- He also composed music, wrote poetry, had at least two books published and was a very accomplished artist.
- Brahms had all but given up before tonight's works were composed, having written his will in 1891 and gone into a self-imposed retirement.
- Next is a video journal of Crowe's preparations for the role, set to music largely composed by him.
- Your elderly letter writers who have a hard time composing a good letter are just out of luck unless they have an angel, eh?
- There is a splendid tale of the latter, his pen dripping in irony and vitriol, composing a letter to the United board congratulating them on their ground improvements in the aftermath of his own promises to build a new stadium.
- She has already raised £6,500 for the home by composing an appeal letter seeking donations for the hospice at Oxenhope.
- Phillips first composes his arrangements using design software, then executes them in oils on rectangular canvases and circular panels.
- She uses decoration deliberately, as a contextual strategy and artistic choice to compose her pictorial space.
- The Chinese artists rather compose the final design from several blocks.
- In essence, what I found was that guerrilla warfare is composed of three elements.
- Mineral crystal is glass, which is composed of several elements that aid in resisting scratches (it is seven times harder than acrylic crystal).
- The driver's figure is composed of relatively few elements and, perched on a buckboard, seems diminutive in comparison to the neighboring group.
- He had recovered from his scare but the walking hadn't helped his struggle to compose himself.
- I wipe the tears from my eyes and struggle to compose myself.
- Even as he watched, she wiped a tear from her cheek, and visibly struggled to compose herself.
- He built an electronic printing system that would allow business customers to compose documents on an online template.
- Once pages were composed, therefore, there was very little time for proof-correction before they had to be printed off and the types reused.
late Middle English (in the general sense 'put together, construct'): from Old French composer, from Latin componere (see component), but influenced by Latin compositus 'composed' and Old French poser 'to place'.
For an explanation of the differences between compose and comprise, see comprise (usage).