Metamorphize

Related to Metamorphize: metamorphosed

Met`a`mor´phize


v. t.1.To metamorphose.
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WHEN DOES A BOTTLE STOP BEING A BEVERAGE AND METAMORPHIZE INTO A SHRINE?
One of the more frequently encountered types of motivation concerns local patriotism, or what Fishman (1997) referred to as "ethnolinguistic consciousness [that] can metamorphize into nationalism.
because it's free from royalties), and knowing, besides, after sticking with it for a while, that you can get really sick of it, temporarily or not, and this isn't to strip the constraint of even the smallest bit of merit, on the condition that it will metamorphize into maturity, belonging neither entirely itself nor something else, this I named: a form.
assume disguises, and when possible metamorphize, as they seek to
As the tippling mourners metamorphize into drunken revelers a fight breaks out.
Instead, neurodevelopmental symptoms in children metamorphize over time, and in predictable ways that can be characterized by examining how functional aspects of developmental processes interacts during both pre-morbid and clinical stages of a neurodevelopmental disorder.
As more and more communities become targeted to serving specific market segments, we expect the community building to metamorphize in ways that complement the key interests of that target group.
His concept of life, man, art and culture metamorphize.
As Satan metamorphizes, he is "Reluctant, but in vaine, a greater power/Now rul'd him" (10.
In her 1989 volume Fair Realism, she writes: "Cloud fields change into furniture/furniture metamorphizes into fields/an emphasis falls on reality.
Opened to the dizzying possibilities of syntax and syllogism, the pornographic image may be heightened to the point where it metamorphizes into pure paralogism.
The whole of (social) space proceeds from the body, even though it so metamorphizes the body that it may forget it altogether -- even though it may separate itself so radically from the body as to kill it" (405).