Origin of proportioned
Related formsnon·pro·por·tioned, adjectiveun·der·pro·por·tioned, adjectiveun·pro·por·tioned, adjectivewell-pro·por·tioned, adjective
Examples from the Web for well-proportioned
To sit in idleness over a good fire in a well-proportioned room is a luxurious sensation.Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters|William Austen-Leigh and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh
Basil Rookwood was of a tall stature, and well-proportioned shape in all parts.
Fairly tall and well-proportioned, he loved all manly exercises and devoted three months annually to hunting.A History of Chinese Literature|Herbert A. Giles
Her face is proud and handsome; her figure large, well-proportioned, and somewhat voluptuous.The Madonna in Art|Estelle M. Hurll
Malcolm Macleod was a fine manly fellow of about three and thirty, lusty and well-proportioned, very tanned and ruddy.A Daughter of Raasay|William MacLeod Raine