If something is transmogrified, its form or shape is changed completely, especially in a funny or exaggerated way.
If you indemnify someone against something bad happening, you promise to protect them from financial loss or legal responsibility if it happens.
If you vilify people, you write or say bad things about them in an attempt to make them unpopular.
If a belief, idea, system, or organization ossifies, it becomes fixed and unwilling to change.
If someone is deified, they have been either made into a god or are adored like one.
If you mollify someone, you say or do something to make that person feel less angry or upset.
When you are stultified by something, you lose interest in it because it is dull, boring, or time-consuming.
Something that exemplifies something else serves as an example of it, illustrates it, or demonstrates it.
To nullify something is to cancel or negate it.
When you personify something, such as a quality, you are the perfect example of it.
When you rectify something, you correct it or make it right once more.
A qualified statement has been limited, restricted, or modified in some way.
When you qualify for something, such as a club or a job, you have the necessary skills or qualities to fit in or be suitable for it.
To identify something or someone is to point out or name them.
When you simplify something you make it easier, not so hard, or not so difficult to understand.
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