Definition of Transfiguring

1. Verb. (present participle of transfigure) ¹



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Definition of Transfiguring

1. transfigure [v] - See also: transfigure

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transfiguring

transferrins
transfers
transfigurate
transfigurated
transfigurates
transfiguratien
transfigurating
transfiguration
transfigurations
transfigurative
transfigure
transfigured
transfigures
transfigurest
transfigureth
transfiguring (current term)
transfiguringly
transfinite
transfinite number
transfinite numbers
transfinites
transfinity
transfix
transfixed
transfixes
transfixing
transfixion
transfixion suture
transfixions
transfixt

Literary usage of Transfiguring

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1. Girls and Education by Le Baron Russell Briggs (1911)
"... it is not only profoundly true, but a recognition of what is highest in women as what is highest in all human creatures— the power of transfiguring this ..."

2. Lessons of Faith and Life: Discourses by Edwin Hubbell Chapin (1881)
"I. THE transfiguring LOOK. "And as he prayed the fashion of his countenance was altered." — LUKE ix. 29. ..."

3. The Imperial Christ by John Patterson Coyle, George A. Gates (1896)
"THE TRANSFIGURED AND transfiguring CROSS. God forbid that I should glory, save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ. — GAL. vi. 14. ..."

4. Here and Beyond: Or, The New Man, the True Man by Hugh Smith Carpenter (1859)
"ANGELIC FACE. — NATURAL SCENERY. — GOD'S VOICE.— SIGHT or GLORY transfiguring. — SPECTACLES OF BEAUTY. — COTTAGE DEATH-BED. — THB STRUGGLING CHRISTIAN. ..."

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