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Spell check of unbalanced

Correct spelling: unbalanced

mental, crazed, mad, pallid, frenzied, wan, ghastly, daffy, certifiable, cranky, of unsound mind, softheaded, berserk, bedlam, grisly, uneven, frantic, psychotic, scatty, moonstruck, balmy, asymmetrical, disturbed, treacherous, macabre, unsymmetrical, grim, rash, feverish, untrustworthy, unreliable, imbalanced, distracted, irrational, nuts, queasy, distraught, loco, psycho, upset, touched, sick of, wild, unsound, off, barmy, unrestrained, daft, crazy, screwball, batty, fed up, deranged, mentally ill, blithering, excited, gruesome, bananas, maladjusted, dotty, unequal, disgusted, crackers, lopsided, cracked, kooky, loony tunes, lunatic, biased, unstable, buggy, nauseous, distressed, brainsick, meshuga, wacko, around the bend, nauseated, disordered, crackpot, screwy, maniacal, troubled, neurotic, ill, bonkers, tired of, harebrained, crackbrained, unsteady, loony, wobbly, haywire, half-baked, babbling, fruity, unhinged, demented, nutty, gaga, disproportionate, huffy, bughouse, sickish, wud, disquieted, wacky, cuckoo, worried, insane, hysterical, non compos mentis, bats, shaky, sane, schizoid, pale, wrong, sick, maniac, delirious, sore.

harmonious, sensible, well-balanced, judicious, proportionate, clear, reasonable, poised, healthy, normal, counterbalanced, level, substantial, equilibrated, symmetrical, counterpoised, straight, well-adjusted, stabilized, unneurotic, even, stable, rational, balanced, sound, equal, wise, steady, compos mentis, sturdy, sane, lucid.

Examples of usage:

1) Isn't it absurd that he should fly off in this unbalanced fashion because of a few words? - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

2) If he has a singularly unbalanced nature, can I help it? - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) Been satisfied to find that answer, and therefore stopped looking for the possibilities inherent in unbalanced equations? - "Eight Keys to Eden", Mark Irvin Clifton.