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  • However, they can become unbalanced as they are passed to the next generation.
  • If the system is unbalanced, some rooms get too hot and others never get warm enough.
  • You can see at once that that would never do -- everything would be at once unbalanced. Cited from Round Anvil Rock, by Nancy Huston Banks
  • She felt that she had been very unbalanced all the day. Cited from The Price of Things, by Elinor Glyn
  • It is too bad that European countries present an unbalanced position on this matter.
  • It will do worse on systems with even more unbalanced memory systems.
  • However, it received criticism due to its difficult and unbalanced set of attacks.
  • No woman with an unbalanced mind would have been capable of it. Cited from The Victim, by Thomas Dixon
  • He seemed to recover from this, but a few years later would become even more unbalanced.
  • His mind was unbalanced about that matter; but charity was a different thing. Cited from Taquisara, by F. Marion Crawford
  • To be constantly running from one extreme to another shows an unbalanced character. Cited from More about Pixie, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • Unbalanced questions ask questions only from the point of view of one side of an argument.
  • Jasper now felt certain that the old man's mind was really unbalanced. Cited from Under Sealed Orders, by H.A. Cody
  • Connect those two feelings with the unbalanced state of my mind and you will easily understand the rest. Cited from The Rover's Secret, by Harry Collingwood
  • This occurs despite such free objects never being subjected to an unbalanced force.
  • Having become unbalanced by these events, he attempts to take control of the world's computers.
  • Unbalanced three-phase power can damage the equipment that it is meant to operate.
  • Opening two in a suit is natural, showing a hand with unbalanced distribution and limited strength.
  • The regular season was to be unbalanced, with each team playing two of the others three times and the third one only twice.
  • It would have been all right if he'd been used to it before, but getting good-looking so suddenly unbalanced him. Cited from Our Elizabeth, by Florence A. Kilpatrick
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Root form of unbalanced is unbalance for the verb.

Meaning of unbalanced

  • verb Throw out of balance or equilibrium
    The tax relief unbalanced the budget, The prima donna unbalances the smooth work in our department
  • verb Derange mentally, throw out of mental balance; make insane
    The death of his parents unbalanced him
  • adjective Being or thrown out of equilibrium