Disproportionableness vs Disproportionateness - What's the difference?

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Disproportionableness is a related term of disproportionateness.


As nouns the difference between disproportionableness and disproportionateness

is that disproportionableness is the state or condition of being disproportionable while disproportionateness is the state or quality of being disproportionate or out of proportion.

disproportionableness

English

Noun

(-)
  • The state or condition of being disproportionable.
  • * 1900 , The English Illustrated Magazine
  • These victims of a mental disproportionableness are as myriad and varied as their obsession is monotonous and single.
  • * 1916 , William Beall Gray, Gray's plumbing design and installation
  • Disproportionableness will mar either the looks or utility of almost anything...
  • * 2007 , Adrian Chandler, Ian Brown, Q and A: Law of Contract 2007
  • Disproportionableness will arise if one remedy imposes costs on the seller which, in comparison with those imposed by the other remedy, are unreasonable...

    Synonyms

    * disproportionality

    disproportionateness

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The state or quality of being disproportionate or out of proportion.
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