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adjective as in uneven

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The use of off-balance-sheet debt is often a way to try to avoid getting as much investor scrutiny.

Life is so much more interesting when you can keep other people just a little off-balance.

It also has looked off-balance and seems to yearn for the era of the dictators that provided predictability.

Libra The current cosmic climate brings temptation, potentially setting you off-balance.

Indeed, Congress confronted this same problem in 1933, when it investigated the off-balance sheet transactions of that era.

As Sheffield raised his right arm for the tap, his elbow jabbed against the breast of his opponent, topping the boy off-balance.

An unusually heavy roll caught him slightly off-balance and jostled him against the detective.

As the raft became even more off-balance, it tilted to a sharper angle, sliding all the Cubs except one into the river.

Even when she was off-balance, her feet tapped out the elementary routine.

The second beam took Rynason in the left wrist and spun him off-balance for a moment.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to off-balance, such as: lopsided, and unsteady.

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