
To
form
symmetrically,
or
make
the
parts
of
suitable
to
each
other;
to
cause
to
be
in
suitable
relation.

To
adjust:
to
form
symmetrically.

To
form;
make
symetrical.

To
separate
into
portions.

adjust
in
size
relative
to
other
things

give
pleasant
proportions
to; "
harmonize
a
building
with
those
surrounding
it"

To
adjust
the
comparative
relation
of
one
thing
to
another;
to
form
symmetrically.
Harmonical
proportion,
a
relation
of
three
or
four
quantities
such
that
the
first
is
to
the
last
as
the
difference
between
the
two
first
is
to
the
difference
between
to
the
two
last.
Inverse
proportion,
a
proportion
where
the
ratio
of
first
to
second
is
as
that
of
fourth
to
third.
In
proportion,
according
as.

To
adjust
the
comparative
relation
of
one
thing,
or
one
part,
to
another;
to
form
symmetrically;
to
divide
into
equal
or
just
shares.

magnitude
or
extent; "
a
building
of
vast
proportions"

the
quotient
obtained
when
the
magnitude
of
a
part
is
divided
by
the
magnitude
of
the
whole

The
relation
or
adaptation
of
one
portion
to
another,
or
to
the
whole,
as
respect
magnitude,
quantity,
or
degree;
comparative
relation;
ratio;
as,
the
proportion
of
the
parts
of
a
building,
or
of
the
body.

Harmonic
relation
between
parts,
or
between
different
things
of
the
same
kind;
symmetrical
arrangement
or
adjustment;
symmetry;
as,
to
be
out
of
proportion.

A
part
considered
comparatively;
a
share.

The
equality
or
similarity
of
ratios,
especially
of
geometrical
ratios;
or
a
relation
among
quantities
such
that
the
quotient
of
the
first
divided
by
the
second
is
equal
to
that
of
the
third
divided
by
the
fourth; 
called
also
geometrical
proportion,
in
distinction
from
arithmetical
proportion,
or
that
in
which
the
difference
of
the
first
and
second
is
equal
to
the
difference
of
the
third
and
fourth.

The
rule
of
three,
in
arithmetic,
in
which
the
three
given
terms,
together
with
the
one
sought,
are
proportional.

To
adjust
in
a
suitable
proportion,
as
one
thing
or
one
part
to
another;
as,
to
proportion
the
size
of
a
building
to
its
height;
to
proportion
our
expenditures
to
our
income.

To
form
with
symmetry
or
suitableness,
as
the
parts
of
the
body.

To
divide
into
equal
or
just
shares;
to
apportion.

The
relation
in
size,
quantity,
or
degree
of
one
to
another;
ratio
or
rate;
a
proper
balance
or
relation
of
all
the
parts;
equal
or
just
share.

The
relation
of
one
thing
to
another
in
regard
to
magnitude:
mutual
fitness
of
parts:
symmetrical
arrangement: (
math.)
the
identity
or
equality
of
ratios:
the "
rule
of
three,"
in
which
three
terms
are
given
to
find
a
fourth:
equal
or
just
share.

Relation
of
one
thing
to
another;
fitness
of
parts;
just
share;
similarity
of
ratios.

Relative
magnitude,
number,
or
degree.

Fitness
and
harmony;
symmetry.

A
proportionate
share;
any
share
or
part.

An
equality
or
Identity
between
ratios.

The
comparative
relation
of
any
one
thing
to
another;
symmetry;
a
suitable
adaptation
of
one
part
or
thing
to
another;
the
identity
or
similitude
of
two
rations;
equal
or
just
share;
a
rule
by
which,
when
three
numbers
are
given,
a
fourth
number
is
found;
an
equality
of
arithmetical
ratios.

Relation
or
correspondence
of
parts
between
unequal
things
of
the
same
kind;
symmetry;
in
arith.,
a
rule
in
which
three
terms
are
given
to
find
a
fourth;
in
geom.,
the
identity,
equality,
or
similitude
of
ratios;
mutual
fitness
or
correspondence
of
parts
to
each
other,
and
to
the
whole;
equal
degree;
equal
or
just
share;
form;
size.
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