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Adjective
Proportionately weighted on all dimensions and therefore unlikely to tip over
“I would sit on a balanced log and just rest the muscles of my face that had become weary from smiling.”
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Having different elements in the correct proportions
“Healthy eating involves getting the right nutrients from a satisfying, varied and balanced diet.”
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Harmoniously integrated or combined, especially of sound or melody
“The key is to please the listener with balanced musical tones that are melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic.”
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Objective or fair, after taking everything into account
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“You made a balanced decision, fully including the possibility of the software being delayed until September.”
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Mentally calm, having no emotion too strong or too weak
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“Buddhist monks, connected to measuring devices, showed that they remained calm and balanced when gunshots were fired in the laboratory.”
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Having healthy and sound mental faculties
“At 29,000 feet, no one, not even the best of them, is fully mentally balanced and can be relied on to make correct decisions all of the time.”
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Financially validated or settled according to accounting principles
“An example of an accomplishment for a chief financial officer would be maintaining balanced financial records using generally accepted accounting principles.”
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Steady or balanced
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Able to be depended or relied on
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Evenly or fairly balanced
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Firmly fixed, supported, or balanced
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Well-rounded
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At the same height as someone or something else
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Reliable and unfailing
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A state in which a body is sound and healthy
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Refunding
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Full of virtue, having excellent moral character
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Competent or talented
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Having a pleasing shape, pleasant to look at
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Modern or contemporary
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Providing nutrients
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Put together as being equal, similar, or complementary to each other
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Having or relating to rhythm
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Stable psychologically
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Of or in a restrained conservative style
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On the brink
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Polite, elegant, and sophisticated in manner
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Without change or variation
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Verb
Past tense for to counteract or equal the effect or importance of
“I try to balance the number of calories I consume with the amount I expend on my daily activities.”
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Past tense for to hold (an object or objects) precariously
“Waiters were required to balance trays of food skillfully on the palms of their hands.”
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Past tense for to compare the relative weight or importance of
“We should know what to do once we balance the pros and cons of this decision.”
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Past tense for to be, or make, equal numerically
“The amount of food you eat should balance with the amount of physical activity or exercise you have in a day.”
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Past tense for to calculate a number or amount
“It may be time to hire an accountant to balance our finances.”
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Past tense for to pay or give what is owed
“We had to balance our account with the hotel before checking out.”
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Past tense for to waver between different courses of action
“She had a tendency to balance and waffle on certain hot-button issues.”
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