To arrive at an age when women stand-up comedians would be considered a normal thing, American culture and American show business had to metamorphose, sometimes in sync, sometimes leapfrogging each other.
Yet resilience and creativity also emerge, as people carve out a new way of living in a city metamorphosed.
She had a natural talent for extracting lessons from ordinary moments, showing her kids how caterpillars metamorphose into butterflies and sliding magnets near metallic pipes to explain polarity.
Over the last few years, Section 230 of the 1996 US Communications Decency Act has metamorphosed from a little-known subset of regulations about the internet into a major rallying point for both the right and left.
That indeed would soon metamorphose into the strongest and broadest economic expansion since World War II.
You metamorphose, seemingly overnight, from most- to least-stressed individual on the astrological block.
Any little Accident from without may metamorphose his Fancy, and push him upon a new set of Thoughts.
How metamorphose a passage of dialect into the power of gravitation, and a silent corollary into a flash of lightning?
Your desire for profits, which is sheer selfishness, you metamorphose into altruistic solicitude for suffering humanity.
Now the pitcher, as this is called, is not a new organ, but simply a metamorphose of a leaf.
The Metamorphose is forcible, perhaps it has more force and wit than elegance.
On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to metamorphose, such as: mutate, transmute, age, alter, change, and commute.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.