balanced

All Adjective Verb
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  • On any given drop of water, two forces are balanced.
  • Though there was a slight increase of use at the beginning, the rates balanced out some years later.
  • The most fit creature would be the one whose pains are well balanced.
  • According to the official website, a balanced and objective approach would be adopted.
  • Modern romance novels now feature more balanced relationships between men and women.
  • If our qi is clear and balanced, then we will act in a perfectly moral way.
  • Much importance is attached to the balanced, good-natured character of these horses.
  • Since there are strong feelings on both sides, a balanced judgment is essential.
  • And the amount of risk we are willing to take must be balanced against the possible reward.
  • At some points during the trick, the object may be balanced in place at a certain location on the head.
  • God then declared that the Messiah would appear on earth when the scale was balanced.
  • All four balanced on a beam together during their famous barn-raising dance.
  • His lack of experience in the field is balanced by his extraordinary drive and determination.
  • He has focused on farm issues, educational matters, and providing a balanced budget.
  • They must be balanced against the improvements in our understanding which the explanation provides.
  • Since then there have been many reforms and provisions to ensure a balanced health care system.
  • However, such studies as have been done have typically found balanced scorecard to be useful.
  • In freedom of speech this right must be balanced against the essential need of the individuals to protect their reputation.
  • The straight-six was chosen for development because of the desirable operating characteristics of its self-balanced design.
  • He found it very hard to keep the car balanced on the road and admitted it was very exhausting.
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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