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Correct spelling: Transforming

Common misspellings:

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Examples of usage:

  1. A sliding scale goes from the simplest prayer- experience of the ordinary man to that complete self- loss and complete self- finding, which is called the transforming union of the saint; and somewhere in this series, every human soul can find a place.  The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day by Evelyn Underhill
  2. Their development in appearance and character would have been quite transforming.  This Simian World by Clarence Day Jr.
  3. So wonderful is the transforming power of virtue, of greatness, of tenderness, that the vilest form of death assumes a sublimity and becomes a symbol of new life, or else- the sign which Constantine beheld would not conquer the world!  Bushido, the Soul of Japan by Inazo Nitobé
  4. The idea of progress was abroad in the world long before men became conscious of it; and men became conscious of it in its practical effects long before they stopped to study its transforming consequences in their philosophy and their religion.  Christianity and Progress by Harry Emerson Fosdick
  5. He knew that much depended upon health and vigour; but on the other hand he believed that the most transforming power in the world was the desire to be different; why he could not stride into his kingdom and realise his ideal all at once, he could not divine; but meanwhile he would desire the best, and look forward in confidence and hope.  Beside Still Waters by Arthur Christopher Benson
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