The reasons for this transference of energy are not far to seek.
That scrubby menagerie had not gained in dignity from its transference to canvas walls.
Will any other class submit to the transference which is necessarily implied?
Step sideward, right, with transference of body weight to the right foot .
This suggestion of the transference of the stick from hand to hand was not impossible.
In psychotherapy, the term "transference" is used to denote this relationship.
The process of transference brought to his consciousness the fact of his bareheadedness.
No exact date can be assigned for the transference of the Imperial power.
Another vital outcome of this revolution was the transference of a large part of planting enterprise to business.
And many are the modifications of flowers to insure this transference of pollen.
transference trans·fer·ence (trāns-fûr'əns, trāns'fər-əns)
In psychoanalysis, the process by which emotions associated with one person, such as a parent, unconsciously shift to another, especially to the analyst.