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acrobat a person who can do physical acts that take balance and skill.
acrobatic having to do with acrobats or feats of balance and skill.
balance to be in or come into a state of balance. [1/6 definitions]
dizzy having a feeling of spinning around and being about to lose one's balance. [1/4 definitions]
equilibrium a state of balance between two or more forces.
fin a thin, flat body part of a fish and certain other water animals which is used for swimming or balance. [1/3 definitions]
flounder1 to move forward in a clumsy way, often losing balance. [1/2 definitions]
kangaroo a mammal with long pointed ears, short front legs, and big, powerful back legs. Kangaroos use their large tails for balance when hopping. Kangaroos are marsupials that live in Australia and New Guinea. The females have a pouch in their belly, where they carry their baby for a few months after it is born. Some kinds of kangaroos are as small as rabbits; other kinds are as large as grown humans.
offset to make up for or balance.
on an even keel in balance or stable.
oppose to balance; be in contrast to. [1/2 definitions]
poise a state or position of balance. [1/4 definitions]
redeem to make up for; balance. [1/2 definitions]
reel2 to sway, stagger, or lose one's balance. [1/2 definitions]
stumble to trip or lose one's balance in walking or running. [1/4 definitions]
walk a tightrope to keep a difficult balance or middle position between opposed people or choices.
well-rounded having a proper balance. [1/2 definitions]
wobble to move or tip from side to side in an unsteady way; be out of balance.