commensurate[ kuh-men-ser-it, -sher- ]SEE DEFINITION OF commensurate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMENSURATE
It is commensurate with the degree in which they themselves appear not in their work.
No gratitude could be commensurate with the benefit I conferred upon you.
"My fee shall be commensurate with my inexperience," I smiled.
Whether the results were commensurate with our efforts I cannot say.
Love, which is commensurate with life, has innumerable phases.
Our attainments in these directions appear to be commensurate with our needs.
Let the education of woman be commensurate with her influence.
The dimensions of our luminary are commensurate with his importance.
Justice demands that punishment be commensurate with reward.
What do adequate, commensurate, and sufficient alike signify?