overbalance[ō′vər bal′əns; for n. ō′vər bal′əns]
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something that outweighs or overbalances
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verb o·ver·bal·anced, o·ver·bal·anc·ing, o·ver·bal·anc·es verb, transitive
- To have greater weight or importance than.
- To throw off balance.
To lose one's balance.noun
- An excess in weight or quantity.
- Something that overbalances or more than equals something else.