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50. Anagrams are formed by the transposition of the letters of words or sentences, or names of persons, so as to produce a word, sentence, or verse, of pertinent or of widely different meaning. They are very difficult to discover, but are exceedingly striking when good. The following are some of the most remarkable:-

WordsTranspositions
CataloguesGot as a clue.
ElegantNeat leg.
ImpatientTim in a pet.
ImmediatelyI met my Delia.
MasqueradeQueen as mad.
MatrimonyInto my arm.
MelodramaMade moral.
MidshipmanMind his map.
Old EnglandGolden land.
ParishionersI hire parsons.
ParliamentPartial men.
PenitentiaryNay I repent.
PresbyteriansBest in prayer.
Radical ReformRare mad frolic.
RevolutionTo love ruin.
Sir Robert PeelTerrible poser.
SweetheartThere we sat.
TelegraphsGreat helps.


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