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Proportion, vb. to be adjusted, to correspond to: which (ransom) “must p. the losses we have borne,” H5 III, 6, 134. --ed, partic. or adj., == 1) adjusted, made equal: “our size of sorrow, --ed to our cause, must be as great as that which makes it,” Ant. IV, 15, 5. 2) regular, orderly: “make war against --ed course of time,” Lucr. 774. 3) formed, shaped: “--ed as one's thought would wish a man,” Rom. III, 5, 184. cf. Disproportioned, Unproportioned, Well-proportioned.
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