verb (used with object), dis·com·posed, dis·com·pos·ing.
Origin of discompose
Examples from the Web for discompose
The conduct of an husband can not discompose a Lady of sense.The Sylph, Volume I and II|Georgiana Cavendish
Events did not discompose him, because they were sent by One who best knew his own purposes.Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay|George Otto Trevelyan
The Abyssinians, after dressing their hair, sleep with their heads in a forked stick, in order not to discompose it.Passages From The American Notebooks, Volume 1|Nathaniel Hawthorne
All of which might have intimidated the gentle Phoebe, but did not discompose her father.Susy, A Story of the Plains|Bret Harte
The sounds all around did not discompose him, for his eyes showed that he was waiting for something.Sue, A Little Heroine|L. T. Meade