If a word conforms to a special rule, I call it an Angered Word™.
Use the examples below to find the rule.
|Angered Words™||Not Angered Words™|
Angered Words™,Not Angered Words™ ENGLISH,CHINESE STACK,PILE TABLE,DESK SHIP,BOAT STABLE,WOBBLY SPEAK,TALK READ,LOOK TIME,CLOCK TRADE,EXCHANGE CAR,MOTORCYCLE
If a word is not an Angered Word™, then none of its anagrams can be an Angered Word™.
These are not the only examples of Angered Words™, many more exist.
What is the rule, and how about the name?
This is not a duplicate of What is an Organizable Word™?. No offense, @Oray, but if you had just looked at the first example, eghilns is not a word.