Their strength in defence counterbalances our strength in attack.
The girl's earnest effort counterbalanced her slowness at learning.
His wife's calm nature acts as a counterbalance to his excitability.
The hypothetical electron smeart must exert a net attractive Hellmann-Feynman force to counterbalance the internuclear repulsion.
The heavy tail probably acted as a counterbalance.
Plus, she says, the President needs a counterbalance.
Supporters say the deal counterbalances China's influence in the area's economy.
It has weights on the back to serve as a counterbalance.
Half the length of its body, it acts like a built-in counterbalance.
And therefore it can use it as a counterbalance better in order to turn quickly.
But perhaps I go too fast. Perhaps you have awful faults to counterbalance your few good points.'
A precise mechanism in the arm counterbalances the display, making the height and angle adjustments feel almost weightless.
His long, stiff tail helps counterbalance him so he's a very quick, very agile and very fast dinosaur.
Then, they temporarily counterbalanced the structure with 600 tons of lead ingots before anchoring the base with steel cables.
But since the Obama administration has pitched TPP as a counterbalance to an assertive China, Mr Schumer's demands are harder to ignore.
Unorthodox, but what a stroke of inspiration, Harry, of course, that would tend to counterbalance the occasional side effects of excessive singing and nose-tweaking...