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metamorphose

me tuh mawr fohz

  • v  change completely the nature or appearance of
    In Kafka's story, a person metamorphoses into a bug
  • v  change in outward structure or looks
    The salesman metamorphosed into an ugly beetle

  • How exactly did she metamorphose what we know was once tightly coiled hair? The choice many black women make to alter their hair's natural texture has undeniable historical and .
  • John Gress Reuters A number of economists and banking industry experts believe the subprime crisis could metamorphose into the biggest debacle to hit the sector since the savings .
  • For both nations, that is unfortunate; though it does not have to, a mystery can all too easily metamorphose into a threat.
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  • Orville Schell in Dallas Morning News
    Orville Schell wrote in the Olympics issue of Newsweek magazine: "China had finally allowed itself to imagine that its national identity might metamorphose from victim to victor, thanks to the alchemy of the Olympic Games. In one grand symbolic...
  • John McEnroe in Bloomberg
    He was able to metamorphose,McEnroe said on a conference call previewing the US Open. "He dedicated himself to the sport and became this incredible ambassador."

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