Related formsdis·pro·por·tion·ate·ly, adverbdis·pro·por·tion·ate·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for disproportionate
Defending yourself with disproportionate force against any loss of power?Of Gamers, Gates, and Disco Demolition: The Roots of Reactionary Rage|Arthur Chu|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Not only do they often face disproportionate stigma, but also disproportionate responsibility.
The loss of Scottish bases would have “a disproportionate” impact on efficiency, he said.
Disproportionate death tolls, tragic though they may be, are an excuse to place Israel in an utterly indefensible position.
Because my disproportionate reaction is precisely why the law needs to be impartial.
That these expenses have at times been extravagant and disproportionate is very probable.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents,|Edited by James D. Richardson
The cause of this sum being so disproportionate to either of the others may be explained by there being included in it 2000l.The Privy Purse Expenses of King Henry VIII from November MDXXIX, to December MDXXXII|Nicholas Harris Nicolas
Without this precaution, a single very large family might exercise a disproportionate and even overwhelming statistical influence.Finger Prints|Francis Galton
By the time I was fifteen I was as tall as the captain himself, and then my share of bruises ceased to be so disproportionate.Humphrey Bold|Herbert Strang
In the quiet and darkness of the place it seemed to possess a disproportionate weight—almost the weight of a familiar thing.The Masquerader|Katherine Cecil Thurston