Similar words: compose, impose, opposed, composure, proposed, supposedly, composition, be supposed to. Meaning: [-zd] adj. 1. made up of individual elements 2. serenely self-possessed and free from agitation especially in times of stress.
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(1) Glen was calm and composed at the funeral.
(2) The committee was composed entirely of specialists.
(3) The human body is composed of about 60% water.
(4) The university is composed of five academic schools.
(5) Water is composed of hydrogen and oxygen.
(6) Mozart composed a lot of music.
(7) Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
(8) The force would be composed of troops from NATO countries.
(9) Life is like music. It must be composed by ear, feeling and instinct, not by rule.
(10) Our class is composed of eighteen boys and twelve girls.
(11) He was pale but perfectly composed.
(12) The committee was composed mainly of teachers and parents.
(13) Water is composed of the elements hydrogen and oxygen.
(14) Vivaldi composed a large number of very fine concertos.
(15) Air is composed mainly of nitrogen and oxygen.
(16) He composed a lament to the dead soldier.
(17) Yesterday he composed a piece of music.
(18) He has composed 14 quartets and 11 symphonies.
(19) Over half the army was composed of conscripts.
(20) The committee is composed mainly of lawyers.
(21) The band is composed of many famous musicians.
(22) The music was specially composed for the film.
(23) The audience was composed largely of young people.
(24) All animals and plants are composed of cells.
(25) At the funeral she was dry-eyed and composed.
(26) The south garden at Sissinghurst was composed symmetrically.
(27) The printer composed the page.
(28) She composed the soundtracks to several hit movies.
(29) The human species, according to the best theory I can form of it, is composed of two distinct races, the man who borrows[Sentencedict],[sentencedict.com] and the man who lends.
(30) The cell is the unit of which all living organisms are composed.
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