Examples of transubstantiate in a Sentence
the novelist transubstantiated the joys and sorrows of his early years into a charming fable about childhood
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And then there was Evie, the most beloved, who had transubstantiated into a postcard from Reno.
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Origin and Etymology of transubstantiate
Middle English transsubstanciaten, from Medieval Latin transubstantiatus, past participle of transubstantiare, from Latin trans- + substantia substance
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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