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evenly

adverb  /ˈi·vən·li/ us  

evenly adverb (IN CONTINUOUS WAY)

in a continuous or regular way: She breathed evenly. To say something evenly is to speak without showing emotion: "You have no right to do that," he said evenly.

evenly adverb (IN EQUAL WAY)

in or into equal amounts: Divide the mixture evenly between the two pans.
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