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unbalanced

Line breaks: un|bal¦anced
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbalənst
 
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Definition of unbalanced in English:

adjective

1(Of a person) emotionally or mentally disturbed: she considered him to be mentally unbalanced and dangerous
More example sentences
  • And as for the mentally unbalanced people that seem to be attracted to this site remember that hate is not a good thing.
  • Is it wrong to not want mentally unbalanced people in your life?
  • Some of those she took in were broken, homeless, mentally unbalanced people.
Synonyms
2Not giving accurate, fair, or equal coverage to all aspects; partial: this may give an unbalanced impression of the competition
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  • Questions of media bias came to the fore as members of the Liberal party machine accused the ABC of unbalanced coverage.
  • Opposition indigenous affairs spokesman Kim Carr said the government's policy was unfair, unbalanced and one-sided.
  • On this day, of all days, they choose to spread their unfair, unbalanced message, a message that I think can only be fairly understood as expressing hostility to our great country.
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