Definition of Proportionateness

1. Noun. The relation of corresponding in degree or size or amount.




Definition of Proportionateness

1. n. The quality or state of being proportionate.

Definition of Proportionateness

1. Noun. The quality of being proportionate. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Proportionateness

proportional
proportional analogy
proportional counter
proportional counter tube
proportional font
proportional representation
proportional sample
proportional sampling
proportionalities
proportionality
proportionally
proportionals
proportionate
proportionated
proportionately
proportionateness (current term)
proportionates
proportionating
proportionator
proportionators
proportioned
proportioner
proportioning
proportionless
proportionment
proportionments
proportions
propos'd
proposal
proposal of marriage

Literary usage of Proportionateness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Specimens of Modern English Literary Criticism by William Tenney Brewster (1907)
"On the whole, however, the effect seems to be produced by a peculiar proportionateness, in each instance, of the mind to the tasks which it undertakes, ..."

2. Specimens of Modern English Literary Criticism: Chosen and Ed., with an by William Tenney Brewster (1907)
"On the whole, however, the effect seems to be produced by a peculiar proportionateness, in each instance, of the mind to the tasks which it undertakes, ..."

3. The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot by Walter Bagehot, Russell Barrington (1915)
"On the whole, however, the effect seems to be produced by a peculiar proportionateness, in each instance, of the mind to the tasks which it undertakes, ..."

4. Rousseau and Romanticism by Irving Babbitt (1919)
"If we moderns, to repeat Nietzsche, are unable to attain proportionateness it is because "our itching is really the itching for the infinite, ..."

5. Rousseau and Romanticism by Irving Babbitt (1919)
"If we moderns, to repeat Nietzsche, are unable to attain proportionateness it is because "our itching is really the itching for the infinite, ..."

6. Final Report, June 2, 1916 by Edward Murray Bassett (1916)
"A classification based on proportionateness of means to ends is recognized in practically all building regulations. General maximum height regulations, ..."

7. A Treatise on Justification =: Or the Disputatio de Justitia Habituali Et by John Davenant (1846)
"Works which are by actual worthiness meritorious of life eternal, have an equality or proportionateness to such a reward; as a fair price has to the thing ..."

8. Final Report, June 2, 1916 by Edward Murray Bassett, New York (N.Y.). Board of Estimate (1916)
"A classification based on proportionateness of means to ends is recognized in practically all building regulations. General maximum height regulations, ..."

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