proportionate[ adjective pruh-pawr-shuh-nit, -pohr-; verb pruh-pawr-shuh-neyt, -pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF proportionate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROPORTIONATE
It is not a small risk that will frighten me, if the reward is proportionate.
A proportionate share of abuse is, of course, bestowed on your nation.
Sedan's proportionate share of the assessment was forty-two thousand francs.
The examples present correct wording and proportionate arrangement.
Does this mean a proportionate enlightenment for the one below?
If the glebe land is proportionate, it may yield two potatoes.
He was not aware that fat ladies' sighs were proportionate to their size.
That was the ultimate in relativity: Energy is proportionate to matter.
The esteem in which a man is held is proportionate to the contents of his strong box.
This gives you some idea of the proportionate increase in watch parts.