Definition of well proportioned in English:

well proportioned

adjective

  • Having dimensions that are in proportion and give a balanced, pleasing effect.

    ‘the house has a spacious layout with well-proportioned rooms’
    • ‘The original timber flooring throughout the ground floor lends character to a well-proportioned city dwelling.’
    • ‘He had a thin face, but it was well proportioned, with a thin nose and thin lips to match.’
    • ‘The master suite, which overlooks the rear garden, is well proportioned.’
    • ‘The third bedroom is a well-proportioned double bedroom in the attic.’
    • ‘Throughout the new building, the galleries are handsome and well proportioned, with subtle, beautifully honed details and good lighting.’
    • ‘A well-proportioned side plate of vegetables came with the main courses.’
    • ‘This is a well-proportioned house which retains a number of period features.’
    • ‘Groomed, well-proportioned brows polish your look and can even create the illusion of a good night's sleep.’
    • ‘High ceilings give a feeling of space in a well-proportioned house that has been decorated with a professional eye.’
    • ‘All of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and are well proportioned.’
    • ‘Withdrawn from auction at the end of April, the property offers 362 square metres of bright, well-proportioned accommodation.’
    • ‘On the left of the hallway is a well-proportioned lounge.’
    • ‘Gimson used his study of traditional country furniture to produce functional, well-proportioned designs.’
    • ‘At the end of the hallway the dining room is particularly well proportioned.’
    • ‘It feels like a perfect market town, nestling around the well-proportioned cobbled quadrangle called Market Place.’
    well formed, well shaped, attractive, clean-limbed
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