decomposed[ dee-kuh m-pohzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF decomposed
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The lead salts not soluble in ether were decomposed by acid.
The characteristic harmoniousness of her face became, as it were, decomposed for an instant.
Each bit of will and emotion must be decomposed into its finest elements.
Some limestone is decomposed by the heat, forming calcium oxide.
It crystallizes in orange-red needles and is decomposed by water.
At Cligga Head this slate is blended with decomposed hard granite.
The empire had decomposed into kingdoms; the kingdoms were segregating into lordships.
The chloroform is decomposed, and the chlorine combines with the lime.
If she is a body, she can be decomposed, as every body is a composite.
The bones were decomposed, and had decayed into a kind of blue powder.
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