These amazing anagrams that are too cool for words!
The Anagram Hall of Fame
Anagrams are fun with words. The dictionary defines an anagram as:
noun: A word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. Example: The word lemon is an anagram of melon.
We chose the coolest anagrams from the Wordsmith Hall of Fame, they are:
Eleven plus two = Twelve plus one
Schoolmaster = The classroom
Clint Eastwood = Old West Action
Madam Curie = Radium came
A telephone girl = Repeating "Hello"
Western Union = No Wire Unsent
The countryside = No city dust here
Astronomers = Moon starers = No more stars
Postmaster = Stamp Store
A telescope = To see place
Waitress = A stew, Sir?
The Morse code = Here come dots
Slot Machines = Cash lost in 'em
Conversation = Voices rant on
Clothespins = So let's pinch
Heavy Rain? = Hire a navy!
Tom Cruise = So I'm cuter
A domesticated animal = Docile, as a man tamed it
The railroad train = Hi! I rattle and roar
The Hilton = Hint: Hotel
The check is in the mail = Claim "Heck, I sent it (heh)"
Snooze alarms = Alas! No more Zs
Vacation times = I'm not as active
Sycophant = Acts phony
The detectives = Detect thieves
The hospital ambulance = A cab, I hustle to help man
A gentleman = Elegant man
The public art galleries = Large picture halls, I bet
A decimal point = I'm a dot in place
Statue of Liberty = Built to stay free
Television programming = Permeating living rooms
Naturalist = A trails nut
Church of Scientology = Rich-chosen goofy cult
William Shakespeare = Willie makes a phrase