Incommensurate [adjective]

Definition of Incommensurate:

not proportional

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Sentence/Example of Incommensurate:

They are also plainly incommensurate with the scale of the overall problem.

It was incommensurate with the terrible excitement of which one was talking.

We do not find fault with men for being born in positions that confer powers upon them incommensurate with their rights.

Jack Horner, Esq., put forth some effort; and results and efforts are always more or less incommensurate.

The prince's gratitude seemed to me incommensurate with so small a service, and so I told him.

Tamely to wish a man a safe issue seemed to be a common compliment incommensurate with the occasion; and a bathos.

Ten thousand difficulties do not make one doubt, as I understand the subject; difficulty and doubt are incommensurate.

The whole question seems to be incommensurate to our faculties.

They balance each other, although infinitely incommensurate.

These differ from other forms of force in being incommensurate with extension.