Definition of Transmigrates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of transmigrate) ¹



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Definition of Transmigrates

1. transmigrate [v] - See also: transmigrate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transmigrates

transmetallates
transmetallating
transmetallation
transmethylase
transmethylation
transmethylation factor
transmethylations
transmew
transmews
transmigrable
transmigrant
transmigrante
transmigrants
transmigrate
transmigrated
transmigrates (current term)
transmigrating
transmigration
transmigrations
transmigrator
transmigrators
transmigratory
transmissable
transmissibilities
transmissibility
transmissible
transmissible dementia
transmissible enteritis
transmissible gastroenteritis of swine
transmissible gastroenteritis virus of swine

Literary usage of Transmigrates

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1. Modern Judaism: Or, A Brief Account of the Opinions, Traditions, Rites by John Allen (1830)
"Transmigration of Souls:— Whether the whole Soul, or only a Part, transmigrates ; —and how many times.—Souls migrating into Human Bodies, ..."

2. The Perfect Way; Or, The Finding of Christ: Or, The Finding of Christ by Anna Bonus Kingsford, Edward Maitland (1890)
"As the soul of the individual human unit transmigrates and passes on, so likewise does the Psyche of the planet. From world to world, in ceaseless ..."

3. The Tragedie of Antonie and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare (2001)
"... and the Elements once out of it, it transmigrates. Lep. What colour is it of? Ant. Of it owne colour too. ..."

4. The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion by James George Frazer (1900)
"Sometimes, at the death of the human incarnation, the divine spirit transmigrates into another man. In the kingdom of Kaffa, in Eastern Africa, ..."

5. An Outline of the Religious Literature of India by John Nicol Farquhar (1920)
"But, if this is all that transmigrates, must we not conclude that, when transmigration does not take place, the man is annihilated ? ..."

6. English Prose: A Series of Related Essays for the Discussion and Practice of by George Roy Elliott (1913)
"He doubles like the serpent, changes and flashes like the shaken kaleidoscope, transmigrates bodily into the views of others, and so, in the twinkling of an ..."

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