anagrammatise

  • 1 anagrammatise — (Brit.) v. rearrange letters into an anagram, transpose letters of a word to make a new word (also anagrammatize) …

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  • 2 anagrammatise — verb To produce an anagram of (a piece of text) …

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  • 3 anagrammatise — [c]/ænəˈgræmətaɪz/ (say anuh gramuhtuyz) verb (anagrammatised, anagrammatising) –verb (t) 1. to transpose into an anagram. –verb (i) 2. to make anagrams. Also, anagrammatize. –anagrammatism, noun –anagrammatist, noun …

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  • 4 anagrammatise — verb read letters out of order to discover a hidden meaning • Syn: ↑anagram, ↑anagrammatize • Derivationally related forms: ↑anagram, ↑anagram (for: ↑anagrammatize), ↑anagram ( …

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  • 5 anagrammatised — anagrammatise (Brit.) v. rearrange letters into an anagram, transpose letters of a word to make a new word (also anagrammatize) …

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  • 6 anagrammatises — anagrammatise (Brit.) v. rearrange letters into an anagram, transpose letters of a word to make a new word (also anagrammatize) …

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  • 7 anagrammatising — anagrammatise (Brit.) v. rearrange letters into an anagram, transpose letters of a word to make a new word (also anagrammatize) …

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  • 8 anagrammatize — verb read letters out of order to discover a hidden meaning • Syn: ↑anagram, ↑anagrammatise • Derivationally related forms: ↑anagram (for: ↑anagrammatise), ↑anagram, ↑anagram ( …

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  • 9 anagrammatize — anagrammatism /an euh gram euh tiz euhm/, n. anagrammatist, n. /an euh gram euh tuyz /, v.t., v.i., anagrammatized, anagrammatizing. to transpose into an anagram. Also, esp. Brit., anagrammatise. [1585 95; < Gk anagrammatízein to transpose… …

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  • 10 anagrammatiser — ⇒ANAGRAMMATISER, verbe trans. A. Mettre en anagramme. Anagrammatiser un mot, une phrase. Synon. anagrammer. Emploi pronom. passif. S anagrammatiser : • 1. Écran peut s amagrammatiser de deux manières et donner les mots nacre et rance. BESCH. 1845 …

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  • 11 anagrammatize — (Amer.) v. rearrange letters into an anagram, transpose letters of a word to make a new word (also anagrammatise) …

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  • 12 anagrammatized — anagrammatize (Amer.) v. rearrange letters into an anagram, transpose letters of a word to make a new word (also anagrammatise) …

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  • 13 anagrammatizes — anagrammatize (Amer.) v. rearrange letters into an anagram, transpose letters of a word to make a new word (also anagrammatise) …

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  • 14 anagrammatizing — anagrammatize (Amer.) v. rearrange letters into an anagram, transpose letters of a word to make a new word (also anagrammatise) …

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  • 15 anagram — [ anəgram] noun a word, phrase, or name formed by rearranging the letters of another, such as spar, formed from rasp. Derivatives anagrammatic adjective anagrammatical adjective anagrammatize or anagrammatise verb Origin C16: from Fr. anagramme o …

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  • 16 anagram — /ˈænəgræm / (say anuhgram) noun 1. a transposition of the letters of a word or sentence to form a new word or sentence, as caned is an anagram of dance. –verb (t), verb (i) (anagrammed, anagramming) 2. → anagrammatise. {New Latin anagramma,… …

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