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1‘a balanced view of the issues involved’
fair, equitable, just, unbiased, unprejudiced, objective, impartial, dispassionate, in proportion, that takes everything into account
2‘a balanced diet’
healthy, sensible, well balanced
3‘she would come to terms with her predicament as any balanced individual would do’
level-headed, well balanced, well adjusted, sensible, practical, realistic, with both feet on the ground, with one's feet on the ground, prudent, circumspect, pragmatic, wise, reasonable, rational, mature, stable, sane, even-tempered, commonsensical, full of common sense, judicious, sound, sober, businesslike, reliable, dependable
calm, cool, collected, composed, cool, calm, and collected, serene, relaxed, at ease, confident, equable, unworried, unmoved, unemotional, cool-headed, imperturbable
informal together, laid-back, unflappable
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