Surreyman on 01/15/2007
Well, someone had to invent the word!
Hey - this one might take off and make the Oxford English Dictionary - here it is, researchers, first use discovered in Sploofus, 2007!
Antigrams? Simply means they're not anagrams.
For instance, 'ruse' is an anagram - it can be re-formed into 'sure'.
'England' is an antigram - its letters cannot be re-formed into any other word.
So the sentence in each question contains many antigrams but only one anagram.
You find the one word that is not an antigram (or, if you prefer, IS an anagram of another word).
Couldn't be easier?
(PS: Don't filch the idea for your own quiz - it's a xxxxx sight harder to construct than you might think - and than I thought!).
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