Synonyms for metamorphosised or Related words with metamorphosised

shapeshifts              forayed              guilted              shapeshifted              foraying              delved              segued              shoehorned              coerces              woges              goads              metamorphosized              parlayed              transmogrified              segueing              dragooned              cursoroutofrange              filmentered              entereth              barged              slaughterpen              bellevan              goaded              filmdubbed              inveigled              cajoles              guilts              seguing              devolves              sudivided              incorpotation              coaxes              cajole              snowballed              subdvided              snuck              delves              putcallisto              sneaked              coaxed              metamorphose              inveigles              blackmails              travaile              dividied              mergeing              reintegrate              sauntered              delve              cajoled             



Examples of "metamorphosised"
Stu is well known for his work as a bass player, he has played in a large variety of bands, and came to wider public attention in late 1995 when he joined Kim Salmon & The Surrealists. He also played with Kim Salmon in The Business, and SALMON, as well as in Salmon's solo band, and Kim Salmon Plays The Scientists. Stu found further acclaim when he joined The Royal Dave Graney Show, who metamorphosised into Dave Graney & The Lurid Yellow Mist in 2004, who later metamorphosised into Dave Graney & The mistLY. Stu was also part of the 2015 re-union of Dave Graney 'n' the Coral Snakes, playing bass. He has played across the world many times (including Europe, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Cocos Islands), and appeared on many recorded releases (see Discography).
At Tranquil Repose, a disc jockey plays songs and chats to entertain those who are in suspended animation. A couple, Natasha and Grigory, have illegally entered Tranquil Repose, looking for the man the Doctor is seeking – Arthur Stengos, Natasha's father. Upon finding his assigned suspended animation capsule, they discover it is empty. Shocked, they find a dark room filled with pulsating brains and other experiments. Grigory walks past a Glass Dalek casing with a mutating red creature inside it. Natasha realises it is the head of her father, and he is being metamorphosised into a Dalek.
They later find an isolated island which appears to be uninhabited. Eustace wanders off and finds a cave where a dragon has died. The cave is full of gold and jewellery, and Eustace finds a bracelet which he puts on. He is tired and soon falls asleep, but when he wakes up he soon realises that he has metamorphosised into a dragon. He flies back to the beach where the others confront him, and they soon figure out who he is. He is soon turned back into a human by Aslan. Caspian establishes that the bracelet was a possession of Lord Octesian, who must have perished on that island.
During the subsequent few months, the tadpoles undergo metamorphosis, during which they develop legs, and the gills are absorbed and replaced by air-breathing lungs. Some species, such as the North American newts, also become more brightly coloured during this phase. Once fully metamorphosised, they leave the water and live a terrestrial life, when they are known as "efts". Only when the eft reaches adulthood will the North American species return to live in water, rarely venturing back onto the land. Conversely, most European species live their adult lives on land and only visit water to breed.
They later find an isolated island which appears to be uninhabited. Eustace wanders off and finds a cave where a dragon has died. The cave is full of gold and jewellery, and Eustace finds a bracelet which he puts on. He is tired and soon falls asleep, but when he wakes up he soon realises that he has metamorphosised into a dragon. He flies back to the beach where the others confront him, and they soon figure out who he is. He is soon turned back into a human by Aslan. Caspian establishes that the bracelet was a possession of Lord Octesian, who is likely to have perished on that island.
"On the night of 27 November 1976, a tape was made by Alsy MacDonald, playing a single toy drum, and Dave McComb playing acoustic guitar. The multimedia group 'Dalsy' had come into being. Dalsy went on to make several remarkable tapes (mainly of original material): "The Loft Tapes", "Rock 'n' Roll Accountancy", "Live at Ding Dongs", "Bored Kids", "Domestic Cosmos", "People Are Strange Dalsy Are Stranger", "Steve's" and the seminal punk work, "Pale Horse Have a Fit" ... Dalsy did paintings, sculptures and poetry, and wrote a book named "Lunch". They were tinny and quirky, obsessive and manic, versatile and productive. They were also immensely unpopular ... The members of Dalsy grew to hate their audience. They still do, and this hate is an integral part of their music. Dalsy split up towards the end of 1977 ... They launched into 1978 as Blok Musik, with their famous "Blok Musik" tape ... In April, they played at the Leederville Town Hall Punk Fest, alongside Perth's punk rock contingent but, as usual, no one danced. After that they went home and metamorphosised into Logic. Within a day they changed their minds, and metamorphosised into the Triffids."
By August 1940 the critical war situation caused No. 106 to be placed on operational call. Most of its early sorties were to drop mines in the approaches to French Channel ports thought to be harbouring invasion barges. There was still need for a final polish for new Hampden crews and in February 1941 No. 106 left its 'C' Flight at Finningley to continue with this task while the rest of the squadron moved to RAF Coningsby for full offensive operations. While flying from Finningley, six Hampdens had failed to return. In March the former No. 106 "C" Flight metamorphosised into No. 25 OTU, initially continuing to train with Hampdens and Ansons. A few Manchesters arrived in the spring of 1941, and the unit was later bolstered with Wellingtons.
Very little is known about the biology of this salamander. It feeds on ostracods, amphipods, isopods, copepods and other small aquatic prey. It frequents caverns where bats roost where bat droppings may fall into the water. Females with developing eggs have been found in May and November and it is thought that breeding may take place at any time of year. It appears to remain neotenic (breeding in its larval state) and no metamorphosised individuals have ever been found.The Dougherty Plain blind crayfish ("Cambarus cryptodytes") is often found in the same habitat and may prey on the salamander, and fish such as the American eel ("Anguilla rostrata"), the brown bullhead ("Ameiurus nebulosus") and the Redeye Chub ("Notropis harperi") are also likely predators.
On the January 10, 2000 episode of "Raw Is War", The Rock and most of the WWF locker room surrounded the ring and threatened to "walk out on Triple H's candy ass" if Mankind was not reinstated. With their backs against the wall, Stephanie and Triple H had no other choice but to comply, leading to Mankind being reinstated and challenging Triple H to a match for the WWF Championship at the Royal Rumble. After a brutal beatdown at the hands of Triple H on the January 10 episode of "Raw Is War", Mankind metamorphosised into Cactus Jack three days later on "SmackDown!", therefore making the match at the Royal Rumble Triple H versus Cactus Jack in a Street Fight, which was won by Triple H. At No Way Out, Jack lost a Hell in a Cell match to Triple H in which his career was on the line against Triple H's WWF Championship, and therefore Jack was forced to retire.
The scene had one main root in the Wilde Flowers, a band formed in 1964 which at various times was home to most of the founding musicians of both Soft Machine and Caravan, which in turn provided the musicians for several later bands. The genesis of the 'Canterbury Sound' may, in part, be traced back to 1960, when 22-year-old Australian beatnik Daevid Allen lodged at 15-year-old Robert Wyatt's parents' guest-house in Lydden, ten miles to the south of Canterbury. Allen brought with him an extensive collection of jazz records, a different lifestyle, and the jazz drummer George Niedorf who later taught Wyatt the drums. In 1963, Wyatt, Allen and Hugh Hopper formed the Daevid Allen Trio (in London) which metamorphosised into the Wilde Flowers the following year 1964 when Allen left for France. Wyatt, Allen, Kevin Ayers (from the Wilde Flowers) and Mike Ratledge (who had played on occasion with the Daevid Allen Trio) formed Soft Machine two years later in 1966.