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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
accordant, alike, all there, apoise, assured, automatic, clearheaded, clearminded, coequal, collected, commonsense, compos mentis, composed, concinnate, concinnous, confident, consistent, consonant, constant, continuous, cool, coolheaded, coordinate, correspondent, defensible, deserved, due, equable, equal, equanimous, equibalanced, equilateral, equilibrious, equiponderant, equiponderous, equitable, euphonic, euphonical, euphonious, eurythmic, even, evenhanded, fair, fair and square, fast, fiducial, finished, firm, firm as Gibraltar, fit, flat, flowing, fluent, good, harmonious, healthy-minded, homogeneous, immutable, imperturbable, in equilibrium, invariable, just, justifiable, justified, lawful, legal, level, levelheaded, logical, lucid, measured, mechanical, meet, meet and right, mentally sound, merited, methodic, monolithic, normal, of a piece, of sound mind, ordered, orderly, persistent, philosophical, poised, practical, pragmatic, predictable, proper, proportioned, rational, reasonable, recollected, regular, reliable, right, right and proper, rightful, robotlike, sane, sane-minded, secure, self-assured, self-confident, self-controlled, self-possessed, self-restrained, sensible, smooth, smooth-sounding, sober, sober-minded, solid, sound, sound-minded, square, stable, steadfast, steady, substantial, sweet, symmetric, symmetrical, systematic, together, tripping, unbroken, unchangeable, unchanged, unchanging, undeviating, undifferentiated, undiversified, unflappable, unflinching, uniform, unruffled, unshakable, unvaried, unvarying, unwavering, warrantable, warranted, well-balanced, well-set, well-set-up, wholesome, without nerves
Dictionary Results for balanced:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
    adj 1: being in a state of proper equilibrium; "the carefully
           balanced seesaw"; "a properly balanced symphony
           orchestra"; "a balanced assessment of intellectual and
           cultural history"; "a balanced blend of whiskeys"; "the
           educated man shows a balanced development of all his
           powers" [ant: imbalanced, unbalanced]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Balance \Bal"ance\ (b[a^]l"ans), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Balanced
   (b[a^]l"anst); p. pr. & vb. n. Balancing
   (b[a^]l"an*s[i^]ng).] [From Balance, n.: cf. F. balancer.]
   1. To bring to an equipoise, as the scales of a balance by
      adjusting the weights; to weigh in a balance.
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   2. To support on a narrow base, so as to keep from falling;
      as, to balance a plate on the end of a cane; to balance
      one's self on a tight rope.
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   3. To equal in number, weight, force, or proportion; to
      counterpoise, counterbalance, counteract, or neutralize.
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            One expression . . . must check and balance another.
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   4. To compare in relative force, importance, value, etc.; to
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            Balance the good and evil of things.  --L'Estrange.
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   5. To settle and adjust, as an account; to make two accounts
      equal by paying the difference between them.
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            I am very well satisfied that it is not in my power
            to balance accounts with my Maker.    --Addison.
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   6. To make the sums of the debits and credits of an account
      equal; -- said of an item; as, this payment, or credit,
      balances the account.
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   7. To arrange accounts in such a way that the sum total of
      the debits is equal to the sum total of the credits; as,
      to balance a set of books.
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   8. (Dancing) To move toward, and then back from,
      reciprocally; as, to balance partners.
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   9. (Naut.) To contract, as a sail, into a narrower compass;
      as, to balance the boom mainsail.
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   Balanced valve. See Balance valve, under Balance, n.
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   Syn: To poise; weigh; adjust; counteract; neutralize;
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
balanced \bal"anced\ adj.
   being in a state of proper balance or equilibrium; --
   opposite of unbalanced. the carefully balanced seesaw a
   properly balanced symphony orchestra a balanced assessment of
   intellectual and cultural history a balanced blend of
   whiskeys the educated man shows a balanced development of all
   his powers [Narrower terms: counterbalanced,
   counter-balanced, counterpoised; well-balanced; poised]
   [Related terms: stable --- (maintaining equilibrium)]
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