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transfigurative

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  • adj. of, relating to, or causing transfiguration

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Examples

  • I mean: staggeringly, mind-changing, miraculous and transfigurative.

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  • The door to eternity is opened and we experience a sacred moment of being, connected to all other people in a transcendent, transfigurative sense.

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  • When you come to grips with one of the greatest artistic achievements of mankind, the potential is for it to be transfigurative.

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  • Oscar favorite, Mo’Nique, continued her sweeping of industry and festival awards, for her transfigurative, tour de force in the emotional beatdown seriously, I had to pause it and leave the room multiple times Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire.

    A Familiar Shine on the 2010 SAG Awards | Manolith

  • Jesus Christ in his perfect and transfigurative death on the cross (

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  • Ex. 3: 1-15); and, once and for all, at Christ's perfect and transfigurative death on the cross to the WHOLE WORLD (

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  • But this is a transfigurative time; it is too soon to tell where things may head. "

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