It was typical of the sea-change my whole being had undergone.
Like all the rest of us, he, too, had suffered his sea-change and was the better and bigger man for it.
But as soon as he had reached the door his manner suffered a sea-change.
But doth suffer a sea-change Into something rich and strange.
Even the deepening twilight can not disguise the evidences of a terrible “sea-change.”
Not a foreigner comes to Rome that his name does not "suffer a sea-change into something rich and strange."
He has suffered a sea-change; for his keel has been wetted in the waters of Eternity.
Quite unconscious of this sea-change, wrought by one simple, manly act upon his popularity, he rose to address the people.
All the same, it's suffered a sea-change under your accomplished hands, Langley.
Everything in it suffers a sea-change; everything is set to the music of the winds and the waves.