Thesaurus / disproportion

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There is a repetition of the charge of disproportion in objects, brought against Raffaelle, to which we do not implicitly bow.

The disproportion between the number of males and females attending is notable.

Venereal Diseases in New Zealand (1922)Committee Of The Board Of Health

Hence, to cultivate one to the neglect of the other is to disproportion him whom God created in His own image.

When the insurrection spread over the entire Island the disproportion between the two races was removed.

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Then, if you see that any part begins to shrink into disproportion, you can easily remedy it.

The two elder sisters felt strongly the disproportion of their marriages to that of their younger sister.

This disproportion between male and female scholars in Corsica is very remarkable.

But the disproportion between the taxes of the two kingdoms is much overrated in Great Britain.

The disproportion of women is more marked in town districts than in rural ones.

And once more, the inharmonious and unseemly nature can only tend to disproportion?

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