Calm and composed, he said the police took them to a government-run hospital faraway and not to a better private hospital nearby.
Yes, we are composed of small communities in different places, but ultimately we are one city.
The foam, designed to be injected into the navel, is composed of two liquid precursors.
“There are no facts,” Friedrich Nietzsche famously wrote, meaning that reality is composed of competing stories about reality.
Of course, the Tea Party is not just composed of members of the Christian right.
The real center, however, will be in the middle of the wood of which the rule is composed.
The final draft of the letter was composed only after three preliminary ones.
The third column was composed of the whole disposable force of the irregulars.
Pray be composed, madame, and let us hope for a favorable change.
They are composed of clay mixed with gravel, and covered with a wall of amygdaloid.
"calm, tranquil," c.1600, past participle adjective frome compose (v.). Related: Composedly; composedness.
c.1400, compousen, from Old French composer "put together, arrange, write" a work (12c.), from com- "with" (see com-) + poser "to place," from Late Latin pausare "to cease, lay down," ultimately from Latin ponere "to put, place" (see position (n.)). Meaning influenced in Old French by componere (see composite). Musical sense is from 1590s. Related: Composed; composing.