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compose
used in Interview with the Vampire

4 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
keep your composure
Definition
to calm someone or settle something
  • What has died in this room tonight is the last vestige is me of what was human' "A shadow fell over her face; clear, as if the composure were rent like a veil.
    Part 3 (63% in)

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  • And Lestat sat composed beside her, like a mourner.
    Part 1 (54% in)
  • Sometimes in the evening I would go out to him and find him in the garden near the oratory, sitting absolutely composed on a stone bench there, and I'd tell him my troubles, the difficulties I had with the slaves, how I distrusted the overseer or the weather or my brokers .... all the problems that made up the length and breadth of my existence.
    Part 1 (2% in)
  • She sat composed, revived, filled with life, no sign of pallor or weakness in her, her legs stretched out straight on the damask, her white gown soft and thin like an angel's gown around her small form.
    Part 1 (58% in)

There are no more uses of "compose" in Interview with the Vampire.

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