The transfiguration spells out God's dire extremity in getting a footing in human hearts and brains for His plans.
She moved up to him and looked at him with an affection that was a transfiguration.
The central chapel, that of the transfiguration, is the oldest, the Royal Doors are of primitive type.
Do you know where the Church of the transfiguration is located?
And always the light of the transfiguration burned on in their hearts.
But why did you drive to the Church of the transfiguration, at all?
The tribune mosaic is of the founder's time, and represents the transfiguration and Annunciation.
In a period of time incalculably short, transfiguration had come to her.
The change is indeed so great, the transfiguration so complete, that they seize on the strongest language in which to state it.
He had stood on the Mount of transfiguration and looked into the eyes of spiritual love.
late 14c., from Latin transfigurationem, noun of action from past participle stem of transfigurare (see transfigure). In English, originally "the change in appearance of Christ before his disciples" (Matt. xvii:2; Mark ix:2,3). The non-Christian sense is first recorded 1540s.