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Example Sentences for balance

The actual decrease may be found by means of a spring balance.

The few that glare each character must mark; You balance not the many in the dark.

The fate of England probably lay in the balance at this moment, more than in 1588 or 1798.

I paid him the balance of wages due him, and we parted with a hearty shake of hands.

My friend only paid about £8 in duties, the balance of the bonded goods having to be sealed down under hatches.

He caught his balance and rested against the tree, nodding in satisfaction.

The whole fate of the Confederacy would waver in the balance on the morrow.

The handle did not seem to be long enough to balance the head.

She sprang lightly to the heap of nets, lost her balance, stumbled, and sat down very suddenly.

The balance of trade with Europe alone is more than a million a day in our favour.

Word Origin & History of - balance

    Word Origin & History

    balance late 13c., "apparatus for weighing," from O.Fr. balance (12c.) "balance, scales for weighing," also in the figurative sense; from M.L. bilancia, from L.L. bilanx (acc. bilancem), from L. (libra) bilanx "(scale) having two pans," possibly from L. bis "twice" + lanx "dish, plate, scale of a balance." The accounting sense is from 1580s; the meaning "general harmony between parts" is from 1732; sense of "physical equipoise" is from 1660s. The verb is attested from 1570s. Balance of power in the geopolitical sense is from 1701; balanced meal, diet, etc. is from 1908.

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The Definition of - balance (noun)

    a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equal distribution of weight, amount, etc.
    something used to produce equilibrium; counterpoise.
    mental steadiness or emotional stability; habit of calm behavior, judgment, etc.
    a state of bodily equilibrium:
    He lost his balance and fell down the stairs.
    an instrument for determining weight, typically by the equilibrium of a bar with a fulcrum at the center, from each end of which is suspended a scale or pan, one holding an object of known weight, and the other holding the object to be weighed.
    the remainder or rest:
    He carried what he could and left the balance for his brother to bring.
    the power or ability to decide an outcome by throwing one's strength, influence, support, or the like, to one side or the other.
    (in winemaking) the degree to which all the attributes of a wine are in harmony, with none either too prominent or deficient.
    1. equality between the totals of the two sides of an account.
    2. the difference between the debit total and the credit total of an account.
    3. unpaid difference represented by the excess of debits over credits.
    an adjustment of accounts.
    the act of balancing; comparison as to weight, amount, importance, etc.; estimate.
    preponderating weight:
    The balance of the blame is on your side.
    Fine Arts. composition or placement of elements of design, as figures, forms, or colors, in such a manner as to produce an aesthetically pleasing or harmoniously integrated whole.
    Dance. a balancing movement.
    Also called balance wheel. Horology. a wheel that oscillates against the tension of a hairspring to regulate the beats of a watch or clock.
    (initial capital letter) Astronomy, Astrology. the constellation or sign of Libra; Scales.
    Audio. (in a stereophonic sound system) the comparative loudness of two speakers, usually set by a control (balance control) on the amplifier or receiver.
    verb (used with object), balanced, balancing.
    to bring to or hold in equilibrium; poise:
    to balance a book on one's head.
    to arrange, adjust, or proportion the parts of symmetrically.
    to be equal or proportionate to:
    I'm always happy when cash on hand balances expected expenses. One side of an equation must balance the other.
    1. to add up the two sides of (an account) and determine the difference.
    2. to make the necessary entries in (an account) so that the sums of the two sides will be equal.
    3. to settle by paying what remains due on an account; equalize or adjust.
    to weigh in a balance.
    to estimate the relative weight or importance of; compare:
    to balance all the probabilities of a situation.
    to serve as a counterpoise to; counterbalance; offset:
    The advantages more than balance the disadvantages.
    Dance. to move in rhythm to and from:
    to balance one's partner.
    verb (used without object), balanced, balancing.
    to have an equality or equivalence in weight, parts, etc.; be in equilibrium:
    The account doesn't balance. Do these scales balance?
    Accounting. to reckon or adjust accounts.
    to waver or hesitate:
    He would balance and temporize endlessly before reaching a decision.
    Dance. to move forward and backward or in opposite directions.
    in the balance, with the outcome in doubt or suspense:
    While the jury deliberated, his fate rested in the balance.
    on balance, considering all aspects:
    On balance, the new product is doing well.