transmigrate

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I am sure all this is because you think you will transmigrate into a black spider!

The Jesuits were ordered to dispose the people to transmigrate.

Oh, if our souls could transmigrate I'd be a seamew above all birds that fly!

It cannot transmigrate—cannot carry along with it the law which protects it: and if it could, what law would it carry?

He commanded each of them to transmigrate from one human body into another, until their tasks were done.

They think the soul will transmigrate many times before being finally united to Brahma.

When the Lama dies, his soul enters immediately into the body of some child, so that he is simply said to transmigrate.

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