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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of outbalance.

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Examples

  • Abortion must be the most trivial thing in the world–right down there with blowing your nose–to be outbalanced by convenience issues like these.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A Constitutional Right to Self-Defense?

  • I expect that the increase in cost which favors the rich & foolish will be more than outbalanced by the increase in rigor, so that a higher proportion of the summitting slots will end up going to people who can actually use them in reasonable safety.

    An Everest Proposal

  • But too often in history, reality comes in the form of dreams so sundered that one wonders if the gains outbalanced the losses.

    Ex-Billionaire's Nightmare: Yukos Bankruptcy Suit Set

  • I expect that the increase in cost which favors the rich & foolish will be more than outbalanced by the increase in rigor, so that a higher proportion of the summitting slots will end up going to people who can actually use them in reasonable safety.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • And she longed with an intensity that outbalanced for the time every other feeling that he should confess his sin fully, entirely — see it in all its ugliness and gather himself together into a deep repentance before he went down into silence, or before he made a fresh start in life.

    Red Pottage

  • The occasional Zell Miller seems to me more than outbalanced by the Daschles, Hollingses, Harkinses, and Dorgans disclaimer: I once worked in Byron Dorgan's office, when he was in the House rather than the Senate, the occasional Gramm or Goldwater by the Helmses and Thurmonds.

    Archive 2002-09-15

  • The occasional Zell Miller seems to me more than outbalanced by the Daschles, Hollingses, Harkinses, and Dorgans disclaimer: I once worked in Byron Dorgan's office, when he was in the House rather than the Senate, the occasional Gramm or Goldwater by the Helmses and Thurmonds.

    Jacob T. Levy

  • The occasional Zell Miller seems to me more than outbalanced by the Daschles, Hollingses, Harkinses, and Dorgans disclaimer: I once worked in Byron Dorgan's office, when he was in the House rather than the Senate, the occasional Gramm or Goldwater by the Helmses and Thurmonds.

    09/15/2002 - 09/22/2002

  • As usual when they met face-to-face, the demands of common courtesy and of a common cause outbalanced personal differences.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • As usual when they met face-to-face, the demands of common courtesy and of a common cause outbalanced personal differences.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

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