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  • n  a game whose object is to form words from a group of randomly chosen letters
  • n  a word or phrase spelled by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase
  • v  read letters out of order to discover a hidden meaning

  • A self-styled truth-teller (his full name anagrams to Acted Candor), Caden manages to exasperate or repel the fascinating women (including Catherine Keener, Jennifer Jason Leigh .
  • When you delve into anagrams and paradoxic statements, you may be part of the "conspiracy", when you write journalistic trash as you usually do.
  • Their argument rests on a slithering foundation of fanciful codes, anagrams, leading but unanswered questions, and hints at deals among the Japanese, Roosevelt and an American .
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  • Colin Dexter in Times Online
    Colin Dexter, author of the Inspector Morse crime novels and a puzzle enthusiast, said: "I'm sorry to hear somebody's discovered how to do it. It's like using a computer program to work out crossword anagrams - it takes all the fun and struggle out...
  • Stephen Phillips in guardian.co.uk
    Being bored out of me arse, as one gets at this time of the morning, I have been musing upon anagrams for the good Clare Davies,says Stephen Phillips. "The non-exhaustive list includes: A DIVAS CREEL, A CIDER SLAVE, ARCADE EVILS, CADAVERS...
  • Grant Marshall in PerthNow
    D was drawn to the word because you can make anagrams from it,Marshall says. "In that respect, it is a metaphor for Massive Attack."

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