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synonyms for outbalance

  • cancel out
  • counterbalance
  • eclipse
  • exceed
  • offset
  • overcome
  • overshadow
  • prevail
  • surpass
  • balance
  • compensate
  • counterpoise
  • countervail
  • excel
  • outrival
  • outrun
  • predominate
  • preponderate
  • atone for
  • make up for
  • set off
  • take precedence
  • tip the scales

antonyms for outbalance

MOST RELEVANT
  • fail
  • fall behind
  • lose
  • surrender
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How to use outbalance in a sentence

Often a question would pass round the whole Form, and the number of misses to each name began greatly to outbalance the marks.
A FOURTH FORM FRIENDSHIPANGELA BRAZIL
Profit or loss in the bond speculation is likely to outbalance loss or profit in the circulation transaction.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
And yet, did this and other gains really outbalance my losses?
THE GOLDEN AGEKENNETH GRAHAME
Yet a good digestion, a bounding pulse, and high spirits are elements of happiness which no external advantages can outbalance.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS--VOLUME 14--PHILOSOPHY AND ECONOMICSVARIOUS
In the Shelley copy "o'erbalance" has been erased and "outbalance" inserted in Byron's handwriting.
THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, VOLUME 6LORD BYRON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO OUTBALANCE

  • atone for
  • balance
  • cancel out
  • compensate
  • counterbalance
  • counterpoise
  • countervail
  • eclipse
  • exceed
  • excel
  • make up for
  • offset
  • outbalance
  • outrival
  • outrun
  • overcome
  • overshadow
  • predominate
  • preponderate
  • prevail
  • set off
  • surpass
  • take precedence
  • tip the scales
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.