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A morpher is a word that can change its form, typically through inflection or derivation, to indicate different grammatical categories or meanings. It plays a crucial role in morphology, the study of the internal structure of words.

Part of Speech:

  • Noun

Senses and Usages:

  1. Sense:

    One who or that which morphs or changes form.

    Sample Sentence:

    The transformer is a remarkable morpher, able to change from a car to a robot in seconds.

  2. Sense:

    In computer graphics and animation, a device or software used to modify the shape, appearance, or behavior of a character or object.

    Sample Sentence:

    The 3D animation software offers a range of powerful morphers to create lifelike characters.

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