equilibrium

[ ee-kwuh-lib-ree-uhm, ek-wuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF equilibrium

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EQUILIBRIUM

She was not going to have the equilibrium of her party disturbed, and that was all about it.

It simply must be done to preserve the equilibrium and avoid a spill.

The equilibrium which had shown a tendency to be established in her, was upset.

His equilibrium was upset, he again trembled with violent fever, as formerly.

We have seen the worst of the English sparrow; he has now found his equilibrium.

When the temperatures of the two junctions are the same, the system is in equilibrium.

The effort of speaking seemed to interfere with his equilibrium.

It required the equilibrium of a tight-rope walker, but Mr. Mix had it.

Equilibrium is the Universal, or that which has nothing external to derange it.

The point of equilibrium between the parties was soon passed.

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