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Each of the following sentences contains clues to a set of three words that are anagrams of each other.

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Each of the following sentences contains clues to a set of three words that are anagrams of each other (each sentence describes a different set).

1) George threw his extra javelin through two fleshy fruits related to an apple.

2) Mary had to halt the food preparation because she found a stain on each of the cooking utensils.

3) Per the negotiation, Isaac agreed to guide the troops through the valley.

4) How would you respond if the container of supplies had disappeared without a vestige?

posted Dec 23, 2015 by Ritika

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  1. spare spear pears
  2. stop spot pots
  3. deal lead dale
  4. react crate trace
answer Mar 18, 2016 by Nicole



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The following sentences can be completed by adding two words that are anagrams of one another. Each word has only four letters. Enjoy!

  1. If you prick your finger while picking a ____, it may be very ____.

  2. If you take a ____ at the Mad Hatter's party, you still may not get a sip of his ____.

  3. If you need some stamps, then you must ____ by the ____ office.

  4. If you eat a whole ____ of a wedding cake, you may develop a spare ____ around your middle.

  5. If you have a ____ with your friend, you should forgive them and focus on the future, not on the ____.

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The following sentences can be completed by adding two words that are anagrams of one another.
Each word has only four letters. Enjoy!

  1. If you prick your finger while picking a ____, it may be very ____.

  2. If you take a ____ at the Mad Hatter's party, you still may not get a sip of his ____.

  3. If you need some stamps, then you must ____ by the ____ office.

  4. If you eat a whole ____ of a wedding cake, you may develop a spare ____ around your middle.

  5. If you have a ____ with your friend, you should forgive them and focus on the future, not on the ____.

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The following four (4) clues are the definitions of words that have been jumbled below and turned into anagrams. Your job is to correctly unravel the anagrams and then place them next to their proper definition. Good luck!

  1. The formal activities conducted on some important public or state occasion.
  2. Extremely funny.
  3. Exhilarated or stupefied by, or as if by alcohol.
  4. Causing serious thoughts, or a grave mood.

Jumbled Anagrams:
Hi! Our sail
One mercy
Melons
Bare in diet

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The following sentences have two blanks that can be filled with two words that are anagrams of each other. Please find those words.

1. The _____ on the water was giving the fisherman a headache. "Oh, well", he thought, "maybe another _____ will help," as he reached for his cooler.

2. As the two lovers sat quietly staring into _____, they were both glad that they had brought their _____ on this chilly night.

3. It is not that Officer Smith _____ this part of his job, it was just that there was no easy way to tell someone about a _____ in the family.
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The following sentences have two blanks that can be filled with two words that are anagrams of each other. Please find those words.

1. The _____ on the water was giving the fisherman a headache. "Oh, well", he thought, "maybe another _____ will help," as he reached for his cooler.

2. As the two lovers sat quietly staring into _____, they were both glad that they had brought their _____ on this chilly night.

3. It is not that Officer Smith _____ this part of his job, it was just that there was no easy way to tell someone about a _____ in the family.
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