composition[ kom-puh-zish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF composition
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPOSITION
Handel, in one species of composition, wrote down to the singers of his time.
My hunger I could never satisfy with any amount of composition or extemporization of my own.
It is an inordinate paragraph, outraging all known rules of composition!
(a) How does the composition of poultry compare with that of meat?
The composition of poultry is very similar to that of meats.
The summer was devoted to the composition of Belshazzar, for which Jennens had supplied the libretto.
When it fails, it is in consequence of some peculiarity in the composition of the ink.
There was very little of the slave in the composition of either.
Through an opening in the curtain I gazed on the composition of this assembly.
He gradually improved in drawing, colouring, and composition.