Example sentences for: imbalances

How can you use “imbalances” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Exley put all he had into his books, and what he had, besides his talent, was shockingly little: a troubled heart, a bottle, an affection for the home team, and a cacophony of chemical imbalances.

  • In delivering assistance to state and local governments, we heard-especially in New York-about imbalances in the allocation of money.

  • "This commitment to slow growth," writes Greider, "does protect the value of money and financial assets, but it is like a noose thrown around the advanced economies, sure to deepen their imbalances in production and employment."

  • Calling for a more dynamic Anglo-German partnership to tackle Europe's problems, Blair wrote that he and Schröder wanted to discuss the pace of enlarging Europe eastward, how to reform and restore confidence in financial institutions, how to combat over-regulation in Europe, develop a European defense identity, reform the common agricultural policy, and correct European budget imbalances.

  • The story of the sexual activity is disturbing, given the power imbalances between the participants, but the story is a tawdry one, and most well-mannered people would just as soon not have to hear about it, especially since the "victim" is not making any complaint.


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