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Definition of decompose:

  1. To separate the constituent parts of a body or substance; to resolve into original elements.

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Examples of usage for decompose:

  1. They were proposed in numbers, but only to be given up again, some intended to decompose and destroy the subtle poison in the system, others to counteract its action on the system with that action unknown. – On Snake-Poison: its Action and its Antidote by A. Mueller
  2. It is simply impossible to act on an organic compound like snake- poison, coursing through a living system, by chemicals that will either combine with it or decompose it in a manner likely to deprive it of its deadly qualities and render it innocuous. – On Snake-Poison: its Action and its Antidote by A. Mueller

Quotes for decompose:

  1. When I die I want to decompose in a barrel of porter and have it served in all the pubs in Dublin.

Rhymes for decompose:

  1. crows, clothes, pose, rows, vose, ohs, bows, grows, crose, bose, hoes, tows, close, pows, noes, knows, gose, cose, rose, jos, glows, shows, toes, joes, blows, lo's, ose, throws, bowes, boes, doze, those, brose, throes, flows, woes, mose, rohs, slows, lowes, snows, goes, sows, moes, beaus, foes, froze, boase, roes, ngos, nose, owes, prose, lows, sews, o's, chose, hose, pros;
  2. impose, depose, suppose, repose, plainclothes, compose, foreclose, transpose, oppose, dispose, tarots, forgoes, expose, bestows, arose, dubose, propose, stavros, enclose, disclose;
  3. juxtapose, reimpose, interpose, predispose, presuppose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;