Definition of Sense of balance

1. Noun. A sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sense Of Balance

sensationalizations
sensationalize
sensationalized
sensationalizes
sensationalizing
sensationally
sensationless
sensations
sense
sense amplifier
sense amplifiers
sense datum
sense experience
sense impression
sense modality
sense of balance (current term)
sense of craft
sense of direction
sense of duty
sense of equilibrium
sense of hearing
sense of humor
sense of humour
sense of identity
sense of movement
sense of purpose
sense of responsibility
sense of right and wrong
sense of shame
sense of smell

Literary usage of Sense of balance

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1. Hints to Speakers and Players by Rosina Filippi (1911)
"But it does not only apply to gesture, it comprises knowledge of the boards, a sense of rhythm, a sense of balance, a sense of harmony. ..."

2. The Curtiss Aviation Book by Glenn Hammond Curtiss, Augustus Post (1912)
"Every one who has ever ridden a bicycle knows that the sense of balance comes ... Especially is a fine sense of balance necessary in making sharp turns. ..."

3. Lateral curvature of the spine and round shoulders by Robert Williamson Lovett (1916)
"Its upright position is due to a sense of balance possessed by the living ... This sense of balance expresses itself in a muscular contraction by which the ..."

4. The Curtiss Aviation Book by Glenn Hammond Curtiss, Augustus Post (1912)
"Every one who has ever ridden a bicycle knows that the sense of balance comes ... Especially is a fine sense of balance necessary in making sharp turns. ..."

5. Lateral Curvature of the Spine and Round Shoulders by Robert Williamson Lovett (1907)
"Its upright position is due to a sense of balance possessed by the living ... This sense of balance expresses itself in a muscular contraction by which the ..."

6. Structure & Growth of the Mind by William Mitchell (1907)
"We speak of a sense of balance because, whether or not it has had to be learnt, the co-operating factors are not thought apart, and consequently the feeling ..."

7. Text Book of Veterinary Medicine by James Law (1905)
"... and the direction and force of the currents of the endo- lymph and perilymph, destroys all proper sense of balance. The rotation of the subject as on a ..."

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