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adjective as in power to change dramatically

Strong match

  • metamorphic

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Example Sentences

Right now, hydrogen is high-carbon, and expensive—not exactly a promising state for a transformative, low-carbon fuel.

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Acquired in a surprise March trade after the San Francisco 49ers decided they couldn’t meet the young Pro Bowler’s asking price on an extension, Buckner has had a transformative impact on the Colts’ defense.

I continue to think big and look for transformative opportunities in business and in life.

From Fortune

We seek to accelerate projects that offer not only solutions but plans for rapid implementation—projects that are transformative, broad in scope, and large in ambition.

The coinciding pieces of legislation would prove transformative.

At a rally in Pittsburgh a week before the election, Johnson laid out an ambitious, transformative vision for the United States.

Is that level of belief, is that amount of love transformative?

Her ballerinas are not aiming to enter show business, but rather to offer their community the transformative gift of dance.

CrossFit is in some ways more transformative for women than men.

Truly transformative experiences don't come for free, after all.

Let us consider such a mental transformative process in detail.

Surely at least the unclear conception of an adaptively transformative influence of food must be discarded.

Shelley has, however, an advantage over Nietzsche in his recognition of the transformative power of love.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transformative, such as: life-changing, transformational, null, born-again, cathartic, and null.

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