overbalancing

[ verb oh-ver-bal-uh ns; noun oh-ver-bal-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF overbalancing
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There is, therefore, no gladness without its overbalancing sorrow.

She screamed, and the clerk, overbalancing, fell heavily under the table.

So violent was the effort that again Jan was on the point of overbalancing.

He pulled it to the side, overbalancing the huge, sailed creature.

"Ta' my boots off," he grunted, trying to reach his feet and overbalancing.

This principle of overbalancing the exciting coils is shown on diagram, Fig. 2.

Dad, overbalancing in his rage, had pitched and fallen headlong down the stairs.

A single branch stood upright at that deceiving angle; a heavier one submerged must have been overbalancing it.

The joy of material things rose suddenly, overbalancing the last remnant of the philosophy he had reared.

Afraid of overbalancing in the bulky suit Dane did not lean forward to stare up into the shaft.

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