Origin of proportioned
OTHER WORDS FROM proportionednon·pro·por·tioned, adjectiveun·der·pro·por·tioned, adjectiveun·pro·por·tioned, adjectivewell-pro·por·tioned, adjective
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How to use proportioned in a sentence
His cropped leather jackets with their dolman sleeves were perfectly proportioned over his attenuated, back-slit skirts.Paris Fall 2012 Fashion Week: Are Designers Bashing Women?|Robin Givhan|March 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The deftness of Smith's drafts(wo)manship can often be overlooked in her E.T.-proportioned figures.
Xtra Insight: Former Clinton Speechwriter Ted Widmer on Obama's Biblically-Proportioned Success.Photo Album: Obama's Trip to the Mideast and Europe|The Daily Beast|June 3, 2009|DAILY BEAST
“This house must have been the hotel of some distinguished family, Baron; it is nobly proportioned,” said David Arden.Checkmate|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Beneath its far-flung branches a syce was sitting in front of a finely-proportioned and unusually big Arab horse.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
We had a large salle in the Hotel Bremen which was admirably proportioned, and a new grand piano from Berlin.Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay
The movable bridge in its closed position must be proportioned like a fixed bridge, but it has also other conditions to fulfil.
The camel commonly lives forty or fifty years, which term of life is proportioned to the time of its growth.Buffon's Natural History. Volume VIII (of 10)|Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon