disproportionate[ dis-pruh-pawr-shuh-nit, -pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disproportionate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPROPORTIONATE
The brain in Ants as in Man has undergone a disproportionate development.
Surely the gods, by miracle, must have checked so disproportionate a sacrifice!
This burthen did not seem at all disproportionate to their strength.
Satisfactory; yet surely she greeted it with disproportionate joy.
John and Christine were paying all the bill—at least a disproportionate amount.
Phobias: Phobias are fears that are disproportionate to the threat of a situation.
But the head was of disproportionate size, and the teeth were very powerful.
Disproportionate development is the only never-failing criterion.
There was a disproportionate amount of energy given to strikes at this time.
It was, moreover, disproportionate to the cost of the service of delivery.