transformist [trans-fawr-mist] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- an adherent of transformism.
Origin of transformist 1790–1800; transform + -ist, modeled on French transformiste Related formstrans·form·is·tic, adjective Examples from the Web for transformist Historical Examples of transformist
If I were a “transformist” how I should delight in this question!
J. H. Fabre
Buffon, like many another man, from St. Augustine down to his own times, considered the transformist explanation of living nature.
Bertram Coghill Alan Windle
A few weeks before his death he repented of his transformist policy, and again included Crispi and Zanardelli in his cabinet.
She pointed out the results which logically follow from the transformist theory.
Much the same may indeed be said even of the assumed fact of Organic Evolution underlying all Transformist theories.