Thesaurus / transference

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The effect, however, has apparently been the transference of the horns to both sexes.

Distance has inappreciable influence on the transference of thought.

Egyptian decorators often made use of this process for the transference of sketches upon papyrus, stone, or wood, to the wall.

The transference of the Rialto to Iberia was of a piece with the discovery of a sea-coast in Bohemia.

A Study of ShakespeareAlgernon Charles Swinburne

From what elements of marking are these secondary ring-spots resulting from transference developed?

The remainder of the work of transference was relatively unimportant.

To a dispassionate observer this transference of his attentions might have seemed a matter of small moment.

There can be no doubt that the balance and proportion of the play gained enormously by the transference.

Play-MakingWilliam Archer

Suddenly, as if by a transference of thought, she voiced what he had in mind.

At the beginning of the next paragraph he is still speaking, and telling of Adam's transference from the Moon to the Earth.

A Voyage to the MoonCyrano de Bergerac
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