Definition of Transshapes

1. transshape [v] - See also: transshape



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transshapes

transscleral
transsection
transsegmental
transseptal
transseptal fibres
transshape
transshaped
transshapes (current term)
transshaping
transshift
transship
transshipment
transshipment center
transshipments
transshipped
transshipping
transships
transsonic
transsphenoidal
transsphenoidal adenomectomy
transstadial transmission
transsubstantiation

Literary usage of Transshapes

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1. An Exposition Upon the Second Epistle General of St. Peter by Thomas Adams, James Sherman (1848)
"While Satan appears like a roaring lion, we are ready u run from nim ; but when he transshapes himself mit a familiar form, we admit him too often, ..."

2. Plautus: Sp├Ątere Bearbeitungen plautinischer Lustspiele by Karl von Reinhardstoettner (1886)
"... and transshapes Himself unto her husband: Ganimede He makes assistant in his amorous rapes, Whilst he prefers the earth' before Juno's bed. ..."

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