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Synonyms for anagrammatical

related to anagrams or containing or making an anagram


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In Chapter 4, the weather converges with anagrammatical blackness, where the repetition of antiblack politics, policy, quotidian violence, social arrangements and more form the atmosphere for Black being and Black peoples.
Her anagrammatical name tells us that she is a constructed person; Diam read backwards spells "made", but at the same time she is also a young woman, a "maid", who is subject to Alian Sandme's voyeuristic curiosity, and that is why he completes her appearance with features extracted from a cubist circumspection of her appearance:
It is more than an anagrammatical poem.Recreational linguists are familiar with the following "-gram" family members: anagram, pangram, isogram, even the obscureautomynorcagram.
Because they lacked a self-substantiating other, the Goth could scarcely even verify the presumed superiority of their own culture and so succumbed to a "philosophy of despair" summed up in another of the celebrated utterances of Dota: "And are we actually to be the least intelligent race in our endimions?" In a move that anticipates his subsequent major revision of the Divine Game of Order, Koax rejects the inherent pessimism of this worldview in an anagrammatical reformulation of the question: "Determine how catalytic an elite is; use our talent and learning-lobe." This response, our narrator observes, is
What is less often acknowledged is the significant role of the anagrammatical relationship between the words diamonds and maidens and the names of a number of these treasured females.
This time the anagrammatical approach wouldn't work; Junius was using another code.
(2.) One of the undercover pleasures of the name Bendo is the anagrammatical double duty it can do, in the service either of chastity or of cheat, depending on whether you read it to suggest "no bed" or "on bed."
For example, at the end of the last century, a painter whose name we would certainly have otherwise forgotten, Paul Serusier, worked out a "theory of complementary colors" as attractive as it was unusable at a practical level, and, not to be outdone, we have seen, in recent years, writers toiling away and exhausting themselves in the construction of texts relying entirely upon dreary sequences of anagrammatical acrobatics more or less inspired by Saussure or again by a celebrated psychoanalytical guru.
I am thinking of the last line of Yeats's poem: "I hear it in the deep heart's core." You sense that the "heart" is only an anagrammatical twist away from the "earth," and you can't help feeling a landed love--not just a love of nation but some kind of geophilia.
The sonority of exoticism gives way to the rather cacophonous Argueil with its anagrammatical resonance of glaire and, more pertinently, argile, the chief component of its soils.