Simple past tense and past participle of recompose. (verb)
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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."