Thesaurus / overbalanced

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In the real England the character I dreamt of exists, but very much mixed, and overbalanced by its contrary.

Soliloquies in EnglandGeorge Santayana

But their possibilities for good were overbalanced by their actualities of evil.

Fetichism in West AfricaRobert Hamill Nassau

One great defect he had, and this might well have overbalanced his attractive face.

His qualities of good more than overbalanced his imperfections.

Just before James Walsham came within sight of the sea, the child had overbalanced itself.

They will be overbalanced by cooperation by generosity, and a spirit of neighborly kindness.

But individual qualities were overbalanced by the disadvantages and evils just enumerated.

She bent lower—lower yet, until she overbalanced and fell like a crushed lily at her mother's feet.

What little good Torquay seemed to be doing her was more than overbalanced by a tragedy which occurred in the summer of 1840.

At the opening of the second round they attempted to clinch again, but missed each other, overbalanced and went to the mat.

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