metamorphosise

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Variant spelling of metamorphosize.

Verb[edit]

metamorphosise (third-person singular simple present metamorphosises, present participle metamorphosising, simple past and past participle metamorphosised)

  1. (UK, nonstandard) To metamorphose.
    • 2002, Gini Graham Scott, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Shamanism, Alpha Books, published 2002, page 134:
      In The Way of the Shaman, Michael Harner describes how dancing, accompanied by drumming, was a very common method (...) in traditional societies for a person to metamorphosise into a bird or other animal.
    • 2004, Elizaveta Ristrova, Taking Off My Sweater, Xlibris, published 2004, page 247:
      It was funny to consider what things in life inspired a person to suddenly metamorphosise into something else.

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