Proportionately in a sentence

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Definition of Proportionately

  • In a proportionate manner; with due proportion; proportionally.
  • in proportion
  • to a proportionate degree
  • in proportion

How to use proportionately in a sentence. Proportionately pronunciation.

While he never forced himself forward, he kept in close touch with the progress of the case, and now that Alma was away his watchfulness increased proportionately, and twice a day he wrote a long report which was sent to her.
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What of external consistency had been lost through the extinction of the ancient commonwealth required to be compensated for by an inner centralisation proportionately stronger.
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Her salary, however, had been proportionately increased, and it did not decline when her office as governess became practically a sinecure as her pupils passed beyond the sphere of the schoolroom.
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In common with all medical men, Dr. Cumberly was a physiognomist; he was a great physician and a proportionately great physiognomist.
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Her first appearance was looked forward to as an event of note in the musical world, for her native gifts were unusual, and the results of her training proportionately significant. 'It must be very gratifying to you,' Mrs. Baxendale had said, as she came to a chair by her niece and began to talk of Wilfrid's success.
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But, in the higher orders, and especially the larger members of these orders, the grooves, or sulci, become extremely numerous, and the intermediate convolutions proportionately more complicated in their meanderings, until, in the Elephant, the Porpoise, the higher Apes, and Man, the cerebral surface appears a perfect labyrinth of tortuous foldings.
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As it was known now that a regular siege had begun, our breastworks were built proportionately strong.
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Hating contradiction, arbitrary by instinct and by military habit, impatient of criticism, and having long acknowledged no master in the chief business of state, he found himself at the conclusion of the truce with his great occupation gone, and, although generously provided for by the treasury of the Republic, yet with an income proportionately limited.
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That means the Chord can be proportionately decreased without adversely affecting the Camber.
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This environment is, in all cases, proportionately stressed.
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If the women of his parish receive more than their proper share of attention the situation is proportionately worse.
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Hence juvenile delinquency and crime increase proportionately with the crowding of the modern city, the boy offending five times to the girl's once, and directing 80 per cent of his misdemeanors against property rights.
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In the great American experiment of democracy, where the welfare of the people is so often bartered for gold, and where public office is frequently prostituted to private gain, there is a proportionately great need of teaching in every possible way this fundamental virtue of loyalty.
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And you shall provide for us proportionately.
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Now that he was mortifying the flesh by drinking only water, he was proportionately particular to please his appetite in eating.
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In hunting bear and moose he had proved himself more daring than the oldest hunter, and proportionately successful.
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Oh, labour is the curse of the world, and nobody can meddle with it without becoming proportionately brutified.
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Her first appearance was looked forward to as an event of note in the musical world, for her native gifts were unusual, and the results of her training proportionately significant.
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Our native attendants, from the kind way in which my father had treated them, were warmly attached to us, and proportionately hated the Spaniards, and we knew that we were perfectly safe under their care.
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We had, however, one big hook with a strong line, and we hoped with it to catch a proportionately large fish.
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Examples of Proportionately

Example #1
Kennedy was now bending every effort to locate the missing artist.
Example #2
It was evident that the Willard family relied implicitly on Halsey, and his assistance to them was most considerate.
Example #3
The separation from everything heathenish became more pronounced than before; the use of the Greek language was of necessity still permitted, but at least the Septuagint was set aside by Aquila (Cod.
Example #4
The task of the rabbins was so to reorganise Judaism under the new circumstances that it could continue to assert its distinctive character.
Example #5
Perhaps George Osgood, father of John Osgood, and owner of Wandenong, did not make an allowance to Barbara Golding for her services as counsellor and confidant of his family; but neither did he subtract anything from her earnings in those infrequent years when she journeyed alone to Sydney on those mysterious visits which so mightily puzzled the good people of Wandenong.
Example #6
Wandenong cattle station was far up country, and she gradually came to perform the functions of milliner and dressmaker, encouraged thereto by the family for her unerring taste and skill.