Antonyms for counter-balance

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I hope the saving will counter-balance the trouble of raising the money.

But there are some other things which counter-balance this tendency.

The Counter-balance is a large can filled with earth, sand, or small stones.

What did the Prince have to counter-balance the shocks of destiny?

And then the reflection and contempt which such bring upon themselves by it, is a counter-balance.

In this way it would in a measure pull the nose of the Aeroplane up and counter-balance the "nose-heavy" tendency.

I cannot understand what Watson means by the "counter-balance in nature" to divergent variation.

They may counter-balance in some instances the higher percentage of actual lime when comparison is made with the hydrate.

If a man does not like certain kinds of animals or crops, his farm or market must possess an unusual advantage to counter-balance.

Ballast consisting of a bottle of sand or salt of twice the combined weight of counter-balance K and the car.