from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A creature capable of changing its appearance or form at will


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • After walking off to find a spot to relieve himself, he could fall into an ancient underground temple where a Shaman shapeshifter is desperately trying to hang on until he can pass his powers onto another.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Problematic Superpowers and How to Make Them Work

  • My hero can be an Angel with human feelings or a very special vampire, a shapeshifter is also good but he needs to be a cat: -).

    Guest Author: Jory Strong

  • I’m glad to see the shapeshifter is off the board, that they didn’t string the Charlie issue along for too long.

    TV Insider : Bev Vincent

  • OMFG. for the last time, Missy's character is not a freakin shapeshifter.

    Why I Hated Last Night’s HEROES Finale | the TV addict

  • The shapeshifter is a robot of sorts, and eventually develops a dislike for its master and saves the day before forcing the mathematician to open the vault, but dies immediately after.

    Archive 2007-05-02

  • According to the ‘spray’s dog-eared, well-thumbed dictionary, a shapeshifter is a “change in the form or shape of a person, especially a change from human form to animal or vice versa.” A group called Shapeshifters CDs should, we reason, be blessed with an uncanny ability to switch musical genres, not to mention a knack for keeping contemporary to make David Bowie grind down his veneers in jealousy.

    SLACKERJACK – Michael Jackson: This Is It

  • The shapeshifter was the only one who didn't look eager for this confrontation.

    Objective: Bajor

  • Paul Flynn was told to remove posts including ones calling ex-Labour minister Peter Hain a "shapeshifter" and Lib Dem MP Lembit Opik a "clown".


  • But in my opinion Steven Strait would make a better Jacob after he becomes a 'shapeshifter', you know hes a bit more bulky more the Jacob type but thats just me!

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • This is especially fascinating to me given the appearance of the 'shapeshifter' myth that is prevalent in so many cultures and in shamanism.

    BellaOnline - The Voice of Women


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.