verb[with object] (usually be transfigured)
Transform into something more beautiful or elevated: the world is made luminous and is transfigured
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- Meanwhile, a residential construction and remodeling boom promises to transfigure the look of the place still further.
- Technology or mechanistic craft adjusts to the functions of everyday life; art elevates and transfigures the everyday into a transcendent state.
- William Blake produced a series of visionary paintings about mankind transfigured by revolution and a series of graphic illustrations to highlight the plight of black slaves tortured in Surinam.
Words that rhyme with transfigurechigger, configure, figure, Frigga, jigger, ligger, rigger, rigor, rigour, snigger, swigger, trigger, vigour (US vigor)
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