convert (v.)
change, transform, alter
Ham III.iv.129 [Hamlet to Ghost] with this piteous action you convert / My stern effects
Ham V.i.207 [Hamlet to Horatio, of Alexander] why of that loam whereto he was converted might they not stop a beer barrel?
Luc 592 [Lucrece to Tarquin] stones dissolved to water do convert
Luc 691 [] This hot desire converts to cold disdain
MA I.i.114 [Beatrice to Benedick] Courtesy itself must convert to disdain
MA II.iii.66 [Balthasar singing] Converting all your sounds of woe / Into Hey nonny, nonny
Mac IV.iii.228 [Malcolm to Macduff] let grief / Convert to anger
R2 V.iii.63 [King Henry to York] Thy overflow of good converts to bad
RJ I.v.92 [Tybalt to Capulet, of Romeo at the party] this intrusion shall, / Now seeming sweet, convert to bitterest gall
Sonn 11.4 [] when thou from youth convertest
Sonn 49.7 [] love converted from the thing it was