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equiponderant

equiponderant

adjective equi·pon·der·ant \-ˈpän-d(ə-)rənt\

Definition of EQUIPONDERANT

:  evenly balanced

Origin of EQUIPONDERANT

Medieval Latin aequiponderant-, aequiponderans, present participle of aequiponderare, from Latin aequi- + ponderare to weigh — more at ponder
First Known Use: 1630

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