Give me an anagram that's relevant to the original word or phrase from which it's made.

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Here are some witty examples found on the web: Elvis=lives; listen=silent; eleven plus two=twelve plus one; dormitory=dirty room; schoolmaster=the classroom.

PartyOfOnes avatar PartyOfOne I found this on the web +3Reply

dormitory=dirty room;
mother-in-law=woman hitler

PhilboydStudges avatar PhilboydStudge I found this on the web +1Reply
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@2136179

Hello - good morning, Gun!
Don't worry and try
Tacocat = toccata

I couldn't resist to share a Toccata with you (do you like Chopin?)
YouTube video thumbnail

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@2136502

I hope that my proposal was not too boring for you - lol.

You might have preferred
Glen Gould playing Bach's Toccata in E minor : YouTube video thumbnail

Have a wonderful Sunday!

Snooze Alarms = Alas! No more Z's

MsTss avatar MsTs I found this on the web +1Reply

lemon = melon
retainer = raintree
teacher = cheater
weather = wreathe
worth = throw

Remembering:
dormitory = dirty room

therapist = the rapist
Evian = naive

@Sukiesnow therapist = the rapist Evian = naive

Hello Sukiesnow, the anagrams went lost ...
Have a wonderful afternoon! smile smilie

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@2139075

Wasps - Swaps
Lips - Slip
Bowling - Blowing

Evian, a mineral water company and a label from
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89vian-les-Bains
gave me an idea:

May I also enter two geographical names?

Genove - Venoge
(a kind of Danish liquor) and
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venoge_%28river%29 (a small river)

position - options

Siena (Italian city) - anise

Roma (or Romani = gypsies, or Rome in Italian) - Amor (Roman deity)

@Marianne position - options Siena (Italian city) - anise Roma (or Romani = gypsies, or Rome in Italian) - Amor (Roman deity)

Oops! Correct
position (poison it, I point so),
or replace with "potions" = options,
or stop = spot/pots,
or scone = cones,

or

situation = "anti" is out, oat in suit
prettiness = persistent

@Marianne position - options Siena (Italian city) - anise Roma (or Romani = gypsies, or Rome in Italian) - Amor (Roman deity)

Wasps - Swaps
Lips - Slip
Bowling - Blowing

Evian, a mineral water company and a label from
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89vian-les-Bains
gave me an idea:

May I also enter two geographical names?

Genove - Venoge
(a kind of Danish liquor) and
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venoge_%28river%29 (a small river)

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