- From Latin compages, from com- + root of pangere ‘to fasten’. (Wiktionary)
“Quid est enim carens animae motu atque compage quod animatae rationabilique naturae pulchrum esse iure uideatur?”
“The compage of all physical truths is not so closely jointed, but opposition may find intrusion; nor always so closely maintained, as not to suffer attrition.”
“Common tombs preserve not beyond powder: a firmer consistence and compage of parts might be expected from arefaction, deep burial, or charcoal.”
“Facebook. compage, until the social networking site balked.”
“Stertis adhuc? laxumque caput compage foluta Ofcitat hefternum diflutis undique malis}”
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