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Change form   /tʃeɪndʒ fɔrm/   Listen
Change form

Assume a different shape or form.  Synonyms: change shape, deform.

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"Change form" Quotes from Famous Books

... translated by such terms as 'to be transformed,' 'to be metamorphosed,' 'to be changed,' etc.; but the belief about these trees is very singular, and cannot be explained by any such rendering of the verb 'bakeru.' The tree itself does not change form or place, but a spectre called Ki-no o-bake disengages itself from the tree and walks about in various guises.' [20] Most often the shape assumed by the phantom is that of a beautiful woman. The tree spectre seldom speaks, and seldom ventures to go very far away from its tree. If approached, it immediately ...
— Glimpses of an Unfamiliar Japan • Lafcadio Hearn

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