- n.An anagram in which the new word or phrase has a similar meaning to the original word.Example Citation:"But it is even more fascinating when we reconfigure words into other words that bear a meaningful relationship to the base. These significant tandems are called aptagrams — words that anagram into their own synonyms."— Richard Lederer, "Looking at language; Check out this ever-changing parade of antigrams," The Patriot-Ledger, March 22, 1997Related Word:Category:
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antigram — adj. An anagram in which the new word or phrase is the opposite of the original. Example Citation: The converse of the aptagram is the antigram. In antigrams, a word or phrase gets rejuggled into another word or phrase that bears a meaning… … New words
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