Definition of "counter-balanced" [counter-balanced]
Brought into equipoise by means of a weight or force that offsets another.(adjective)
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Use "counter-balanced" in a sentence
"Do post more in the Southern México forum, if for no other reason than to keep the Dawg counter-balanced."
"Unfortunately the bright spots were counter-balanced by data indicating unemployed women are still regretfully experiencing dramatically mixed results compared to their male counterparts depending on age and economic sector."
"This would help prevent deflation, or falling prices, as investors would be confident that any fall in prices in the near term would be counter-balanced by higher inflation down the road."