Definition of anagrammatize in English:

anagrammatize

Line breaks: ana¦gram|ma¦tize
Pronunciation: /ˌanəˈgramətʌɪz
 
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(also anagrammatise)

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

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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