To compose again; reorganize or rearrange. (verb-transitive)
To restore to composure; calm. (verb-transitive)
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Use "recompose" in a sentence
"But it means that, unlike what we hoped in the 1970s-1980s, it will not be enough to "recompose""
"Apple has a sandbox concept that isolates the platform, which prevents certain viruses that want to replicate themselves or decompose and recompose to avoid virus scanners."
"Ultimately, the player picks himself up, dusts himself off and starts to recompose a route through the city again."