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noun as in rebirth

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A month into your transmigration, you read that Il Primo Omicidio has moved to a city two hours away.

The letters fog and fade out toward the top, miming a transmigration into the billboard.

You have sensed it all along, even before your transmigration—there is a fear that gives strength and a fear that takes it away.

I dont believe in the transmigration of souls; I dont want to come back and pull through another miserable existence.

They believe in the transmigration of the soul into other men and into animals, and in demons, witchcraft and magic.

The young man's consent and the magnetic manipulation of a competent physician are sufficient for the transmigration.

But in that case it is not transmigration but the re-appearance of the same person after he has ceased to be.

In some systems of transmigration the man, forced after death to assume a lower form, may rise by good conduct to a higher form.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transmigration, such as: metempsychosis, and reincarnation.

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