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- adj. Having good and pleasing proportions.
- adj. Compact.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having good or correct proportions; fitting as to parts or relations; properly coördinated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of pleasing proportions
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That Bad Boy is symmetrical and well-proportioned!
I don't much care for the high-ceilinged public areas of the Pershing Square Signature Center, which are stark, boxy and uninviting, but the Jewel Box is a well-proportioned little house that is going to serve its new owners extremely well.
The owner, Steve Lawson, puts the venue to good use, creating a well-proportioned bookshop stocking around 7,500 titles on the ground floor, and a cafe on the first, which also spills out on to the pavement on warm days.
And Havsy, I like your style - I can just see Julianne being played by the sexy and … ahhh … well-proportioned … Lieutenant James (?) from Stargate Universe.
And just when roaming eyes thought it was over, her flawless waistline tapered downward and ballooned into a beautiful, well-proportioned back-side.
Larry Thompson established Greyweathers Press several years ago because of a "love of beautifully designed type skillfully arranged on a well-proportioned page."
Zaftig - (US, colloquial) Of a woman, having a plump and sexually attractive figure; voluptuous, well-proportioned.
I use my 5.5 quart LeCreuset to achieve a well-proportioned loaf.
As Günther Binding says, During the course of the 13th century … a general striving was becoming evident, in all areas [of medieval Europe], to determine the exact place of mankind both in terms of his reason and his nature, within the harmonious, well-proportioned cosmos of creation, in other words in the perfect forms in which God reveals Himself.
Draped elegantly against the walls of Mr. Ando's well-proportioned galleries, El Anatsui's tapestries look beautiful.