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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEA CHANGE

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

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

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

"I see that your feeling towards Gaynor has suffered a 'sea change,'" he said.

But with a sea change the story took up many other and varied rles.

I am afraid the raw material of this radiant divinity had much to endure before she suffered her sea change.

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

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

For a flitting instant I found myself desperate enough to do that very thing; but I, too, had suffered my sea change.

Does crossing the sea change or annihilate the churchmanship of the missionary, or the passenger, or the emigrant?

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.