Posted by: episystechpubs | October 25, 2012

Editor’s Corner: Anagram Challenge

Today I have something a little different for you—an anagram test (from the latest edition of Games magazine). I’m only including 5 of 10 so you don’t get too distracted. Here are the instructions:

In a game of Scrabble, it would not be unusual to find any of the following sets of common letters on a player’s rack. Each set can be anagrammed [KC – rearranged] to form one—and only one—seven-letter word recognized by the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, Fourth Edition.

1. EINORTU

2. AEGNNTT

3. DEGINOS

4. EIOOSTT

5. AAGLNRU

Write your answers down on a sheet of paper and I will send out the official answers around noon so you can compare!


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