disproportionateness


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Synonyms for disproportionateness

the condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree

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Furthermore, a person who commissions or instigates a predicate offense that requires him to launder the proceeds to make the offense profitable might well be given a longer sentence than someone who commits only one of these offenses without there being any suggestion of disproportionateness.
Not simply because Kateb's account is so civilized and attractive, nor just because we are in agreement in a fundamental commitment to a democratic Emerson, but essentially because, given these affinities, I am perplexed by the disproportionateness of my sense of distance from his account.
It would argue a disproportionateness, a want of balance" (Vol.
96) The "shock the conscience" standard considers subjective factors, such as malice displayed by the officer, as well as the seriousness, or disproportionateness, of the injury.