptor of Boxing Day snow is not odd The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Dec 2016
Smooth The Telegraph Quick 22 Dec 2016
'You would ___ say it glows' Wall Street Journal 21 Dec 2016
Like eight Jonesin 20 Dec 2016
Opposite of bumpy LA Times Daily 16 Dec 2016
Straighten out Wall Street Journal 07 Dec 2016
Goes around every so often in uniform Irish Times Crosaire 30 Nov 2016
Make uniform Newsday 20 Nov 2016
On a par USA Today 19 Nov 2016
Yet; level The Times Concise 18 Nov 2016
Smooth The Washington Post 10 Nov 2016
Like a hockey game heading into a shoot-out The Washington Post 08 Oct 2016
What one definitely isn't Universal 06 Oct 2016
Fair and balanced New York Times 26 Sep 2016
Square New York Times 17 Sep 2016
Like only one prime number New York Times 30 Aug 2016
Make uniform USA Today 28 Aug 2016
Regular Newsday 27 Aug 2016
Headed for extra innings USA Today 22 Aug 2016
Neck and neck Wall Street Journal 11 Aug 2016
Not odd at all LA Times Daily 07 Aug 2016
What people who are hurt may try to get New York Times 28 Jul 2016
Level or tied up Family Time 18 Jul 2016
Tied, as a score LA Times Daily 04 Jul 2016
Squared away The Washington Post 01 Jul 2016
About the same Family Time 06 Jun 2016
All tied up The Washington Post 02 Jun 2016
Take one from a number or take two from another constant The Telegraph Toughie 27 May 2016
Tied up Universal 22 May 2016
Not varying Universal 18 May 2016
Every so often goes around to flat Irish Times Crosaire 14 May 2016
Unvarying Wall Street Journal 13 May 2016
Headed for overtime Universal 29 Apr 2016
Get __ (retaliate) Newsday 12 Apr 2016
Like Olympic years The Washington Post 06 Apr 2016
Uniform Newsday 31 Mar 2016
Deadlocked LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2016
Neck and neck USA Today 26 Mar 2016
Unvarying USA Today 16 Mar 2016
Still LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2016
Smooth out Universal 09 Mar 2016
Type of odds USA Today 07 Mar 2016
Uniform Wall Street Journal 29 Feb 2016
Yet; smooth The Times Concise 23 Feb 2016
For most of the race, neck and neck The Telegraph Toughie 23 Feb 2016
Entering overtime USA Today 18 Feb 2016
Not odd Universal 17 Feb 2016
It's almost seven, but seven's not Universal 10 Feb 2016
Still Wall Street Journal 06 Feb 2016
Exactly divisible by two The Washington Post 08 Jan 2016
All tied up Premier Sunday 03 Jan 2016
Opposite of bumpy
Fair and balanced
Like only one prime number
Square
What people who are hurt may try to get
All tied up
It's almost seven, but seven's not
Not odd
Tied up
Tied, as a score
Not odd at all
Headed for extra innings
Make uniform
Number not initially like six or twelve The Telegraph Toughie 29 Dec 2015
Uniform New York Times 27 Dec 2015
Still, the snow was on the Feast of Stephen The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Dec 2015
Flat race maybe failing to finish The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Dec 2015
Stable The Telegraph Quick 17 Dec 2015
Headed for a playoff Wall Street Journal 17 Dec 2015
Equally balanced Newsday 08 Dec 2015
Not odd LA Times Daily 07 Dec 2015
Bumpless Eugene Sheffer 17 Nov 2015
Entering overtime Universal 16 Nov 2015
Like 2016 LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2015
All squared up New York Times 03 Nov 2015
Make level Eugene Sheffer 02 Nov 2015
Like 2016, but not 2015 New York Times 29 Oct 2015
How teams enter overtime Universal 27 Oct 2015
Like every other number USA Today 12 Oct 2015
Deadlocked Newsday 27 Sep 2015
Fairly matched Newsday 20 Sep 2015
Neck-and-neck Newsday 16 Sep 2015
Uniform in athletics competition clipped The Telegraph Toughie 01 Sep 2015
Certainly not 55-Across USA Today 31 Aug 2015
Make smooth Newsday 30 Aug 2015
Level Eugene Sheffer 28 Jul 2015
Like two, but not one USA Today 26 Jul 2015
Not once coming up, bypassing right flat The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Jul 2015
All square Newsday 25 Jun 2015
Word after "get" or "break" Universal 22 Jun 2015
It's not odd in stable Irish Times Crosaire 13 Jun 2015
With 34-Across, 50-50 chance ... or a hint to answering six equations in this puzzle New York Times 28 May 2015
Uniform The Telegraph Quick 28 May 2015
Still Eugene Sheffer 12 May 2015
Not lopsided at all USA Today 10 May 2015
With the level bubble dead-center Universal 06 May 2015
Like the score for 37-Across Family Time 03 May 2015
Like a tie score Universal 29 Apr 2015
What revenge-seekers want to get USA Today 23 Apr 2015
Not bumpy Newsday 15 Apr 2015
On the outskirts of everything, between what's regular Irish Times Crosaire 14 Apr 2015
Not odd in stable? Irish Times Crosaire 11 Apr 2015
Equally divided Newsday 24 Mar 2015
All square Universal 05 Mar 2015
Yet later in the day The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Feb 2015
Match without extra time is tied The Telegraph Toughie 26 Feb 2015
Squared away Eugene Sheffer 23 Feb 2015
Caught up Universal 06 Feb 2015
Quits the day before new start is to be made The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Feb 2015
Neither under nor over par USA Today 22 Jan 2015
Word with "handed" or "tempered" USA Today 15 Jan 2015
Like 2014 but not 2015 New York Times 02 Jan 2015
Uniform
Certainly not 55-Across
Divisible by two
Balanced
20-20, say
Not odd at all
Neck and neck
Like four or a score
Like 2016
Headed for a playoff
Like a hockey game heading into a shoot-out
Like a game heading into overtime
Fifty-fifty
All squared up
Word with "handed" or "tempered"
Deadlocked
Like 2014 but not 2015
Like 2016, but not 2015
Uniform
With 34-Across, 50-50 chance ... or a hint to answering six equations in this puzzle
What revenge-seekers want to get
Not lopsided at all
Neither under nor over par
Clash "You can bruise us. Yes, __ shoot us"
Tom Petty "___ the Losers"
Like two, but not one
All square
Balanced
All tied up
All knotted up
Like every other number
Caught up
Uniform
Word after "get" or "break"
With the level bubble dead-center
Like a tie score
How teams enter overtime
Entering overtime
__ so (nevertheless)
Tied, as a score
All paid up
All square
Deadlocked
Equally balanced
Equally divided
Fairly matched
Get __ (retaliate)
In balance
Make level
Make smooth
Neck-and-neck
Not bumpy
Not fractional
Not volatile
Smooth out
Caught up, scorewise
Equitable
50-50
Tied
Tied up
Neither under nor over par
Equitable
Not at all odd
Odd opposite
Square
What one is not
Happening
Constant
Like two, not one
Like Olympic years
Level
Equally matched
Jessica Riddle "___ Angels Fall"
All tied up
Tied up
All square
Ready for extra innings
Like 2, 4, 6, 8 ...
Like Olympic years
Neck and neck
Roulette bet
Like tour that doesn't make money
Not-one link
__ number
__-steven
Soul Asylum "Can't ___ Tell"
Equally matched
Like congressional election years
U2 "___ Better Than the Real Thing"
Steven's opening?
Tied up, scorewise
Make uniform
Square
"...deep and crisp and ___"
Equal in points
Tied up
Without advantage or disadvantage
Uniform
Knotted up, sportswise
Like two, say
On the same level
Like 222 or 2-to-2
Knotted up
Unlike this clue number
Deadlocked
Going into sudden death
Equally likely to win
Like two, say
Knotted up, sportswise
Fairly matched
Like the number of answers in a crossword, usually
Tied
Fifty-fifty
Fully flush
On the same level
Tie up
Unfluctuating
With the same amount one started with
With neither indebted to the other
What revenge-seekers want to get
Splittable by two
Neither under nor over
Flush
Divisible by two
Type of "Heartbreak" for Ani DiFranco?
Peter Cetera "___ a Fool Can See"
Nirvana "___ In His Youth"
Heart "___ It Up"
311 "You're cruisin', don't ___ care about what you're losing"
In a tie
Unchanging
Tied, scorewise
Smooth
Not odd
Like 2, 4, 6, 8, etc.
What revenge-seekers get
What avengers seek to get
Neck and neck
Like left-side book pages
"___ as we speak"
"___ Cowgirls Get the Blues"
"Don't ___ think about it!"
Fifty-fifty
Neck and neck
Square, moneywise
Tied
Square
Squared up
Pearl Jam's flow
How Eddie Vedder flows
Aerosmith "Don't Get Mad, Get ___"
Tied, as a score
Parallel (with)
All tied up
"Don't ___ think about it!"
Having settled the score
Equally matched
Square
In a draw
Balance, with "out"
Like certain odds, paradoxically
With no leader
At the same level
Introduction to Steven?
Odd counterpart?
All tied
Not a bad way to leave Vegas
Splittable by two
Square, moneywise
All tied up
With all scores settled
What one isn't?
Odd's counterpart
OK way to leave Vegas
Neck-and-neck
Exactly divisible by two
On the level?
Tied, as a score
Tied, as a game
*Tied
Not notched
All knotted up
Break __: neither win nor lose
Divisible by two
Unlike one
Tie up
Squared up
Not a bad way to leave Vegas
Uniform
What injured parties may try to get
J. Geils: "You're Gettin' ___ While I'm Gettin' Odd"
Guster: "Getting ___"
Balanced Dispatch song?
What injured parties may try to get
Break __: neither win nor lose
Smooth
Flat
Tied up
What avengers get
All tied
On a par (with)
Okay way to break?
Like each answer in this puzzle - also each word in each clue - in length
Tie up
With neither indebted to the other
What one isn't?
What avengers get
"___ I know that"
How revenge-seekers seek to get
Like 20 but not 25
Six, e.g.
Square
Type of odds
___ as we speak
Steven's modifier
Like a game heading into overtime
"___ Cowgirls Get the Blues"
"Don't get mad, get___"
Square
Tied up
All square
What avengers get
"___ Cowgirls Get the Blues"
All tied up
Desirable kind of playing field
Divisible by 2
Flush
Like 10 or 12
Like a game heading into extra innings
Square
Like 2, 4, 6, etc.
Like 2 or 4, e.g.
Equally divided
Drawn
Splittable by two
Smooth out
Balanced
Like 2, 22, or 2-to-2
Like 2, 4, 6, etc.
Like 2 or 4, e.g.
Flush
Tied up
___-steven
Deadlocked
Roulette bet
Like a game going into sudden death
Like 2, 4, 6, or 8
About the same
Not odd
Yet
With no variation
Integrally divisible by two
Way to keep the keel?
Like the score for the first play of a Scrabble game
Having no fractional parts
With no ends sticking out
Balanced
Like this clue's number
Make level
Equally divided
No longer one-sided
Smooth out
Not odd at all
"___ Cowgirls Get the Blues"
Tied up
Odd's opposite
Like two or four
Without need for payback
On a plane?
Like two or four
Odd's opposite
50/50
Neck and neck
Uniform
Flush (with)
Balanced
Tied up
Squared up
Like all known perfect numbers
Not a bad way to leave Vegas
On the level?
Stable
On a par
Flush
Flat
Tied
Not bumpy
Uniform
Like left-side book pages
Like a game going into overtime
Level
Knotted, scorewise
Square
What one isn't
Without bumps
Roulette bet
"___ I know that!"
Fully avenged
Like 10, 20 and 30
Requiring overtime
Without advantage or disadvantage
Word with "break" or "get"
Tied in score
Like a two-and-two count
Word on a roulette table
Like presidential election years
Calm, cool and collected
"Don't ___ think about it!"
Yet
Uniform
Tied, scorewise
Like 57-Across
Flush
Divisible by two
Not one, but two and four
Hardly bumpy
Tied, in scores
Type of keel
Fifty-fifty
What feuding families seek to get
With neither profit nor loss
Flush
Divisible by two
Tied
Free from fluctuations
Get __ (exact revenge)
Having a smooth surface
Deadlocked
Tied up
What revenge-seekers get
Like 57-Across
Tied, scorewise
Uniform
Yet
Like some splits
Entering overtime, e.g.
Unbumpy
__-steven (tied)
All paid up
___ so
Break-__ point
About the same
One way to break
Square
Caught up on debts
Exact
Not lumpy
Make uniform
50-50
No longer one-sided
Flush
Deuce, to Davenport
Knotted up
Word after break or get
Zero-zero or 30-30, e.g.
Like Steven?
Break-__ point
Divisible by two
All square
Uniform
About the same
50-50
Steven's predecessor?
Nose to nose
Word after break or get
Balanced
Divisible by two
Way to keep the keel
Tied
Nose to nose
Flush
In a dead heat
Like 2 Down
Like two, not one
Like left-hand page numbers
Like Steven?
Neither up nor down
How revenge-seekers get
Like a tie score
What one is not?
Tied
So much as
Not odd at all
Neck and neck
Fair
Deadlocked
"_____ Steven"
Caught up
All tied up
Able to be halved equally
Almost winning
All square
20-20, e.g.
Fifty-fifty
Having nobody owing anybody
Knotted, scorewise
Not sticking out
Roulette bet
Tied in score
Fifty-fifty
Neck and neck
On the level?
Like teams heading into overtime
Like a game heading into sudden death
Like a game headed into overtime
Balanced
Not a bad way to break?
Not odd
Square
Squared up
Level
Square
Not odd
Not a bad way to break?
Almost winning
Fully avenged
Equalize
Not odd
All square
Well-matched
Roulette bet
Needing more time?
Odd partner
On the same level
Ready for extra innings
With neither side ahead
Squared up
Uniform
Like only one prime
Like Olympic years
Fifty-fifty
All square
Unlike one
Word with handed or tempered
Neither up nor down
Still
Tied
Word with handed or tempered
Knotted
In spite of
Free from fluctuations
50-50
Horizontal
Uniform
Neck and neck
Level
Placid
Tied up
In a tie
Having no advantage
Divisible by two
In a dead heat
Tie
Unexcitable
On a par
Not easily angered
Level
Placid
Fifty-fifty
Antithesis of 4-Down
All knotted up
In a dead heat
Neck and neck
Tied
Uniform
Divisible by two
Make straight
In a tie
Paid in full
Squared
Unvarying
Divisible by two
Get -- (retaliate)
Balanced
Equalize
Like 6, 8 or 10
Like this clue number
Unlike this clue number
What one isn't
Word after get or break
Word with get or break
With 32-Down, smooth
Square
Roulette bet
Not easily excited
Level
One isn't, but two is
All tied up
Balanced
Fifty-fifty
Left-hand page numbers
On the level
Level
Like 2, 4, and 6
Smooth
Balanced
50-50
Smooth
All caught up
Like half of the integers
Fifty-fifty
What one isn't
Equally matched
Not one, but two
Level
All tied
It's almost seven, but seven is not it
Steady
Having neither side ahead
Smooth
On the level?
Like Steven?
Smooth
Neither winning nor losing
Equalize
Not odd
Equally divided
Not bumpy
Smooth over
Not lopsided
___-steven
With neither indebted to the other
All tied
Roulette bet
Score going into the tenth inning
20-20, perhaps
Level
Squared away
Neck and neck
___ -steven
Not bumpy
Neither ahead nor behind
Calm
All tied to
Flush
Like this clue number
Roulette bet
Like 2, 4 and 6
Squared away
Still
__-steven
Caught up
Divisible by two
Deadlocked
Like 10 or 100
Having the same amount
Adjective for Steven
Tied up
Integrally divisible by two
Two to two
What revenge-seekers get
Equally balanced
Like every other number
Word after get or break
Bumpless
In a dead heat
In need of a tiebreaker
Neck and neck
Neck-and-neck
Smooth and regular
About the same
Like 2, 4, and 6
Without advantage
Knotted up
On a par
Like some money
Like House election years
Constant
With no ends sticking out
Divisible by two
Steven's partner?
Tied, as a score
In balance
Kind of number
Roulette play
One way to break?
Odd opposite
What one is not
Tied up
Neck-and-neck
Like 60
Smooth out
___ so: nevertheless
Caught up
Fully avenged
No longer in debt
Number, like 2 or 4
In a tie
Lacking bumps
In need of extra innings
Neither under nor over par
Unfluctuating
Equal
____ stephen
Equal
All tied up
In equilibrium
Parallel
Composed
So much as
What feuding families may get
Unbiased
Tied
Steven's opening
Like two, but not three or five
Having 2 as a factor
Get ___ (retaliate)
About the same
Comparable
Odd partner
Like 22 and 24
Like left-hand page numbers
Tied
Unlike 1997
"Don't get mad, get_____"
Impartial
Tie score
About the same
Balanced
What one isn't
Flat
Not odd
"___as we speak..."
Temperate
In alignment
Knotted
On the level
Entering overtime
Starting overtime
Regular
All square
Steven's score?
Two to two, e.g.
Impartial
Unruffled
Placid
All tied up
Smooth; steady
Neck-and-neck
Exactly divisible by two
Steven's modifier
Like 8 and 14, e.g.
Equable
Odd number becomes the opposite
Equal
Straighten
Odd opposite
One way to break
Knotted up
Like Steven?
Just as
Neither ahead nor behind
Smooth
Unbroken
Tie, as a score
Steven's companion
"(___ as you and I!)": Kipling
Uniform
Serene
Like 2, 4, 6, 8 . . .
All knotted up
Kind of number
Trim symmetrically
Not jaggy
Word before or after break
Word with tide or song
Not varying
Equalize
Like two, four or six
Word followed by handed
Nicely balanced
In debt no more
Steven or break
Abreast
___ steven
In balance
Steady
Make smooth
Although
___-stephen
Tranquil
Toss-up
Fully paid
Moderate
Unvaried
Not fractional
Equitable.
What some gamblers hope to get.
Unruffled.
Uniform.
Smooth.
On a par.
Balanced.
Matching.
Equalize.
Placid.
Constant.
Parallel (with).
Serene.
Tied.
Tranquil.
___ Stephen.
"___ as you and I . . . "
Level.
Fair.
Fifty-fifty.
Not fractional.
Not varying.
Level off.
In line.
Make equal.
Squared up.
Regular.
Just as.
Just (as).
Nicely requited.
Just.
Quits.
While.
Make level.
Like a metronomic beat.
All tied up.
Parallel.
Flush with.
Square.
Exact.
Yet.
Equable.
Poetic time of day.
Flat.
Equal.
Lined up.
Unrippled.
Opposite of 26 Down.
Neck-and-neck.
All square.
Impartial.
No gain, no loss.
Neck and neck.
Unvarying.
Still.
One to one.
On the same level.
Golfers' tie.
Tie score.
Make quits.
Two heads, or two tails.
Precisely.
"That full star that ushers in the ___."—Shakespeare.
Paid off
Odd's opposite
Like every other positive integer
Flush (with)
All knotted up
20-20, e.g.
Smooth
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