Definition for DIS-COM-POSE'

DIS-COM-POSE', v.t. [discompo'ze; dis and compose.]

  1. To unsettle; to disorder; to disturb; applied to things.
  2. To disturb peace and quietness; to agitate; to ruffle; applied to the temper or mind; expressing less agitation than fret and vex, or expressing vexation with decorum. – Swift.
  3. To displace; to discard. [Not in use.] – Bacon.

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