well-balanced

[wel-bal-uhnst]
adjective
1.
rightly balanced, adjusted, or regulated: a well-balanced diet.
2.
sensible; sane: a well-balanced mind.

Origin:
1620–30

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well-balanced
 
adj
1.  having good balance or proportions
2.  of balanced mind; sane or sensible

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Example sentences
Throw in some veggies and you've got yourself a well-balanced meal in a few
  minutes.
Congratulations on a well-written, comprehensive and well-balanced account.
In a well-regulated and well-balanced economy, greed helps to keep the system
  expanding.
Without looking cramped, his well-balanced panels began to teem with crowds of
  individually articulated figures.
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