Definition of Preportioned

1. preportion [v] - See also: preportion



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preportioned

preponderatingly
preponderation
preponderations
preponderence
prepone
preponed
preponement
prepones
preponing
prepopulate
prepopulated
prepopulates
prepopulating
prepopulist
preportion
preportioned (current term)
preportioning
preportions
prepose
preposed
preposes
preposing
preposition
preposition of place
prepositional
prepositional article
prepositional case
prepositional cases
prepositional object
prepositional phrase

Literary usage of Preportioned

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1. Van Nostrand's Eclectic Engineering Magazine (1878)
"We should therefore increase the pitch in proportion to the square of the diameter, assuming of course thai we are dealing with a joint well preportioned in ..."

2. Italy, Spain, and Portugal: With an Excursion to the Monasteries of AlcobaƧa by William Beckford (1845)
"Here we were to lodge, and I was rather surprised, upon entering a long suite of well-preportioned apartments, to find doors and windows still capable of ..."

3. Food Buying Guide for Child Nutrition Programs by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... on-site preparation; they do not allow for losses that may occur in prepared products (both preportioned and bulk) during freezing, storage, heating, ..."

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