It's even money that if anyone's been croaked in Oakdale last night they won't have to look far for the guy that done it.
There's even money on Jeremiah for a place; shall I grab it?
So he left Chicago on foot, determined to walk home, since he had not even money enough left to pay his fare home.
And as for the tune that was troubling you, it's even money that the band will never play it.
What, now, was even money, since Captain Sam had laid up his treasures above?
Then he bet another two thousand on High, an even money bet.
That man, by the record of the county, sold his farm for eight hundred and thirty-three dollars—even money, "no cents."
even money could not purchase her when it was her whim not to yield.
Nothing is very real to him, not even money; he put all he had into an irrigation project and left it there.
At the galleys, madame, nothing is so valuable as that reputation, not even money.