overbalance

[ verb oh-ver-bal-uh ns; noun oh-ver-bal-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF overbalance
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Not quite; there is one quicker, which you will discover some day if you overbalance at the top!

He is always heavier—why doesn't he overbalance the small child?

This trouble and delay may overbalance the supposed advantages.

Several times, I have known men to overbalance and fall into the pit.

"I'll speak," he said abruptly, causing the fat man almost to overbalance.

The chances were in an overbalance against the empire; but for the emperor there was no chance at all.

The violence of his convictions was apt to overbalance his judgment.

Your home teaching must overbalance all that he hears outside.

If small pots are used, the head of the plant is apt to overbalance the whole.

These were needed as ballast, to overbalance the buoyancy of his inflated dress, and enable him to sink or rise at his pleasure.

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