composite[ kuh m-poz-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF composite
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPOSITE
In that matter I would not trust myself; why, then, should I trust the composite Democrat?
This composite body of troops has been called Geddes's Detachment.
It was of a composite architecture, between the Morisco and the Spanish.
The composite animal in Book IX is an allegory of the parts of the soul.
And let the figure be composite—a pair of winged horses and a charioteer.
But in the composite photograph it was Anna who predominated.
Besides, it is true that the composite also receives compensation.
For in his opinion what is material is composite and possessed of potentiality.
Every composite has the cause of its existence in the composition.
If one of them only has this differentia, then this one is composite and is not the first cause.