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Definition of "morph" []

  • An allomorph. (noun)
  • One of various distinct forms of an organism or species. (noun)
  • To transform (an image) by computer: cinematic special effects that morphed the villain into a snake. (verb-transitive)
  • To be transformed: "Yesterday's filmstrip has morphed into today's school computer” ( Clifford Stoll). (verb-intransitive)
  • The phonological representation of a morpheme (noun)

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Use "morph" in a sentence
  • "Q: We have to be careful here, because the identity of the gypsy morph is a key mystery in the novel, but can you describe generally what this creature is and what it represents?"
  • "Any occupation requiring pattern-matching and the ability to find obscure connections will quickly morph from the domain of experts to that of ordinary people whose intelligence has been augmented by cheap digital tools."
  • "The discussion of the “issues” in such an instance seems to me to morph from a discussion of what is possibly true and what is possibly not true (and why), to a discussion meant to win the “War of the Diets,” with the “Team Low-Carb” vs. the “Team Low-Fat.”"