transubstantial

adjective
tran·​sub·​stan·​tial | \ˌtran(t)-səb-ˈstan(t)-shəl \

Definition of transubstantial 

: changed or capable of being changed from one substance to another

First Known Use of transubstantial

1567, in the meaning defined above

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