Definition of anagrammatize in English:

anagrammatize

Syllabification: an·a·gram·ma·tize
Pronunciation: /ˌanəˈgraməˌtīz
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Make an anagram of (a word, phrase, or name).
    More example sentences
    • As they danced, some held aloft giant letters that spelt ‘VOTE’, though poor choreography had managed to anagrammatise the rest of the message.
    • I looked for ‘available letters (not words)’ with which to anagrammatize them, and - eureka! - found in each of the fourteen lines letters which spell ‘horse’!
    • Blackwall and Hornchurch stations couldn't be properly anagrammatized and instead they were split into their component words and reversed to produce ‘Wall Black’ and ‘Church Horn’ respectively.

Derivatives

anagrammatization

Pronunciation: /-ˌgramətəˈzāSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • My wondering about it led me to the belief that it was an anagrammatization .
  • One of the things I sent along was a line-by-line anagrammatization of Sylvia Plath's poem ‘Ariel,’ which you can read here.
  • In the happy crush of mail entries to this contest, we received lots and lots of movies comically altered by anagrammatization .

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