Definition of Transmigrations

1. Noun. (plural of transmigration) ¹



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Definition of Transmigrations

1. transmigration [n] - See also: transmigration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transmigrations

transmethylase
transmethylation
transmethylation factor
transmethylations
transmew
transmews
transmigrable
transmigrant
transmigrante
transmigrants
transmigrate
transmigrated
transmigrates
transmigrating
transmigration
transmigrations (current term)
transmigrator
transmigrators
transmigratory
transmissable
transmissibilities
transmissibility
transmissible
transmissible dementia
transmissible enteritis
transmissible gastroenteritis of swine
transmissible gastroenteritis virus of swine
transmissible murine colonic hyperplasia
transmissible plasmid

Literary usage of Transmigrations

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1. Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review (1868)
"METAMORPHOSES OR transmigrations. Having fully accomplished the " manifestation to light " 1 Chapters 1., li. ..."

2. The Animal Parasites of Man by Harold Benjamin Fantham, Maximilian Gustav Christian Carl Braun (1916)
"... the host inhabited by the parents, but only, as in other cases, after having gained access to fresh hosts. These transmigrations play a very important ..."

3. Demonology and Devil-lore by Moncure Daniel Conway (1879)
"Animal demons distinguished—Trivial sources of Mythology—Hedgehog—F.ox—transmigrations in Japan—Horses bewitched—Rats —Lions—Cats—The Dog—Goethe's horror of ..."

4. The Animal Parasites of Man by Harold Benjamin Fantham, Maximilian Gustav Christian Carl Braun (1916)
"... the host inhabited by the parents, but only, as in other cases, after having gained access to fresh hosts. These transmigrations play a very important ..."

5. Description of the Character, Manners, and Customs of the People of India by Jean Antoine Dubois (1817)
"CAUSES AND NUMBER OF THE transmigrations. OF THK PAINS OF HELL AND THEIR DURATION. ABODES OF BLISS. writers, both ancient and modern, have been of opinion ..."

6. The Female Jesuit: Or, The Spy in the Family by Jemima Thompson Luke (1860)
"MARIE'S transmigrations. AFTIR the departure of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. L—- set out in search of an apartment for Marie. They at length found one at ..."

7. A Budget of Paradoxes by Augustus De Morgan (1915)
"He knows the transmigrations of the whole human race. Thus Descartes became William III of England: Roger Bacon became Boccaccio. ..."

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