overbalanced[ verb oh-ver-bal-uh ns; noun oh-ver-bal-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF overbalanced
Synonyms for overbalanced
- out of shape
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERBALANCED
Their emotions have overbalanced their reason in this field.
He said, that he would not suppose that they could be overbalanced.
The blind effort which he made to catch it overbalanced the automaton.
His qualities of good more than overbalanced his imperfections.
The centrifugal force has been overbalanced by the centripetal.
I am sorry for it; because it shows that your confidence in your father is overbalanced by your curiosity.
“Passion must have overbalanced her reason and driven her mad,” he said aside to me.
But his anger at the Bailiff's intrusion was overbalanced by curiosity.
He winced: but all was overbalanced by this, that Skinner had not come to bear witness for the Plaintiff.
But in her haste she overbalanced herself, and came with a crash to the floor.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OVERBALANCED
- not flat
- not level
- not parallel