Balance : Synonyms and Antonyms


( Verb )

How long can you
balance yourself on your foot?


1. Equalize

2. Adjust

3. Poise

4. Weight

5. Pit

Contextual Examples:

The new Finance Act provides the opportunities to
equalize wages between man and woman in the public sector.

Let us
adjust out differences, because they become public.

The hawk
poised in the mid-air ready to swoop.


1. Overbalance

2. Tilt

3. Upset

Contextual Examples:

With no strong opposition political party in India, The Congress
overbalances political power.

Because of a democratic constitution, the power is
tilted in favor of the masses.

Gas tragedy In Bhopal, India
upset the life of the city.

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