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transfigure
used in The Lords of Discipline

6 uses
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Definition
change completely the nature or appearance of — especially in a positive way
  • It is a precious, world-transfiguring stare when a girl looks at you with love in her eyes for the first time.
    Chapter 3.23 (94% in)
  • If it was handsome, it was all a cold, sedate handsomeness that gave off a somewhat disturbing aura of wisdom and pain, of having lived deeply, suffered, rallied, despaired, laughed at her despair until the face that survived all these countless darkening moods and transfigurements was lined with discernment, with a resolute sense of commitment to form, and the power to be amused slightly by the whole long journey.
    Chapter 1.2 (47% in)
  • They had transfigured my face in a single night.
    Chapter 2.19 (67% in)
  • I cannot express how lordly and transfigured I felt at that moment.
    Chapter 3.23 (88% in)
  • I studied my new identity, my validation, and I felt changed, completely transfigured in the surprising grandeur of its gold.
    Chapter 3.26 (54% in)
  • And his face, I would remember his face as he wiped the sweat from mine, transfigured with joy for me—his face vulnerable and febrile and anonymous—as he danced on the floor below me, as he tried to reach me, as he tried to be a part of the finest moment of my life.
    Chapter 3.30 (75% in)

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