- v. Simple past tense and past participle of balance.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. being in a state of proper balance or equilibrium; -- opposite of
- adj. being in a state of proper equilibrium
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“Lachlain had inched forward in his seat, staring him down for long moments, his expression balanced between anger at the question and embarrassment for the man for asking.”
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“Why does no one even mention the term balanced budget or fiscal responsibility any more?”
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“U.S. President Barack Obama said he disagrees with the S&P downgrade, but that he hopes it will prompt lawmakers in Washington to agree on what he called a balanced approach to debt and deficit reduction - including higher taxes for the wealthy and cuts in spending on social programs.”
“In the talks, she has pushed for revenue increases sufficient to meet Democrats' demands for a what they call a "balanced" package with spending cuts.”
“Republicans want deep spending cuts without any tax increases while Obama and Democrats call for what they term a "balanced" approach.”
“The president also used the speech to reiterate broad themes of his struggle with Republicans in Congress to achieve what he calls a balanced agreement to cut deficit spending and raise the nation's $14.3 trillion debt limit by August 2.”
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