imbalanced imbalanced

Definition(s):

  • (adj) being or thrown out of equilibrium

Usage(s):

  1. The Arab world in return feels that this is an imbalanced system; there is a sense of humiliation and impotence.
  2. When the boat became totally imbalanced it was enough for only a small waveinitially, the mere rumor of regulatory changes designed to cool China's stock feverto sink the ship.
  3. What I found a tad disconcerting was what seems like its imbalanced comparison by TV critics to Showtime's 'Nurse Jackie'.

News

  1. Schmuck: American League East teams still born to be wild

    The Orioles haven't reached the halfway point of the regular season quite yet, but they are putting the lie to the notion that the American League divisions are so imbalanced that the AL East teams are at an extreme disadvantage in the race for the two wild-card playoff berths.        
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Baltimore Sun

  2. Schmuck: American League East teams are still born to be wild

    The Orioles haven't reached the halfway point of the regular season quite yet, but they are putting the lie to the notion that the American League divisions are so imbalanced that the AL East teams are at an extreme disadvantage in the race for the two wild-card playoff berths.        
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Baltimore Sun

Quotes

  1. "It's something that I want to be aware of and be cautious about, especially with the family, that everybody's protected," Pitt said. "I mean it's rare, but there are imbalanced people out there. I've had break-ins in the house ...... I've...
    on Sep 17, 2007 By: Brad Pitt Source: FOXNews

  2. "This fellow is a little imbalanced, it would appear. I mean look at the outfit he has," mayor Oscar Goodman, a well-known opponent of graffiti, told Fox 5. "You almost have to feel sorry for the fact he's trying to get this kind of attention...
    on Dec 18, 2009 By: Oscar Goodman Source: Newser

  3. Wang described the overall theme as "almost imbalanced balance."
    on Feb 7, 2008 By: Vera Wang Source: International Herald Tribune

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