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 Words for metamorphosedmutate, transmute, develop, transubstantiate, remodel, age, vary, ripen, diverge, commute, transmogrify, mature, transfigure, translate, alter, change, reshape, remake
Examples from the Web for metamorphosed
Historical Examples of metamorphosed
A figure from the pages of Ovid, metamorphosed to a gunner of Santa Anna!The Strollers
Frederic S. Isham
How came Racah the priest to be metamorphosed into Racah the pianist?Melomaniacs
Was I the only Marl who metamorphosed into this state of rational entity?Cogito, Ergo Sum
John Foster West
In this metamorphosed state they were the more able to accomplish their designs.Welsh Folk-Lore
Such were the adventures of Timothy, who was metamorphosed into a precise Quaker.Japhet in Search of a Father
1570s, from Middle French métamorphoser (16c.), from métamorphose (n.), from Latin metamorphosis (see metamorphosis). Related: Metamorphosed. The Greek verb was metamorphoun.