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Synonyms for commensurate

properly or correspondingly related in size, amount, or scale

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corresponding in size or degree or extent

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The only conception that can explain the movement of the peoples is that of some force commensurate with the whole movement of the peoples.
SOCRATES: And now, as Pindar says, 'read my meaning:'--colour is an effluence of form, commensurate with sight, and palpable to sense.
I no longer poorly compute my possible achievement by what remains to me of the month or the year; for these moments confer a sort of omnipresence and omnipotence which asks nothing of duration, but sees that the energy of the mind is commensurate with the work to be done, without time.
The sum is ample for a well-considered meal, a bottle bearing a respectable label, commensurate tips, a smoke, cab fare and the ordinary etceteras.
His business in life, whereby he lived, was to appear in a cage of performing leopards before vast audiences, and to thrill those audiences by certain exhibitions of nerve for which his employers rewarded him on a scale commensurate with the thrills he produced.
A week, a day, an hour, were each implored, with an earnestness commensurate to the value they receive, when a whole life is compressed into their short duration.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The supplier will be required to demonstrate flexible recruitment capability, meeting BPSS and HMRC standards, commensurate with delivery of the service on a supplier managed estate and maintaining a commensurate workforce throughout the period of the service with the ability to increase and reduce to meet demand.
The increase is commensurate with the four-day consecutive gains in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, beginning last Tuesday, and also with the Obama administration's recent emphasis on more positive views of the economy.
It's time for the Golden State's political influence to be commensurate with at least its portion of the population and federal tax revenue.
Award Fees Must Be Commensurate with Contractor Performance (GAO Recommendation 2)
Credit goes to Sierra Logic for not only identifying this trend years back, but also for their sound execution of a commensurate strategy.
In the present study, essentially the same pattern of behavioral defects was obtained with CPF exposure in the early neonatal period, a treatment similarly shown to produce long-term alterations in 5HT synaptic proteins commensurate with a reduction in 5HT function (Aldridge et al.
Performing physical activity requires a sufficient knowledge base and a commensurate level of education and skill to avoid hazardous and even deadly lifestyles to an employee's health.
The New York real estate management industry needs minority representation that is commensurate with its population," said IREM Greater NY Chapter President James Heller, CPM[R].