Definition of "recomposed" [recomposed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of recompose. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "recomposed" in a sentence
  • "Heinrich giggled and admitted that when his time comes he might avoid a casket, or at least a solidly sealed up one, and hopes to be "recomposed" - he doesn't like the word "decompose," preferring to think of himself as rejoining the world rather than falling out of it."
  • "Gradually these elements would be recomposed into Britain's first native style, the Early English."
  • "The Sanctus, for example, is based on one written for Christmas 1724; the Osanna is adapted from a secular cantata movement of 1732; and the Agnus Dei is a heavily recomposed version of a cantata movement from 1725."
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