compose

Word of the Day

compose

verb
com·​pose | \ kəm-ˈpōz \
composed; composing
transitive verb
1a to form by putting together
1b to form the substance of : constitute composed of many ingredients
1c to produce (columns, pages of type, etc.) by composition
2a to create by mental or artistic labor
2b to formulate and write (a piece of music)
3 to deal with or act on so as to reduce to a minimum
4 to arrange in proper or orderly form
5 to free from agitation : calm, settle composed himself
intransitive verb
to practice composition (as of literary, musical, or typographical work)

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I feel composed, having composed yet another word of the day post today.

Compose a rhyme – at any time – it’s not a crime – and with a tune, real fine

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