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An aureole of something more than human, of something entirely spiritual, seemed to transfigure her loveliness.
But Mrs. Ascher's feelings were strong enough to transfigure even her clothes.
GOSSAMERGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
The vision of the light 302of the Transfiguration did not transfigure the character of its beholders.
The silence appeared silly; there was, and there could be, no emotion to justify, to transfigure it.
She believes in her power to renew and transfigure them, to achieve in them a moral miracle.
LUX MUNDIVARIOUS
But even the most love-blinded damsel could not transfigure Elliott's demeanour into that of a lover.
THE WHITE SHIELDMYRTLE REED
The soul in him never awoke, so as to transfigure his thoughts and purposes.
SERMONS AT RUGBYJOHN PERCIVAL
It is here to transfigure all; we must accept with it the merer things it glorifies.
BROWNING'S HEROINESETHEL COLBURN MAYNE
The music is so sung, so played that it does transfigure the peculiar theatrical hideousness of our time.
ESSAYS ON ARTA. CLUTTON-BROCK
If so, I knew him now for a fiend in very truth!if burning horror and endless shame can so transfigure the soul of man!

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