composedly[ kuhm-pohzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF composedly
Synonyms for composedly
- at one's convenience
- at one's leisure
- taking one's time
- with delay
- without haste
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPOSEDLY
"In spite of all that, it may be true enough," returned the lawyer, composedly.
"If you will warrant the beer, I will warrant the throat," said John composedly.
“Then I can not imagine what cause for unhappiness you can have,” she said, composedly.
“I beg your pardon; I was detained,” answered Courvoisier, composedly.
“Well for you that I am, mein lieber,” said Helfen, composedly.
"Make the sign of the cross, and swear it by all the Saints," said the merchant, composedly.
"I, señor," composedly answered the priest, who understood English.
"I think I have already met Mr. Lestrange," she said composedly.
"Well, Belarab has the job in hand," said Lingard, composedly.
“There is nothing more to be done,” returned de Spain composedly.
"calm, tranquil," c.1600, past participle adjective frome compose (v.). Related: Composedly; composedness.