Synonyms for unbalance
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : uhn-bal-uh ns|
|Phonetic Transcription : ʌnˈbæl əns|
Définition of unbalance
- noun imbalance
- Was it a fact that she had allowed her loss to unbalance—well, her judgment?
- Extract from : « Ruth Fielding Down East » by Alice B. Emerson
- The shock, moreover, was enough to unbalance the most critical judgment.
- Extract from : « When Ghost Meets Ghost » by William Frend De Morgan
- The only sensation was unbalance, as if I were walking uphill.
- Extract from : « The Scapegoat » by Richard Maples
- An unbalance in one element will lock up another element until one has quite a time unlocking them again.
- Extract from : « Northern Nut Growers Association Thirty-Fourth Annual Report 1943 » by Various
- She had, in her high moments, believed herself an adventuress whose poise and plans nothing could unbalance.
- Extract from : « Children of the Whirlwind » by Leroy Scott
- It's the unbalance of these things that creates trouble, and in your case, the demand outweighed the capability.
- Extract from : « Confidence Game » by James McKimmey
- It is such a poor regulator of unbalance that helpless infancy should not suffer neglect by its caprice.
- Extract from : « That Last Waif » by Horace Fletcher
- These scores indicate that scorch is related to magnesium deficiency or unbalance.
- Extract from : « Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Forty-Second Annual Meeting » by Northern Nut Growers Association
- Herein lies the unbalance, the great biological menace to the future of civilization.
- Extract from : « The Pivot of Civilization » by Margaret Sanger
- There was no unbalance in the minds that conceived the harmonious and magnificent structures of the temples.
- Extract from : « Incredible Adventures » by Algernon Blackwood
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