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"The Miss World Beauty Contest"->"Brunettes mostly, so I watched." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean"->"Jointly dance to Ravel. Spin her hard!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Italian actress Sophia Loren"->"O, has Latin lips, an erotic arse." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The snooker player Hurricane Higgins"->"He's Irish. Pocket a long green in a hurry." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The Morecambe and Wise Show"->"We were both sham comedians." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Star Wars Episode II – Attack of the Clones"->"As art, it's a shit piece of adolescent work." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Reading Rock Festival"->"Acid freaks revel tonight!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Albert de Salvo, the infamous Boston Strangler"->"Mr. Felon gave blondes substantial sore throat." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Peter William Sutcliffe"->"Will rip cute, fit females." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Acorn Superglide Stairlift"->"Tell our gran this aid is perfect." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Japanese sport of sumo wrestling"->"Lot of gross men just wear nappies." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"George A. Romero's 'Night of the Living Dead'"->"Flesh-eating horror video. I gagged? Not me!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Guild of Professional Estate Agents"->"Gets paid to go sell a naff house in street." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"'The Little Mermaid and Other Tales' by Hans Christian Andersen"->"At bedtime his neat children's stories may enthral and enthral." (by David A. Green by hand) (2005)
"The Western Australian Deaf Society"->"It's often true we can't hear easily. Sad!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The professional wrestler Big Daddy"->"Derided person with a gross, fat belly." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Alan Myatt, the loudest town crier in the world"->"My, what a din! The content will torture old ears." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The author Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse"->"I wrote novel. Result promised laugh. Ha! He-He!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Agatha Christie's play 'The Mousetrap'"->"Rat? Oh, cheese apparatus might slay it!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The late Lord Longford (Francis Aungier Pakenham)"->"A gallant prison reformer – and he loathed f**king!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Australian Medical Association"->"It actions a cure and aims to heal ails." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'"->"'Hurrah!' I said, 'and truly one of the best Sherlock novels.'" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Sword Swallowers Association International"->"Wince as I lower it... Alas, sore throat and tonsils now!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Canadian Association for People Who Stutter"->"So, ca-can i-it help us o-o-orate with n-no daft repeats?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Chelsea Pensioners"->"Each person's senile!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers"->"O, c**ts make horrific sport decisions at crease." (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Australian Medical Association"->"Aim is to cure Sheila-Land's catatonia!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"An hermaphrodite"->"O, I'm part he and her!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Sir Paul McCartney, ex-Beatle bass guitarist"->"Natural baby! Creates great sixties LP music" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Frederick and Rosemary West from Gloucester"->"Two nasty murderers of carefree girls. Dock 'em!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Albert Pierrepoint, the last official British executioner"->"I tie Ruth Ellis aloft in the perfect noose. Barbaric exit. RIP." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Burke and Hare, the infamous bodysnatchers"->"Idea... unearth fresh human Scot bones by dark!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"E.Nesbit: The Railway Children"->"We'll die in the train crash. Bye!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind"->"Fame! Neil A. Armstrong plants feet on a moon and talks hip." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Erich von Daniken's 'Chariots of the Gods'"->"Crank has no good evidence for this shit." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Listerine antiseptic mouthwash"->"Triumph! It can sweeten halitosis." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln"->"Fanatical sniper man shot his nation's leader. Sob!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"'The Adventures of Rupert, the Little Lost Bear' by Mary Tourtel"->"Her eternal theme strip about truly dull soft toy vertebrate." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"William Tunstall-Pedoe's 'Crossword Maestro'"->"Smartass tool: it will produce model answers." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Armistead Maupin"->"Admit I'm up an arse!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Sabrina, the teenage witch"->"Gee, I enchant with a breast!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Leo Sayer's 'The Definitive Hits Collection'"->"I listen to his fine cheesy old voice rattle." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"A bit on the side"->"O, he's at it in bed!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The philanthropist Thomas Barnardo"->"That British patron: Orphan lad homes." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Massage Parlours"->"Orgasms Are Us, pal!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"'The Virgin Soldiers' by Leslie Thomas"->"Ah, his best-seller is long dirty movie." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Harry Houdini, the famous escapologist"->"I'm easily out of tough ropes, hard chains." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Count Donatien Alphonse Francois de Sade"->"I'd sentence to rod and cane. Ooh, painful ass!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"'The Murders in the Rue Morgue' by Edgar Allan Poe"->"You remember... one ape hurt and slaughtered girl." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The famous English artist Laurence Stephen Lowry"->"Yes, 'e prefers the gaunt South Lancashire mill town." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Arthur Schopenhauer"->"Sheer crap Hun author." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Anatoly Karpov, the Russian world chess champion"->"Rash position... shall move stray pawn around... check!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Rosemary Conley's 'The Complete Hip and Thigh Diet'"->"Her caloric method? Hey, simply stop eating! The end." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The Silence of the Lambs"->"To belch I eat men's flesh." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The famous German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen"->"Makes much gross, anal noise, no? Zap the motherf**ker!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Bernard Law Montgomery"->"Bent old army warmonger." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Rolf Harris’s autobiography ‘Can You Tell What It Is Yet?”"->"Who? Ugly photos of hairy Australian celebrity artist." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The Hunt Saboteurs’ Association"->"Tenacious shout at horses: ‘Ban it!’" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Cadbury's Timeout"->"A customer'd buy it." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Rossendale Pet Crematorium and Memorial Gardens"->"Dead terrier, mad animal corpses, monuments galore." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"The Royal National Institute for the Blind"->"Hands-on tuition in Braille: “Try to feel that”." (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"CRASH Hedgehog Hospital"->"Car… oh God…. Splat!… sigh…he-he!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"Mohammed Atta, the Islamic fundamentalist terrorist"->"This frustrated, militant Moslem man: Death to America!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2001)
"‘The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole’ by Sue Townsend"->"Story where I featured an adolescent boy's mind." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Mr. Universe Contest"->"Monster chest, I venture." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Actress Natalie Portman"->"Cast me a star part in 'Leon'." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The late American porn actress Linda Lovelace"->"I'll deep throat: camera's lens can reveal action!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Harpic Mountain Pine Toilet Fresheners"->"Their aim: to repel stench of urine in pans." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Norwegian soprano, Kirsten Flagstad"->"Entertains with folksongs, a grand opera." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The sinking of the Titanic"->"Hitting of ice sank it, then." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Store Detective"->"To deter thieves, etc." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Laurens Van der Post"->"Travels around, pens." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The sensory deprivation tank"->"It's very dark, no noise. Apt, then!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Whitley Strieber's 'Transformation'"->"Fantasist moron. He writes terribly." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Thirty Nine Steps'"->"He directs, then, that nice short spy flick." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Michael Palin: 'Around the World in Eighty Days'"->"Pythonic man's holiday guide: I'll wander Earth." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's stage musical 'The Phantom of the Opera'"->"He sang banal tripe, but it's the composer who was really deformed!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Libresse’s disposable incontinence pads"->"Senescence: Soil, dribble, do a piss in pants." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The singer Meat Loaf"->"More fat genitals, eh?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"‘Cooking For Blokes’ by Duncan Anderson and Marian Walls"->"A man on own snacks on bland rail food like candy, burgers." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders"->"Moan is, softhearted staff are too lenient on incarcerated felons." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Somerfields Supermarket chain"->"Merchants of pasteurised milk here." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The historian David Irving"->"Hah! Ignorant divisive dirt." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The famous Tiller Girls dancing troupe"->"Adroit chorus line lift up leg garments!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The boy band New Kids On The Block"->"Think back: they'd be old bones now!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Australian synchronised swimming duet"->"Smiling antics: I had my nose shut under water," (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"P. Loftus and Son, Funeral Directors"->"Is full of rotted corpses and an urn." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Phil Drabble, presenter of 'One Man and His Dog'"->"A London sheepfarmer nobbed his darling pet." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Victoria Wood - As Seen on TV"->"Naive TV actor is so wooden." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The war correspondent Kate Adie"->"Career: edit red-hot tank weapons." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Police Complaints Authority"->"I'm hit at copper station: yell 'Ouch!'" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The famous English actress Joyce Grenfell"->"Girl seems such a jolly hen off centre stage." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Sabrina White, Miss Gay America"->"Mama's nice big arse: it was hairy!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Royal National Institute for Deaf People"->"Dont hear a peep, if at all. Leery of tinnitus, too." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The soap actress Danniella Westbrook"->"Hit coke: nasal parts were soon blasted!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The sports commentator David Coleman"->"Heard spectators commend. I'm on TV alot." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The wrestler Kendo Nagasaki"->"Regret is, he wanks a lot naked." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The wrestler Kendo Nagasaki"->"Karate strike legend has won." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Nigel Benn, the Dark Destroyer"->"Dandy bloke re-enters the ring." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Microsoft Frontpage Technical Support"->"Oops, if PC falters contact or ring them up." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The artist Nicolas Poussin"->"He paints tits, ass, in colour." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Conan the Barbarian stories by Robert E. Howard"->"A bent boys hero, that bare-chested, no-brain warrior." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The US screen actor Anthony Perkins"->"Attacker seen in ‘Psycho’ turns on her…" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The World Champion darts player Eric Bristow"->"Hey, crap limp-wristed throw at board. Nil score." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The National Association of Master Bakers"->"Breathe in aroma of toast, cakes in tins also." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Flat Earth Society of Australia"->"I state as fact they are full o' hot air." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"‘Juice: Electricity for Pleasure and Pain’ by Uncle Abdul"->"Babe, I usually apply fierce current: induced a nice jolt!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"‘The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Mysteries’ by Colin Wilson"->"I really dont believe in nosy old women psychics, UFOs, etc." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Simon Wiesenthal’s autobiography ‘Justice not Vengeance’"->"O, a responsible voice. You hunt the men acting against Jews." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Tracey Emin's tent sculpture ‘Everyone I Have Ever Slept With’"->"Perceptively enumerates her c**t's evil history. A wet event!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Gilbert O'Sullivan's 'Greatest Hits'"->"O, the best-selling artist is vulgar." (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2002)
"The Mcafee VirusScan Professional"->"Save a PC user from infection hassle." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Crystal Spray Body Deodorants for men"->"O, persons stay dry, dry and comfortable." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The American Polygraph Association"->"O, they spot a scheming paranoiac liar." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Ellen MacArthur's autobiography 'Taking on the World'"->"That naughty record-breaking sailor woman. Hullo pet!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Ellen MacArthur's autobiography 'Taking on the World'"->"Sail yacht another leg around globe. Triumphant work." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Geri Halliwell's autobiography 'Geri:Just for the Record'"->"O, the horror! Feature a really old Spice Girl with big jugs." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Robert Earl Hughes, the heaviest man in the world."->"Truth is, he’s all rear-end, an over-weight behemoth." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The surrealist painter Salvador Dali"->"I, a real dull, overrated Spanish artist." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Tourette's Syndrome Association"->"Means they tic or utter noises. Too sad." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Robson Walton, the richest man in the world"->"Shrewd merchant has billion or two nett, no?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Parachute Association of Ireland"->"Uh, I drop into the ocean, alas. It's a farce!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The British Medical Acupuncture Society"->"Ouch, my sciatic hip... but needle art cures it!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Cyberscrub Professional Edition"->"Buy it, for it erases obscene child porn." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Mark Knopfler the guitarist and lead singer with Dire Straits"->"A first-rate plonker! He wails, makes a right turgid, strident din." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The English crime writer Ruth Rendell"->"Cheer her thrilling new murder titles." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Myra Hindley and Ian Brady, the infamous Moors Murderers"->"They buried remains of so many in mud or dreary marshland." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The National Association of Chimney Sweeps"->"In my opinion a waif cleans the ashes, soot, etc." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Baader-Meinhof Gang"->"Ah, die of German bang!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The American Pit Bull Terrier"->"The cur, it'll re-bite repairman!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"‘Remembrance of Things Past’ (Volume One) by Marcel Proust"->"Maps out a most superb French novel celebrating memory." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The chat show host Michael Parkinson"->"Hah! I watch him talk to chosen persons." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome"->"Torment for poor dying child: he ages in rush." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The television gardener Alan Titchmarsh"->"Veteran act, this man. He'll dig rose in earth." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The stand-up comedians Mike and Bernie Winters"->"Wankers didn't impress the audience one bit, man!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The impressionist Alistair McGowan"->"At worst, this person is a genial mimic." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The stand-up comedians Syd Little and Eddie Large"->"Stage act didn't (really didn't) amuse. Needed polish." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The American stand-up comedienne Ruby Wax"->"Indeed, a crap buxom wench may entertain us." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The singer Artemios (Demis) Ventouris Roussos"->"Is tiresome enormous-arsed sight on TV. Sure is!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The stand-up comedian Bernie Clifton"->"End up in feeble Ostrich Man act, don't I?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The Worshipful Society of Freemasons"->"A few shy policemen hoist trousers off!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Stand-up comedienne Marti Caine"->"Maintain didn't once crease me up." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water"->"It's Jaws Two: But once again we / they outfought the shark." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"The daredevil motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel"->"My machine'll levitate over ten, eleven odd trucks." (by David A. Green by hand) (2002)
"Happiness is a cigar called Hamlet"->"I'm all shipshape? Alas, I'd get cancer." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The crime fiction writer Dorothy L. Sayers"->"My rich stories often deal with icy terror." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The late singer Maurice Ernest Gibb"->"In truth, I'm a Bee Gee's starring celeb." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"American Express?... That'll do nicely, sir"->"Richer lad mentions real sexy plastic." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"'Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle' by Edgar Rice Burroughs"->"Truth'll be our hero's big, rugged and crazy for Jane!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Waitrose Thick Pine Disinfectant"->"Antiseptic: Whee! it can rid of stink." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The late horror films actor Peter Cushing"->"He'll star much in repeats of Gothic terror." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood"->"Held that huge bunch of olden memories." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The National Trust Museum of Childhood, Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire"->"Ha! In truth such a lot of dull, dusty and rubbishy old memories here." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The American Dental Society of Anesthesiology"->"So, one may need gas if incisor teeth totally ache." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Butlins Holiday Camp at Clacton-on-Sea"->"Botulism, cheap location and nasty chalet!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Anna Sewell's 'Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse'"->"Tale about hapless ebony nag. I hate her awful, scary book." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Memoirs of Giacomo Girolamo Casanova"->"Me? Oh I'm after a cosmic vaginal orgasm. Oooo!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The softcore porn actress Chloe Vevrier"->"Creeps love her to cavort in fresh corset." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children"->"O matron! Rather nice Dr helps school kids get fitter." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"'Combatting Cult Mind Control' by Steve Hassan"->"Can't stand the Rev Moon's bullying mob tactics." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"George Formby's 'Leaning on a Lamp Post'"->"Goofy ol' gentleman; embarrassing pop!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Society for Editors and Proofreaders"->"Do the aforesaid find typoes or errors, etc?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Family Fortunes with Les Dennis"->"News instead? Yes, I'll turn him off!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Roald Amundsen, the first man to reach the South Pole"->"In a nutshell, he foot tramped home across the tundra." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie"->"She plays never-ending futile noise, etc." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The National Association of Schoolmasters and Union of Women Teachers"->"On occasion, a new class is real monotonous; then I had tea in the staff room." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society"->"Hated violence with harpoon in Scotland, yes?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"->"Dudes snatch city cash, bunk, and die!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Anusol Haemorrhoid Cream"->"Oh, I smear load on rear, chum." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The American Society of Ocularists"->"Oh, so constructs me a artificial eye." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Bulimia and Anorexia Nervosa Association"->"O, I starve in a room and I can also exhibit nausea." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The kidney dialysis machine"->"Hey, it may handle sick inside." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Colombian drugs trafficker Pablo Escobar"->"Cartel boss: he'd grab a profit from bulk cocaine." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial: A Novel' by William Kotzwinkle and Melissa Mathison"->"Small Earth boy who met a wizened, latex-like alien on TV. Isn't Star Trek similar?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"->"A man with axe chases actress." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"'The Premature Burial' by Edgar Allan Poe"->"Ah, tell Grim Reaper: "Be up and about early!"" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The weather presenter Sian Lloyd"->"O, westerly rains threatened. Help!" (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"Charles Atlas, the World's Most Perfectly Developed Man"->"Well, the poser modelled very flat stomach and star pecs." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"'Venomous Creatures of Australia: A Field Guide with Notes on First Aid by Struan K. Sutherland"->"I gather it's full of enormous snakes and various awful, dreaded critters that bite you in anus." (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Napoleonic Wargaming Society"->"Men with ocean-a-going toy replicas." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The National Hyperactive Children's Support Group"->"Parents don't cope, huh? Our girl can't EVER sit happily." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The New Olympus Digital Camera"->"I'll want home-made gay pictures!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus'"->"Here, he reanimated smelly trunk of shy monster person." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Restricted Growth Association of Denmark"->"In short, seeks to contact midget or dwarf, I hear." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Ten Most Wanted List"->"We aim to detain and get the bent US villains off our streets." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The British jockey Peter Scudamore"->"Boy jumped the trickiest horse race." (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"Dracula, Prince of Darkness"->"Snarl! Sucker fancied a drop!" (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"Infamous serial killer Doctor Harold 'Fred' Shipman"->"Ah, afraid I'll harm/murder lot of sick old pensioners." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The former Ugandan dictator Idi Amin"->"Oh, am a fat murdering cretin and idiot." (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"Matthew Hopkins, the Witch-Finder General"->"That chap, he frightened wrinkliest women." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The British Dental Hygienists' Association"->"As I see it, tooth's clean, bright... and it is shiny!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Ballad of John and Yoko"->"Fella had Tokyo hand job, no?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children"->"Hasn't fat, repellent kid got hemorrhoids? Is correct." (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"'Desert Island Discs' with Roy Plomley"->"Did cretin's show re-play melody lists?" (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Portsmouth Dermatology Centre, St. Mary's Hospital"->"Ghastly doctor has plot to put thermometers in my arse!" (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"'Mastermind' with Magnus Magnusson"->""I'm smart!" Smug-sounding man, wasn't he?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The legendary Scottish pirate Captain Kidd"->"I'd daringly threatened to attack spice ship." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The American Blind Golfers' Association"->"And on occasion a regret if I miss the ball." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The American Gastroenterological Association"->"I go into cloaca, large intestine or stomach areas." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Origami Society of the Netherlands"->"They are into folding each sheet so trim." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Cussons Imperial Leather"->"It cleans up her oil smears." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The South African Kite Flyers Association"->"Ah, our toys can float far in the cities' skies." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Family Planning Association"->"As I'm on the pill, fancy it again, son?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
""The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" by William L. Shirer"->"Herr Hitler - it'll half-describe how his tin army failed." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Native American Indian smoke signals"->"Can I send it via a message in normal ink?" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Doris Day Animal Foundation in Washington"->"Odd load of nannyish, humanitarian, townie gits." (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"The Norwegian School of Veterinary Science"->"They care for cows - even in N. Oslo, I gather. Nice!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2003)
"Maharishi Mahesh Yogi"->"Heigh-ho! I'm a hairy mass." (by David A. Green using Anagram Genius) (2004)
"Rob van Driesum: 'The Lonely Planet Guide to Amsterdam'"->"A tremendous value, maybe, to old men in red-light parts." (by David A. Green by hand) (2004)
"The Carlsberg brewery in Copenhagen, Denmark"->"Bet grown men drink cheap lager nearby. Cheers!" (by David A. Green by hand) (2004)
"Grecian Plus Gray Control Foam"->"May return color of aging scalp." (by David A. Green by hand) (2004)
"The famous Norwegian singer Morten Harket"->"Few Northern mouths making a greater noise." (by David A. Green by hand) (2004)
"Save the Children"->"Hence lads thrive." (by David A. Green by hand) (2004)
"The film 'Last Tango in Paris' by Bernardo Bertolucci"->"Nice, albeit bog-filthy, picture stars Marlon Brando." (by David A. Green by hand) (2004)
"The English suffragette campaigners Emmeline, Sylvia, and Dame Christabel Pankhurst"->"Half-demented females creating rumpus by chaining themselves against the park rails." (by David A. Green by hand) (2005)
"'Born Free: A Lioness of Two Worlds' by Joy Adamson"->"Enjoy sober story of a woman's bond for wild Elsa." (by David A. Green by hand) (2005)
"The terracotta soldiers of Emperor Shi Huang Ti"->"Here march the rigid statues of Oriental troops." (by David A. Green by hand) (2005)
"Uncle Tom's Cabin, or Life among the Lowly' by Harriet Beecher Stowe"->"A nice story: we chiefly met Negroes who labor but become in thrall." (by David A. Green by hand) (2005)
"Russian ballet dancer Rudolf Khametovich Nureyev"->"Unrivalled, he's famously bravoed in the 'Nutcracker'" (by David A. Green by hand) (2005)
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