So neither polling nor political theory can transfigure the human heart or orient our minds toward the brotherhood of man?
The uprolled clouds and the colors of morning and evening, will transfigure maples and alders.
It is here to transfigure all; we must accept with it the merer things it glorifies.
Then amazed recognition, love, happiness, transfigure her face.
You must have the imagination of a poet to transfigure them.
She looked up with that quick smile which seemed to transfigure her into something a little more than mortal.
He could not transfigure the dull and commonplace heads he was to copy.
To some of us those memories have a savour so sharp that, with the wind, one might catch and transfigure it in words.
For she saw a flame illumine Luttrell's face and transfigure him.
But Mrs. Ascher's feelings were strong enough to transfigure even her clothes.