Thesaurus / metamorphose

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It's wonderful the way a little paint will metamorphose a man!
It was not her fault that a miracle had happened since then to metamorphose the whole world.
THE PHANTOM LOVERRUBY M. AYRES
But you metamorphose yourself about so, one does not know which way to look for you.
Flowers or fish or animals can metamorphose themselves, for a time, into astral men.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
The law can metamorphose a human intellect from health to frenzy and from frenzy to health by the exercise of its resistless fiat.
Your desire for profits, which is sheer selfishness, you metamorphose into altruistic solicitude for suffering humanity.
THE IRON HEELJACK LONDON
Let us observe the steps of the process by which the metamorphose must have been effected.
MODERN SKEPTICISMC. J. ELLICOTT
A quarter of an hour sufficed to metamorphose Bathurst into an Oude peasant.
We know how the gymnasium can metamorphose a loose-jointed, lop-sided, stoop-shouldered, shamble-gaited young fellow.
Those sheaves, or stooks—who can describe their metamorphose?

WORDS RELATED TO METAMORPHOSE

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