Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Evenly poised; balanced.

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  • adjective in equilibrium; balanced

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Examples

  • But more: in the pataphysical narrative there is no concreted moment of resolution in the ending-as-return-to-beginning (because any moment may be both beginning and ending, equilibrious and resolutionary); and in accepting the duality of conflict as a form of balance, the pataphysical narrative ultimately accepts even the deeper abstract and formal symmetry of harmony and discord as yet another type of balance.

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  • But more: in the pataphysical narrative there is no concreted moment of resolution in the ending-as-return-to-beginning (because any moment may be both beginning and ending, equilibrious and resolutionary); and in accepting the duality of conflict as a form of balance, the pataphysical narrative ultimately accepts even the deeper abstract and formal symmetry of harmony and discord as yet another type of balance.

    More on Narrative

  • "You'll have to be of a very _equilibrious_ nature to do that," said

    Cricket at the Seashore

  • i must take the insights and understandings, of myself and others, to build something better. to find balance and resolve things back to an equilibrious state.

    Dawn of the Dead

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