from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A device that brings about and helps maintain equilibrium.
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"There is nothing wrong, and you must surrender to the psychic equilibrator so that I can proceed with the examination."
"The chassis needs truing up, the equilibrator has sagged out of plumb, and the ailerons have got to be readjusted, but it's only a matter of a few days at the outside before she'll be in shape.