Taxonomy vs Disproportionableness - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between taxonomy and disproportionableness

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while disproportionableness is the state or condition of being disproportionable.

taxonomy

Noun

(taxonomies)
  • The science or the technique used to make a classification.
  • A classification; especially , a classification in a hierarchical system.
  • (taxonomy, uncountable) The science of finding, describing, classifying and naming organisms.
  • Synonyms

    * alpha taxonomy

    Derived terms

    * folk taxonomy * scientific taxonomy

    See also

    * classification * rank * taxon * domain * kingdom * subkingdom * superphylum * phylum * subphylum * class * subclass * infraclass * superorder * order * suborder * infraorder * parvorder * superfamily * family * subfamily * genus * species * subspecies * superregnum * regnum * subregnum * superphylum * phylum * subphylum * classis * subclassis * infraclassis * superordo * ordo * subordo * infraordo * taxon * superfamilia * familia * subfamilia * ontology

    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