What is another word for in-commensurate?

116 synonyms found


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How to use "In-commensurate" in context?

In-commensurate means out of proportion or not corresponding. It can be used as a noun or a verb. When used as a noun, in-commensurate refers to something that is out of proportion to its surroundings or to the scale at which it is measured. For example, the size of the building is in-commensurate with the size of the lot it is on. When used as a verb, in-commensurate means to cause to be out of proportion to something else. For example, the noise level at the party was in-commensurate with the size of the room.

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