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  • These students expressed a desire for a metamorphosis before they start their new lives away from home.
  • He is finished being a child, and must become an adult via metamorphosis.
  • His programme went through a metamorphosis from the one about politics into a TV show.
  • Little by little, he metamorphoses until it's difficult to tell him apart from his missing brother.
  • The meaning of the metamorphosis can be seen in her work.
  • At bottom there is but one subject of study: the forms and metamorphoses of mind. Cited from Amiel's Journal, by Henri Frederic Amiel, Tr. Ward
  • After six or seven weeks, they are ready for metamorphosis.
  • Thus began the metamorphosis of radio show into book.
  • They are part of the great family of metamorphosis, they live in the world and they are as old as change itself.
  • Metamorphosis occurs about four months later when the tadpoles measure about in length.
  • Small numbers of individuals delay metamorphosis spending more than one winter in the soil.
  • This metamorphosis is easily connected to her love for a nine years old boy when she was only two and a half years old.
  • Time, confined to a hospital bed, then metamorphoses into a new form.
  • The term sea-change is therefore often used to mean a metamorphosis or alteration.
  • There is no action, no metamorphosis in them and nothing happens with them in the space.
  • Scarcely do you believe through how many nice metamorphoses a lily may be passed by him. Cited from The Works of Max Beerbohm, by Max Beerbohm
  • Some males start calling as soon as six months post-metamorphosis.
  • This leads to increased energy and presence, allowing for the more complete metamorphosis of the actor into his character.
  • People themselves, those I meet from day to day, inevitably go through the same metamorphosis. Cited from Ben Blair, by Will Lillibridge
  • The main plot line follows the metamorphosis of Paul from being within the system to being against the system.
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Words starting with metamorphosis

Meaning of metamorphosis

  • noun The marked and rapid transformation of a larva into an adult that occurs in some animals
  • noun A complete change of physical form or substance especially as by magic or witchcraft