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counterpoising

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synonyms for counterpoising

  • accommodate
  • atone
  • balance
  • bury the hatchet
  • come to terms
  • compose
  • conciliate
  • counterbalance
  • counterpoise
  • countervail
  • forgive and forget
  • make amends
  • make peace
  • mend
  • offset
  • outweigh
  • pacify
  • recompense
  • redeem
  • redress
  • requite
  • set off
  • settle
  • shake hands
  • compensate for
  • counterbalance
  • negate
  • nullify
  • offset
  • overcome
  • redress
  • subdue
  • abrogate
  • annul
  • balance
  • cancel
  • conquer
  • countercheck
  • counterpoise
  • countervail
  • defeat
  • frustrate
  • invalidate
  • negative
  • override
  • overrule
  • undo
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antonyms for counterpoising

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  • disagree
  • aid
  • approve
  • encourage
  • establish
  • give up
  • help
  • lose
  • permit
  • support
  • surrender
  • validate
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How to use counterpoising in a sentence

The counterpoising or balancing medium consisted of money to be given to the Church.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
This was usually done on the pretense of picking up the counterpoising weight which had been purposely left on the ground.
THE MANBOS OF MINDANOJOHN M. GARVAN
The thought wrought in her something more than forgetfulness of pain or the expectation of counterpoising bliss.
MARK RUTHERFORD'S DELIVERANCEMARK RUTHERFORD
He returns to his main thesis, and other counterpoising arguments occur to him.
PLUM PUDDINGCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
Also, a counterpoising log of wood, rigged out from the side of a narrow boat or canoe, to prevent it from being upset.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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