Simple past tense and past participle of counterbalance.(verb)
Having a counterbalance(adjective)
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Use "counterbalanced" in a sentence
"Though it appeared better calculated to exclude the warm rays of the sun, than to keep out the cold; a cheerful fire within counterbalanced the evil; and I was seated opposite to a good natured squaw, and two or three children."
"It's naturally "counterbalanced" by their one Democrat even more concerned for the center than Rosen or Bai, Noah Feldman on differences among orthodox Jews."
"The study noted that not ethanol only produces 70 percent of the energy generated by gasoline and added that not all CO2 is "counterbalanced" in the process."