Definition of 'transfiguration'
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Then his transfiguration: the force he'd seen in the mirror, blazing back at him. GALILEE (2001)Any transfiguration was a kind of death; a passing away of what had been in order to make room for what was to come. GALILEE (2001)Perhaps this was part of his transfiguration: his mind revisiting old anxieties so that they could be dealt with and sloughed off. GALILEE (2001)
Just then his face underwent a sudden transfiguration and fell softer. THE LIGHTSTONE: BOOK ONE, PART ONE OF THE EA CYCLE (2001)
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