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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of compound.
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- adj. combined into or constituting a chemical compound.
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- adj. combined into or constituting a chemical compound
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The next king, Jehoshaphat the first Hebrew monarch to bear a name compounded with a variant of the divine name YHWH:Yeho+shaphat= “YHWH has judged”, was praised for walking in the way of his righteous father, Asa.
McCoy looked at Spock with an expression compounded of unease and awe and delight.
Barn is compounded from the Old English words beren ` barley '+ ern ` house.'
Windows is compounded from the Icelandic words vindr ` wind '+ auga ` eye,' a window being the eye of a house.
 A term compounded from _sheegowiss_, a widow, and _mowigh_, something nasty.
Imagine that kind of gain compounded over time, and you begin to appreciate why other nations are putting such a premium on their school systems.
Assuming that simple-interest returns can be compounded is exactly the confusion which led to Glassman's notorious "Dow 36,000", by the way.
The stuff Suzanne Somers and Oprah are getting compounded is exactly the same chemical (probably purchased from the same supplier) as Big Pharma uses to make their estradiol patches and creams and progesterone pills.
The generic name was compounded from the Greek leuco, "white", and krinon, "lily".
Ganymede, therefore, bears a name compounded of the two words, “joy” and “counsel,” and is honoured among the gods, not as one “whose body,” but