anagram anagram  /ˈæ nə ˌɡræm/


  1. (n) a word or phrase spelled by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase
  2. (v) read letters out of order to discover a hidden meaning


  1. Just download any one of a number of anagram applications on the Internet.
  2. It is no surprise that silence is an anagram of license.


  • Fugbra Messing

    Debra Messing’s wardrobe has always been a few degrees off, like milk that’s been open in the fridge for a long time even though it hasn’t hit its printed expiration date. So, on a whim, I decided to anagram her name to see if anything else apt — besides messing — is lurking in there. And it IS.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Go Fug Yourself

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  1. "This Monday, June 21st at 5 pm Pacific Time, you can hear an announcement on KROQ 106.7 FM regarding something big," Hoppus wrote. "I'm not going to say what it is exactly, but a possible anagram is 'bee hooting twinkly.' ...... Very...
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: Mark Hoppus Source:

  2. "People may accuse Tierno Bokar of not underlining the political issues," said Brook at the time. "But I would say they are there without us having to bring in mobile phones, Saddam Hussein or an anagram of George Bush."
    on Oct 19, 2007 By: Peter Brook Source: The Age

  3. "Under his alter ego Thom E. Gemcity, the anagram for Timothy McGee," Murray says, calling in from a shooting location in downtown Los Angeles, "he's secretly working on his follow-up novel. His first one, 'Deep Six,' was a big success, so...
    on Apr 9, 2007 By: Sean Murray Source: Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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