adj. un·e·ven·er, un·e·ven·est
a. Not equal, as in size, length, or quality.
b. Having ill-matched opponents: an uneven contest.
2. Not consistent or uniform: an uneven color.
3. Not smooth or level: the uneven surface of a cobblestone road.
4. Not straight or parallel: uneven margins.
5. Of, relating to, or being an odd number.
6. Obsolete Not fair or equitable.
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