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(of a person) emotionally stable.‘we all want well-balanced kids’
sensible, well adjusted, reasonable, rational, level-headed, sound, practical, discerning, logical, able to think clearly, lucid, clear-headed, coherentView synonyms
- ‘Today, she is well-balanced and honest and she told me her story.’
- ‘Many apparently well-balanced people have no strength of character.’
- ‘Sensitivity is a good thing but more important is to be emotionally well-balanced.’
- ‘For instance, Mariese is a very rational, well-balanced person and does not believe in fate.’
- ‘It's important too to find normal, sane and mentally well-balanced people to be around with.’
- ‘The final three are extremely well-balanced characters who come from different football backgrounds.’
- ‘Today, it is assumed that motherhood is a stressor and that the demands of parenting are likely to tip formerly well-balanced women over the edge.’
- ‘I am fairly well-balanced psychologically and understand my own transformations well.’
- ‘She takes great pains to explain that May is happy, settled, well-balanced and at a good school.’
- ‘He is a well-balanced boy with a clear understanding of what is right and wrong, and always gets an explanation when smacked.’
- ‘I think the fact that I know and understand this is what makes me a very well-balanced individual.’
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