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See definition of disproportionately on Dictionary.com
  • as inovermuch
  • as inunduly

synonyms for disproportionately

  • over
  • ever
  • excessively
  • extravagantly
  • extremely
  • illegally
  • immensely
  • immoderately
  • improperly
  • indecorously
  • inordinately
  • out of proportion
  • overfull
  • overly
  • too
  • underhandedly
  • unfairly
  • unjustifiably
  • unjustly
  • unnecessarily
  • unreasonably
  • extremely
  • immensely
  • improperly
  • inordinately
  • overly
  • too
  • unfairly
  • unjustifiably
  • unjustly
  • unnecessarily
  • unreasonably
  • ever
  • extravagantly
  • illegally
  • immoderately
  • indecorously
  • out of proportion
  • over
  • overfull
  • overmuch
  • underhandedly
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How to use disproportionately in a sentence

A disproportionate number of outbreaks are located in the southwest part of the commonwealth, where cases have been skyrocketing.
MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA NURSING HOMES BATTLE EXPLOSIVE COVID-19 OUTBREAKS — AGAINREBECCA TAN, RACHEL CHASONNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
For Americans opposed to media-driven censorship, such measures are seen as gross, disproportionate oversteps and violations of the First Amendment.
WHY AMERICANS ARE RETHINKING FREE SPEECHJOSHUA EFERIGHENOVEMBER 2, 2020OZY
In other words, there are real risks if rich companies in rich nations buy up a disproportionate share of the cheapest sources of carbon removal while they’ve got plenty of other ways to drive their emissions toward zero.
HOW AMAZON’S OFFSETS COULD EXAGGERATE ITS PROGRESS TOWARD “NET ZERO” EMISSIONSJAMES TEMPLENOVEMBER 2, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
These events, while important, populate our imaginings of the future to a disproportionate degree.
HUMANITY IS STUCK IN SHORT-TERM THINKING. HERE’S HOW WE ESCAPE.KATIE MCLEANOCTOBER 21, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Reassuring the alarmed public, Macron said in a televised address on Wednesday night that it would be “disproportionate to lock down the country again.”
‘A CURFEW AT NINE O’CLOCK IS LIKE CLOSING RESTAURANTS’: FOR THE FRENCH, THE LATEST COVID MEASURES CROSS A LINEVIVIENNE WALTOCTOBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
Then you have this insular behavior of these police agencies where they set their own rules regardless of the consequences and the result is you have these disproportionate stops.
CLEVELAND HOSPITALS’ PRIVATE POLICE “BORDER PATROL” COMES UNDER SCRUTINYBY DAVID ARMSTRONGOCTOBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
In other words, even a relatively low-cost storm can send disproportionate shockwaves through the economy.
GLOBAL CLIMATE INEQUALITY, IN ONE CHARTTIM MCDONNELLOCTOBER 12, 2020QUARTZ
Armstrong also stated that, contrary to fears of some Coinbase employees, the departures did not include a disproportionate number of people of color.
COINBASE SEES 5% OF EMPLOYEES DEPART IN WAKE OF POLITICS CONTROVERSYJEFFOCTOBER 8, 2020FORTUNE
It said the Data Retention Directive did not include enough safeguards for people’s privacy—crucially, the law was disproportionate to the threat it was designed to combat.
EUROPEAN COUNTRIES CAN’T COLLECT EVERYONE’S INTERNET TRAFFIC AND LOCATION DATA ALL THE TIME, TOP COURT RULESDAVID MEYEROCTOBER 6, 2020FORTUNE
That disproportionate presence has been particularly apparent in recent months, as the banks themselves have mostly opted to suspend filing new suits.
DEBT COLLECTORS HAVE MADE A FORTUNE THIS YEAR. NOW THEY’RE COMING FOR MORE.BY PAUL KIEL AND JEFF ERNSTHAUSENOCTOBER 5, 2020PROPUBLICA
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WORDS RELATED TO DISPROPORTIONATELY

  • disproportionately
  • ever
  • excessively
  • extravagantly
  • extremely
  • illegally
  • immensely
  • immoderately
  • improperly
  • indecorously
  • inordinately
  • out of proportion
  • over
  • overfull
  • overly
  • too
  • underhandedly
  • unfairly
  • unjustifiably
  • unjustly
  • unnecessarily
  • unreasonably
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.