The lynching is a composite of numerous lynchings and violence against Negroes in the area in those years and years to follow.
In fact, "Sam Bacile" probably doesn't exist or else is some sort of composite character hiding behind a pseudonym.
It is adopting technology—in rocket propulsion, composite construction, and aerodynamic refinements—already in use elsewhere.
But we did have to compress time, and we did have to composite some of the characters.
The composite photo whose eyes follow you around the room are less Matthew Lewis or Sheridan Le Fanu than “Scooby-Doo.”
The wheel and the plough and the composite bread and cheese culture.
But in the composite photograph it was Anna who predominated.
The perforations are generally very numerous, a fact that indicates their use as central pieces for composite pendants.
For in his opinion what is material is composite and possessed of potentiality.
All of which shows how impossible it is to draw a composite picture of an individual to represent a nation.
c.1400, from Old French composite, from Latin compositus "placed together," past participle of componere "to put together, to collect a whole from several parts," from com- "together" (see com-) + ponere "to place" (see position (n.)). The noun is attested from c.1400. Composite number is from 1730s.