compounded

[ adjective kom-pound, kom-pound; noun kom-pound; verb kuhm-pound, kom-pound ]SEE DEFINITION OF compounded

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But no single generation is compounded all of fact or all of dream.

"I am compounded of sweet courtesy," he informed her modestly.

It was all of them, dozens of them, compounded year upon year upon year.

The world in which Erik Dorn lived was compounded of many surfaces.

He didn't give you one single thing to go on; just compounded the confusion.

When compounded with white lead, however, the colour has been stated to be destroyed.

He thought they were "compounded" of a certain earth, or calx, and phlogiston.

They are both mystic and utilitarian, or compounded of the two.

If a neat wound a man, let the neat be delivered up or compounded for.

It was of the sort that is compounded in the brain laboratories of egotists, and it worked.

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