Here, table, highboy chairs, and screen—mahogany, cherry, teak—looked nervous and disproportioned.
They determine, therefore, the ox must be killed; but how are they to kill so disproportioned a victim?
What does the morbid, disproportioned, overgrown home life do?
He was afraid to look up lest his face should betray his emotion; it must seem so disproportioned to its cause.
There is nothing vague, imperfect, or disproportioned about him.
It was disproportioned to the success of the war, although it secured the ends of the grand alliance.
This burden did not seem at all disproportioned to their strength.
It is a disproportioned fortune, and in a young lady so sensible will awake suspicions of all her suitors.
His limbs were so disproportioned that541 he had less the appearance of a man than of a monster.
Heroism with disproportioned means makes the great man resemble an adventurer, and transforms gigantic designs into follies.