from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a disproportional manner, or to a disproportional extent; disproportionately
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a disproportional manner; unsuitably in form, quantity, or value; unequally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without proportion.; unconformably; unequally.
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Not surprisingly, they are disproportionally from the South, the GOP's geographical and ideological base.
Goldstone report - which would limit Israel's capacity to act "disproportionally" - could be seen as an existential threat.
But employers have pointed out that a such rise will hit small businesses disproportionally, which is struggling to recover from downturn as the slower part of a "two speed economy" behind mining.
The Israelis get this, and have vowed to respond "disproportionally" to Hamas.
Maybe CBC members are being "disproportionally" investigated because they are disproportionally unethical.
"Very weak US demand, the increase in Saudi production and monetary factors" converged to bring oil "disproportionally" weaker, said Ellis Eckland, an independent analyst.
"disproportionally" weighted toward military and security.
The larger problem is not that the cost of gasoline at the pump is too high but rather who benefits disproportionally from higher prices under the status quo.
Also the report made note that stupid people seemed to watch a disproportionally high amount of satellite television.
I'm not a deficit denier, but Eric Pickles and the Department for Communities and Local Government have behaved badly and frontloaded disproportionally high cuts for councils.