What is a balanced sentence?

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A balanced sentence is a sentence that contains two or more clauses. These clauses are also parallel in structure. For example, The book concentrated on the evil of the hotel; the movie concentrated on the evil of the man.
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balanced sentence
NOUN
1.
a sentence consisting of two or more clauses that are parallel in structure.
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