counter-balanced[ noun koun-ter-bal-uhns; verb koun-ter-bal-uhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF counter-balanced
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Page 114 : counter-balanced standardised to counterbalanced.
A further arrangement of value is that in all my engines the cranks are counter-balanced.
This was a great gain; but it was counter-balanced by a great loss.
Any evil may be counter-balanced and perhaps removed, if it can only be seen.
But the beauty of outdoor life and love for her special work have counter-balanced all difficulties.
Our people fought under one advantage, which more than counter-balanced the disadvantage of their inferiority in numbers.
The perforated face of the drum which carries the handle is counter-balanced, so that it may be used as a Nottingham reel.
Her presence would have more than counter-balanced the suffering but for one thing.
Without these, smallness of rent will be more than counter-balanced by increase in doctors' fees.
But these great advantages are counter-balanced by imperfections still greater.