equipoised

[ ee-kwuh-poiz, ek-wuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF equipoised

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This calling was too precarious to suit his equipoised mind.

Have you not often said that the world has yet to learn the results of an equipoised, many-sided development?

They equipoised some of that surplus gravity which has at times caused the country to tip up on its eastern edge.

And what are we—ripples on the tides of a birthless, deathless, equipoised Creative-Purpose—but little works of Art?