I have an IDEA for a puzzle.
I think I'll add two letters.
But am I a puzzle about a recent discovery?
Or a very old conquest, newly recoined?
The news would tell you both of these are very new and ...
So I recently created a crossword for you guys, but I misplaced everything except my list of words! Being too busy working on movie-related puzzles to recreate it, I asked some help from my friends (...
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 ...
Won, now own.
A “word” is an entry on dictionary.com.
A “sentence” is any text that is grammatically correct, has a complete meaning in the English language, starts with a capital letter and ...
When you rearrange the letters in the word "NO" in all possible ways you have
These are both English dictionary words.
Are there any 3 letter words where all 6 of the 3 letter permutations of ...
Sometimes it's fun to be a little too literal.
The family being pushed repeatedly.
The reach of a ring.
Electricity of darkness.
The gradual destruction of transportation.
Unable to marry alone.
This is a question about pairs of anagrams capable of flavouring puzzles as memorable and surprising because the two words are so different.
One of my favourite such pairs is chesty and scythe. These ...
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 ...