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composed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomposedcom‧posed /kəmˈpəʊzd $ -ˈpoʊzd/ adjective  1 CALMseeming calm and not upset or angry He appeared very composed despite the stress he was under.2 a composed salad is arranged carefully on a plate rather than being mixed together
Examples from the Corpus
composedI could see that she was angry but trying to remain composed.The witness was composed and sure of her story.It was several minutes before he felt composed enough to speak to anyone.
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