- unbalanced translocation,
Origin of unbalanced
verb (used with object), un·bal·anced, un·bal·anc·ing.
Origin of unbalance
Examples from the Web for unbalanced
In Rwanda, an unbalanced ratio leaves 83 of every 100 citizens dependent on the leftover 17 for survival.
But he neither liked nor trusted Governor La Follette, whom he regarded as unbalanced and dangerous to the Republican Party.The GOP’s Last Identity Crisis Remade U.S. Politics|Michael Wolraich|July 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Bob Smith: unbalanced, inconstant, and even more of a carpetbagger than the other guy.
The important challenge is to correct for the unbalanced and unfair nature of this exchange.Obama and Felipe Calderón Blow Chance to Talk Substance at G-20|John M. Ackerman|June 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He has never voted to raise taxes; he has never voted to approve an unbalanced budget.
Paddle wheels are sometimes provided with cast iron floats to act as counterweights to some unbalanced part of the engine.Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II|Joshua Rose
The mystery of sea-life, we felt, had unbalanced the public view.Merchantmen-at-Arms|David W. Bone
He was a musician and a man of culture—qualities that, in a prince, must be taken as dangerous indications of an unbalanced mind.Essays in Rebellion|Henry W. Nevinson
This is the meaning of the cry raised against Tolstoy as unbalanced, in this latest change of his life from riches unto poverty.Lectures on Russian Literature|Ivan Panin
Not without power in him, but unbalanced, hysterical, alternating between buffoonery and these schoolgirl emotions.The Path of the King|John Buchan