Sentence Examples

  • The luxury of one class is counterbalanced by the indigence of another.
  • Where there is a rock or a log rising near to the surface the ice over it is much thinner, and is frequently quite dissolved by this reflected heat; and I have been told that in the experiment at Cambridge to freeze water in a shallow wooden pond, though the cold air circulated underneath, and so had access to both sides, the reflection of the sun from the bottom more than counterbalanced this advantage.
  • These price falls counterbalanced rising energy and services costs, to keep average inflation figures benign.
  • In magnetic confinement devices, this outward pressure is counterbalanced by magnetic forces.
  • Now they find that increased shipping costs have counterbalanced the low wage advantage.

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