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synonyms for transubstantiation

  • about-face
  • addition
  • adjustment
  • advance
  • break
  • changeover
  • compression
  • contraction
  • conversion
  • correction
  • development
  • difference
  • distortion
  • diversification
  • diversity
  • innovation
  • metamorphosis
  • modification
  • modulation
  • mutation
  • novelty
  • permutation
  • reconstruction
  • refinement
  • reversal
  • revision
  • revolution
  • shift
  • surrogate
  • switch
  • tempering
  • transfiguration
  • transformation
  • transition
  • translation
  • transmogrification
  • transmutation
  • turn
  • turnover
  • variance
  • variation
  • variety
  • vicissitude
  • remodeling
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antonyms for transubstantiation

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  • agreement
  • decrease
  • failure
  • sameness
  • similarity
  • stagnation
  • uniformity
  • withdrawal
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How to use transubstantiation in a sentence

There is no such thing as annihilation; death is surely transubstantiation.
THE WINGS OF ICARUSLAURENCE ALMA TADEMA
The word transubstantiation was not known until after this council.
THE CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION, OR, SCIENTIFIC AND RELIGIOUS JOURNAL, VOLUME I, NO. 12, DECEMBER, 1880VARIOUS
Is it not a miracle,” interrupted the philosopher, laughing, “more real than thy fancied transubstantiation?
HEROINES OF THE CRUSADESC. A. BLOSS
Yet their name remained, and was long used in Bohemia as a term of the bitterest contempt for those who denied transubstantiation.
A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF THE MIDDLE AGES; VOLUME IIHENRY CHARLES LEA
"Koukou denies transubstantiation," the pastor continued, sadly emptying his glass.
ATLANTIDAPIERRE BENOIT
I said, 'Would not the same objection hold against the Trinity as against Transubstantiation?'
LIFE OF JOHNSON, VOLUME 5BOSWELL
Bonner preached at the Cross upholding transubstantiation, and was deprived and imprisoned.
BELL'S CATHEDRALS: THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. PAULARTHUR DIMOCK
The very rock on which Columba landed, the traveler seeking the subtle transubstantiation from the past may stand on.
THE SPELL OF SCOTLANDKEITH CLARK
There was further a declaration against transubstantiation which effectually excluded Roman Catholics.
THE MOTHER OF PARLIAMENTSHARRY GRAHAM
Neither does he say in this, or with this is my body; but absolutely, This is my body: which plainly implies transubstantiation.
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO TRANSUBSTANTIATION

  • alteration
  • change
  • changeover
  • evolution
  • mutation
  • rebirth
  • transfiguration
  • transfigurement
  • translation
  • transmogrification
  • transmutation
  • transubstantiation
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