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more balanced

adjective as in equalized

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adjective as in settled financially

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In the fullness of time it is possible to see beyond the fleeting moments of a life to a more balanced and complete picture.

This bracing and, in truth, more balanced account than recent media spin convey should be welcomed, not castigated.

And yet the speaker of the house refuses to have a discussion about a more balanced approach to solving things.

By far, the most important topic on the G-20 agenda will be creating “a more balanced pattern of global growth,” as he put it.

Ellen's character, in a certain way, seems a more balanced character.

He has given excellent satisfaction and feels in every way that he is in a much more balanced condition than ever before.

It may even, or at least might, have had value, combined with an older or slightly more balanced temperament.

In one picture he has added a girl near a fireplace to make the picture more balanced.

There has been no sufficient tradition in the city of more balanced and varied human interests.

Of the two, Judas appears to have been the more balanced and unselfish character.


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On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to balanced, such as: equitable, fair, null, evened, offset, and stabilized.

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