OTHER WORDS FROM discomposedis·com·pos·ed·ly, adverbdis·com·pos·ing·ly, adverbun·dis·com·posed, adjective
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There's no Rencounters, no starts of Passion, no suddain Accidents to discompose them.
I have been ill,' said she, 'and am still so weak that any trifle can discompose me.'Self-control|Mary Brunton
Arthur was slightly embarrassed, and his companion looked at him, wondering what could thus discompose his usually sedate friend.Woman As She Should Be|Mary E. Herbert
The friendly visitant could not discompose them by a remark indicating any expansion of mind or life.Woman in the Nineteenth Century|Margaret Fuller Ossoli
This may be a case of strange accidental resemblance, which would be enough, under the circumstances, to discompose any man.After Dark|Wilkie Collins