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transfigure
used in Anne Of Green Gables

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Definition
change completely the nature or appearance of — especially in a positive way
  • The child was quite transfigured; and, a moment later, when Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Blewett went out in quest of a recipe the latter had come to borrow she sprang up and flew across the room to Marilla.
    Chapter 6 — Marilla Makes Up Her Mind (64% in)
  • It had been a very mild December and people had looked forward to a green Christmas; but just enough snow fell softly in the night to transfigure Avonlea.
    Chapter 25 — Matthew Insists on Puffed Sleeves (58% in)
  • Behind them the moon was rising out of the sea that grew all radiant and transfigured in her light.
    Chapter 29 — An Epoch in Anne's Life (92% in)

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