Chapter 1: Scrambled Names and Birth Years
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 1
Jay Leno, 1950
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 2
Julia Child, 1912
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 3
Katie Couric, 1957
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 4
Jimmy Stewart, 1908
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 5
Groucho Marx, 1890
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 6
Tennessee Williams, 1911
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 7
John Steinbeck, 1902
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 8
Vincent van Gogh, 1853
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 9
Sigmund Freud, 1856
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 10
Ed Sullivan, 1901
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 11
Bob Hope, 1903
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 12
Malcolm X, 1925
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 13
Sonny Bono, 1935
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 14
Al Pacino, 1940
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 15
W.C. Fields, 1880
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 16
Ernest Hemingway, 1899
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 17
Davy Crockett, 1786
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 18
Fidel Castro, 1926
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 19
Tiny Tim, 1930
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 20
Alan Alda, 1936
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 21
Clark Gable, 1901
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 22
Thomas Edison, 1847
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 23
Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1882
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 24
Rosa Parks, 1913
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 25
John F. Kennedy, 1917
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 26
Leonardo da Vinci, 1452
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 27
Richard Nixon, 1913
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 28
Humphrey Bogart, 1899
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 29
George Burns, 1896
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 30
Billy Graham, 1918
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 31
Thomas Jefferson, 1743
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 32
Pete Rose, 1941
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 33
Dr. Seuss, 1904
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 34
Jack Benny, 1894
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 35
Cary Grant, 1904
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 36
Larry Bird, 1956
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 37
Albert Einstein, 1879
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 38
Betty Ford, 1918
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 39
Howard Hughes, 1905
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 40
O.J. Simpson, 1947
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 41
Marlon Brando, 1924
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 42
George Clooney, 1961
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 43
Abraham Lincoln, 1809
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 44
T.S. Eliot, 1888
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 45
Pablo Picasso, 1881
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 46
Daniel Boone, 1734
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 47
Tiger Woods, 1975
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 48
Karl Marx, 1818
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 49
Woody Guthrie, 1912
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 50
Betsy Ross, 1752
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 51
Dan Rather, 1931
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 52
Frank Sinatra, 1915
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 53
Roy Rogers, 1911
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 54
Theodore Roosevelt, 1858
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 55
Paul Newman, 1925
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 56
Count Basie, 1904
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 57
Mick Jagger, 1943
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 58
Johnny Cash, 1932
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 59
Mark Twain, 1835
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 60
Al Capone, 1899
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 61
Henry Fonda, 1905
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 62
Jesse James, 1847
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 63
Bob Dole, 1923
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 64
Marilyn Monroe, 1926
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 65
A.J. Foyt, 1935
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 66
Judy Garland, 1922
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 67
Henry Ford, 1863
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 68
Walt Disney, 1901
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 69
Bill Cosby, 1937
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 70
Charles Darwin, 1809
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 71
Charles Lindbergh, 1902
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 72
Tony Blair, 1953
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 73
Yogi Berra, 1925
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 74
Charlie Chaplin, 1889
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 75
Bing Crosby, 1903
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 76
Tom Brokaw, 1940
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 77
F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1896
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 78
Ty Cobb, 1886
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 79
C.S. Lewis, 1898
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 80
George Washington, 1732
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 81
Paul Revere, 1735
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 82
Donald Trump, 1946
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 83
Ted Turner, 1938
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 84
John Wayne, 1907
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 85
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 86
Andy Warhol, 1928
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 87
Muhammad Ali, 1942
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 88
Wayne Gretzky, 1961
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 89
Louis Armstrong, 1901
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 90
Alfred Hitchcock, 1899
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 91
Winston Churchill, 1874
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 92
Babe Ruth, 1895
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 93
Shaquille O'Neal, 1972
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 94
Jesse Owens, 1913
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 95
Harry S Truman, 1884
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 96
Sir Isaac Newton, 1642
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 97
Ronald Reagan, 1911
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 98
William Shakespeare, 1564
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 99
Mother Teresa, 1910
Scrambled Name and Birth Year 100
Edgar Allan Poe, 1809
Chapter 2: Scrambled Quote Letters
Scrambled Quote Letters 1
“Each relationship you have with another person reflects the relationship you have with yourself.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 2
“You grow up the day you have your first real laugh — at yourself.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 3
“The Lord prefers common-looking people. That is the reason he makes so many of them.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 4
“Experience gives us the test first and the lessons later.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 5
“It isn't what you have, or who you are, or where you are, or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 6
“Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.”
Henry David Thoreau
Scrambled Quote Letters 7
“Dwelling on the negative simply contributes to its power.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 8
“The only man who never makes mistakes is the man who never does anything.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 9
“When a man is wrapped up in himself, he makes a pretty small package.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 10
“When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 11
“Always love your enemies — nothing annoys them so much.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 12
“Don't ever take a fence down until you know why it was put up.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 13
“Chop your own wood, and it will warm you twice.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 14
“Be not afraid of going slowly; be afraid only of standing still.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 15
“The only unchangeable certainty is that nothing is certain or unchangeable.”
John F. Kennedy
Scrambled Quote Letters 16
“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 17
“Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
George Bernard Shaw
Scrambled Quote Letters 18
“Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 19
“How can you say luck and chance are the same? Chance is the first step you take, luck is what comes afterwards.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 20
“Waste not time; for that's the stuff that life is made of.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 21
“If you are going through hell, keep going.”
Sir Winston Churchill
Scrambled Quote Letters 22
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 23
“We are like dwarfs on the shoulders of giants, so that we can see more than they.”
Bernard of Chartres
Scrambled Quote Letters 24
“A verbal contract isn't worth the paper it is written on.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 25
“The heart has its reasons which reason knows nothing of.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 26
“The good people sleep much better at night than the bad people. Of course, the bad people enjoy the waking hours much more.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 27
“A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 28
“The human race is challenged more than ever before to demonstrate our mastery — not over nature but of ourselves.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 29
“Never open the door to a lesser evil, for other and greater ones invariably slink in after it.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 30
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 31
“Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 32
“No matter how much the cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 33
“Television has proved that people will look at anything rather than each other.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 34
“The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 35
“What sane person could live in this world and not be crazy?”
Scrambled Quote Letters 36
“There are those who look at things the way they are, and ask why … I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?”
Scrambled Quote Letters 37
“Tis better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than open one's mouth and remove all doubt.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 38
“I have found the best way to give advice to your children is to find out what they want and then advise them to do it.”
Harry S Truman
Scrambled Quote Letters 39
“Life is a tale told by an idiot — full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 40
“It has been my experience that folks who have no vices have very few virtues.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 41
“Whenever I'm caught between two evils, I take the one I've never tried.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 42
“When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And when you have fun, you can do amazing things”
Scrambled Quote Letters 43
“Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 44
“Happiness is as a butterfly which when pursued is always beyond our grasp, but which if you will sit down quietly may alight upon you.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 45
“Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan ‘press on’ has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 46
“The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 47
“When you are courting a nice girl an hour seems like a second. When you sit on a red-hot cinder a second seems like an hour. That's relativity.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 48
“Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe.”
H. G. Wells
Scrambled Quote Letters 49
“There is real magic in enthusiasm. It spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment.”
Norman Vincent Peale
Scrambled Quote Letters 50
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt within the heart.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 51
“There are two lasting bequests we can give our children. One is roots. The other is wings.”
Hodding Carter, Jr.
Scrambled Quote Letters 52
“The first human who hurled an insult instead of a stone was the founder of civilization.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 53
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed people can change the world: indeed it's the only thing that ever has!”
Scrambled Quote Letters 54
“The problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved by the level of thinking that created them.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 55
“The happiest moments of my life have been the few which I have passed at home in the bosom of my family.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 56
“If one is master of one thing and understands one thing well, one has at the same time, insight into and understanding of many things.”
Vincent van Gogh
Scrambled Quote Letters 57
“I always turn to the sports pages first, which records people's accomplishments. The front page has nothing but man's failures.”
Chief Justice Earl Warren
Scrambled Quote Letters 58
“The illiterate of the future will not be the person who cannot read. It will be the person who does not know how to learn.”
Scrambled Quote Letters 59
“Because only if you've been in the deepest valley can you ever know how magnificent it is to be on the highest mountain.”
Richard M. Nixon
Scrambled Quote Letters 60
“Seeing a murder on television can help work off one's antagonisms. And if you haven't any antagonisms, the commercials will give you some.”
Chapter 3: Anagrammar
Danny's weird hatred for blue THREAD was just one reason Cindy left him.
Put your things in the closest CLOSETS and we will organize everything later.
I always smile when I think about how many LIMES we used in that punch.
Ruth fired up the grill so that she could make FRIED potatoes for her boyfriend.
Thelma learned to ski in a little HAMLET in Germany set high in the mountains.
The chief's seat must face EAST, just as it has for generations.
STEVEN planned all of the events weeks in advance.
Ranked by height, Samuel was EIGHTH in his class.
How will you react if we discover that there is a TRACE of lead in your drinking water?
When you are skiing downhill, always steer around the TREES.
What are we going to eat if there is not enough time to THAW the frozen soup?
Old radios found in ATTICS are bound to have a lot of static.
EVELYN divided her attention evenly between Ronald and Timothy.
Austin traveled around the world in search of ARCHES made of gold.
The family lived among the MANGO trees, which supplied them with fruit.
The camper was SKIRTING around the edge of the bear family to avoid being within striking distance.
I bet you will care who wins the RACE if we bet a hundred dollars.
The ELBOW is located below the shoulder, unless your arm is fully raised.
A police escort will be necessary if you want to visit SECTOR eight.
His abode in the barren desert was made of ADOBE and stayed cool in the sun.
The pretty gold chain was made in CHINA.
His nearest neighbor was on the EASTERN side of the island, far out of earshot.
Thanks to Beth, there is now a wine stain on our pink SATIN curtains.
Mark's SISTER could not resist making fun of his clothes and haircut.
The DINERS rinsed down the hot dogs with cups of sour lemonade.
There is ample MAPLE syrup to feed everyone at the pancake breakfast.
The businessman now realizes that his behavior was SLEAZIER than any of his competitors.
The spy flew to Geneva to AVENGE the death of his longtime partner.
The CRATE vanished from the yacht without a trace.
Give me a shout when the wind starts blowing from the SOUTH.
For some reason, superheroes always wear CAPES when they fly through space.
Only the smartest consumer would buy a MATTRESS made in Sweden.
Everyone is gone for the weekend, so they cannot replace the dynamo until MONDAY.
Her problems began when she ignored the ERODING hillside behind the rented house.
The PUREST lava will flow an hour after the volcano first erupts.
If you can't afford an apple, then buy a cheap PEACH.
Kevin found it depressing that he could only get roles playing a LOSER.
Craig enjoyed a CIGAR as he watched the sunset from his back porch.
The scientist attempted to debase Jacky's theory that the marine plants in the SEABED are dying.
If he wins the contest, then the SINGER will resign from his job as a waiter.
The signs clearly say that there shall be no skateboarding in the HALLS.
The snail avoided all of the NAILS as it climbed up to the pier.
It would be a serious mistake to ignore the problems in that REGION.
When he walked among the tall CEDARS, Richard knew that the land was sacred.
The doctor agrees with the dietician that GREASE is not part of a healthy diet.
Even though the hikers were cold and TIRED they tried to climb to the summit.
They put aside all of Quinn's IDEAS once it was realized that none of them would work.
Jenny STORED her books sorted first by author then by title.
Susan's report on the FIELD mouse was filed under rodents.
Someday you will discover that WORDS are mightier than your sword.
On this beautiful day, I command you to ARISE and raise your voices in joyous song!
The ladies SAILED south until they found the island with the treasure.
It was agreed that the speech should be GEARED more to young people.
My aunt just loves TUNA sandwiches on rye bread with lettuce and tomato.
The RELAY runner arrived early, before the next runner was ready.
I can't recall if I went down to the CELLAR the night that Patricia disappeared.
The dog's MASTER rowed the boat down the stream and to the little village nearby.
In brief, the doctor stressed that you need more FIBER in your diet.
To run the personal finance software, click on the icon that is shaped like a COIN.
The teenager discovered that he could GENERATE electricity by flying a kite in an electrical storm.
To boost ratings, the MEDIA aimed to turn the simple story into a national tragedy.
Don't BLAME Mabel, she was reading at the library the night of the murder.
A SNAKE can sneak into your house while you are sleeping and join you for breakfast.
When it is hot, all of the apes at the zoo love to eat frozen PEAS.
He passed the jack of SPADES to his partner to make a winning hand.
The farmer gave pagers to all of the workers who were picking GRAPES.
She spared no expense when it came time to buy new DRAPES for the penthouse.
How many TOPPINGS are you going to put on your ice cream before stopping?
I'm afraid that mice can INFEST even the finest restaurants.
When the crew finally went ASHORE, the captain's voice was hoarse from yelling.
I will trade you three of my spare PEARS for seven of your apples.
The tomatoes will THICKEN into a paste when they are cooked in the kitchen.
Debra won the baking contest with BREAD made using her grandmother's favorite recipe.
You must really be BRAINY if you can understand the binary number system.
When it sensed danger, the NEWT quickly went under the damp rock.
It took Valerie years of editing to turn the book on DIETING into a masterpiece.
There are at least THREE monsters that you must defeat in your journey through the forest.
Evan spilled honey on the FILES, which attracted dozens of flies.
One little SPOT on my shirt will not stop me from wearing it.
The bee might be the NICEST insect because it gives us honey.
The robbers fell down the stairs when the POODLE looped the leash around their ankles.
Even though no important issues were ever discussed, the VOTERS strove to select the best candidate.
I always intend to INDENT the first line of every paragraph, but sometimes I forget.
William dreamed of riding a white horse on the SHORE.
The chef explained that the cause of the food poisoning was the SAUCE.
Some of the iciest CITIES in the world are located on mountains where skiing is popular.
The boy was eager to AGREE with the teacher when it meant that he would get a better grade.
Even though Frank had a pale complexion, he could still LEAP higher than anyone in his class.
Every elf knows that SOFTER moss can be found deeper in the forest.
She always felt safest when the entire village gathered for one of their many FEASTS.
The explorer had a big grin when he found the golden RING hidden in the jungle.
She longed for those GOLDEN years when life was simple and everyone was her friend.
There are higher fares for those who want to travel on SAFER ships.
By the time we are GROWN, most of us know right from wrong.
I dare you to READ one book every day during spring break.
Ten EXITS must exist somewhere in the building for the plans to be approved.
The crew cried when they drank their last drop of CIDER.
The best place in the world for fish TACOS is along the coast of Baja.
After all of the loaves were finished, the BAKER finally took a break at noon.
Except for a few ethical problems, we EXPECT Andy to easily be reelected to a seventh term.
Chapter 4: Scrambled Categories
What's Your Sign?
Drinks on the House
The Shape of Things
Ride the Bus
You Wear It Well
Fish in the Sea
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Parts of Speech
At the Hospital
Islands in the Sea
Play It Again
By the Numbers
Field of Dreamers
A Trip to the Park
Use Your Noodle
In Cold Blood
Neighbors in Space
A Capital Idea
Eat Your Vegetables
How's the Weather?
Chapter 5: Scrambled Letter Blocks
Scrambled Letter Blocks 1
DON'T FIRE UNTIL YOU SEE THE WHITES OF THEIR EYES
Scrambled Letter Blocks 2
THERE ARE NONE SO BLIND AS THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 3
ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A DULL BOY
Scrambled Letter Blocks 4
THERE IS A BAD APPLE IN EVERY BARREL
Scrambled Letter Blocks 5
FOOLS RUSH IN WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD
Scrambled Letter Blocks 6
LIVE BY THE SWORD, DIE BY THE SWORD
Scrambled Letter Blocks 7
DIFFERENT STROKES FOR DIFFERENT FOLKS
Scrambled Letter Blocks 8
SIX OF ONE, HALF DOZEN OF THE OTHER
Scrambled Letter Blocks 9
WHAT'S THE MATTER, CAT GOT YOUR TONGUE?
Scrambled Letter Blocks 10
DO NOT PUT THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 11
THERE IS A POT OF GOLD AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW
Scrambled Letter Blocks 12
DON'T PUT ALL OF YOUR EGGS INTO ONE BASKET
Scrambled Letter Blocks 13
DO NOT KILL THE GOOSE THAT LAYS THE GOLDEN EGGS
Scrambled Letter Blocks 14
THE BEST LAID PLANS OF MICE AND MEN
Scrambled Letter Blocks 15
WHERE THERE'S A WILL THERE'S A WAY
Scrambled Letter Blocks 16
THE BREAD ALWAYS FALLS ON ITS BUTTERED SIDE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 17
DON'T LIGHT YOUR CANDLE AT BOTH ENDS
Scrambled Letter Blocks 18
STEAL VICTORY FROM THE JAWS OF DEFEAT
Scrambled Letter Blocks 19
THERE BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD GO I
Scrambled Letter Blocks 20
NEVER PLAY LEAP FROG WITH A UNICORN
Scrambled Letter Blocks 21
A MAN IS KNOWN BY THE COMPANY HE KEEPS
Scrambled Letter Blocks 22
IT'S AS PLAIN AS THE NOSE ON YOUR FACE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 23
IT SEEMED LIKE A GOOD IDEA AT THE TIME
Scrambled Letter Blocks 24
HE WHO PAYS THE PIPER CALLS THE TUNE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 25
HE WOULD GIVE YOU THE SHIRT OFF HIS BACK
Scrambled Letter Blocks 26
WHEN YOU PLAY WITH FIRE YOU CAN GET BURNED
Scrambled Letter Blocks 27
THERE ARE PLENTY MORE FISH IN THE SEA
Scrambled Letter Blocks 28
THE POT IS CALLING THE KETTLE BLACK
Scrambled Letter Blocks 29
DO NOT MAKE A MOUNTAIN OUT OF A MOLEHILL
Scrambled Letter Blocks 30
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS
Scrambled Letter Blocks 31
DON'T LET THE DOOR HIT YOU ON YOUR WAY OUT
Scrambled Letter Blocks 32
THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING IS IN THE EATING
Scrambled Letter Blocks 33
ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 34
AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY
Scrambled Letter Blocks 35
GIVE A MAN ENOUGH ROPE AND HE WILL HANG HIMSELF
Scrambled Letter Blocks 36
CLOSE THE BARN DOOR AFTER THE HORSE GETS OUT
Scrambled Letter Blocks 37
NOTHING FROM NOTHING IS STILL NOTHING
Scrambled Letter Blocks 38
WHERE WISE MEN HESITATE FOOLS RUSH IN
Scrambled Letter Blocks 39
ABSENCE MAKES THE HEART GROW FONDER
Scrambled Letter Blocks 40
IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED TRY AND TRY AGAIN
Scrambled Letter Blocks 41
DO NOT BITE OFF MORE THAN YOU CAN CHEW
Scrambled Letter Blocks 42
NOTHING IS CERTAIN BUT DEATH AND TAXES
Scrambled Letter Blocks 43
DON'T PUT OFF TILL TOMORROW WHAT YOU CAN DO TODAY
Scrambled Letter Blocks 44
BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER
Scrambled Letter Blocks 45
YOU CAN CATCH MORE FLIES WITH HONEY THAN VINEGAR
Scrambled Letter Blocks 46
THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE NEVER DID RUN SMOOTH
Scrambled Letter Blocks 47
THE MORE YOU PRACTICE, THE LUCKIER YOU GET
Scrambled Letter Blocks 48
THE ROAD TO HELL IS PAVED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS
Scrambled Letter Blocks 49
DID YOU WAKE UP ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE BED?
Scrambled Letter Blocks 50
TALK UNTIL YOU ARE BLUE IN THE FACE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 51
DON'T THROW THE BABY OUT WITH THE BATHWATER
Scrambled Letter Blocks 52
THE SPIRIT IS WILLING BUT THE FLESH IS WEAK
Scrambled Letter Blocks 53
THE DEVIL FINDS WORK FOR IDLE HANDS TO DO
Scrambled Letter Blocks 54
SEE THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL
Scrambled Letter Blocks 55
THE SQUEAKING WHEEL GETS THE GREASE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 56
WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, THE TOUGH GET GOING
Scrambled Letter Blocks 57
OUT OF THE FRYING PAN AND INTO THE FIRE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 58
TODAY IS THE FIRST DAY OF THE REST OF YOUR LIFE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 59
WHEN THE CAT'S AWAY, THE MICE WILL PLAY
Scrambled Letter Blocks 60
A FOOL AND HIS MONEY ARE SOON PARTED
Scrambled Letter Blocks 61
A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME WOULD SMELL AS SWEET
Scrambled Letter Blocks 62
THE BIGGER THEY ARE, THE HARDER THEY FALL
Scrambled Letter Blocks 63
WHAT'S GOOD FOR THE GOOSE IS GOOD FOR THE GANDER
Scrambled Letter Blocks 64
DON'T LOOK A GIFT HORSE IN THE MOUTH
Scrambled Letter Blocks 65
ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END
Scrambled Letter Blocks 66
THE APPLE NEVER FALLS FAR FROM THE TREE
Scrambled Letter Blocks 67
IT AIN'T OVER UNTIL THE FAT LADY SINGS
Scrambled Letter Blocks 68
A HOUSE DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF CANNOT STAND
Scrambled Letter Blocks 69
AS EASY AS TAKING CANDY FROM A BABY
Scrambled Letter Blocks 70
IT'S ALWAYS DARKEST BEFORE THE DAWN
Scrambled Letter Blocks 71
NECESSITY IS THE MOTHER OF INVENTION
Scrambled Letter Blocks 72
HE WAS CAUGHT WITH HIS HAND IN THE COOKIE JAR
Scrambled Letter Blocks 73
WHICH CAME FIRST, THE CHICKEN OR THE EGG?
Scrambled Letter Blocks 74
LAUGH AND THE WHOLE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU
Scrambled Letter Blocks 75
WHEN YOU ARE REALLY HUNGRY EVERYTHING TASTES GOOD
Scrambled Letter Blocks 76
A CHAIN IS ONLY AS STRONG AS ITS WEAKEST LINK
Scrambled Letter Blocks 77
RAIN RAIN GO AWAY COME AGAIN ANOTHER DAY
Scrambled Letter Blocks 78
YOU TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUT OF MY MOUTH
Scrambled Letter Blocks 79
PEOPLE IN GLASS HOUSES SHOULD NOT THROW STONES
Scrambled Letter Blocks 80
A BIRD IN THE HAND IS WORTH TWO IN THE BUSH
Chapter 6: Scrambled Quote Words
Scrambled Quote Words 1
“Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.”
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Scrambled Quote Words 2
“The only way to have a friend is to be one.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Scrambled Quote Words 3
“An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”
Scrambled Quote Words 4
“The reward of a thing well done is to have done it.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Scrambled Quote Words 5
“Nothing is permanent but change.”
Scrambled Quote Words 6
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by.”
Scrambled Quote Words 7
“Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.”
Scrambled Quote Words 8
“Do every act of your life as if it were your last.”
Scrambled Quote Words 9
“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.”
Thomas Alva Edison
Scrambled Quote Words 10
“Change your thoughts and you change your world.”
Norman Vincent Peale
Scrambled Quote Words 11
“Nobody can bring you peace but yourself.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“When fate hands you a lemon, make lemonade.”
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“Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
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“Man is by nature a political animal.”
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“That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”
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“I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.”
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“Variety's the very spice of life.”
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“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”
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“Genius is one per cent inspiration, ninety nine per cent perspiration.”
Thomas Alva Edison
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“Give me liberty, or give me death!”
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“Was this the face that launched a thousand ships?”
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“Hope springs eternal in the human breast.”
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“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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“To be, or not to be: that is the question.”
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“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.”
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“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”
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“If you don't know where you're going, you'll end up somewhere else.”
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“Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.”
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“Men can only be happy when they do not assume that the object of life is happiness.”
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“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
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“We can do no great things; only small things with great love.”
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“Everything you can imagine is real.”
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“What does not kill me makes me stronger.”
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“All animals except man know that the ultimate of life is to enjoy it.”
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“You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do.”
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“Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.”
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“Seventy percent of success in life is showing up.”
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“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.”
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“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”
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“All that we are is the result of what we have thought.”
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“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
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“To err is human, to forgive divine.”
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“Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes.”
Henry David Thoreau, Walden
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“When there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you.”
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“Life is too important to be taken seriously.”
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“When you have eliminated the impossible, that which remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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“You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.”
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“It is easier to fight for one's principles than to live up to them.”
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“It's a recession when your neighbor loses his job; it's a depression when you lose yours.”
Harry S Truman
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“A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic.”
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“And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.”
John F. Kennedy
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“The pure and simple truth is rarely pure and never simple.”
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“I have never met a man so ignorant that I couldn't learn something from him.”
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“Today the real test of power is not capacity to make war but the capacity to prevent it.”
Anne O'Hare McCormick
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“Money is better than poverty, if only for financial reasons.”
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“Man invented language to satisfy his deep need to complain.”
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“Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain — and most fools do.”
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“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.”
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“The only man who never makes a mistake is the man who never does anything.”
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“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”
W. B. Yeats
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“We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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“You can complain because roses have thorns, or you can rejoice because thorns have roses.”
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“For of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: It might have been!”
John Greenleaf Whittier
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“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.”
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“Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance.”
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“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.”
Robert F. Kennedy
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“It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.”
Harry S Truman
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“Mankind must put an end to war, or war will put an end to mankind.”
John F. Kennedy
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“Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.”
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“Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.”
John F. Kennedy
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“Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot”
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“My definition of a redundancy is an air-bag in a politician's car.”
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“Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach.”
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“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
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“A word to the wise ain't necessary — it's the stupid ones that need the advice.”
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“I am not young enough to know everything.”
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“Talk low, talk slow, and don't say too much”
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“The important thing is not to stop questioning.”
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“Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education.”
John F. Kennedy
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“Do not say a little in many words but a great deal in a few.”
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“Beauty is a form of genius.”
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“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success.”
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“Character is doing the right thing when nobody's looking.”
J. C. Watts
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“This above all: to thine own self be true.”
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“Money and success don't change people; they merely amplify what is already there.”
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“The best way to cheer yourself is to try to cheer someone else up.”
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“I paint objects as I think them, not as I see them.”
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“Whatever you want to do, do it now. There are only so many tomorrows.”
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“A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“Trust yourself. You know more than you think you do.”
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“I am prepared to die, but there is no cause for which I am prepared to kill.”
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“The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time.”
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“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.”
T. S. Eliot
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“Courage is doing what you are afraid to do.”
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“Progress always involves risk; you can't steal second base and keep your foot on first base.”
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“All the problems of the world could be settled if people were only willing to think.”
Thomas J. Watson
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“We adore chaos because we love to produce order.”
M. C. Escher
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“It isn't what they say about you, it's what they whisper.”
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“Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs.”
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“Life is the farce which everyone has to perform.”
Chapter 7: Anagrams of Famous People
Women Tennis Players
Billie Jean King
Men Tennis Players
O. J. Simpson
Science Fiction Authors
Arthur C. Clarke
Ralph Waldo Emerson
E. E. Cummings
Edgar Allan Poe
T. S. Eliot
Stephen Jay Gould
Leonardo da Vinci
Famous Movie Actors in the 1990s
Famous Movie Actresses in the 1990s
Helena Bonham Carter
Famous Movie Actors in the 1980s
Robert De Niro
Famous Movie Actresses in the 1980s
Famous Movie Actors in the 1970s
Famous Movie Actresses in the 1970s
Famous Movie Actors in the 1960s
Famous Movie Actresses in the 1960s
Male Pop Vocalists in the 1990s
Female Pop Vocalists in the 1990s
Male Pop Vocalists in the 1980s
Female Pop Vocalists in the 1980s
Male Pop Vocalists in the 1970s
Female Pop Vocalists in the 1970s
Male Pop Vocalists in the 1960s
Female Pop Vocalists in the 1960s
The British Invasion
Mary Lou Retton
Presidents of the 1800s
Presidents of the 1900s
George H. W. Bush
Famous U.S. Politicians
Famous World Leaders
J. K. Rowling
Vincent van Gogh
Chapter 8: Anagrams of Places
Isle of Man
Great Salt Lake
Sequoia National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
Glacier Bay National Park
Yosemite National Park
Petrified Forest National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park
Olympic Hosts, City and Country
Seoul, South Korea
South Atlantic States
South Central States
Countries That Start with the Letter A
Countries That Start with the Letter B
Countries That Start with the Letter C
Countries That Start with the Letter D, E, or F
Countries That Start with the Letter G or H
Countries That Start with the Letter I, J, or K
Countries That Start with the Letter L
Countries That Start with the Letter M
Countries That Start with the Letter N
Countries That Start with the Letter O, P, Q, or R
Countries That Start with the Letter S
Countries That Start with the Letter T
Trinidad and Tobago
Countries That Start with the Letters U to Z
United Arab Emirates
United States of America
Cities That Start with the Letter A
Cities That Start with the Letter B
Cities That Start with the Letter C
Cities That Start with the Letter D, E, or F
Cities That Start with the Letter G or H
Cities That Start with the Letter I, J, or K
Cities That Start with the Letter L
Cities That Start with the Letter M
Cities That Start with the Letter N or O
Cities That Start with the Letter P, Q, or R
Cities That Start with the Letter S
Salt Lake City
Cities That Start with the Letters T to Z
Chapter 9: What's in a Name?
acme, acre, aery, airt, airy, amie, amir, army, arty, came, care, carr, cart, cate, cire, cite, city, cram, cyma, cyme, emic, emir, emit, etic, eyra, imam, immy, item, mace, maim, mair, marc, mare, mart, mate, meat, meta, mica, mice, mime, mire, miry, mite, mity, race, racy, rami, rare, rate, ream, rear, rice, rime, rimy, rite, tace, tame, tare, team, tear, term, tier, time, tire, tram, tray, trey, trim, tyer, tyre, yare, year, yeti, yirr
deer, deil, dele, deli, dene, dere, diel, dine, ding, dire, dirl, dree, dreg, drew, edge, eger, eide, erne, ewer, geed, geld, gene, gied, gien, gild, gird, girl, girn, gled, glee, glen, gree, grew, grid, grin, idle, ired, leer, lend, lewd, lied, lien, lier, line, ling, lire, lwei, need, nerd, nide, rede, reed, reel, rein, rend, ride, riel, rile, rind, ring, weed, weel, ween, weer, weir, weld, wend, were, wide, wild, wile, wind, wine, wing, wire, wren
achy, ahoy, anon, arch, arco, arcs, ashy, cans, carn, cars, cash, cays, chao, char, chay, chon, coho, conn, cons, cony, coon, coos, corn, cory, cosh, cosy, coys, cyan, hays, hoar, hons, hora, horn, hoya, hoys, jars, jays, john, josh, joys, nans, naos, narc, nary, nays, nona, noon, nosh, nosy, oars, ocas, oohs, orca, orcs, osar, racy, rash, rays, rhos, roan, rocs, rosy, ryas, scan, scar, scry, shay, shoo, soar,
soja, soon, sora, sorn, soya, sync, yarn
Jack Nicklaus aals, ails, ains, akin, alan, alas, anal, anas, anil, anis, ansa, anus, asci, auks, caca, cain, calk, cans, casa, cask, caul, clan, cusk, ilka, ilks, inks, jack, jail, jauk, jink, jins, junk, kaas, kail, kain, kaka, kaki, kana, kick, kiln, kina, kink, kins, lack, lacs, laic, lain, lank, lick, link, lins, luck, luna, lunk, nail, nick, nils, sack, sail, sain, saki, sank, saul, scan, sial, sick, silk, sink, skin, skua, suck, sulk, sunk, ulan, ulna, unai, unci
aals, alae, alan, alas, ales, alma, alme, alms, amas, amen, anal, anas, ands, anes, ansa, asea, dale, dals, dame, damn, dams, deal, dean, dels, dens, elan, elds, elms, ends, lade, lads, lama, lame, lams, land, lane, lase, lass, lead, lean, leas, lend, lens, less, made, mads, maes, male, mana, mane, mans, mass, mead, meal, mean, meld, mels, mend, mesa, mess, nada, name, nema, ness, sade, sale, sals, same, sand, sane, sans, seal, seam, seas, sels, send, slam, sled, sned
aims, ains, airn, airs, amin, amir, amis, anis, anon, arms, arvo, avos, inns, inro, ions, iron, main, mair, mano, mans, mars, mina, mirs, miso, moan, moas, mono, mons, moon, moor, moos, mora, morn, mors, nans, naoi, naos, nims, noir, noma, noms, nona, noon, nori, norm, nova, oars, orra, osar, rain, rami, rams, rani, rias, rims, rins, roam, roan, roar, roms, room, sain, sari, sima, soar, soma, soon, sora, sori, sorn, vain, vair, vans, vars, vims, vina, vino, vins, visa
George C. Scott
cees, cere, cero, cete, coco, cogs, coos, coot, core, cost, cote, cots, croc, eger, eggs, egos, ergo, ergs, eros, erst, gees, gest, gets, goer, goes, gogo, goos, gore, gree, grog, grot, ogee, ogre, oots, orcs, ores, orts, otto, recs, rees, regs, rest, rete, rets, rocs, roes, root, rose, rote, roto, rots, scot, sect, seer, sego, sere, sett, soot, sore, sort, stet, tees, tegs, test, tets, toes, togs, toot, torc, tore, toro, tors, tort, tost, tote, tots, tree, tret, trot
egis, egos, ells, ergo, ergs, eros, errs, gels, gies, gill, girl, giro, glow, goer, goes, gore, grew, grow, ills, ires, isle, legs, leis, lier, lies, lire, loge, logs, lore, lose, lowe, lows, lwei, ogle, ogre, oils, oles, ores, orle, owes, owls, owse, regs, reis, riel, rigs, rile, rill, rise, roes, roil, role, roll, rose, rows, sego, sell, sill, silo, sire, slew, sloe, slog, slow, soil, sole, soli, sore, sori, swig, weir, well, wigs, wile, will, wire, wise, woes, wogs, wore
eels, eely, eery, elms, elmy, else, emes, epee, errs, erst, espy, eyer, eyes, eyre, leer, lees, leet, lept, lest, lets, leys, lyes, lyre, lyse, meet, mels, melt, mere, merl, mete, peel, peer, pees, pele, pelt, perm, pert, pest, pets, pree, prey, pyes, pyre, reel, rees, rely, rems, reps, rest, rete, rets, ryes, seel, seem, seep, seer, seme, sept, sere, spry, stem, step, stey, stye, teel, teem, tees, tele, tels, temp, term, tree, trey, tyee, tyer, tyes, type, tyre, yelp, ylem
able, acne, acre, alae, alan, alar, alba, alec, anal, area, aura, baal, bale, ball, bane, bare, barn, bean, bear, beau, bell, blae, blue, blur, brae, bran, bren, bull, bura, burl, burn, call, cane, carb, care, carl, carn, caul, cell, clan, club, clue, crab, cube, cull, curb, cure, curl, curn, earl, earn, ecru, elan, lace, lall, lane, leal, lean, lear, lube, luce, lull, luna, lune, lure, nabe, narc, near, null, nurl, race, rale, real, rube, rule, rune, ulan, ulna, unbe, urea
ceil, cell, cere, cero, chin, chon, cine, cion, cire, clon, coil, coin, coir, cole, cone, coni, core, corn, eche, echo, elhi, enol, erne, heel, heil, heir, hell, helo, here, herl, hern, hero, hili, hill, hire, hoer, hole, hone, horn, icon, inch, inro, iron, lech, leer, lehr, leno, lice, lich, lien, lier, line, lino, lion, lire, liri, loch, loci, loin, lone, lore, lorn, nice, nill, noel, noil, noir, nori, once, orle, reel, rein, rice, rich, riel, rile, rill, roil, role, roll
Greg LeMond deem, deer, dele, deme, demo, dene, dere, derm, doer, doge, dole, dome, done, dong, dore, dorm, dree, dreg, edge, eger, enol, ergo, erne, geed, geld, gene, germ, gled, glee, gleg, glen, glom, goer, gold, gone, gong, gore, gree, grog, leer, lend, leno, lode, loge, lone, long, lord, lore, lorn, meed, meld, mend, meno, mere, merl, mode, mold, mole, more, morn, need, neem, nerd, node, noel, nogg, nome, norm, ogee, ogle, ogre, omen, omer, orle, rede, redo, reed, reel, rend, rode, role
areas, arhat, arras, aster, aurae, aurar, auras, aures, earth, haars, haets, hahas, hares, harsh, harts, haste, hater, hates, haute, hears, heart, heath, heats, heths, hurst, hurts, rares, raser, rater, rates, rathe, rears, reata, rheas, ruers, ruths, saute, share, shear, shute, stare, surah, surer, surra, sutra, tahrs, tares, tarre, tears, terra, trash, truer, trues, urare, urase, urate, ureas, ursae, usher
estop, pesos, pesto, pests, poets, pores, ports, poser, poses, posse, posts, press, prest, prose, proso, pross, prost, repos, repot, repro, rests, retro, roose, roost, roots, roper, ropes, roses, roset, rotes, rotor, rotos, septs, soots, sopor, sorer, sores, sorts, spoor, spore, sport, spots, steps, stoop, stope, stops, store, strep, strop, toper, topes, topos, tores, toros, torse, torso, tress, troop, trope
achoo, aloin, amino, amnic, anvil, avion, cajon, cavil, chain, chalk, chiao, china, chink, chino, cholo, chook, claim, clank, clavi, clink, cloak, clonk, colin, colon, comal, covin, hakim, havoc, hoick, hooch, hooka, jocko, kanji, laich, liman, linac, loach, macho, macon, malic, manic, mavin, milch, mocha, mooch, moola, nacho, nicol, nival, nomoi, ohmic, ovoli, vakil, vinal, vinca, viola, vocal, voila
cerci, ceric, citer, civet, civic, civie, creep, crepe, crept, cripe, enter, erect, event, evert, evict, evite, icier, ictic, inept, inert, inner, inter, nerve, never, nicer, niece, nieve, niter, nitre, pence, penne, penni, peter, piece, preen, price, print, recce, recti, reive, renin, rente, repin, retie, revet, ricin, ripen, riven, rivet, terce, terne, treen, trice, trine, tripe, venin, vinic, viper
adore, adorn, afore, annoy, anode, deary, deray, donna, donne, doyen, drone, fader, faery, fanny, fanon, fared, fayed, fenny, ferny, foehn, foray, foyer, frena, frond, handy, hardy, hared, hayed, hayer, heady, heard, henna, henry, heron, hoard, hoary, honan, honda, honed, honer, honey, horde, horny, hydra, hydro, hyena, nerdy, oared, onery, oread, radon, randy, rayed, rayon, ready, redan, redon, yearn
deedy, deled, demur, doled, dolor, domed, dooly, doomy, dormy, dreed, drool, duomo, dured, elder, elude, emery, emyde, erode, leery, lemur, looed, looey, loury, lured, merde, merle, model, moldy, moody, mooed, moory, morel, mould, muddy, muled, muley, mured, odder, oddly, odeum, odour, odyle, older, oleum, reded, redly, redye, reedy, rodeo, romeo, roomy, ruddy, ruled, udder, uredo, yodel, yodle
bingo, bison, boing, bongs, boric, brigs, bring, brins, briny, brios, bronc, brosy, cions, cobbs, cobby, coign, coins, coirs, corby, corgi, corns, corny, cribs, crony, girns, giron, giros, gorsy, grins, groin, gyron, gyros, icons, incog, irons, irony, nobby, noirs, noisy, noris, orcin, orgic, ornis, ribby, rings, robin, rosin, scion, scorn, sonic, yogic, yogin, yogis, yonic, yonis
acerb, ackee, acred, arced, ardeb, baked, baker, barbe, barde, bared, beard, brace, brake, brave, bread, break, brede, breed, breve, burke, caber, cadre, caked, cared, carve, caved, caver, cedar, ceder, cered, crake, crave, creak, creed, creek, crude, cubeb, cubed, cuber, cured, curve, daube, deave, debar, deuce, drake, drave, dreck, eared, eaved, ebbed, educe, evade, kebab, kebar, raced, raked, rakee, raved, reave, rebbe, rebec, redub, revue
abele, agene, aglee, allee, amble, ample, anele, angel, angle, bagel, becap, began, belga, belle, blame, bleep, cable, camel, celeb, cella, clamp, clang, clean, clepe, eagle, enema, gable, gambe, glace, gleam, glean, gleba, glebe, label, lance, lapel, leben, legal, leman, macle, mange, maple, panel, peace, peage, pecan, penal, pence, place, plage, plane, plebe, plena
adeem, ailed, aimed, aldol, allee, allod, allow, amide, amido, amole, dolma, domal, dowel, dowie, dwell, edema, edile, elemi, elide, famed, felid, fella, field, filed, fille, fillo, flail, flame, fleam, flied, folia, ideal, ileal, ladle, lamed, lawed, limed, lowed, maile, maill, mawed, medal, media, mewed, miaow, mille, modal, model, molal, mowed, oiled, oldie, waled, weald, wedel, wield, wifed, wiled, woald
achoo, ancon, anent, atone, canoe, canon, canto, cento, chant, cheat, cheth, choke, chook, conte, conto, cotan, coven, covet, enact, hacek, hance, hatch, haven, havoc, heath, henna, honan, hooch, hooka, hotch, kench, ketch, kheth, knave, nacho, nance, natch, neath, nonce, nonet, notch, novae, oaken, oaten, ocean, octan, ovate, tache, taken, teach, tench, tenon, thack, thane, thank, theca, token, tonne, vetch
aisle, alley, almes, amies, amyls, ileal, ilial, lames, lewis, limas, limes, limey, lisle, lweis, lyase, maile, maill, mails, males, malls, meals, mealy, mells, mewls, miles, milia, mille, mills, sally, salmi, seamy, silly, slily, slime, slimy, small, smell, smile, swail, swale, swami, swamy, swell, swill, wails, wales, walls, wally, wames, weals, wells, welly, wiles, wills, willy, wyles, yawls, yells, yills, ylems
adrift, aiding, airing, aright, dainty, daring, dating, dinghy, draffy, drafty, drifty, drying, fading, faring, fating, faying, fifing, firing, fright, frigid, fringy, frying, gantry, gradin, grainy, gratin, hading, haffit, haring, hating, haying, hiding, hiring, hydria, ignify, nidify, nighty, nitrid, ratify, rating, raying, riding, righty, tahini, tariff, taring, tiding, tiffin, tiring, trifid, trying, tyring
achier, aeonic, ahchoo, anchor, ancone, archon, cahier, cancer, canine, canner, cannie, cannon, carnie, caroch, chaine, chance, chicer, chinch, choice, chorea, choric, cicero, cocain, cochin, coheir, coiner, cojoin, concha, conine, conner, cornea, corona, cranch, echoic, encina, enjoin, enrich, eonian, hejira, hernia, heroic, heroin, honcho, hoorah, inaner, inarch, ionone, joiner, nannie, narine, ochone, ochrea, orache, orcein, racoon, rancho, recoin, rejoin, rennin, richen, ronion
antler, anyone, aroynt, atoner, attorn, elytra, enroll, etalon, lanely, lanner, lately, latent, latten, latter, lealty, leanly, learnt, loaner, lonely, loreal, lyrate, lyttae, natron, natter, nearly, neatly, net-tly, nonart, notary, notate, orally, ornate, rallye, ratten, rattle, rattly, ratton, really, realty, reloan, rental, ron-nel, rotate, rotten, talent, taller, tanner, tartly, tenant, tetany, tetryl, tolane, toller, tonlet, tonner, torten, treaty, trolly, trotyl, tyrant, yatter
alined, aliped, alpine, audile, daphne, denial, diploe, dipole, eidola, elapid, enhalo, eolian, hailed, halide, haloed, haloid, handle, hauled, hoiden, holden, holdup, holpen, hondle, honied, houdah, indole, inhale, inhaul, ladino, lineup, loaned, louden, louped, loupen, lupine, nailed, nodule, opined, pained, paulin, pedalo, penial, phenol, phonal, phoned, pineal, pinole, planed, pleiad, ponied, unipod, unlade, unlaid, unlead, unload, unpaid, unpile, upheld, uphold, upland, upload
cering, chitin, cither, citing, citrin, cretin, cringe, ech-ing, echini, engirt, enrich, ethnic, gieing, ginger, gin-ner, grinch, hewing, hieing, hinger, hinter, hiring, ignite, incite, intern, intine, irenic, nigher, nitric, richen, ricing, tewing, thrice, tieing, tinier, tining, tinner, tiring, trench, twiner, twinge, weight, whiner, whinge, whiten, whiter, wincer, winger, win-ier, wining, winner, winter, wiring, wither, within, wit-ing, wrench, wretch, wright, writhe
abying, arming, bagnio, baring, barium, barong, barony, baryon, baying, bigamy, binary, boring, braggy, brainy, briony, brogan, bromin, buying, gabion, gambir, gaming, giaour, gobang, gonium, goring, grainy, granum, gringo, grungy, guying, gybing, gyring, haring, harmin, haying, homing, hominy, hungry, margin, maying, mihrab, mohair, morgan, muggar, muring, oaring, onagri, orangy, orb-ing, origan, ourang, raging, raying, rhombi, rhumba, robing, rubigo, rumina, unhair, urging
advise, aisled, aisles, amides, asides, daises, damsel, dassie, davies, deasil, deisms, devils, diesis, dismal, dismes, ideals, iliads, imides, ladies, lameds, lassie, liaise, mailed, mailes, massed, mavies, medals, medial, medias, mesial, miladi, misled, mislie, missal, missed, missel, sadism, sailed, sal-mis, salved, salves, samiel, selvas, sialid, sidles, silvae, silvas, simile, slaved, slaves, slides, slimed, slimes, smiled, smiles, vailed, valise, valses, vialed, visaed
aorist, argons, argots, aristo, aroint, arsino, gainst, garron, gators, giants, girons, gitano, gnarrs, grains, grants, gratin, gratis, griots, grison, groans, groats, groins, ingots, instar, intros, nitros, norias, oaring, onagri, orangs, organs, origan, raring, rasing, rating, ration, ratios, rigors, rosing, rostra, santir, sarong, sartor, sating, satori, signor, sor-ing, stingo, strain, strang, string, strong, tangos, taring, tigons, tongas, trains, trigon, trigos, tronas
aloetic, argotic, article, calorie, cariole, caroled, carotid, cigaret, ciliate, citadel, coalier, colored, cordage, cordate, cordial, cordite, cotidal, dariole, decalog, decolor, decrial, delator, deliria, deltaic, dialect, dictier, digital, dilater, dilator, diorite, dogcart, edictal, eidolic, ergodic, ergotic, ericoid, erotica, garoted, geoidal, glacier, gladier, glaired, gloated, gloater, gloried, godlier, goliard, gracile, legator, leotard, ligated, located, locater, locator, loricae, oceloid, oolitic, otalgic, radicel, radicle, recital, redcoat, rootage, trailed, triacid, triadic, triaged, triclad
aileron, airhole, alencon, alienor, almoner, archine, armhole, cajoler, calorie, cannier, cannoli, cariole, carline, carmine, chalone, channel, charlie, charnel, chimera, chinone, chlorin, cholera, choline, chorale, choreal, chorial, chorine, claimer, clarion, coalier, coremia, corneal, enchain, encinal, encomia, harmine, helicon, hemiola, hernial, incomer, inhaler, limacon, lineman, loamier, loricae, machine, manhole, manlier, marchen, marline, melanic, melanin, menorah, mineral, minorca, miracle, mochila, monarch, moneran, moraine, narcein, nomarch, nominal, reclaim, rhonchi, romaine, romance
abridge, acceder, acerbic, adenine, aginner, anergic, angered, banding, barding, beadier, beading, beaning, bearing, bending, bracing, brained, branned, breccia, brigade, brigand, cabined, cadence, cairned, cannier, carbide, carbine, carding, craning, cringed, dancing, darning, deaning, deciare, deraign, derange, dreeing, earning, eccrine, encaged, energid, engined, engrain, enraged, generic, gradine, grained, grandee, grannie, greened, greenie, grenade, grinned, iceberg, inbreed, incaged, narcein, nardine, nearing, needier, needing, reading, rebegan, rebegin, recaned, reeding, reginae, reigned, rending, reneged
Edgar Allan Poe
adrenal, aerogel, alleged, alleger, allegro, allonge, aneared, angeled, angered, apanage, apnoeal, apogeal, apogean, aproned, areolae, dalapon, dangler, deplane, deplore, derange, enlarge, enraged, erelong, galleon, galoped, garland, general, gleaned, gleaner, gnarled, goldarn, gonadal, grandee, grandpa, granola, grapnel, grenade, groaned, ladrone, lagered, landler, langrel, lapeled, learned, leopard, operand, padrone, pandora, pandore, paneled, paragon, paroled, parolee, pearled, peonage, pergola, pleader, pledger, pledgor, podagra, pollard, pranged, preaged, preanal, pronged, redpoll, regaled, repanel, replead
aileron, alienor, alimony, almoner, almonry, amidone, amorino, amyloid, andiron, aneroid, annelid, annoyed, annoyer, anodyne, anymore, dariole, dayroom, doomily, doorman, doormen, draymen, earldom, eidolon, inanely, inarmed, inlayer, innerly, ionomer, ladrone, landmen, lardoon, lindane, lineman, loamier, loonier, lordoma, madrone, madrono, malodor, mandrel, mandril, manlier, marline, melanin, melodia, midnoon, midyear, mineral, minored, moidore, moldier, moneran, moodier, moodily, moonier, moonily, moraine, myeloid, nardine, nominal, nonoily, noonday, norland, oinomel, ordinal, readily, rimland, romaine, roomily, yardmen
acnodes, ajowans, anan-kes, ancones, anoraks, arcades, askance, awakens, cajones, canards, candors, cankers, canners, coarsen, conkers, conners, corneas, cowards, cranked, croaked, crowned, dackers, dancers, darkens, deacons, decrown, dockers, dor-neck, downers, jackdaw, jackers, joannes, jordans, knowers, narcose, nonsked, nonwars, onwards, randans, ransack, reckons, redocks, redowas, renowns, scanned, scanner, scorned, scowder, seaward, snacked, sonance, swacked, swanked, swanker, swanned, wanders, wardens, wea-sand, wonders, wonners, wracked
Nat King Cole
aconite, actinon, alencon, aloetic, ancient, aneling, angelic, anglice, ankling, anteing, antigen, antilog, antlike, antlion, atingle, atoning, calking, cannoli, canting, catlike, catling, cloning, coagent, coaling, coating, cognate, coinage, congeal, conking, connate, contain, eanling, elating, elation, enation, encinal, galenic, gelatin, genital, gentian, glaiket, kaoline, keitloa, kenotic, ketonic, kinglet, lacking, lactone, lancing, leaking, leaning, lection, lentigo, linkage, loaning, lockage, locking, necking, negaton, nocking, oatlike, otalgic, tacking, taglike, talcing, talking, tangelo, tanking, toenail, tonnage
Chapter 10: Transadditions
Transadd This Word: Bread
Transadd This Word: Actor
Transadd This Word: Eager
Transadd This Word: Earth
Transadd This Word: React
Transadd This Word: Relay
Transadd This Word: Rides
Transadd This Word: Easel
Transadd This Word: Elder
Transadd This Word: Feast
Transadd This Word: Heart
Transadd This Word: Scout
Transadd This Word: Sharp
Transadd This Word: Sight
Transadd This Word: Horse
Transadd This Word: Ideal
Transadd This Word: Later
Transadd This Word: Least
Transadd This Word: Loser
Transadd This Word: Loves
Transadd This Word: Maker
Transadd This Word: Medal
Transadd This Word: Miles
Transadd This Word: Miner
Transadd This Word: Model
Transadd This Word: Moral
Transadd This Word: Naked
Transadd This Word: Noise
Transadd This Word: North
Transadd This Word: Noted
Transadd This Word: Point
Transadd This Word: Nurse
Transadd This Word: Organ
Transadd This Word: Pearl
Transadd This Word: Press
Transadd This Word: Field
Transadd This Word: Grand
Transadd This Word: Pride
Transadd This Word: Skate
Transadd This Word: Slide
Transadd This Word: Prime
Transadd This Word: Purse
Transadd This Word: Radio
Transadd This Word: Scare
Transadd This Word: Panel
Transadd This Word: Raise
Transadd This Word: Range
Transadd This Word: Canoe
Transadd This Word: Class
Transadd This Word: Crisp
Transadd This Word: Rates
Transadd This Word: Reach
Transadd This Word: Ridge
Transadd This Word: Scale
Transadd This Word: Scene
Transadd This Word: Score
Transadd This Word: Paste
Transadd This Word: Snail
Transadd This Word: Great
Transadd This Word: Price
Chapter 11: Double Scramble First Letters
Will They Come Out Tonight?
Yes or No
Makes a Boat Go
How to Get an A
Made with Bread
Black and White All Over
Room at the Top
Out of This World
One Hump or Two?
A Wake-up Call
Owns a Pitchfork
Would You Like a Burger with Those?
Not Once, Not Three Times
Why Are You So Sour?
It May Be Wild
See It in a Parade
They are Open or Shut
Purchase at a Nursery
Time to Clean
Five for a Dollar
Holds Things Together
Keep It on Hand
Eat Like a King
It Flows through Us
A Giant Swimmer
A Good Deal
A Good Turn
Pick Up from School
Where Cows Live
Made of Metal
Some Elbow Room
Out of Practice
A Circus Worker
Strike a Pose
Term of Endearment
The Third Planet from the Sun
Rub a Dub Dub
The Remains of a Tree
Chapter 12: Double Scramble First and Last Letters
Where does Robin keep her money?
What do airline pilots like to eat?
PIE IN THE SKY
What did the actor say to the gymnast?
BREAK A LEG
What is Apollo's rarely used color?
What is New York's favorite snack?
What is a bell called that is exactly like another?
What do you do when you can't avoid a concert?
FACE THE MUSIC
What do you call a big event in the meadow?
What happens at all-you-can-eat restaurants?
Where do insects shop?
What is a jester's jewelry made out of?
What does a safe tree climber not want to do?
GO OUT ON A LIMB
What will a runner do, if required?
GO THE EXTRA MILE
What music has the most weight?
What greeting is also a slap?
What words are magical?
Where do you put things with certainty?
IN THE BAG
Where do things go for your best view?
IN YOUR FACE
Where does one go to learn about climbing plants?
How did the bird cross the road?
What can you do at a door for good luck?
KNOCK ON WOOD
What does a fiber expert grasp?
KNOW THE ROPES
What do you call a rolling gun?
What do you say during a spring emergency?
What do you call a refusal to play games?
What do you call something that comes from a sleeve?
OFF THE CUFF
Where is an excessive place to go?
OVER THE TOP
How do you tell a plumber to be quiet?
What part of the head can make music?
PLAY BY EAR
How can you stop a vacuum cleaner?
PULL THE PLUG
How is a weatherman paid?
Is it time to wake up?
RISE AND SHINE
What is a handy guide, even if not completely accurate?
RULE OF THUMB
What bovine is considered holy?
What bearded one will always take the blame?
What do you call target practice at night?
SHOT IN THE DARK
What does a disappointed vintner eat?
What do you do if you want to marry some rope?
TIE THE KNOT
Who is your patriotic relative?
What color is a bad place to be for a business?
IN THE RED
Where can you find a basketball player who is really with it?
ON THE BALL
What should you take when you leave work?
GET THE SACK
What does a driver strike when he is ready to leave?
HIT THE ROAD
What does a marksman do when he starts too fast?
JUMP THE GUN
Where can you get something a little strange?
OFF THE WALL
Where is the perfect place to be if you are noncommittal?
ON THE FENCE
What does an Eskimo try to do at a party?
BREAK THE ICE
What do artists do when they have had enough?
DRAW A LINE
Where a bicycle racer likes to ride.
IN THE GROOVE
Where does a hiker go who is past his prime?
OVER THE HILL
What should you do if you talk the talk?
WALK THE WALK
What should a person in charge do?
CALL THE SHOTS
What does a lion tamer do for attention?
CRACK THE WHIP
What does a bachelor do?
PLAY THE FIELD
The best time ever.
What will a rock break even though it is a barrier to promotion?
What does a shape eat?
What do you call a flowery place to sleep?
BED OF ROSES
What do you call an important person with something large on his head?
How do you color someone guilty?