verb (used with object), met·a·mor·phosed, met·a·mor·phos·ing.
verb (used without object), met·a·mor·phosed, met·a·mor·phos·ing.
Origin of metamorphose
SYNONYMS FOR metamorphose
Related formsun·met·a·mor·phosed, adjective
Examples from the Web for metamorphose
You metamorphose, seemingly overnight, from most- to least-stressed individual on the astrological block.
It's wonderful the way a little paint will metamorphose a man!The Adventures of Jimmie Dale|Frank L. Packard
It was not her fault that a miracle had happened since then to metamorphose the whole world.The Phantom Lover|Ruby M. Ayres
But you metamorphose yourself about so, one does not know which way to look for you.The Wanderer (Volume 5 of 5)|Fanny Burney
Flowers or fish or animals can metamorphose themselves, for a time, into astral men.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
The law can metamorphose a human intellect from health to frenzy and from frenzy to health by the exercise of its resistless fiat.Medical experts: Investigation of Insanity by Juries|W. S. Thorne