# Anagram Sentences

For each of the below sentences, find a set of anagrams that can fill in the blanks to form a coherent, grammatically correct sentence. See the example below if you don't understand. I won't provide the letter length of each anagram set (at least not yet) but will say that all are in [4,6] letters. I will accept the first answer that finds an anagram set that meets the requirements for each sentence (even if this happens to differ from my intended set, which may well be possible). Have fun and good luck!

Example Sentence:
The ___ is located ___ the ___ on the body.
BOWEL, BELOW, ELBOW.

Sentences:
The ___, full of ___ water, ___ for several years before eroding.

In between the first and second ___, we met the ___ of ___.

The tailor did amazing work: some ___ and a ___ here and there handled the extra fabric (pardon the occasional and accidental ___) and a ___ in the mirror revealed a seamless fit.

From the ___, he sat quiet as a ___ while I played the ___ and ___ of the performance.

He was a ___ of many famous historical ___, some of whom were even featured on our ___. (This anagram set contains words of length 5)

The ___, full of ___ water, ___ for several years before eroding.

DELTAS, SALTED, LASTED (Thanks alexmc.)

LATS, SALT, LAST
(Lats are the currency units of Latvia. This sentence is not logical, but forms a coherent grammatical sentence nonetheless.)

KALE, LAKE, LEAK
(Also not logical, but grammatically correct.)

In between the first and second ___, we met the ___ of ___.

ACTS, CAST, CATS

The tailor did amazing work: some ___ and a ___ here and there handled the extra fabric (pardon the occasional and accidental ___) and a ___ in the mirror revealed a seamless fit.

PINS, SNIP, NIPS, SPIN

From the ___, he sat quiet as a ___ while I played the ___ and ___ of the performance.

ONSET, STONE, TONES, NOTES

He was a ___ of many famous historical ___, some of whom were even featured on our ___.

SCION ICONS COINS (Thanks Simon for the best fit.)

MASTER, ARMETS, STREAM (Armets are medieval era helmets.) (Thanks GordonK for the push.)

• The deltas, full of salted water, lasted for several years before eroding works Sep 9 '15 at 15:01
• He was a master of many famous historical maters, some of whom were even featured on our stream. Sep 9 '15 at 15:47
• @GordonK: I had thought of the same initially, but now have a slightly better solution (IMO). Sep 9 '15 at 18:10
• Not to sound nit-picky, but I believe referring to inanimate objects (armets) as 'whom' constitutes a violation of grammar. My intended set of anagrams is 5 letters long, not 6, if that is helpful. Sep 9 '15 at 18:39
• @NeedAName, also, you master a sword or other weapon. But I've never heard of mastering a helmet. Sep 10 '15 at 13:28

I believe this is a better fit for the last one than CodeNewbie's.

He was a ___ of many famous historical ___, some of whom were even featured on our ___.

SCION ICONS COINS

• Very nice Simon! Hope you enjoyed the healthy boost in rep! Sep 10 '15 at 16:45
• I don't understand how this ended up with more upvotes than the otherwise complete answer. :P Sep 11 '15 at 14:28