metamorphosing

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

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Tadpoles were in the rocky streams, and metamorphosing young were on vegetation at the edges of the streams.

Young from the eggs laid in the first week of August were metamorphosing during the last week of August.

Metamorphosing young have been found on vegetation at the edge of streams and have been raised in the laboratory.

Nowhere do we really see beings mixing their natures and metamorphosing themselves into each other.

In metamorphosing you all into roses, I am only offering a copy for the original.

This property of lycanthropy, or metamorphosing into a beast, probably dates back to man's creation.

Has the reader ever seen a Popish priest in the act of making, or metamorphosing bread and water into flesh and blood?

Then they went there together, Quetzalcoatl metamorphosing himself into a 'black ant.'

Metamorphosing young have been found from May through August.