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  • Thus the government is usually composed of the members of the majority party.
  • Over the next thirty years he composed most of his major works while working there.
  • The length of a word is the number of characters or letters it is composed of.
  • The Council is also composed of one national minister who represents their national government.
  • Much of the music of the games is composed by Michael Land.
  • They are composed of old stars and have little to no dust.
  • Each frame of a television image is composed of lines drawn on the screen.
  • She said he would come to her soon and compose one then.
  • Each district has its council which is composed of a number of municipalities.
  • The work was composed in three major periods of his life.
  • It does this without any formal powers, only the influence it has being composed of national leaders.
  • He was thirty-eight years old and had already composed thirty-eight operas.
  • She could not see how she could compose anything to address the event.
  • The band described their approach as trying to find music rather than compose it.
  • He began composing after a period of almost a year of not writing any material.
  • He began to compose video game music after years of being involved with university bands.
  • He says it took him five minutes to compose the original opening theme.
  • During that period, he also found the time to compose music for the radio.
  • For months, the group begins to compose what would be their new album.
  • Some artists have composed music specifically for the musical saw.
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Root form of composed is compose for the verb.

Words starting with composed

Meaning of composed

  • verb Form the substance of
    Greed and ambition composed his personality
  • verb Write music
    Beethoven composed nine symphonies
  • verb Put together out of existing material
    compile a list
  • verb Calm (someone, especially oneself); make quiet
    She had to compose herself before she could reply to this terrible insult
  • adjective Serenely self-possessed and free from agitation especially in times of stress
    the performer seemed completely composed as she stepped onto the stage, I felt calm and more composed than I had in a long time