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complimentary expressing or conveying a compliment. [2 definitions]
compline the last of the seven canonical hours in Christian worship, or the accompanying service.
comply to act in agreement with or obedience to a wish, request, requirement, or rule (often fol. by "with").
compo a composite material, such as mortar or concrete.
component a part or element of a whole; constituent. [2 definitions]
comport to behave or bear (oneself) in a particular way. [2 definitions]
comportment conduct or bearing; manner of behaving.
compose to form or combine into a whole. [6 definitions]
compose a number In mathematics education, to add together different place values to make a complete number. For example, to compose the number 231, you would add the three place values that make up this number, a 200, a 30, and a 1.
compose a ten in mathematics education, to determine what number must be added to another number to make a total of ten.
composed in a calm and collected state; serene.
composer one who composes, esp. music.
composing stick a hand-held, adjustable metal tray in which a compositor sets type.
composite composed of separate elements or factors. [5 definitions]
composite photograph a single photograph created from two or more separate photographs by juxtaposition, superimposition, or the like.
composition the act of composing. [7 definitions]
compositor one who sets up type for printing; typesetter.
compos mentis (Latin) in one's right mind; legally sane.
compost a mixture of decaying organic matter, such as dead leaves or manure, that is used as fertilizer or mulch. [4 definitions]
compostable combined form of compost.
composter a bin or similar large container with an opening at the top and near the bottom, used to create compost from food scraps, garden waste, and certain types of paper and other organic material. [2 definitions]