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  • v. Present participle of overbalance.

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Examples

  • His pack swung suddenly to the side, overbalancing him.

    CHAPTER 3

  • The next he knew, big as he was, he was whirled half around and sent reeling backward, the trunk overbalancing him, till he fetched up with a crash against the wall.

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • No more in her spiritual life than in carrying the hundredweights of grain was there a possibility of a misstep or an overbalancing.

    SAMUEL

  • The next he know, big as he was, he was whirled half around and sent reeling backward, the trunk overbalancing him, till he fetched up with

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • It's this overbalancing toward quarterly reporting that led Thomas Donohue, president of the U.S.

    False Gods And Wall Street's Future

  • Amid the swinging and shifting and overbalancing and a great deal of welcome laughter, things gradually settled down into a fragile stability.

    The Overton Window

  • One of them let out a squawk, tried to back away from something and, overbalancing, fell back.

    Cattle Town

  • Dor tried to grab an arm and haul the creature off, but it clung tenaciously, overbalancing him, still gnawing.

    Falcon Street

  • As I did so, overbalancing, Buddy pushed me into the pool.

    Beard

  • Overemployment happens when too many people are working and making too much money, overbalancing the gold in Fort Knox.

    boomeander

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