To give equal balance or weight to.(verb-transitive)
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Use "equiponderate" in a sentence
"Why, you know Tacitus saith, “In rebus bellicis maxime dominalur Fortuna,” which is equiponderate with our vernacular adage, “Luck can maist in the mellee.”"
"Momentarily left to itself amid grounded vehicles and mountains of supplies, the stunned Amplitur struggled to equiponderate its equilibrium."
"` ` Why, you know, Tacitus saith ` _In rebus bellicis maxime dominatur Fortuna, + which is equiponderate with our vernacular adage, ` Luck can maist in the mellee."