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Difference between Compose and Comprise

Compose means to create or to make up the whole.

  • John Williams composes musical scores for Spielberg films.
  • Five thousand songs compose the college’s new music library.

Comprise means to consist of something.

  • The college’s new music library comprises 5,000 songs.
  • Memory hook: The whole comprises the parts, and the parts compose the whole.