Thesaurus / sea change
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Clum non animum mutant qui trans mare currunt—Those who cross the sea change only the climate, not their character.

He must have felt as if he were suffering "a sea change," and going into training for Neptune's stud.

Days OffHenry Van Dyke

I wrought to bring about in this Trafalgar Square soul a sea change.

Tongues of ConscienceRobert Smythe Hichens

There is no change like a sea change, no matter who suffers it; and one's first sea voyage is a revelation.

In the Footprints of the PadresCharles Warren Stoddard

Why did peasants, from the purlieus of foreign countries, undergo a "sea change" the instant they landed?

Every American has had these phases, has suffered the sea change and the land.

The notion of inland life had no place in his mind, for his thoughts in early years suffered a sea change.

He told her how he had suffered a sea change, and now occupied the lofty position of a god.

To suffer this sea change was bad enough, but to laugh about it was diabolical.

The Prodigal FatherJ. Storer Clouston

His thoughts have suffered a sea change, and he takes badly to books and slates.

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