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Adjective
Having one's feelings and expression under control
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“She came as they always seemed to do, lovely and composed and unconcerned by the people who thronged about her stallion.”
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Showing little or no feeling
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Confident in one's own abilities
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Dignified or diplomatic in one's dealing with others
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Boldly self-assured
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Portrayed
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Composed
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Having been made or created
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State of being happy and contented
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Polite, elegant, and sophisticated in manner
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Slow to reveal emotion or opinions
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Not disconcerted or embarrassed
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Grave in manner or disposition
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Fair and balanced
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(of something written or abstract) To have composed or drawn up
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To have created or formed something
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“The following examples show various ways to compose a painting with a bowl of fruit as the center of interest.”
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To have constituted or amounted to
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Past tense for to write or pen a literary piece of work
“This young author is politely requested to compose an article, for which he will be handsomely paid.”
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Past tense for to regain control of oneself, typically after a shock
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“I had to compose myself that evening and proceed on with my next day's graduation plans unperturbed.”
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Past tense for to provide comfort or assuagement to
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“The first thing to do is to compose the patient's mind by informing him that there is no hurry for the bowels to act.”
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Past tense for to put at east or quell
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Past tense for to produce (a list or book) by assembling information collected from other sources
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Past tense for to adapt to a given environment or standard
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Past tense for to restore peaceful or harmonious relations between two or more parties
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Past tense for to refrain from openly expressing or displaying
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Regained your self-control
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Past tense for to resolve or find a solution to
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Past tense for to represent by a drawing, painting, or other art forms
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Past tense for to produce literature, typically in large quantities
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