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balanced (adj.)

1590s, "in equilibrium," past-participle adjective from balance (v.). In reference to meal, diet, etc., by 1908.

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Definitions of balanced

balanced (adj.)
being in a state of proper equilibrium;
the carefully balanced seesaw
the educated man shows a balanced development of all his powers
a balanced assessment of intellectual and cultural history
a balanced blend of whiskeys
a properly balanced symphony orchestra
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