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com·posed

 (kəm-pōzd′)
adj.
Serenely self-possessed; calm: The speaker remained composed even when heckled. See Synonyms at cool.

com·pos′ed·ly (-pō′zĭd-lē) adv.
com·pos′ed·ness n.
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composed

(kəmˈpəʊzd)
adj
(of people) calm; tranquil; serene
composedly adv
comˈposedness n
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com•posed

(kəmˈpoʊzd)

adj.
calm; tranquil; serene.
[1475–85]
com•pos′ed•ly, adv.
com•pos′ed•ness, n.
syn: See calm.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.composed - 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"
unagitated - not agitated or disturbed emotionally
dignified - having or expressing dignity; especially formality or stateliness in bearing or appearance; "her dignified demeanor"; "the director of the school was a dignified white-haired gentleman"
discomposed - having your composure disturbed; "looked about with a wandering and discomposed air"
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composed

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composed

adjective
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Translations
هادئ، رابِط الجَأش
klidnývyrovnaný
fattetrolig
stilltur, rólegur

composed

[kəmˈpəʊzd] ADJtranquilo, sereno
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composed

[kəmˈpəʊzd] adj (= calm) → calme, posé(e)
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

composed

adj (= calm)beherrscht, gelassen
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composed

[kəmˈpəʊzd] adj (person) → calmo/a, composto/a
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compose

(kəmˈpəuz) verb
1. to form by putting parts together. A word is composed of several letters.
2. to write (eg music, poetry etc). Mozart began to compose when he was six years old.
3. to control (oneself) after being upset.
comˈposed adjective
(of people) quiet and calm. She looked quite composed.
comˈposer noun
a writer, especially of a piece of music.
composition (kompəˈziʃən) noun
1. something composed, eg music. his latest composition.
2. the act of composing. the difficulties of composition.
3. an essay written as a school exercise. The children had to write a composition about their holiday.
4. the parts of which a thing is made. Have you studied the composition of the chemical?
comˈposure (-ʒə) noun
calmness. I admired her composure.
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Pettey argues that the composedness of Cash's face reflects Darl's visual, compositional imagination, itself an indication of Faulkner's interest in modernist visual representation (33).
Praising Kagawa, who became the first Asian player to score a Premier League hat-trick, the United boss said that the player showed intelligence and composedness while delivering goals, which, he added, were well-executed.