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What is another word for unbalanced?

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Adjective
Lopsided and not evenly balanced
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“The nation is vast in territory, unbalanced in its distribution of resources and industries, and has a huge population.”
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Unstable, especially from not being evenly balanced
“It just made for an unbalanced walk to the shower and a slightly less groggy march to the kitchen, where Dad sat at the breakfast table, normal as you please, reading the paper.”
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Not giving accurate, fair, or equal treatment to all persons or aspects
“The board accused McBeth of writing an unbalanced manuscript that was biased against the conservative resurgence within the SBC.”
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Not having a sound state of mind
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“As for the mentally unbalanced people that seem to be attracted to this site, remember that hate is not a good thing.”
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Feeling rather upset, bothered or distressed
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“Some who were not immediately affected became emotionally unbalanced by the terrors of those around them.”
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Deviating from what is considered normal
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“His was an unfinished life, a strange and unbalanced character, not without suspicion of insanity.”
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Displaying a lack of sensibleness or good judgment
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(of a person) Unable to think clearly
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Fickle in nature
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Not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something
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Not working or adjusted properly
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In a frenzied or hyperactive state
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Excessive or lacking restraint
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Abnormally regulated or controlled
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Having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger
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Insular in one's views, opinions or outlook
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Feeling worried and uneasy
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Verb
Past tense for to upset the balance or equilibrium of
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“An adroitly placed foot suddenly lifting the appropriate table leg will dramatically unbalance the table, causing it to rear up and crash excitingly to the floor.”
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Past tense for to cause to go crazy or insane
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“Recent events would unbalance his state of mind.”
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Past tense for to send (usually someone) to the ground
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Past tense for to divert one's mind or attention (to something else)
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