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acrobat a person who performs feats of balance and physical dexterity.
antibusing opposed to busing students between school districts in order to achieve racial balance in schools.
asymmetry the state or quality of having two unidentical halves; lack of balance.
balance to be in or come into a state of balance. [1/8 definitions]
bascule a counterweighted balance, esp. that used in bridges that are raised and lowered.
birling a game or contest of skill between two lumberjacks, won by whoever maintains his balance longest while balancing on and rotating a floating log.
busing in the United States, the transportation of school children in buses to schools that are not the nearest to their homes, esp. in order to achieve racial balance.
carrying charge the interest and service charge on the unpaid balance in installment buying. [1/2 definitions]
center of gravity that point in or near a body or mass about which all of its parts are in perfect balance.
cerebellum the region of the brain controlling voluntary muscle coordination and balance.
classical having a style resembling that of Greek and Roman art and literature, esp. including the qualities of simplicity, restraint, and balance. (Cf. romantic.) [1/3 definitions]
complement something that makes a fine accompaniment to something else, makes it complete or perfect, or creates a perfect balance for it. [2/7 definitions]
counterbalance to balance or offset with an equal force or influence; counterpoise. [1/2 definitions]
counterpoise to balance or offset with an equal force or influence; counterbalance. [1/3 definitions]
counterweight to place a counterweight upon; balance by using a counterweight. [1/2 definitions]
disequilibrium a lack or loss of stability, balance, or equilibrium, esp. in the economy.
dizzy having a sensation of spinning and loss of balance; giddy. [1/7 definitions]
equilibrant a force or forces that bring a system of forces into balance.
equilibrate to bring into or be in balance or equilibrium.
equilibrium a state in which all acting forces cancel each other to create balance or stability. [1/3 definitions]
equipoise a state of balance or equal weight, importance, or the like; equilibrium. [1/3 definitions]