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- v. assume a different shape or form
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The whirlwind itself began to change shape and color, growing more manlike with each verse, until a horrid humanoid figure stood where smoke had once swirled.
"But that lutin could change shape and do magic-he was going to blind us."
Internal timing now somehow tells the morula to change shape from a compact ball of sixty or so cells to a fluid-filled sphere, the “blastocyst,” housing those previously starved cells destined to become the embryo.
He had cracked tougher minds than Veza's in his time, and she already seemed enamored of his ability to change shape so easily.