"Yes; for I think the chance of happiness, in this instance, overbalances the risk," said Lady Anne.
A snake that "darts" when it has nothing secure to hold on by, only overbalances itself.
That in the present mood I am in overbalances everything that can be laid in the scale against it.'
All those states in Europe which were the remains of Gothic dominion, were thrown into internal conflicts by their “overbalances.”
Similarly with the leaning body, which, passing a certain inclination, overbalances.
You can tell then if the hat is too large or too small, whether it overbalances the figure, or if the silhouette will be pleasing.
For all its tiny legs, no bird wobbles or overbalances, much less trips or stumbles.
This, in the present mood I am in, overbalances everything that can be laid in the scale against it.