converted

[ kuh n-vur-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF converted

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Ah, I remember the night I was converted, as if it were yesterday.

The day which his Maker intended as a blessing, man has converted into a curse.

He has had it, just as it was found, converted into a breastpin.

When the multitudes were not converted by the miracles, they fled terrified.

The fifty professors then declared that they were converted.

In Portugal they were converted into a new order for the defence of the realm.

This broken thumb saved my life; it converted ennui into anger.

The unexpected march of events had converted him to the doctrine of fatalism.

If I believe that, why don't I pray for Bob, so that he'll be converted?

A week of this sort of nourishment, and I'll have you converted to my ideas.

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