balanced

All Adjective Verb
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  • Others note that this often has been balanced by various forms of female authority.
  • The run-and-gun style of former times changed into a more balanced style of play.
  • The annual production and use of energy is balanced in such a community.
  • Far smaller tracking forces became possible and the balanced arm came into use.
  • The pressure of the wind on its face is balanced by a spring.
  • Being developed by one man means the game is balanced.
  • Although less common, these early-style balanced scorecards are still designed and used today.
  • As with any balanced tree, the cost grows much more slowly than the number of elements.
  • Finally, the other side of the balanced circuit is connected to the remaining end.
  • A well balanced team working together is the only way to defeat many of the game's enemies.
  • Balanced Rock can be seen from the park's main road.
  • Teaching a balanced view of some subjects (especially regional history) is difficult in these conditions.
  • This new configuration will provide more balanced access to the west and east sides of the city.
  • The national interests must be balanced with global interests and the power must be shared.
  • This must be balanced against the defense of one's own king by friendly pieces on the board.
  • National started as a movement balanced between urban and rural interests.
  • Many players wanted a still faster, better-balanced game with more social options for characters.
  • Each of these has a function in a balanced, level and peaceful soul.
  • The instrument is balanced between the player's left foot and right knee.
  • Therefore, the same charge must be present on both sides of the balanced equation.
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Root form of balanced is balance for the verb.

Words starting with balanced

Meaning of balanced

  • verb Bring into balance or equilibrium
    She has to balance work and her domestic duties, balance the two weights
  • verb Compute credits and debits of an account
  • verb Be in equilibrium
    He was balancing on one foot
  • adjective Being in a state of proper equilibrium
    the carefully balanced seesaw, a properly balanced symphony orchestra, a balanced assessment of intellectual and cultural history, a balanced blend of whiskeys, the educated man shows a balanced development of all his powers