ANAGRAMS IN ENGLISH

 ANAGRAMS IN ENGLISH

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Tom Marvolo Riddle - I am Lord Voldemort

Harry Potter fans, remember? 

An anagram is a word or phrase made by using the letters of another word or phrase in a different order

The prepositional phrase, "in a different order", in the preceding definition is important for us to remember. 

For example, the word, "race", consists of four letters (R-A-C-E). If you put these letters in a different order, you will have "care" (C-A-R-E).

In the same way, we can have "a net" from "neat"; "listen" can become "silent"; "funeral" can become "real fun".

Have a look at this one! 

WE ALL MAKE HIS PRAISE - WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE 

Let's have a look at those words which are often googled for their anagrams. 

a. dormitory        - dirty room

b. thing(s)             - night(s) 

c. finder                - friend

d. schoolmaster  -  the classroom

e. the eyes            -  they see

f. a gentleman     -  elegant man 

g. dare                   -  read, dear

h. ladies                -  ideals

i. lemon                -  melon

j. green                 -  genre

k. carnivorous     - coronavirus

l. earth                  -  heart/hater

m. elbow              -  below/bowel

n. dusty                -  study

o. state                 -   taste

p. debit card        -  bad credit

q. Elvis                  -  lives/evils

r. San Diego         -  diagnose

s. solar                 -   orals

t. nebula               -  unable

u. cosmic             -   comics

v. rats                    -  star/tsar/Arts

w. triangle            -  integral

x. kids                   -  disk/skid

y. parent               -  entrap

z. damsel             -   medals

Isn't this really cool? 

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