Definition of composed in English:

composed

adjective

  • Having one's feelings and expression under control; calm.

    ‘a very talented and composed young player’
    • ‘The guy had returned to his calm and composed state.’
    • ‘Alex took a deep breath and faced the teacher with a composed expression.’
    • ‘‘We blew it,’ raged the normally calm and composed British boss.’
    • ‘‘Yes, I understand that,’ he nodded, turning to face her again, his face composed and businesslike.’
    • ‘Now he is much more collected and composed than he had been before.’
    • ‘For a quiet, level-headed lad, who is usually so composed and unflappable on the pitch, the prospect is one that exhilarates.’
    • ‘The voice was cold and hostile, asking the question in a composed yet commanding way.’
    • ‘He had a calm, composed exterior, but inside, Kimberly knew that he was in anguish.’
    • ‘The composed and rational side of their personality vanishes and is replaced by rage, aggression or whining.’
    • ‘Sol glanced around with composed indifference.’
    • ‘Perhaps what was most impressive was how such a young side remained so composed and confident throughout.’
    • ‘It seemed he couldn't find the person he was searching for because his expression fell and was replaced by a cold, composed look.’
    • ‘Consistent practice of this kind of imagery/simulation will help you stay calm, composed and strong through those tough spots.’
    • ‘Stockdale held his head in horror afterwards but, revealingly, went on to produce the kind of composed and focused performance that has typified his impressive ten-match stint in the first team.’
    • ‘But instead, she remained silent, calm, composed and unaffected.’
    • ‘I am also a composed person and do not especially like risk - I prefer reliability to anything else.’
    • ‘She came as they always seemed to do, lovely and composed and unconcerned by the people who thronged about her stallion.’
    • ‘Madeleine attempted no response at first, but the composed expression on her face was unwavering.’
    calm, collected, cool, calm, and collected, cool, as cool as a cucumber, cool-headed, controlled, self-controlled, serene, tranquil, relaxed, at ease, self-possessed, unruffled, unperturbed, unflustered, undisturbed, unmoved, unbothered, untroubled, unagitated
    equable, even-tempered, level-headed, imperturbable
    unflappable, unfazed, together, laid-back, chilled
    equanimous
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Pronunciation:

composed

/kəmˈpəʊzd/