verb (used with object), out·bal·anced, out·bal·anc·ing.
- outboard motor,
- outboard profile
Origin of outbalance
Examples from the Web for outbalance
In the Shelley copy "o'erbalance" has been erased and "outbalance" inserted in Byron's handwriting.The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 6|Lord Byron
Profit or loss in the bond speculation is likely to outbalance loss or profit in the circulation transaction.Readings in Money and Banking|Chester Arthur Phillips
Yet a good digestion, a bounding pulse, and high spirits are elements of happiness which no external advantages can outbalance.
Often a question would pass round the whole Form, and the number of misses to each name began greatly to outbalance the marks.A Fourth Form Friendship|Angela Brazil