- v change in outward structure or looks
- v change or alter in form, appearance, or nature
- v alter the nature of (elements)
- Barthelme used this single effect to transmute himself with rapidity into a brilliant bore, and it would be a shame if Goldberg repeated that wasteful performance.
- Modern atomic science can actually transmute metals plutonium is a transmuted metal, and gold could be made from other elements if it were worth the expense and effort.
- And for him, there is neither world enough nor time to transmute all that he sees, breathes and dreams.
News & Articles
- Letters to the editor, April 15, 2014
In reference to the article about Gov. Susana Martinez trying to conceal illegal acts behind the constitution (“Martinez: Enforcing public records law unconstitutional,” March 28): It is truly laughable that Martinez tries to transmute a request for public information under the state law into a constitutional issue.
April 15, 2014 - Santa Fe New Mexican