• (adj): Spiritually reborn or converted.
    Example: "A converted sinner"
    Synonyms: born-again, reborn

Some articles on converted:

London Underground Q38 Stock - Conversions
... of the trailer cars were rebuilt for use with the R Stock, being converted into Driving Motor cars and reclassified R38 Stock ... In 1959/60, 17 Q38 trailers were converted for use as trailers with the CO / CP Stock ... A further eight were converted when the A62 stock displaced the P stock on the Metropolitan Line, with the P stock being transferred to the District Line ...
Boeing KC-97 Stratotanker - Variants
... KC-97A Three C-97As were converted into aerial refueling tankers with rear loading door removed and a flight refueling boom added ... After the design was proven, they were converted back into the standard C-97A ... C-97C medical evacuation transports, 14 C-97As converted during the Korean War (also designated MC-97) ...
... Alternatively, a loft apartment refers to large adaptable open space, often converted for residential use (a converted loft) from some other use, often light industrial ... Adding to the confusion, some converted lofts include upper open loft areas ...
Destroyer Minesweeper
... given by the United States Navy to a series of destroyers that were converted into high-speed ocean-going minesweepers for service during World War II ... Forty-two ships were so converted, beginning with the USS Dorsey (DD-117), converted to DMS 1 in late 1940, and ending with the USS Earle (DD-635), converted to DMS-42 ... An additional Wickes class destroyer was converted in 1941 ...
West Town Mall - Former Anchors
... Included lower level for the Home Store.) Converted to Belk in 2006.) Miller's Department Store (Original 1972 Anchor ... Converted to Hess's in 1987.) Hess's (1987 to 1992 in Original Miller's location ... Converted to Dillard's in 1993 and expanded.) Frankenbergers (1972 to 1982 ...

Famous quotes containing the word converted:

    Nothing in nature is exhausted in its first use. When a thing has served an end to the uttermost, it is wholly new for an ulterior service. In God, every end is converted into new means.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Poetry is the supreme fiction, madame.
    Take the moral law and make a nave of it
    And from the nave build haunted heaven. Thus,
    The conscience is converted into palms,
    Like windy citherns hankering for hymns.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    Freudianism is much more nearly a religion than a science, inasmuch as the relation between analyst and patient has a great deal in common with that between priest and communicant at confessional, and such ideas as the Oedipus complex, the superego, the libido, and the id exert an effect upon the converted which is almost identical with what flows to the devout Christian from godhead, trinity, grace, and immortality.
    Robert Nisbet (b. 1913)