well composed

composed

[kuhm-pohzd]
adjective
calm; tranquil; serene: His composed face reassured the nervous passengers.

Origin:
1475–85; compose + -ed2

composedly [kuhm-poh-zid-lee] , adverb
composedness, noun
uncomposed, adjective
well-composed, adjective


See calm.


agitated, perturbed.
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composed (kəmˈpəʊzd)
 
adj
(of people) calm; tranquil; serene
 
composedly
 
adv
 
com'posedness
 
n

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compose
late 15c., from O.Fr. composer "put together, arrange" (12c.), from com- "with" + poser "to place," from L.L. pausare "to cease, lay down," ultimately from L. ponere "to put, place" (see position). Meaning infl. in O.Fr. by componere (see composite). Musical sense is from 1590s.
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