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Use "transmutable" in a sentence
"The process of oxidizing brings alive this material, which behaves like fire, dynamic, transmutable and unpredictable."
""[Tacita] Dean's fidelity to 16-mm film and its bulky, outmoded apparatus, as digital technology quickly renders them obsolete, defines her art and her outlook; the materiality of the medium seems a bulwark against a fast-advancing future where imagery is insubstantial, endlessly transmutable, there but not there," writes James Quandt."
"The sudden change in character should not have surprised her; she had forgotten how transmutable these humans could be."