Synonyms for metamorphised or Related words with metamorphised

entereth              burrowed              shapeshifted              shapeshifts              snowballed              dragooned              shovelled              shoehorned              herded              barged              waded              slithered              forayed              devolves              transmogrified              segued              snuck              guilts              debouches              foraying              segueing              indevader              metamorphosised              sauntered              metamorphosed              metamorphose              filmdubbed              seguing              clambers              sneaked              blundered              delved              segues              crept              reborrowed              splited              underhive              reintegrate              goads              goaded              inveigling              metamorphosized              cursoroutofrange              craned              morass              ingermanlandia              helperslogs              lithified              resubdivided              introducted             

Examples of "metamorphised"
In 1934 her membership of the Communist Party of Australia and the Movement Against War and Fascism led her to lead the Egon Kisch welcome committee, which rapidly metamorphised into the committee to defend Kisch from exclusion from Australia.
The Southwest Mountains are underlain by a belt of Catoctin greenstone, which forms the eastern edge of the Blue Ridge anticlinorium. The Catoctin Greenstone belt extends north into Maryland and also supports the Bull Run and Catoctin Mountains. The basalt flows which were metamorphised to greenstone were deposited during the latest Precambrian age and first uplifted during Grenville Orogeny then again during the Alleghenian Orogeny, in which they were also transported westward to their present location.
Covering the southern basement are sedimentary and metamorphised sedimentary rocks containing argillite, limestone, volcanic schist, slate, and greywacke which were exposed in the canyon of the Santiago River. Near these sediments late Oligocene to early Miocene granite and granodiorite intrusive bodies occur. A possible cause of this is that these bodies were roof pendants which were uplifted by plutons. Mesozoic limestone also occurs in northern portion of the mountains, mostly from the Cretaceous.
Becker sought out the mine to test the theory of Robert Oxland, a physician and mineralogist, formerly on the staff of the Toland Medical College in San Francisco, California who also held a patent for refining tungsten from tin ore. Oxland believed the cinnabar ore at Sulphur Bank had been formed from hot springs. His thesis stated that hot springs brought metals in a dissolved state from igneous rock deep in the earth through a thick block of metamorphised ancient seabed to form cinnabar ore near the surface of the mine. Oxland also believed the cinnabar deposit was continually forming.
Foster probably gained his greatest local notoriety in Vancouver when he was appointed Chief Constable of the Vancouver Police Department on January 3, 1935. He came in during a shake-up and purge of the police in order to prepare the civic government forces for a showdown with the local communist movemement. The Communist Party of Canada's trade union umbrella, the Workers' Unity League, was planning a general strike for May 1935, and the local big business interests claimed that it was to be the beginning of a Bolshevik revolution in Canada. The general strike and revolution never happened, but the city was flooded in the spring of 1935 with striking relief camp workers, which metamorphised into the On-to-Ottawa Trek that left Vancouver atop boxcars in early June. Colonel Foster restructured the police department significantly, and led an effort to eradicate crime and vice from the city. He initiated the first training of Vancouver police officers, updated police uniforms, added tear gas to the police arsenal, and established a "Communist Activities Branch" to gather intelligence. On one occasion, he used his influence to have a bylaw passed banning white women from working in Chinatown restaurants on the assumption that they were being lured into prostitution, or "white slavery" as it was known at the time, with Chinese clients. The move sparked a backlash from Chinese businessmen and from women who had lost their jobs from restaurants that had their business licenses revoked. Business licenses were restored only when the owners agreed to no longer employ white women, and at least thirty women were forced to seek other employment.