Examples of transfigure in a Sentence
Her face seemed transfigured by happiness.
married life has seemingly transfigured his formerly aimless existence
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Or a remake of that time Ron partially transfigured Scabbers into a furry water goblet.
For me, the pleasure of seeing a familiar world of faces and flora transfigured in a print or on a canvas is more than enough reason to take the subway to a building where art hangs on white walls.
All of these have already been transfigured into a dance of ones and zeroes, or are well on their way to such a fate.
The event Staedler was managing was engulfed and transfigured by the city-wide joy.
They are decisively transfigured only by our knowledge of the circumstances under which they were made.
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Origin and Etymology of transfigure
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsalchemize, make over, metamorphose, convert, transform, transmute, transpose, transubstantiate
Related Wordsadjust, alter, modify, recast; redefine, redesign, redo, reengineer, refashion, regenerate, remake, remodel, revamp, revise, rework, vary; deform, disfigure, distort, mutate, transmogrify; displace, replace, substitute, supplant
Synonym Discussion of transfigure
- transformed a small company into a corporate giant
- awkward girls metamorphosed into graceful ballerinas
- attempted to transmute lead into gold
- converted the study into a nursery
- a story in which a frog is transmogrified into a prince
- joy transfigured her face
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