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Synonyms for disproportion

Synonyms for disproportion

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

Antonyms for disproportion

lack of proportion

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While this disproportioned risk may have benefited passive investors recently, investment strategists increasingly predict the current market may be near its peak.
The influx of LSAT takers around 2009, and thus the volume of applicants, led to a massive disproportioned field of both studying and available lawyers and available jobs.
One of the many demonstrations to end with injuries and a disproportioned violent response from Israeli Occupation Forces.
Today, we are paying the price of the brutally disproportioned policy of responding to terrorism with war, a policy disastrously pioneered by Israel whose only result has been to breed an endless stream of volunteers for martyrdom.
For example, Mercier displays meticulously lacquered Greek columns (Untitled, 2007) and a disproportioned and grotesque bronze, Homonculus, 2006, side by side with the "poor" materials (melamine, drywall, nails, and fluorescent kitchen lighting) that have traditionally haunted his formal vocabulary.