decompose[ dee-kuhm-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF decompose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECOMPOSE
When the snow melted it looked like blood, as the red particles do not decompose.
The city will be a charnel house when these bodies start to decompose.
You cannot get anything out of iron but iron; you cannot decompose iron.
By this time the husks will have begun to decompose and darken the kernels.
But if they do decompose, then it is not into any elements of Matter and physical energy.
They decompose into some psychic reality, and into some potential will.
Let it, for example, decompose water into oxygen and hydrogen.
The puzzle was, that a single cell could not decompose water.
She had begun now to decompose, and to become, in turn, a plant.
We no longer exorcise a ghost:—we decompose it,—like any other gas.