To which is added Samson Agonistes, and poems upon several occasions, compos'd at several times.
Cassini states that the ovaria on the circumference and centre of compos.
They are fleshy Lines of which the Body of a Muscle is compos'd.
Lunacy is often the development of one idea, while, in other respects, the patient is compos mentis.
Albright and compos both stepped to the rock and stood looking with those narrowed, concentrated eyes.
Modern Anatomists have discover'd that the Diaphragm is compos'd of two Muscles, viz.
Men acting under the guidance of factions are not compos mentis.
Yes—I'm compos'd—thou wilt not mock my age— Thou art—thou art a Roman—and my son.
It is that whereof the whole Body is compos'd, and which partakes of a common Life or Sensation with it.
What bitter pills, / compos'd of real ills, / Men swallow down to purchase one false good.
Latin, literally "not master of one's mind."
non compos mentis non com·pos men·tis (nŏn kŏm'pəs měn'tĭs)
Not of sound mind and hence not legally responsible; mentally incompetent.
compos mentis com·pos men·tis (kŏm'pəs měn'tĭs)
Of sound mind; sane.