verb (used with object), an·a·grammed, an·a·gram·ming.
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OTHER WORDS FROM anagraman·a·gram·mat·ic [an-uh-gruh-mat-ik], /ˌæn ə grəˈmæt ɪk/, an·a·gram·mat·i·cal, adjectivean·a·gram·mat·i·cal·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for anagram
In his most recent novel, The Warsaw Anagrams, Richard Zimler takes on the story behind this disturbing, but seductive subject.
Upon opening The Warsaw Anagrams, I thought: why am I reading another Holocaust novel?
Some supposed allies advise he use anagrams, as they do, to keep his identity a secret.
Anagram′matism, the practice of making anagrams; Anagram′matist, a maker of anagrams.
He danced well, drove four-in-hand, and was a very Œdipus in expounding anagrams and conundrums.Discipline|Mary Brunton
The letters of each of the following anagrams may be transposed so as to spell the name of a well-known novel.
George Herbert and others made anagrams, and verses shaped like an altar, a cross, or a pair of Easter wings.From Chaucer to Tennyson|Henry A. Beers
I think he wrote these letters for fun, as some people make puzzles, anagrams, or limericks.