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transfigurement

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A transfiguration.

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Examples

  • Agostino's transfigurement from lymphatic poet to fiery man of action, lasted till his breath was short, when the necessity for taking a deep draught of air induced him to fall back upon his idle irony.

    Vittoria — Volume 3

  • Agostino's transfigurement from lymphatic poet to fiery man of action, lasted till his breath was short, when the necessity for taking a deep draught of air induced him to fall back upon his idle irony.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • Agostino's transfigurement from lymphatic poet to fiery man of action, lasted till his breath was short, when the necessity for taking a deep draught of air induced him to fall back upon his idle irony.

    Vittoria — Complete

  • He took the hand extended to him, and kissed it -- to him it was the hand of more than the most beautiful woman in the world -- it was the hand of a saint in white transfigurement.

    The Prince of India — Volume 02

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