metamorphosed

[ met-uh-mawr-fohz, -fohs ]SEE DEFINITION OF metamorphosed

Antonyms for metamorphosed

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A figure from the pages of Ovid, metamorphosed to a gunner of Santa Anna!

How came Racah the priest to be metamorphosed into Racah the pianist?

Was I the only Marl who metamorphosed into this state of rational entity?

In this metamorphosed state they were the more able to accomplish their designs.

Such were the adventures of Timothy, who was metamorphosed into a precise Quaker.

The floating Farallones had metamorphosed into a giant warship.

His eyes turned blood-shot, and he was metamorphosed into a raging fiend.

But he is also so metamorphosed, that his late master could not recognise him.

And how does this poor Paris metamorphosed please Monsieur Vane?

Reflected thence in a metamorphosed echo, he followed all its changes.

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