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compositional (adj.)

1815, "pertaining to composition," from composition + -al (1). The same word was used in Middle English, of a disease, "affecting an organ" (a "compound" part of the body). Compositive (c. 1600) was used in the sense "having the power of compounding."

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Definitions of compositional

compositional (adj.)
arranging or grouping;
From wordnet.princeton.edu