unproportioned

unproportioned

(ˌʌnprəˈpɔːʃənd)
adj
1. not proportioned, accustomed, or suited to
2. lacking proportion; disproportionate
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Bucay, who figured in a cycling race accident in 2013 that left him with an unproportioned pair of legs, goes for the gold in the 4000m individual pursuit on Monday.
Moreover, in high relief regions, foreshortening and even layover may occur due to the unproportioned relationship between the slant range and ground range.
At the time of removal of the floor on the stock market which remained in place for 110 days due to unproportioned nature of the crisis, the Government and other stakeholders, foreseeing a massive selling pressure from local and foreign investors, once again asked NIT to launch a fund to support the stock market.
IM SORRY UNPROPORTIONED MODEL I CANT TURN MY BACK ON KARL LARGERFELD AND MODELS NO MATTER HOW MESSED UP THE FASHION WORLD IS THEY HAVE ALWAYS HAD MY BACK BESIDES YOU SHOULD RETURN TO SALMON MAN I FEEL HIM GROWING HATEFUL
The sun so obscures all other lights that they do not seem to be lights at all when it is shining, and instead of affording vision to the eyes it overwhelms, blinds, and deprives them of vision, since its light is excessive and unproportioned to the visual faculty.
She witnesses the unpredictable and painful consequences of acting in the broadest sphere and on passionate impulse alone when she intervenes in Esther and Everell's stalled courtship: "Thus had Hope Leslie, by rashly following her first generous impulses, by giving to 'an unproportioned thought its act' .
386), Austen's novel ends with the reformation of Sir Thomas and his discovery that "Fanny was indeed the daughter that he wanted" (431), with reward unproportioned to the deserts of her characters or the logic of the narrative, with the assertion of a daringly comic conclusion.