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  1. (obsolete) Change, alteration.
  2. The conversion of one thing into something else; transformation.
  3. (alchemy) Specifically, the supposed transformation of one element into another, especially of a base metal into gold.
  4. (physics) The actual transformation of one element into another by a nuclear reaction.
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  6. Examples:
    1. “A longtime goal of the alchemists was the transmutation of base metals into precious metals.”
      “The alchemist experiences death, life, rebirth, witnesses the magical properties of transmutation in the bain-marie as well as her own bodymind.”
      “When punk rock burns brightly, it is capable of amazing feats of transmutation.”
  1. One who believes in the transmutation of metals.
  2. One who believes in the transmutation of species.
  1. (evolutionary theory) A belief in the transmutation of species.
  1. The ability to be transmuted.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Creation Science rejects almost all of modern science including the idea of old earth, the Big Bang, and transmutability of species.”
      “A similar transmutability of energy into information, and vice versa, although somewhat more subtle, may well drive 21st Century science and many of its applications.”
      “These questions point to the fluidity and transmutability of the questions we deal with as we re-imagine, re-read, re-tell and re-write the human record.”
  1. One who, or that which, transmutes.
  2. Examples:
    1. “We had a transmuter change me from a housecat to a panther, and telekinesis became easier, because my mass was greater.”
  1. plural of transmutationist
  2. Examples:
    1. “Other transmutationists included French anatomist Isidore Geoffroy Sainte Hilaire, who studied birth defects.”
      “In effect, they claimed, transmutation undermined the very evidence the transmutationists were using to support their case.”
      “Like other transmutationists of the time, he was confident that the organism that gave rise to other forms had lived in the sea.”
  1. plural of transmutation
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  3. Examples:
    1. “For instance, Charles II of England attempted transmutations and even Sir Isaac Newton spent considerable time decoding alchemical books.”
      “And although she does bring together her diverse selves into an integrated whole, such merging is always subject to further transmutations.”
      “One of the most private of writers, she has also incorporated part of her past in her stories, over and over again in different transmutations.”
  1. plural of transmuter
  2. Examples:
    1. “What, is he one of those transmuters who looks like something from a horror movie?”
      “It's full of illusionists and transmuters, and you're worried about hair color?”
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