Definition of An
a word formed from the rearranged letters of another
Examples of Anagram in a sen
I find it rather funny that the anagram ‘bad credit’ to ‘debit card’ exists, as a clear representation of how many people flounder with money.
If you can rearrange your name into another word, your name and that word are both an anagram of one another.
It’s very suspicious that the term ‘school master’ is an anagram for ‘the classroom,’ almost like they made it that way on purpose.
Many authors throughout history have created false pen names for themselves by using an anagram of their real names, simply mixing the letters around to hide their identity.
If you have a less commonly used letter in your name like Z or X, you will have a much harder time making an anagram out of your name.
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