Comparisons are complicated, but the disproportion is overwhelming.
We accordingly do not expect, and do not find a disproportion so vast; and yet, there is a great difference between the two sums.
In all cities the disproportion is greater than in the country.
I am well aware of the disproportion which exists between the magnitude of my task and the imperfections of my work.
The disproportion between my motives and other men's is too great to be normal.
Everything was sacrificed to them, and when they are swept away what remains is nakedness, disproportion, and desolation.
They do not remember that disproportion in such matters is fatal.
A mere copyer of Nature can never produce any thing great; for the works of Nature are full of disproportion.'
At Coal Harbor the disproportion was much greater than elsewhere.
Happy literature corrects all this disproportion by its immortal pause.