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abbey a monastery or convent, or the buildings that compose it.
alliterate to form or compose (speech or verse) using alliteration. [1/2 definitions]
anthologize to compose an anthology. [1/2 definitions]
compact1 to produce by joining or packing closely together; compose. [1/9 definitions]
constitute to form or compose. [1/4 definitions]
Don Budge U.S. tennis player who in 1938 was the first man to win the four tournaments that compose the grand slam of tennis (b.1915--d.2000).
drupelet a small drupe, as any of the many that compose a raspberry or blackberry.
extemporize in music, to compose as one performs; improvise. [2/5 definitions]
extended family a large group of relatives related by blood, marriage, or adoption who compose a single household or live close to each other. [1/2 definitions]
improvise to construct or compose from whatever materials are available or handy. [2/4 definitions]
jawbone any of the bones that compose the jaw, esp. the lower one. [1/3 definitions]
lucubrate to compose scholarly works. [1/2 definitions]
make up to constitute or compose. [1/3 definitions]
paraphrase to compose a paraphrase. [1/4 definitions]
pencil to write or compose by using a pencil. [1/4 definitions]
purine any of several derivatives of this substance, esp. the bases that compose nucleic acids such as adenine and guanine. [1/2 definitions]
re-collect to calm, compose, or rally (oneself). [1/2 definitions]
recompose to compose anew; rearrange or reconstitute. [1/2 definitions]
rhyme to compose (verse or the like) using rhymes. [2/9 definitions]
Roman Curia the administrative, judicial, and executive offices of the papal see that compose the government of the Roman Catholic Church. [1/2 definitions]
score to arrange or compose the parts of (a musical composition). [1/20 definitions]