# How to solve 5-10 letter anagrams (without a computer or electronics)?

How can I solve 5-10 letter anagrams without a computer or electronics?

I was playing the Word Scramble category in the game Quiz Up and found it complicated, only in some parts. At home, I used an anagram solver, but elsewhere my friends have aced me in this section.

I searched on the internet and found this, but it requires either buying something, time, effort, or memorizing anagrams beforehand.

• Generally what I do is look for pronounceable combinations and try to work from there. – Joe Z. May 16 '14 at 1:32
• I see, but what if A.) You get the correct answer, but pronounce it wrong, thinking it is the wrong answer or B.) Just can't think of anything? – Max Wolff May 16 '14 at 1:37
• Isn't any solution going to take effort? – WendiKidd May 16 '14 at 3:02
• @WendiKidd I probably should have said the least effort. – Max Wolff May 16 '14 at 22:51

• Look for patterns, such as ing, tion, re/er, de/ed, qu, est, un, th, etc.
• Try compound words too (i.e. nodbkoro -> knob doro -> knob door -> doorknob).