Tool to generate anagrams. An anagram is the result of the permutation / rearrangement of the letters of one or more words in order to produce other words (thanks to the generator).
Anagrams Generator - dCode
Tag(s) : Word Games, Word Search, Steganography
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Example: DCODE AND ME => ONCE MADDED, MODDED CANE, etc.
The number of potential anagrams is huge, the software automatically limits its word list by selecting common words in order to return a reasonable list to the user. Computing results are then fast and relevant but sometimes 'no result' is returned when anagrams in fact exist (with less common words). In this case, try to guide the software in your query by:
— limiting the number of anagrams to 1 or 2 words (the word list will not be limited)
— identify potential small words such as THE, A, MY, OF that can be used and set them as letters to use/remove
— for 3 words or more, increase the minimum word length
— for 3 words or more, find a potential word to use and indicate it in the cell in order to delete some letters
An anagramer (or anagramator) is the (invented) name given to the tool / generator that allows you to find anagrams like here on dCode.
Use the above anagram finder and make your proposals!
— A HOMER SIMPSON → MR HOMO SAPIENS
— ADOLF HITLER → HEIL, OLD FART!
— BRITNEY SPEARS → PRESBYTERIANS
— CELINE DION → NO, I DECLINE
— CLINT EASTWOOD → OLD WEST ACTION
— DONALD TRUMP → PORTLAND MUD
— ERIC CLAPTON → NARCOLEPTIC
— JULIA ROBERTS → JUST A BROILER
— LEONARDO DA VINCI → DID COLOR IN A NAVE
— LEONARDO DICAPRIO → DOCILE OR PARANOID
— MARGARET THATCHER → THAT GREAT CHARMER
— MADAME CURIE → ME, RADIUM ACE
— OSAMA BIN LADEN → A BAD MAN (NO LIES)
— ROBERT PATTINSON → PROTESTANT ROBIN
— SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR → HER ILLEGAL CHARM SALE
— TOM MARVOLO RIDDLE → I AM LORD VOLDEMORT
— WHITNEY HOUSTON → IN TONE - WHY SHOUT?
— WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE → I'LL MAKE A WISE PHRASE
Other anagrams are listed here (link)