Bring life to your writing with anagrams

Wordsmiths can flex their linguistic muscles with resources aimed at helping you write more creatively. Use these scrambled examples as a starting point.

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Metaphors, rhyme and alliteration can help you paint pictures with words and add sparkle to your copy.

In looking for ways to keep my writing clever and engaging, I’ve been playing around with rhetorical devices and figures of speech. I’ve been having the most fun with anagrams.

An anagram is a word or phrase that is formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase, using each letter only once (dictionary: indicatory).

There are several online anagram resources for novices, including Internet Anagram Server, Word Explorer and Online Anagram Solver. However, the goal of experienced anagrammatists is to create anagrams that reflect or comment on the original word.

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