unbalance

[uhn-bal-uhns]
verb (used with object), unbalanced, unbalancing.
1.
to throw or put out of balance.
2.
to disorder or derange, as the mind.
noun
3.
unbalanced condition.

Origin:
1580–90; un-2 + balance

unbalanceable, adjective
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unbalance (ʌnˈbæləns)
 
vb
1.  to upset the equilibrium or balance of
2.  to disturb the mental stability of (a person or his mind)
 
n
3.  imbalance or instability

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Example sentences
Fear of possible unbalance, excitement about potential mating, according to the gender.
The relay shall also provide motor protection from complete phase current loss and current unbalance.
Any budget unbalance is recommended to draw upon the fund balance rather than increases in fees or taxes.
If the ability to cope becomes compromised, these stresses may act to unbalance our mental and emotional health.
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