verb (used with object), un·bal·anced, un·bal·anc·ing.
Related formsun·bal·ance·a·ble, adjective
Examples from the Web for unbalance
He saw injustice everywhere, and it seemed almost to unbalance his mind.The Lighted Way|E. Phillips Oppenheim
An unbalance in one element will lock up another element until one has quite a time unlocking them again.
Herein lies the unbalance, the great biological menace to the future of civilization.The Pivot of Civilization|Margaret Sanger
Even their trumpeting shows a ferocity and unbalance that terrifies the natives.The Human Side of Animals|Royal Dixon
The change was not so great as to bring a sense of modernity to unbalance the effect of the whole, but only to make it more real.Abington Abbey|Archibald Marshall