Disproportionable


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Dis`pro`por´tion`a`ble


a.1.Disproportional; unsuitable in form, size, quantity, or adaptation; disproportionate; inadequate.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Further, '[...] that he possesses or his dependents or benamidars have acquired the right or title to assets or holds irrevocable power of attorney in respect of assets or pecuniary resources disproportionable to his known sources of income, which he cannot reasonably account for or maintains a standard of living beyond that, which is commensurate with his sources of income,' the remand paper stated.
Because of the English ships' superior quality, Montagu believed that such a number of vessels from each side would "leave man for man and gun for gun and then the force could not be much disproportionable." (77) The Dutch commissioners expressed their agreement with such a decision but stated that they would have to write to their government to receive permission to send any ships home and that they would have to receive instructions regarding exactly which ships could leave the Baltic.