self-balancing love


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective of someone or something that balances himself or itself


Sorry, no etymologies found.


Help support Wordnik (and make this page ad-free) by adopting the word self-balancing.


  • Last Wednesday Lembit Opik was granted his debate on Segways – or “self-balancing personal transporters”, as Hansard titled it.

    House Points: It's not the Ministry of Fun any more

  • Because they consider themselves to be a country with a national strategy, not a self-balancing, self-regulating "market."

    Dave Johnson: China Is Very "Business-Friendly"

  • Elsewhere in the book Mr. French, assessing modern Indian political campaigns, concludes that they "demonstrated in their complexity and illusion, in their duplicity and seeming chaos, that Indian elections were a self-balancing ecosystem."

    How to Get Ahead in India

  • The self-balancing metaphor could easily apply to the proper proportion of hereditary MPs, whether or not Mr. French realizes it.

    How to Get Ahead in India

  • In his current series, All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace, the target is the illusion that nature is self-balancing, and how machines make us believe in a stable world.

    In praise of… Adam Curtis | Editorial

  • Now the two-wheeled, self-balancing scooter is perhaps best known as a shopping center patrol vehicle and a tourist-toting cart.

    Brand Flops: Ford, GE, Coca-Cola Know Hype Can Hurt New Products

  • "If anyone can make a pig's ear of riding a sophisticated, self-balancing machine like this, Dubya can."

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • "If anyone can make a pig's ear of riding a sophisticated, self-balancing machine like this, Dubya can."

    Piers Morgan

  • A relatively safe pastime played atop the self-balancing machines, Segway polo has drawn an inclusive mix of players of varying age and athletic ability.

    Segway Polo's Kings Fight Back

  • Mastering the self-balancing electric transporter is easy – stand upright and lean from side to side to steer.

    Just get physical: active days out in Britain


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.