verb (used with object), trans·mog·ri·fied, trans·mog·ri·fy·ing.
Origin of transmogrify
Related formstrans·mog·ri·fi·ca·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for transmogrification
It was “currently under cannibalization and transmogrification into a very strange movie,” he said then, and that was that.
Well, I'm blowed, here's a transmogrification; he's consolidified himself into a blessed brick—my eye, here's a curiosity.Varney the Vampire|Thomas Preskett Prest
Then the dim, flickering light and the incense of the tobacco accomplished their transmogrification.The Bachelors|William Dana Orcutt