BaseAuthorYear/Month/Number
 
Alternade
Algeria; Agra, leiCORN COB1988/05/37
ballooned; blond, aloeTUT1976/05/65
ballooned; blond, aloeVEBRILE2002/01/29
benevolentness; belts, even, noneXEMU1994/08/06
bleariest; beret, laisIXAXAR1992/05/53
bloodier; bode, loirSTITCH1985/03/55
board; bad, orRASTELLI1996/12/08
breath; bet, rahCARNATION1979/08/10
calliope; clip, aloeRANDOM WALK1979/01/09
calliope; clip, aloeNON SEQUITUR1994/07/33
causes; cue, assBODOLPH1982/02/07
chains; can, hisNOHOLDS BARD1987/08/71
chairs; car, hisBRUTUS1976/07/06
cheerier; cere, heirIXAXAR1985/03/17
collapses; class, olpeTUT1974/11/60
collude; clue, oldDOUBLE-H1982/06/23
courses; cuss, oreIXAXAR1996/02/19
fairness; fins, AresNOHOLDS BARD1985/05/30
fiacre; far, iceNOHOLDS BARD1985/01/80
foiled; fie, oldNEOPHYTE1976/11/29
friend; fin, redBODOLPH1979/02/45
friend; fin, redIXAXAR1992/03/72
friend; fin, redRASTELLI1997/12/26
friends; fins, redTUT1975/12/02
hearse; has, ereDADGIE*1976/09/20
hearse; has, ereEBEAM1986/01/35
mountees; mute, onesULK1984/06/70
parrot; pro, artLI'L GAMIN1975/02/23
parrot; pro, artTUT1976/11/05
parrot; pro, artIXAXAR1984/10/18
plaint; pan, litIXAXAR1980/06/03
plaint; pan, litIXAXAR1993/11/21
plaints; pans, litTUT1975/01/33
schooled; shoe, coldTUT1976/07/53
schooled; shoe, coldIXAXAR1985/04/23
scurry; Sur, cryCARNATION1979/07/10
scurry; Sur, cryIXAXAR1993/11/51
snitch; sic, nthUNIQORN1978/12/12
spoiled; sold, pieXEMU1993/06/13
spoiled; sold, pieIXAXAR1996/09/72
spoilt; sol, pitNEOPHYTE1976/02/11
stained; sand, tieUNIQORN1980/08/09
stained; sand, tieIXAXAR1992/12/45
sweaty; set, wayNOHOLDS BARD1985/07/83
sweet; set, weRASTELLI1996/12/09
tabulated; tut, ale, badXEMU1994/08/08
toiled; tie, oldTUT1975/06/06
townie; twi, oneALF1985/07/51
triolet; tilt, roeHUDU1984/07/23
triolet; tilt, roeXEMU1993/05/54
washrooms; who, arm, SOSXEMU1994/08/07
wheedled; Wede, heldSTITCH1989/01/13
 
Alternade (Bigram)
demeaned; dean, meedKAMEL1975/05/61
Miserere; mire, sereTREESONG1980/06/14
restiveness; reives, StensTREESONG1974/12/28
savagery; sage, varyULK1983/05/51
sidereal; sire, dealERGO1983/12/60
supergene; surge, peenTREESONG1974/09/01
 
Alternade (Partially-Reversed)
beatniks; bank, siteMR. TEX1999/04/72
 
Alternade (Reversed)
grains; sir, nagNOHOLDS BARD1986/03/16
thickest; tech, skitKREMLIN1992/05/04
 
Alternade (Trigram)
legal tenders; legend, altersXEIPED*1996/09/63
 
Alterposal
alterposal; aorta, spellCAZIQUE1998/02/19
dependent variable; bepainted, lavenderXEKI*1994/12/62
lambskin; slim, bankXEKI*1994/12/59
Polycrates; place, storyCACHE1995/03/60
 
Backswitch
adept, pedalJERG1983/03/76
amore, RomanJUNIOR1985/07/20
autumn, mutualTREEDU*1982/10/47
autumn, mutualHUDU1990/02/64
cramp, marchAMIGO1983/01/09
cramp, marchKREMLIN1992/06/62
cramp, march53371998/06/42
debtor, hotbedMANGIE1982/02/45
dragnet, en gardeQAQAQ1990/09/56
evening, NinevehKEA2001/07/50
Italy, LatinMERLIN1985/10/55
 
Baltimore Deletion
"Ali"; Al, "A. I.", LiVEBRILE2002/01/22
beast; east, bast, best, beat, BeasQUIP1990/02/59
least; east, last, lest, leat, leasSIOBHAN1993/08/64
seat; eat, sat, set, seaMANGIE1992/03/24
 
Baltimore Transdeletion
angriest; stinger, stagier, retains, teasing, strange, ratings, ingrate, regainsJOKER1987/03/12
chalet; lathe, eclat, letch, teach, latch, leachHAP1988/06/09
discounter; cretinous, construed, introduce, tinderous, incrusted, doctrines, custodier, coinsured, inductors, seductionXEIPON1993/08/47
enactor; carton, recoat, cornet, ornate, cornea, nectar, octaneHAPOWL*1998/03/52
gnarliest; entrails, regalist, stearing, stealing, Tangiers, strangle, starling, integral, SalingerXEIPON1992/09/02
grades; dares, Degas, dregs, rages, drags, EdgarMR. TEX1998/05/10
ignoble; belong, nobile, oblige, bingle, eloign, Boeing, goblinUNIQORN1980/04/01
ingrate; garnet, triage, retina, eating, Tegrin, regain, gratinHAP1986/07/69
ingrates; strange, seagirt, nastier, teasing, resting, erasing, staring, tearingULLY BYRD*1998/10/67
parties; satire, sprite, Pietas, praise, repast, rapist, pirateHAP1988/08/73
pertains; retinas, spirant, sapient, Persian, pterins, raspite, parents, painterQUOI*1989/03/40
regions; soigne, groins, senior, goners, resign, orgies, ignoreHAP1987/04/54
senator; ornate, asnort, orates, tenors, reason, astern, atonesHAP1986/09/53
stride; tried, sired, deist, drest, rites, dirtsPOLLY1995/03/63
trampolines; impersonal, palmitones, pre-Milton's, interposal, meliorants, implanters, protamines, Palmerston, peristomal, trampolins, intemporalXEIPON1993/12/28
 
Beheadment
aalii, aliiMICROPOD1990/06/33
abuses, busesBRUTUS1981/12/67
acanthus, canthusHAPOWL*1997/03/69
Achinese, ChineseNIGHTOWL1985/02/34
ageist, GeistTRAZOM1992/12/54
agreed, greedHAP1974/01/47
agreed, greedPETE TROLEUM1975/04/38
agreed, greedFIDDLE1980/12/49
aisle, islePROBLEM CHILD1974/07/52
amused, musedMIS-KNO-MER1971/10/09
apathetic, patheticBRUTUS1981/07/13
assuming, Ssu-mingLUNCH BOY1999/09/ku01
asteroid, steroidNIGHTOWL1977/10/08
asteroids, steroidsJO THE CAVITY*1987/08/51
Asteroids, steroidsDART1999/01/16
astringent, stringentHAPOWL*2001/01/51
atheism, theismHAP1983/01/73
atrophy, trophyHAP1973/06/35
auntie, untieWABBIT1994/04/21
avenue, venueEOS1979/10/55
avenue, venueIXAXAR1991/05/47
averse, verseIXAXAR1992/10/68
aversion, versionFIDDLE1987/10/55
bad verse, adverse1441985/02/23
banana, ananaPAUL & VIRGINIA1977/06/49
banana, ananaAMIGO1980/09/88
banker, ankerDIKDIK1980/09/69
barmy, armyNIGHTOWL1973/03/42
bassets, assetsKAMEL1976/02/39
bassist, assistWINDJAMMER1986/04/50
bassist, assistUNCANNY1991/04/73
Bavian, avianULK1987/08/42
beagle, eagleHAP1973/07/51
belated, elatedPETE TROLEUM1976/08/21
biffy, iffySAL1990/11/75
biota, iotaMEO1981/09/41
Blackstone, lack stoneMIDURNDIST1972/08/07
blimp, limpVAL1979/08/82
blinger, lingerLARRY1984/03/11
blithe, litheHAP1973/03/44
blithely, lithelyTUT1976/04/03
bluster, lusterQUIP1982/09/15
bobeche, obecheRUTHLESS1987/01/42
bongoing, ongoingPANACHE2002/01/21
bonus, onusIFANDOR1972/02/30
bonus, onusMIS-KNO-MER1973/01/49
bonus, onusLI'L GAMIN1974/10/24
booze, oozeXOR2001/06/91
border, orderDART1999/07/49
bordered, orderedWITCHWORD1979/08/29
bounce, ouncePOLLY1985/10/75
boxhead, oxheadNIGHTOWL1982/06/30
brainstorm, rainstormDADGIE*1976/10/12
brainstorm, rainstormHAP1986/08/41
branch, ranchIXAXAR1995/10/62
brash, rashTUT1973/12/10
broach, roachWABBIT1997/09/58
broad, roadDOUBLE-H1980/10/19
broadside, roadsideMERLIN1972/08/42
broadside, roadsideMANGIE1979/09/23
Broadway, roadwayIXAXAR1981/05/16
bronco, RoncoSPROUT2000/08/cf32
brunt, runtWAXAR*1991/10/42
brushes, rushesJAELTI1988/11/60
bunion, unionTUT1975/01/20
burial, urialFARO1975/03/35
butter, utterHARDRIC1978/08/03
cached, achedMEO1979/01/42
calf, AlfRAINBOW1983/08/45
carousing, arousingTUT1974/09/55
cashier, ashierJOKER1987/11/37
censure, ensureMANGIE1979/10/35
censure, ensureIFANDOR1984/08/05
chad, hadLILITH2001/01/02
changing, hangingMR. TEX2000/11/82
chaste, hasteJUNIOR1986/01/06
chipster, hipsterPANACHE1998/07/53
chirpling, hirplingIFANDOR1981/03/11
chives, hivesBAIRN1979/02/41
choosier, HoosierMANGIE1976/02/55
chose, hoseWABBIT1991/08/40
chubby, hubbyTALON1991/01/38
chubby, hubbyMAYA1994/08/16
chubby, hubbyTAHNAN2001/09/71
chuffy, huffyPEBBLES1991/09/69
clapboard, lapboardMEO1979/02/26
clever, leverIXAXAR1981/01/72
climb, limbWABBIT1991/02/58
climber, limberCERES1981/03/38
climber, limberRABBIT1983/09/16
clobber, lobberIXAXAR1986/11/79
close, loseBODOLPH1977/10/16
close, loseBODOLPH1981/07/10
cluster, lusterIXAXAR1996/12/15
coffer, offerPETE TROLEUM1979/11/20
Condit, on-ditKRAY2001/09/06
coolly, oollyEOS1980/02/57
Coptic, opticEOS1979/09/15
coracle, oraclePLANTON1985/03/08
coverage, overageTUT1979/05/02
coverage, overagePQOGO-PHQRED1989/04/42
coverage, overageEMBER1998/07/44
coveralls, overallsNEOPHYTE1977/02/43
covert, overtMIS-KNO-MER1971/08/01
coverture, overtureNEOPHYTE1977/04/06
craft, raftRABBIT1978/09/81
craftsman, raftsmanFLORDELIS1977/03/42
crambo, RamboNIGHTOWL1974/04/20
crambo, RamboPANACHE1988/07/54
crash, rashVAL1976/12/41
crickets, ricketsTREESONG1986/03/34
crochet, rochetNIGHTOWL1975/08/38
crochet, rochetPOLLY1995/01/27
crockery, rockeryWINDRIFT1980/04/63
crooked, rookedIXAXAR1987/05/61
crural, ruralIXAXAR1983/09/65
crushed, rushedMEPHISTO1976/05/44
cuniform, uniformPHIZZ1987/12/28
curate, urateNIGHTOWL1974/07/37
cy pres, YpresLUNCH BOY1996/05/30
dalliance, allianceHAP1974/02/03
dalliance, allianceKAMEL1979/03/16
dalliance, alliancePOLLY1993/10/42
dalliances, alliancesTUT1976/07/45
delaine, ElaineTYGER1999/08/22
delectable, electableLAUL*2001/02/81
dhurries, hurriesJAELTI1988/11/59
din, inAESOP1993/10/50
dinch, inchJOKER1987/06/58
dinner, innerPETE TROLEUM1976/12/12
Disraeli, IsraeliFANACRO1977/04/64
doloroso, olorosoNIGHTOWL1989/12/56
draft, raftPEN GWYN1989/12/57
dragged, raggedMR. TEX2000/10/61
drift, riftPEN GWYN1989/12/57
drilled dying, rill eddyingBLACKSTONE1977/07/11
drugged, ruggedMR. TEX2000/10/61
Dumbo, umboQED1995/05/67
eaglet, agletLILITH1999/12/18
eastern, asternMACHIAVELLI1981/06/27
Eire, irePETE TROLEUM1977/05/04
equip, QuipIXAXAR1993/06/21
Erebus, rebusIRISH1977/10/33
evanish, vanishSENOR1979/01/14
eyes, yesDEE SWEET1979/09/36
fair, airMEPHISTO1982/08/23
fairway, airwayMERLIN1979/07/22
fanion, anionNIGHTOWL1974/09/49
fax, axHOT2000/04/79
fearful, earfulAV1988/08/14
festival, estivalHAP1982/09/23
fitch, itchPEBBLES1991/09/07
fling, ling100 DOWN1993/11/83
flock, lockDADGIE*1976/04/37
Flockhart, LockhartMUNRO1998/02/39
flummox, lummoxPANACHE1997/02/66
flummox, lummoxEMBER2000/05/75
fodder, odderTUT1975/08/17
folio, olioTUT1980/03/17
frightened, rightenedVOLAR1982/06/42
frigid, rigidHAP1977/10/18
frigid, rigidMICROPOD1990/02/29
frigidity, rigidityTUT1973/10/37
frisking, riskingVIKING1972/08/20
function, unctionBURNT SACK1971/11/06
function, unctionNEOPHYTE1976/08/35
futile, U tileQAQAQ1988/06/55
futility, utilityVOLAR1979/07/68
futility, utilityCORN COB1991/08/66
galas, alasLARRY1976/08/01
gallium, alliumJERG1984/09/32
gangster, angsterKAMEL1978/11/64
gantelope, antelopeFARO1977/05/34
gantelope, antelopeLUNKHEAD*1996/10/43
gastronomical, astronomicalHAP1976/12/32
gastronomical, astronomicalCARNATION1980/01/34
gastronomical, astronomicalWRYBOSH2001/09/79
gastronomy, astronomyPROBLEM CHILD1973/08/03
gastronomy, astronomyARACHNE1986/01/4?
gaunt, auntPHIZZ1991/06/46
gestates, estatesHUDU1992/10/32
ghost, hostDADGIE*1976/07/63
ghurry, hurryNIGHTOWL1980/10/48
glacier, lacierUNCANNY1991/04/04
glass, lassMIDURNDIST1972/05/16
glazier, lazierTWEASER1984/08/11
glazier, lazierMR. TEX1995/06/81
golf action, olfactionNIGHTOWL1978/11/07
goofy, oofyRUTHLESS1984/11/25
Gorgon, OrgonQED1996/05/38
grape, rapeATLANTIC1986/08/60
gratified, ratifiedBRUTUS1979/05/41
greengage, reengageHAP1977/08/11
greengage, reengageULK1988/02/27
greengage, reengageLUNCH BOY1998/06/27
gregale, regaleNIGHTOWL1980/07/18
ground robin, round-robinMERLIN1992/02/60
hairline, airlineWILLz1977/01/21
hallowed, allowedWAXAR*1991/09/59
hanger, angerTUT1975/07/21
hansa, ansaBAM1971/02/14
haunt, auntHAP1979/06/52
hear, earSEABEE1976/04/26
heatable, eatableIXAXAR1990/02/10
herring, erringPROBLEM CHILD1974/12/04
howlet, owletKAMEL1975/08/11
ideal, dealBODOLPH1982/10/10
iguana, guanaHAP1977/02/49
ihi, hiDADA1977/10/42
Ireland, relandLARRY1983/11/11
irises, risesJOKIE*1992/01/60
Isis, sisCRAX1994/09/05
Islander, slanderPHIZZ1988/05/40
islanders, slandersTWEASER1982/06/04
jaguey, agueyGEROGE GROTH1987/07/A0
jaunt, auntWABBIT1999/07/06
jingle, ingleNEOPHYTE1978/03/13
jocular, ocularHAP1978/10/29
jouster, ousterHAP1978/03/72
junction, unctionBURNT SACK1971/11/06
klutz, lutzWABBIT1995/11/70
kmet, metDADA1975/03/32
knight, nightMEO1977/09/06
lability, abilityEARL E. BYRD2001/09/52
la-di-das, AdidasTREESONG1985/08/35
Lamaze, amazeLUNCH BOY1998/08/42
Lamaze, amazeNON SEQUITUR2001/02/02
lapse, apsePOLLY1980/06/05
laspring, aspringALF1991/01/80
lethal, ethalIXAXAR1982/05/08
limitation, imitationBRUTUS1979/08/74
linchpin, inchpinTREESONG1983/05/69
literate, iterateABSOLVER1977/05/11
literate, iterateUNIQORN1981/01/65
loath, oathKAMEL1975/10/38
loud, oudWABBIT1999/11/09
lusher, usherWABBIT1999/12/23
magnification, agnificationFARO1973/08/09
magnification, agnificationNIGHTOWL1997/11/57
"Malice", "Alice"QUIZ1998/07/02
Marietta, ariettaT MCAY1999/07/20
mascots, ascotsCACHE1996/06/04
maxillary, axillaryHAP1981/12/15
member, emberSAL1990/01/03
member, emberCLIO2001/01/54
members, embersDADGIE*1976/06/54
members, embersRAINBOW1983/07/06
migraine, IgraineKREMLIN1985/06/13
migraine, IgraineQAQAQ1989/06/48
migraine, IgraineMARK DOWN*1995/04/78
migraine, IgraineRASTELLI1998/06/31
migraine, IgraineG NATURAL2000/10/25
Minuit, InuitTAHNAN2001/06/63
MIRVing, IrvingULK1997/05/39
mob scene, obsceneWINDJAMMER1983/11/89
morganize, organizeTREESONG1972/03/36
Morpheus, OrpheusPHIZZ1991/12/03
mother, otherBAMBAM1983/07/25
naphtha, aphthaNIGHTOWL1979/11/46
narrow, arrowDOUBLE-H1980/10/19
navigation, avigationFARO1973/09/03
navigation, avigationANEMONE1984/05/23
neither, eitherBAIRN1977/10/80
nemesis, emesisNIGHTOWL1978/12/56
neminem, EminemUCAOIMHU2001/09/66
niota, iotaIXAXAR1986/02/11
noodles, oodlesMEO1982/03/54
notalgia, otalgiaULK1990/01/38
number, umberDANDR2001/12/24
oasis, as-isLOKI-52001/09/21
ocreate, createMERLIN1994/03/22
odour, dourFRAZ1991/08/89
oliver, liverPROBLEM CHILD1975/08/54
opacification, pacificationFIDDLE1979/01/18
opacified, pacifiedIXAXAR1988/10/19
opacify, pacifyLOULI1983/03/17
opinion, pinionPOLLY1990/04/43
oration, rationTUT1979/04/22
oration, rationVAL1980/10/39
otitis, titisNIGHTOWL1987/04/32
otitis, titisMANGIE1993/12/07
overbid, verbidBLACKSTONE1985/05/19
overbid, verbidLUNCH BOY1998/12/34
panther, antherNIGHTOWL1982/09/31
parson, arsonBAIRN1977/06/37
particular, articularSENOR1978/12/66
pelves, elvesPROBLEM CHILD1975/10/17
penchant, enchantTUT1973/09/27
penchant, enchantERGO1983/07/74
penchant, enchantMANGIE1986/04/59
penologist, enologistSAP RICHES*1991/03/68
penology, enologyULK1983/06/78
pentangle, entangleNIGHTOWL1975/10/46
pentangle, entangleALF1984/01/60
phone, honeIFANDOR1971/12/02
pignoration, ignorationMERLIN1994/12/07
pill, illMIDURNDIST1975/06/16
pimply, implyMANGIE1988/05/13
pinnate, innateISFAN1975/08/44
pinto, intoADOBE1994/11/63
pious, IOU'sUFO1984/04/39
Pirate, irateCATBYRD*1998/09/20
plaid, laidKAMEL1979/05/34
plate, lateMIDURNDIST1972/05/16
platitude, latitudeSHRDLU1983/12/43
platitudinarianism, latitudinarianismULK1987/03/78
"Playboy", layboyWINDRIFT1986/01/57
play-offs, layoffsBROOKLYN BRINK1981/07/31
play-offs, layoffsSHRDLU1982/11/02
pleasing, leasingNEOPHYTE1976/06/64
pliability, liabilityTUT1980/06/53
pliable, liablePOLLY1996/01/19
plover, loverTREESONG1975/03/42
plumbago, lumbagoISHMAEL1982/08/13
plumbago, lumbagoLOULI1982/11/18
plumbago, lumbagoJAELTI1989/09/59
plumbago, lumbagoLUNCH BOY1999/08/13
plunker, lunkerIXAXAR1985/06/85
podium, odiumCORN COB1990/04/23
postmark, ostmarkXEMU1994/01/74
pother, otherPROBLEM CHILD1975/09/32
Potomac, OtomacWINDJAMMER1992/10/01
precipe, recipePOLLY1993/12/48
prefer, referRABBIT1978/08/38
preference, referenceIXAXAR1985/05/49
pregnant, regnantSAKR-EL-BAHR1972/10/17
pregnant, regnantTUT1977/04/41
pregnant, regnantBRILLIG1990/06/57
present, resentFIDDLE1979/02/50
present, resentBODOLPH1982/05/18
president, residentIXAXAR1995/09/78
president, residentQUIP2001/06/19
presume, resumeNEOPHYTE1977/05/54
presume, resumeTUT1980/07/08
presumed, resumedACORN1977/02/57
prevision, revisionHARDRIC1978/05/20
proper, roperAV1987/06/61
Prussian, RussianULK1986/12/14
pshaw, ShawSENOR1977/10/48
punch, unchPANACHE2002/01/60
purge, urgeDEE SWEET1981/10/35
pusher, usherADOBE1991/06/11
pusher, usherMANGIE1993/12/57
putter, utterSAL1990/05/49
Qatari, AtariWALLY BERGER*1999/11/66
rabietic, abieticNIGHTOWL1982/04/70
radios, adiosNIGHTOWL1984/08/80
ramble, ambleQUIP2000/01/55
ranger, angerMICROPOD1987/11/69
Ranger, angerPHIZZ1988/05/41
Ranger, angerCATBYRD*1998/09/19
rankle, ankleSTITCH1982/12/19
rectal, ectalIXAXAR1983/04/67
redwood, Ed WoodEMBER1999/09/54
regret, egretPETE TROLEUM1976/07/12
regret, egretIXAXAR1988/07/I04
reject, ejectJUNIOR1985/03/19
rejectamenta, ejectamentaNIGHTOWL1984/11/51
remote, emoteCATO1981/05/24
Rodin, OdinMR. TEX1995/05/21
rosier, osierMANGIE1991/04/23
ruse, useBRYM1977/12/46
Sabbatical, abbaticalBLACKSTONE1978/08/49
sachem, A. ChemA. CHEM1973/04/01
sallied, alliedIXAXAR1984/08/43
sample, ampleGINGER ELLA1980/01/12
sample, ampleAMIGO1981/03/43
scamper, camperDEE SWEET1982/07/68
scan, canEARL E. BYRD2000/01/11
scraps, crapsKEEN1983/07/28
sedition, editionFROST E. ROMAN1974/02/19
sentry, entryBAIRN1978/08/44
seven, evenRAINBOW1984/09/12
seven, evenIXAXAR1998/06/63
sex, exHOHO1973/08/26
sex change, exchangeSENOR1979/08/21
sexist, existFRAZ1989/05/67
sgraffiti, graffitiNIGHTOWL1973/05/37
shaddock, haddockHAP1978/08/33
shaddock, haddockPOLLY1982/07/47
shaddock, haddockANEMONE1985/08/27
shades, HadesMANGIE1981/10/41
share, hareDEE SWEET1982/06/86
shark, harkTUT1974/03/23
sharp, harpRABBIT1978/07/69
shiver, hiverDART1998/06/51
shovel, hovelBRONWYN1980/07/25
Sicily, icilyMANGIE1977/01/05
Sicily, icilyLARRY1983/11/12
signore, ignoreWINDJAMMER1991/07/65
simply, implyTUT1977/08/03
simply, implyUNCANNY1991/01/28
sketch, ketchPOLLY1993/11/31
SKU, KUPANACHE1995/11/ku01
slanders, LandersVAL1978/09/29
slaughter, laughterPETE TROLEUM1973/01/22
slaughter, laughterTUT1975/11/67
slaughter, laughterCAZIQUE1997/12/41
slavish, lavishHAP1985/04/27
slavish, lavishTWEASER1988/01/34
slavish, lavishKAPGIE*1993/03/50
slicker, lickerTWEASER1982/07/40
slopes, lopesRABBIT1977/09/35
smitten, mittenMR. TEX1999/01/57
snaked, nakedJOKIE*1988/08/49
Spain, painBODOLPH1981/08/39
speculate, peculateWINDRIFT1981/09/15
speculation, peculationTUT1974/02/28
speculation, peculationQUIP1994/01/66
spending, pendingBAIRN1979/05/47
spinto, pintoARACHNE1988/01/59
spray, prayADOBE1991/11/28
spriest, priestJOKIE*1988/09/13
spriest, priestWAXAR*1997/02/12
spriest, priestLILITH2002/01/30
sprinters, printersFRAZ1990/05/60
spurge, purgeNIGHTOWL1975/03/50
squail, quailHAP1978/11/51
squawk, quawkKAMEL1978/09/76
squiz, quizMp1983/08/23
state, TateLOOPHOLE1992/09/45
stench, tenchTUT1974/05/21
stench, tenchIXAXAR1990/06/44
stickler, ticklerJOKER1989/07/13
stipple, tippleGAB-F1996/03/58
stone-deaf, tone-deafNIGHTOWL1973/07/25
stopple, toppleIXAXAR1980/09/06
strain, trainDART1999/07/50
strident, tridentGECKO1984/02/47
stripling, triplingALF1984/04/30
strumpets, trumpetsTUT1976/11/60
stumble, tumbleMEO1977/07/65
stumble, tumbleHAP1983/09/67
Sun Devils, undevilsPANACHE1996/01/39
sundress, undressNIGHTOWL1977/06/08
sunlit, unlitMEO1980/12/72
sunlit, unlitHAP1988/12/64
sunwise, unwiseNIGHTOWL1975/11/04
sweeping, weepingJOKER1987/08/04
sweeping, weepingQAQAQ1987/08/48
swishing, wishingKAMEL1975/01/60
swordplay, wordplayMERLIN1973/06/02
swordplay, wordplayTRASH1989/03/38
swordplay, wordplayANDREAS1994/01/33
talpine, alpineIXAXAR1990/11/17
terbium, erbiumNIGHTOWL1974/05/25
terror, errorSTITCH1981/12/26
terror-stricken, error strickenMERLIN1973/04/38
theater, heaterBAMBAM1982/01/51
theist, heistDEE SWEET1980/02/30
theist, heistEMBER2002/01/20
there, hereVAL1975/12/40
thew, hewULK1982/04/36
thitherward, hit her wardBLACKSTONE1983/04/19
tissues, issuesNIGHTOWL1992/04/50
Tokay, okayLILITH1998/07/17
told, oldVAL1976/06/56
too long, oolongCORN COB1987/08/53
travel, ravelPOLLY1993/01/15
travel, RavelJASMINE1997/07/22
treasonable, reasonableHAP1984/07/48
treescape, re-escapeNIGHTOWL1988/08/64
trimester, rimesterALF1982/12/74
trimester, rimesterSIBYL1988/08/66
trimester, rimesterUNCANNY1992/01/73
trimester, rimesterXEMU2001/09/42
trivet, rivetMEO1980/06/61
Troad, roadUCAOIMHU1996/06/70
trouble, roubleXEMU1994/01/73
trouble, RoubleIXAXAR1985/07/70
trousseau, RousseauMANGIE1975/09/21
tsamba, sambaFIDDLE1974/07/24
tunable, unableNIGHTOWL1976/09/13
tunable, unableJOKER1989/11/41
turban, urbanHAP1973/11/38
twine, wineMOUNTAIN MAMA1981/08/68
twinsomeness, winsomenessA. CHEM1976/02/16
twinter, winterULK1985/01/83
twitchfire, witch fireHAP1974/12/34
two men, womenWINDJAMMER1985/10/32
upraised, praisedFIDDLE1977/03/45
usable, sableWABBIT1991/02/14
usurer, surerTUT1975/06/48
vacuity, acuityHOHO1973/06/20
vagility, agilityHAPOWL*2001/06/77
vague, agueDEE SWEET1980/02/50
varia, ariaTUT1977/01/48
vauntie, auntiePOKER*1988/07/68
veery, eeryMANGIE1975/12/45
vindicate, indicatePOLLY2000/12/75
viridescence, iridescenceMEO1980/01/17
votary, otaryMANGIE1975/01/37
wankle, ankleWABBIT1998/01/63
warmed, armedMANGIE1996/08/61
wasp, aspSMITH, TIM S.1977/01/13
wegotism, egotismMERLIN1972/04/30
weight, eightBODOLPH1977/12/10
Wellington, EllingtonULK1986/05/59
whinny, hinnyHAP1975/07/03
whiskey, his keyFIDDLE1972/11/19
will, illG NATURAL2001/02/97
win, inMOUNTAIN MAMA1981/08/68
windigo, indigoNIGHTOWL1986/12/56
Winfield, infieldAPPLESAUCE1985/07/16
Winfield, infieldPASSERINA1987/11/32
Winfield, infieldEMBER2001/02/94
winning, inningIXAXAR1981/10/46
women, omenHAP1976/09/53
women, omenMEKI1995/10/49
wretch, retchIFANDOR1982/09/04
wretched, retchedTUT1974/12/29
wretched, retchedTRAZOM1988/04/56
yawning, awningKAPRY KORN1990/03/61
yearly, earlyNIGHTOWL1989/06/45
yowling, owlingDIRTY JACK1989/08/02
 
Beheadment (Bigram)
Borodin, RodinMR. TEX1995/05/21
boughten, ughtenERIC1983/12/68
caprice, priceWABBIT1998/06/39
Essex, sexHOHO1973/08/26
fireproof, reproofWINDJAMMER1983/12/40
forecastle, recastleGAB-F1996/07/60
hamartial, martialELF1986/01/42
jaundiced, undicedWABBIT1993/09/79
laundress, undressWINDJAMMER1985/02/71
lifeline, felineWINDJAMMER1984/07/40
lifeline, felineAESOP1997/12/34
Mubarak, BarakEMBER1999/08/67
Othello, helloCALICOH1985/05/61
plural, UralEARL E. BYRD2002/01/45
reaches, achesJOKICE*1995/10/14
Renoir, noirPANACHE1990/10/10
Republican, publicanPHIZZ1989/01/66
statelier, atelierWABBIT2001/07/67
Yosemite, SemiteCALICOH1986/05/08
Zoroaster, roasterWINDJAMMER1989/02/05
 
Beheadment (Bigram, Phonetic)
squander, wanderPOLLY1994/10/29
 
Beheadment (Bigram, Progressive)
fireplace, replace, placeULK1984/06/06
traverse, averse, ErseULK1984/12/21
 
Beheadment (Bigram, Reversed)
Sooner, RenoCORN COB1986/03/15
 
Beheadment (Phonetic)
abalone, bolognaXOR2001/05/53
aphorize, four-eyesALF1988/02/43
basalt, assaultMANGIE1990/09/43
battalion, ItalianULK1999/02/53
Boston, AustinHAMMER1999/12/51
breeches, richesWINDRIFT1980/12/37
Britain, writtenIRISH1979/06/07
Briton, writtenAL GEBRA1988/09/25
Bruges, rouge100 DOWN1994/03/29
bunion, onionEOS1981/07/70
Burleigh, earlyEOS1981/01/60
burley, earlyEOS1981/01/60
burly, earlyIXAXAR1984/04/07
can't eat them, AntietamTREESONG1995/01/35
Carrie Nation, arenationTREESONG1982/03/20
clowder, louderWABBIT1999/10/28
conceited, unseatedULK1994/01/14
contract, entr'acteTREESONG1976/06/34
convoy, envoySHRDLU1982/10/49
counts, ouncePANTHER1994/09/89
curliest, earliestVOLAR1979/08/68
declare, eclairBARTOK2000/03/07
eclogue, clogUCAOIMHU1997/11/61
Eddie Cantor, decanterMR. TEX1999/08/10
ephemeral, femoralBLAMGIE*1991/07/74
ephemeral, femoralNIGHTOWL1997/04/08
eschatological, scatologicalPASSERINA1991/02/52
eschatology, scatologyBEO1999/02/62
eschatology, skatologyTREESONG1983/08/93
etui, tweeTREESONG1994/05/12
filth, illthTREESONG1983/12/14
flic, leakTREESONG1978/07/71
frappe, wrapSANA1984/06/13
fraught, wroughtIFANDOR1984/05/19
gerbil, herbalMANGIE1991/01/71
gingery, injuryTREESONG1998/01/32
go fish, oafishEARL E. BYRD1998/06/19
Hasidic, acidicHOTTOTRAZOM*1990/09/11
Hasidic, acidicWRYBOSH1999/11/49
hatless, AtlasHOT2001/10/36
highball, eyeballPANACHE1995/08/30
highballs, eyeballsAL GEBRA1989/12/73
hobo, oboeFIDDLE1977/09/48
hokum, OakhamJOKESTROM*1995/11/11
hylid, eyelidEOS1982/08/02
identical, denticleTYGER1999/02/47
Iraqi, RockyMANGIE1990/09/38
J. Crew, ecruMOZAMBIQUE*1998/12/08
John Dewey, andouilleX NATURAL*2000/02/01
Joker, OquirrhMERLIN1995/04/08
lacrosse stick, acrosticSTAXEMU*1994/09/17
latitude, attitudeSHRDLU1983/12/44
leg, eggSIDEWALK1980/09/34
legal, eagleSIDEWALK1980/09/34
marasmus, ErasmusJERG1983/11/42
memory, emeryARBUTUS1990/12/35
nanogram, anagramTREESONG1993/05/12
oak wilt, quiltOK*1990/08/55
Odysseus, disuseDOUBLE-H1986/07/20
outwait, twaiteJOKER1995/08/66
Panama City, animosityBEACON1995/01/17
pantsuits, aunt suitsVOLAR1981/01/61
pearl gray, Earl GreyJUNBIT*1992/07/37
power, hourARBUTUS2001/12/58
Prospero, Ross PerotJERG2000/03/61
Punic, eunuchUCAOIMHU1997/08/43
Q-boat, U-boatULK1992/04/72
quarrier, warriorJOKER1991/02/22
queazened, weasandBRILLIG1990/11/22
quick, wickBRUTUS1981/04/26
quince, winceWABBIT1999/11/59
QWERTY, wordyAUTUMN*1993/10/15
rabbit, abbotG NATURAL1999/01/22
scald, calledJAZZ*1990/04/72
scholar, cholerDEE SWEET1982/03/79
scholar, collarAMBER1981/03/36
scissored, zTALON1991/05/25
seesaw, EsauWAMU*1994/03/37
sermon, ermineJAZ*1990/11/31
shoes, oozeMANGIE1976/05/24
solution, AleutianWRYBOSH2001/06/31
spare a dime, paradigmVISITOR1984/09/30
specific, PacificSPELVIN2001/07/27
Spilsbury, PillsburyLILITH2000/07/ku01
St. John, IndianX NATURAL*2001/08/40
syndication, indicationKAPGIE*1993/03/08
thread herring, red herringQAQAQ1988/08/22
trader, raiderWRYBOSH2000/06/26
trouble, rubbleG NATURAL*998/09/59
true, rouxPHIZZ1993/04/22
Tyger, EigerTYGER2000/05/37
viewing, EwingWINDJAMMER1983/08/29
Waring, airingTWEASER1984/11/41
warlock, oarlockWAXAR*1991/06/27
whirlybird, early birdPANACHE1997/09/59
woozy, UziNOT INSANE!1986/02/33
worsted, oerstedG NATURAL2000/02/60
 
Beheadment (Phonetic, Progressive)
qs, use, ooze, zzzzzCRAX1994/07/59
script, crypt, rippedMR. TEX1991/01/29
snood, nude, oudWABBIT1999/11/09
vraicking, raking, achingNEWROW1982/10/33
 
Beheadment (Phonetic, Syllable)
sadistic, distichCALICOH1986/07/22
 
Beheadment (Progressive)
abusing, busing, using, singPOLLY2000/11/91
amusing, musing, using, singBODOLPH1978/10/51
astern, stern, tern, ernMR. TEX1994/04/50
Bausable, Ausable, usable, sableBLACKSTONE1989/05/27
bovine, ovine, vineFARO1976/09/68
bramble, ramble, amblePHILANA1979/03/22
chair, hair, airRABBIT1977/04/59
changer, hanger, angerKREMLIN1992/06/13
chat, hat, at, tBRUTUS1977/01/60
chough, hough, ough, ughFARO1973/12/27
clout, lout, outTUT1975/03/17
clover, lover, overHAP1972/09/30
clover, lover, overADOBE1991/05/19
clover, lover, over, ver, er, rFIDDLE1976/05/41
crawfish, raw fish, [aw, fish]TWEASER1984/07/13
creel, reel, eelIXAXAR1998/05/40
descried, escried, scried, criedNEWROW1982/07/63
Ewok, wok, OK, kALF1983/12/62
grout, rout, out, utPROBLEM CHILD1976/11/11
knave, nave, aveHAPOWL*1997/12/12
kvetch, vetch, etchBATTY*1997/10/49
mascot, ascot, Scot, cotRASTELLI1997/11/47
momentum, omentum, mentumNIGHTOWL1983/03/30
momentum, omentum, mentum, entumHOHO1972/11/26
nascent, ascent, scent, centFANACRO1977/10/72
nascent, ascent, scent, centMR. TEX1993/02/05
Osiris, Siris, IrisNIGHTOWL1980/05/43
palate, alate, late, ateIXAXAR1997/05/31
paragon, Aragon, rag onANOMALY2001/02/98
plumber, lumber, umberDART1994/07/26
plumber, lumber, umberLILITH2000/02/19
preach, reach, eachBODOLPH1978/09/33
prelate, relate, elate, lateBAIRN1979/03/03
prelate, relate, elate, late, ateIFANDOR1973/02/36
prelate, relate, elate, late, ateVAL1977/04/11
prelate, relate, elate, late, ateTUT1981/03/65
Promega, [Rome, GA], omegaNEWROW1989/01/05
scoffers, coffers, offersSHENANIGAN1981/07/33
scold, cold, oldPROBLEM CHILD1974/11/27
scoops, coops, oops, Ops, PSQUIP1980/06/43
shallow, hallow, allowMANGIE1981/11/88
shame, hame, ame, me, EFIDDLE1972/02/05
Siberia, Iberia, BeriaWRYBOSH1998/11/42
sketch, ketch, etchMIS-KNO-MER1971/09/12
sketch, ketch, etch, tchCOLMAR1977/10/25
skill, kill, illFIDDLE1981/03/48
smart, mart, artBODOLPH1981/11/53
smother, mother, otherMIS-KNO-MER1972/10/27
smother, mother, otherFIDDLE1982/06/17
space, pace, aceBODOLPH1978/03/39
splatter, platter, latterEMBER2000/07/65
sprig, prig, rigMIDURNDIST1974/01/08
sputter, putter, utterIFANDOR1982/02/38
stable, table, ableBRUTUS1976/08/02
strain, train, rainFIDDLE1971/11/08
strain, train, rainBAIRN1978/09/47
strained, trained, rainedFIDDLE1976/06/15
strident, trident, ridentBLA'MANGE*1992/01/29
strip, trip, ripRAIN MAN1994/01/26
stripe, tripe, ripeIRISH1979/01/28
swallow, wallow, allowIXAXAR1997/06/64
upending, pending, endingPUNCH1980/01/31
Wabash, abash, bash, ashMR. TEX1993/02/60
wheel, heel, eel, el, LJASMINE1996/05/44
 
Beheadment (Progressive, Reversed)
cloop, pool, looDART1998/05/34
 
Beheadment (Reversed)
adage, egadTWEASER1985/01/75
asserts, stressUNIQORN1978/11/70
bottom, mottoULK1983/06/44
car again, NiagaraNOHOLDS BARD1985/03/44
De Kalb, BlakeTWEASER1986/05/15
elevon, novelSPROUT1998/06/43
fretsaw, wasterULK1984/06/53
greens, sneerULK1984/04/75
hallo, ollaTHE POO1985/04/38
LA GAMINE, EnigamaTREESONG1979/07/08
Martina, AnitraMANGIE1991/10/ku02
medicines, senicideBLACKSTONE1987/07/A3
myriad, dairySPHINX1985/10/18
oregano, onagerHAP1981/03/82
oregano, onagerCORN COB1987/06/05
stressed, dessertBARTOK1998/08/67
Tylenol, lonelyCORN COB1989/09/76
xenon, noneSPHINX1983/09/12
 
Beheadment (Syllable)
antiphony, TiffanyBLA'MANGE*1992/05/41
k'thibh, thieveALF1982/09/54
 
Beheadment (Trigram)
Canberra, BerraXEMU1994/05/19
Fremantle, MantleXEMU1994/05/20
intravenously, ravenouslyHAP1987/07/66
 
Bridgewater Transadditions
east, Xemu; Texas, tease, teams, sauteXEKI*1996/01/32
strain, path; spirant, artisan, transit, tarnishEARL E. BYRD1996/08/65
stream, dolphin; smarted, maestro, armlets, tampers, hamster, Artemis, martensMEKI1997/10/18
 
Brookline Letter-Changes
bat; cat, bit, bagBARTOK1998/01/10
chase; phase, cease, chose, chafe, chasmMANGIE1990/10/03
crimp; primp, chimp, cramp, crisp, crime; phaseFINGER1993/11/11
crimp; primp, chimp, cramp, crisp, crime; phaseVEBRILE2000/06/17
coot; loot, clot, colt, coolNEWROW1990/09/17
goad; load, glad, gold, goalVEBRILE2001/09/04
male; kale, mile, mace, mallBLOSSOM1997/06/62
mutt; butt, mitt, must, muteWABBIT1996/05/10
puck; luck, pack, punk, pucePEBBLES1991/06/67
Riga; aiga, raga, Riva, RigiNEWROW1990/11/12
sale; male, sole, save, saltBLOSSOM1997/06/62
share; O'Hare, scare, shore, shape, sharkQED1994/07/63
wait; gait, whit, want, waifWABBIT1990/12/30
 
Caesar Shift
errs, reefCYCLE2001/08/78
 
Change Of Heart
Alf Landen, molters; Aten, Moll FlandersUCAOIMHU2001/10/18
Big Sky, juttingly; buttinsky, jigglyCRASH*1999/07/01
crime, luderick; crude, limerickWOMBAT2000/10/70
day, Eisner; Disney, earLILITH2001/10/37
dele, obstinate; destine, oblateEARL E. BYRD1998/08/29
edifice, rubric; Ed Rice, rubificXECKS*1998/11/44
FDR, wine steward; fester, windwardLUNCH BOY1998/05/02
film, prestorage; firestorm, plageLUNCH BAR*1999/03/06
harlot, pear; heat, parlorEARL E. BYRD2001/02/37
March, spasm; mph, sarcasmSAXIBAR*1998/11/13
Seles, teething ring; shingles, teeteringLUNCH GNAT*1999/09/27
taught, whorehouse; thought, warehouseWROK*1998/11/51
 
Change Of Heart (Phonetic)
broccoli, "Kon-Tiki"; Bronte, cock-a-leekieXEMU2001/01/15
psych, "War And Peace"; speak, warrandiceLUNCH BOY1998/08/51
 
Changeovers
abacay, abbacy100 DOWN2000/07/62
achieve, archiveBEACON1992/06/18
Alabama, "La Bamba"SLIK1995/02/51
Alameda, Al QaedaWRYBOSH2001/12/12
always, GalwayNIGHTOWL2001/10/54
anagram, tangramEARL E. BYRD2000/02/52
anteater, antedateGAB-F1998/06/60
apres-ski, press kitBEACON1995/09/19
Arbor Day, Labor DayWRYBOSH2000/09/58
Ares, MarsNIGHTOWL1999/12/08
aromatic, romanticMR. TEX2001/02/36
axiom, maximQUIP2001/09/09
baccate, BacchaeUCAOIMHU1998/12/38
bacteria, BactrianMR. TEX2000/10/23
badge, bagelWABBIT2001/06/73
balcony, baloneyNIGHTOWL1997/10/67
Burger King, bur gherkinGAB-F1997/09/01
Cache, CoachCOACH1995/12/28
cactus, caucusSAXIFRAGE2000/08/cf30
capitalized, chaptalizedPHILANA1995/06/30
capsule, Capulet100 DOWN2001/02/65
chaster, cheaterWROK*1998/11/52
Chuckchee Sea, Chuck E CheeseCRAX1995/05/72
citrus, coitusLILITH1998/07/40
Cole Porter, colporteurBLAM BOY*1997/02/31
complain, complineTAHNAN2001/07/53
cracker, croakerNIGHTOWL2000/08/64
Daliesque, odalisqueQAQAQ1992/09/10
dimpled, impliedMR. TEX2000/11/83
diverse, divversMAELSTROM1995/09/45
Easter, EstherLASHON*1999/03/30
eclectic, electricTYGER1999/07/24
elision, EllisonGABBY2001/10/22
Eminem, ermineOTHER THAN*2000/10/45
envelope, PenelopeCRAX1997/05/48
fanatic, franticCAZIQUE1998/09/cf24
feckless, frecklesMR. TEX1999/07/47
fiancee, financeMEKI1998/01/34
finesse, fitnessKING FRIVOLITY1998/10/07
flight plan, light planeXEMU1998/03/64
fright wig, right-wingBEACON1994/11/68
gathered, goatherdMR. TEX1994/12/11
harpies, harpistG NATURAL2000/08/35
helium, JhelumSPROUT2000/06/53
hemistich, hemstitchCRAX1996/02/01
interest, InternetLILITH2000/01/66
lick, likeVEBRILE2000/11/18
luck, LukeVEBRILE2000/11/18
maniac, manilaG NATURAL1999/07/16
medicare, mediocreMR. TEX2001/01/70
moccasin, occasionCAZIQUE1998/11/32
moccasin, occasionMR. TEX2002/01/69
montage, onstageULLY BYRD*2000/12/15
myself, YselftCRAX1995/08/21
network, New YorkCRAX1995/02/47
network, New YorkTYGER2001/05/09
oral polio, Ralf P. OlioXEMU1995/06/77
overdue, verdureMERLIN2000/04/01
panacea, panacheTAHNAN2001/11/75
panaceas, pancreasTYGER1998/03/11
panaceas, pancreasMR. TEX2001/01/36
paradigm, paradingPOLLY1995/05/81
pencilling, penicillinXEMU1999/02/74
Pinochet, pinochleD. NYGER*1999/03/53
Pompey, PopeyeALLOY*1997/12/39
prelate, reslateWOMBAT1998/04/27
pre-owned, renownedULLY BYRD*2000/01/33
radiation, traditionEARL E. BYRD1996/04/12
readhering, red herringMR. TEX2002/01/12
reassure, treasureBEACON1995/01/65
reassure, treasureEARL E. BYRD1996/04/13
reindeer, reminderALIKER*1997/03/27
repast, repeatPUGSLEY1995/03/30
salaam, salamiWABBIT2000/11/75
scorn'd, secondD. NESS1999/06/15
searching, sea urchinLUNCH BOY1998/10/72
simply, skimpySAXIFRAGE1999/02/18
stoner, tonierDANDR2002/01/10
studly, sturdyPANACHE2001/08/06
sunrise, surmiseDANDR1999/01/26
sweater, weatherCAZIQUE1998/09/50
tastier, toasterMR. TEX2001/09/88
teched, techieULK1999/05/69
thought, throughKRAY1997/12/80
topless, topplesULK1998/06/07
truant, tyrantG NATURAL2000/09/55
unchained, unchangedULK1999/12/40
Verizon, version/dev/joe2000/11/50
war-torn, WhartonBEACON1995/04/41
wealth, wreathARBUTUS2001/12/04
whooshed, woodshedULK1996/03/23
 
Changeovers (Phonetic)
Appaloosa, apple sauceLUNCH BOY1998/09/43
circuit, UrquhartTEX-MEX*2000/02/20
Dale Evans, day elevenDART2000/08/cf25
destroy, DetroitHAMMER2000/07/49
et cetera, jet-setterCAZIQUE1998/06/58
 
Changeovers (Reversed)
believer, reveilleLUNCH BOY2000/06/65
egalite, tillageBEACON1992/06/24
fleshy, YselftCRAX1995/08/21
Scapa Flow, wolf packsLUNCH BOY1997/11/22
 
Charades
Abaddon; a, bad, DonIXAXAR1985/07/87
abracadabra; a bra, cad, a braWINDJAMMER1986/11/32
abundance; a, bun, dancePETE TROLEUM1972/04/45
Acrostichum; acrostic, humPROF. PAMPELMUSE1981/04/17
adamantoblast; adamant, oblastMERLIN1996/12/68
addled; add, ledUNCANNY1995/09/36
admire; ad, mireLUNCH BOY1997/07/45
albatross; Al, bat, RossCRACHE*1994/06/28
aldermanic; alder, manicBLACKSTONE1983/09/39
alienation; a, lie, nationDEE SWEET1981/07/64
Aliquippa; Ali, quip, paANEMONE1979/07/62
allowed; all, owedBRUTUS1979/02/60
allowed; all, owedELF1983/10/24
alternative; alter, nativeMEO1983/08/73
amenities; a, men, I, tiesIFANDOR1983/08/84
anathema; ana, Them, aALF1986/11/10
angel's-trumpet; angel, strumpetMERLIN1978/08/01
Angolan; an, GolanLARRY1976/02/42
angstrom; angst, romNIGHTOWL1973/10/34
announcement; an, noun, cementTREESONG1977/06/53
anthem; an, themWITCHWORD1980/07/43
anthem; ant, hemWITCHWORD1980/07/43
anthill; an, thillB. NATURAL1971/12/09
antibias; an, tibiasCRAX1994/12/63
archilowe; archil, oweAN TARBH1986/10/53
archive; arc, hiveTWEASER1983/09/81
arenation; are, nationIFANDOR1980/12/19
armamentaria; arm, ament, ariaHOHO1972/10/18
ascertain; as, certainCHARADE1986/11/72
Ashburnham; ash, burn, hamKAMEL1975/09/41
Ashbury; ash, buryWRYBOSH2000/06/04
asphalt; asp, haltWABBIT1994/05/26
aspire; asp, ireIXAXAR1990/12/50
assassination; ass, ass, I, nationRABBIT1983/12/34
astronaut; as, ???HOHO1974/05/42
astrophysics; as, trophy, sicsHUDU1988/08/41
atheist; at, heistDADGIE*1975/12/37
atheist; at, heistTWEASER1987/08/11
atheist; at, heistPANACHE1991/03/39
attendance; at, ten, dancePETE TROLEUM1978/11/54
auslander; au, slanderJAELTI1993/06/49
autodidact; auto, did, actKAMEL1976/04/27
automaton; Au, tomato, NALF1981/11/72
autonomy; auto, no, myDATUS1979/01/47
average; ave, rageFUN1971/08/31
average; aver, ageFUN1971/08/31
average; aver, ageNEOPHYTE1977/08/69
average; aver, ageIXAXAR1983/12/10
awesome; a, we, someFIDDLE1975/10/55
aye ayes; a, yea, yesELF1985/05/58
badgering; badge, ringIXAXAR1984/09/44
balderdash; balder, dashTUT1974/05/24
balderdash; balder, dashVAL1976/06/31
balderdash; balder, dashIXAXAR1988/01/23
Bangalore; ban, GaloreAL GEBRA1990/11/34
banjoist; ban, joistLARRY1979/04/04
barbecue; bar, be, cueTUT1974/09/09
barflies; barf, liesTRAZOM1988/04/55
barmaid; barm, aidNOHOLDS BARD1987/10/66
Barnstable; barn, stableIXAXAR1982/07/32
barrage; bar, rageDEE SWEET1981/05/27
barrage; bar, rageIXAXAR1997/05/67
Bartok; Bart, OKBARTOK1998/04/20
Beatrice; beat, riceBRUTUS1981/08/65
Beauregard; beau, regardBRUTUS1978/05/21
bedizen; bed, I, Zen100 DOWN2001/08/27
beefsteak; beefs, teakNIGHTOWL1977/07/55
behave; be, haveIXAXAR1983/04/81
beginning; beg, inningTREESONG1981/12/90
benignancy; be, 'Nig, NancyWABBIT1992/03/10
bestowed; best, owedHAP1976/03/A8
bestraddle; best, raddleBESANTIUS1988/12/51
bestride; best, rideIXAXAR1996/10/07
betray; be, trayPROBLEM CHILD1973/12/47
betray; bet, rayPROBLEM CHILD1973/12/47
betwattled; bet, watt, ledIFANDOR1982/03/65
between; bet, weenIFANDOR1983/09/19
bigamy; bi, gamyAREPO1995/02/03
bissonata; bis, sonataLUNCH BOY1999/08/39
bister; bis, ter-BLACKSTONE1991/05/11
bittern; bit, ternIXAXAR1988/07/I12
bittern; bit, ternSANIT1995/09/04
bittersweet; bitter, sweetMIS-KNO-MER1976/01/44
blithering; blithe, ringUCAOIMHU2000/08/07
blunderbuss; blunder, bussEOS1980/02/11
boodiea; boo, ideaAIIE*1994/05/05
bookish; boo, kishIXAXAR1985/06/12
bookmark; book, markMIS-KNO-MER1971/02/15
brandade; brand, adeMICROPOD1989/04/51
brandish; bran, dishIXAXAR1997/12/47
bravery; bra, veryIXAXAR1990/09/78
bravest; bra, vestMANGIE1977/06/28
breakfast; break, fastRABBIT1977/10/47
brickbat; brick, batVAL1976/02/08
briefly; Brie, flyBRONWYN1979/04/19
briefly; Brie, flyWABBIT1992/10/14
briefly; Brie, flyHART KING2001/01/68
brigandage; brig, and, ageDEACON1990/09/53
brimstone; brims, toneBRUTUS1980/06/34
brise-bise; brise, biseMERLIN1981/04/32
brokerage; broke, rageHAP1974/01/41
brokerage; broke, rageDADGIE*1983/07/32
brokerage; broke, rageMR. TEX2001/11/77
brokerage; broker, ageDADGIE*1983/07/32
brushbush; brush, bushBLACKSTONE1981/10/03
buckminsterfullerene; buck, minster, fuller, ENEULLY BYRD*2000/05/38
bugling; bug, lingACORN1979/02/28
bugloss; bug, lossIXAXAR1990/07/50
bumpkin; bump, kinVAL1979/01/67
bur marigold; Burma, rig, oldHUDU1988/10/36
"Burns And Allen Show"; burn, sandal, lens, howULKER*1991/06/68
"Burns And Allen Show"; burn, sandal, lens, howRASTELLI1998/03/12
bushwhack; Bush, whackIXAXAR1991/06/65
cabasset; cab, assetIFANDOR1981/05/54
cablegram; cab, leg, ramB. NATURAL1971/03/04
cablegram; cab, leg, ramMANGIE1978/07/50
cadaver; cad, averMANGIE1975/05/35
cadaver; cad, averMERLIN1989/02/66
callithump; call, I, thumpMICROPOD1987/01/11
Camelot; came, lotTUT1974/06/49
Camelot; came, lotPOLLY1994/03/51
Camelot; came, LotIXAXAR1987/07/20
camera; came, RaSPHINX1983/12/83
camping; cam, pingBLACKSTONE1988/01/14
campong; cam, PongBLACKSTONE1988/01/14
canapes; can, apesHOHO1971/03/12
candid; can, didABSOLVER1976/05/59
candies; can, diesKEEN1982/12/49
canescent; cane, scentBLA'MANGE*1992/05/24
canthus; can, thusNUTMEG1972/06/27
capered; cape, redRABBIT1977/06/07
caporal; cap, oralMERLIN1981/06/25
caprice; cap, riceSTILICHO1974/11/33
Capricorn; Capri, cornMUSIC MAN2000/03/35
carcase; car, caseELF1983/08/34
cardsharp; car, D, sharpNIGHTOWL1974/02/45
cargo; car, goDADGIE*1976/10/37
carnival; car, nivalNIGHTOWL1992/08/12
car park; carp, arkPOLLY1989/01/46
car park; carp, arkMANGIE1990/12/05
carpenter; carp, enterIXAXAR1981/07/43
carpenter; carp, enterJERG1985/05/65
carpentry; car, pen, tryVEBRILE2001/05/38
carpentry; carp, entryVEBRILE2001/05/38
car phone; carp, honeWAMPAGIE*1997/10/34
cartographer; car, tog, rap, herDART1995/06/12
cartouch; car, touchIXAXAR1985/07/36
caruncle; car, uncleIXAXAR1981/08/60
cashmere; cash, mereHAP1978/03/61
catacomb; cat, a, combANEMONE1981/11/18
catamount; cat, a, mountKAMEL1974/12/30
caterpillar; cater, pillarHAP1975/05/18
cathectic; cat, hecticULK1982/09/39
cauliflower; caul, if, lowerHAPOWL*1998/08/24
chagrin; cha, grinHOHO1972/12/32
chambertin; chamber, tinBLARED*2000/12/20
changeable; change, ableVAL1976/05/53
charade; char, adePAMAPAMA1971/01/22
charade; char, adeSTITCH1984/01/14
charade; char, adeMR. TEX1995/03/72
charade; char, adeXEMU1997/03/47
charade; char, adeEARL E. BYRD2000/12/31
charisma; char, is, MaACORN1984/04/15
chartreuse; chart, reuseBRUTUS1976/12/34
chartreuse; chart, reuseECHE*1994/01/19
Cheerios; Cheer, IosEVITA2001/09/cf20
chiliarch; chili, archFANACRO1974/12/16
chinchilla; chin, chill, aIXAXAR1998/06/35
chiromancy; chi, romancyOSTRICH1991/07/70
choleric; chol, ericERIC1982/04/72
chuckwalla; chuck, wall, aGECKO1983/12/54
clamjamfry; clam, jam, fryVISITOR1984/12/31
clandestine; clan, destinePOLLY1993/08/33
clanjamfray; clan, jam, frayPEBBLES1993/09/69
close to home; closet, oho, meWINDJAMMER1985/12/40
coat hanger; C, oath, angerSAKR-EL-BAHR1983/07/12
codefendants; code, fend, antsHAPOWL*1998/03/37
codelight; code, lightAVIDAN1989/02/64
cogitate; cog, it, ateJERG1984/09/15
coinhabit; coin, habitHAPOWL*2001/09/51
combiflat; comb, I, flatAWRY*1998/12/42
comedies; come, diesBAFUL1975/01/40
comedies; come, diesIXAXAR1993/10/63
come true; comet, rueOSTRICH1990/04/33
come true; comet, rueLUNCH BOY1999/08/69
complexions; complex, ionsIXAXAR1980/07/07
concatenate; con, cat, En, ateFINGER1996/01/18
condone; con, doneFIDDLE1977/08/40
Conestoga; cones, togaBODOLPH1980/12/58
Conestoga; cones, togaMARK DOWN*1995/01/50
confined; con, finedNEOPHYTE1976/11/42
conflagration; con, flag, rationPAUL & VIRGINIA1971/08/06
conflagration; con, flag, rationPOLLY1995/02/58
confound; con, foundVAL1976/01/48
congas; con, gasALF1982/05/24
conjury; con, juryIFANDOR1987/08/70
Connaught; con, naught100 DOWN1995/03/04
conspiracy; cons, piracyGAB-F1995/10/58
conspiracy; cons, piracyMOWRY*1999/06/37
constable; con, stableBRUTUS1976/08/02
consummate; con, sum, mateTRAZOM1988/12/34
consummate; con, sum, mateMICROPOD1989/09/35
context; con, textIXAXAR1983/01/57
Contour; con, tourSANIT1999/05/64
contract; con, tractMACHIAVELLI1981/09/36
convention; convent, I, onFIDDLE1976/10/52
converse; con, verseQUIZ2000/08/cf10
coolibah; cool, I, bahTWEASER1982/10/82
copacetic; cop, ace, ticNIGHTOWL2000/06/57
copacetic; cop, aceticRANDOM WALK1979/04/28
cormorant; corm, orantHOHO1972/03/44
cornute; corn, uteJOKER1987/04/56
counterpane; counter, paneHAP1975/08/07
counterpane; counter, paneTREESONG1975/08/18
counterrevolutionists; count, err, evolutionistsMERLIN1971/09/08
couplet; coup, letQAQAQ1992/01/77
courtship; court, shipVAL1977/07/16
Coventry; coven, tryMANGIE1981/11/09
Coventry; coven, tryMARK DOWN*1996/04/70
coverage; cove, ragePQOGO-PHQRED1989/04/42
coverslut; cover, slutANEMONE1981/01/75
cowardice; coward, iceWITCHWORD1979/08/51
cowrote; cow, roteBRILLIG1990/10/46
crackpot; crack, potJAELTI1987/07/87
cribbed; crib, bedDADGIE*1977/08/49
crosswords; cross, wordsVAL1978/03/2?
curate; cur, ateIXAXAR1981/01/15
curbed; cur, bedHAP1975/11/29
curfew; cur, fewCOGITO2000/11/58
current; cur, rentMEO1979/04/59
curtail; cur, tailKAMEL1974/10/28
curtail; cur, tailHAP1977/04/22
curtail; curt, ailA. CHEM1976/10/18
curtailment; curt, ailmentHAP1976/11/03
curtailment; curt, ailmentWITCHWORD1980/03/23
curtailment; curt, ailmentFIDDLE1987/07/75
curtailment; curt, ailmentANOMALY1998/01/48
curtailment; curt, ailmentEARL E. BYRD2000/12/32
cutlass; cut, lassPOLLY1990/12/61
czardas; czar, dasCRAX1995/09/80
dandiprat; dan, dip, ratHOHO1974/04/20
de admensuratione; dead men, surat, IoneALF1993/04/48
debutante; debut, anteMACHIAVELLI1981/09/66
deliberate; deli, berateDEE SWEET1979/11/04
delicious; deli, CIO, usTREESONG1986/08/18
delivery; deli, verySETEC1993/09/36
Dennis Franz; Dennis, FranzBEO2000/11/ku01
dentifrice; dent, if, riceWABBIT1998/04/50
deteriorates; deter, I, oratesIFANDOR1974/04/46
determine; deter, mineFIDDLE1984/04/35
deviltries; devil, triesMEO1979/03/41
Dietrich; diet, richMRS. TEX1992/02/43
Dimetrodon; dime, trod, onNIGHTOWL1986/02/31
diminished; dim, in, I, shedMANGIE1979/11/36
dimwit; dim, witVAL1976/08/22
dining out; din, in, goutHAP1976/04/16
dirtbird; dirt, birdMICROPOD1988/09/18
disconsolate; Dis, con, Sol, AteEARL E. BYRD1996/05/35
discordance; disc, or, danceHOHO1972/02/43
discouraging; disc, our, agingTREESONG1978/12/58
discovery; disco, veryDOUBLE-H1979/11/10
discovery; disco, veryIRISH1980/07/75
discriminable; disc, rim, in, ableTREESONG1976/04/39
discuss; dis, cussSANIT2001/01/29
dishearten; dish, ear, tenIFANDOR1985/12/42
disheveled; dish, eve, ledULK1986/05/44
disheveled; dish, eve, ledLOULI1986/10/80
dishonesty; dish, one, styNIGHTOWL1977/03/56
diversified; Di, versifiedWABBIT1992/03/77
Dodge Ram; dodge, ramCRATAEGUS1992/04/60
dog-eared; do, gearedLARRY1976/09/21
dormice; dorm, iceBLACKSTONE1981/12/37
dosage; do, sageIXAXAR1992/01/52
doughnut; do, ugh, nutFIDDLE1974/11/48
dowager; do, wagerHAP1976/10/56
dragonfly; dragon, flyKAMEL1975/03/15
Dramamine; drama, mineTUT1975/02/02
Dramamine; drama, mineLUNCH BOY1997/07/45
Dramamine; drama, mineSAXIFRAGE2001/10/cf20
dramaturge; dram, at, urgeAMBER1980/01/71
dramaturge; dram, at, urgeGADJET1982/10/16
dreadlocks; dread, locksNOT INSANE!1985/06/09
dunderfunk; D, under, funkVISITOR1987/07/32
dungeon; dung, eonSANIT1999/04/56
earphones; Earp, honesNIGHTOWL1982/10/05
elephant; Eleph, antFIDDLE1974/04/39
emulate; emu, lateCRAX1993/10/24
emulate; emu, latePOLLY1993/10/67
endangered; end, angeredISFAN1976/09/41
endear; end, earMANGIE1983/06/45
enthusiastically; en, thus, I, as, tic, allyKAMEL1975/04/33
epicenter; epic, enterDART1994/04/09
epicenter; epic, enterWALLY BERGER*2001/10/76
erasure; era, sureADOBE1982/05/28
eventually; even, tu, allyAESOP2000/10/67
expectorate; expect, orateHAP1971/08/34
expectorate; expect, orateDEE SWEET1980/03/05
expectorate; expect, orateEARL E. BYRD1998/02/13
expressway; ex, press, wayRAH1981/11/29
factious; fact, IOUsIXAXAR1987/05/66
fanfare; fan, farePHILANA1979/01/64
far-out; Faro, utALF1989/03/24
farthingale; far, thin, galeFLORDELIS1979/07/58
farthingale; far, thin, galeCATO1981/07/32
farthingale; far, thin, galeEARL E. BYRD1998/01/24
farthingale; farthing, aleHAP1972/07/22
fashion piece; fashion, pieceWINDRIFT1990/08/12
fathoming; fat, homingIXAXAR1998/04/49
feather bed; feat, herbedMR. TEX1995/10/11
featherbrain; feat, her, bra, inWABBIT1990/04/50
feeblest; fee, blestBULKWEIGHT*1989/03/63
figurine; fig, urineTWEASER1990/12/58
filixmas; fili, XmasALF1985/02/14
finally; fin, allyBRUTUS1980/10/07
finally; fin, allyJOKER1988/09/64
first aid; fir, staidLUNCH BOY2000/02/77
fitted; fit, tedSIBYL1989/08/62
flagrant; flag, rantJERG1986/04/60
flamboyant; flam, boy, AntLILITH2000/07/51
flamenco; flame, NCOMANGIE1987/05/42
fluorescent; flu, ores, centNIGHTOWL1978/07/56
fluoridation; flu, or, id, at, ionNEWROW1986/07/67
fogram; fog, RAMWINDRIFT1985/03/21
fondled; fond, ledHAP1977/10/34
foolscap; fools, capIXAXAR1987/08/34
forceps; force, P.S.JO THE LOITERER1992/10/33
forceps; force, P.S.NEWROW1999/05/38
forego; for, egoNUTMEG1971/12/50
forego; for, egoWITCHWORD1979/11/19
forego; fore, goWITCHWORD1979/11/19
forestall; forest, allMANGIE1976/07/05
forever and a day; for, eve, ran, dad, ayEOS1981/02/65
Fortensky; for, ten, skyMANGIE1992/04/04
for the record; fort, here, cordBEAQ*1993/08/34
fourth estate; four, the, stateBRUTUS1981/05/68
frankincense; frank, incenseMR. TEX1998/12/06
frigid; frig, idHAP1986/11/45
funambulation; fun, ambulationIXAXAR1994/04/60
fundamentalist; fund, a, mentalistRETROSORTER1991/10/81
funduck; fun, duckTREESONG1975/08/31
fungoes; fun, goesMEO1977/12/17
fungology; fungo, logyFARO1988/05/53
furbelow; fur, belowHAP1972/07/23
furfur; fur, furIXAXAR1988/01/22
Galahad; gal, a, hadEBEAM1989/07/21
galeiform; gale, I, formIFANDOR1985/06/48
galore; gal, oreBURNT SACK1973/07/16
galyak; gal, yakNIGHTOWL1974/03/52
ganglion; gang, lionHAP1972/03/06
garbage; garb, ageJERG1983/07/72
garboil; garb, oilWINDJAMMER1992/07/29
garran; gar, ranMICROPOD1990/01/61
gascon; gas, conALF1982/05/24
Genesis; genes, isRABBIT1978/02/12
Gentileschi; gentiles, chiR/EDS2000/03/70
Germany; germ, anyADOBE1989/12/25
gigantic; gig, anticMANGIE1984/03/58
G natural; gnat, UralWINDJAMMER1986/08/53
go-ahead; Goa, headPANACHE1993/05/62
gobbledegook; gob, bled, ego, okB. NATURAL1972/07/18
Goodyera; goody, eraWINNY*1991/02/13
Gorgonzola; Gorgon, ZolaJUNAXAR*1992/02/51
grandfather; grand, fat, herEOS1979/10/05
grasshoppers; gras, shoppersHUDU1987/12/67
greengills; green, gillsEOS1983/03/69
grimace; grim, aceKAMEL1977/07/26
grimthorpe; grim, thorpeMERLIN2000/02/50
gruntled; grunt, ledFIDDLE1981/04/23
gullable; gull, ableIXAXAR1988/07/I16
gundie; gun, dieMERLIN1997/06/66
guytrash; Guy, trashMERLIN2000/10/05
gymnosophist; gym, no, sophistB. NATURAL1972/09/44
hamantaschen; ham, ant, Asch, EnLILITH1998/04/29
hamsin; ham, sinAESOP1994/06/58
handlebar mustache; handle, bar, must, acheHAP1971/11/35
Han dynasty; handy, nastyBRONWYN1980/07/58
hangman; hang, manVAL1980/02/24
hangover; hang, overVAL1976/07/51
hapax legomenon; hap, axle, go, men, onUNIQORN1978/07/47
hapax legomenon; hap, axle, go, men, onUCAOIMHU1998/09/04
hapax legomenon; hap, axle, go, men, onWRYBOSH2000/07/46
haphazard; Hap, hazardWITCHWORD1977/09/53
happenstance; Hap, pen, stanceTUT1976/10/54
harborage; har, borageIXAXAR1992/09/56
hardanger; hard, angerWINDJAMMER1985/05/72
hardcase; hard, caseAB STRUSE1979/06/32
hasten; has, tenLOULI1986/04/21
hat rack; ha, trackIXAXAR1980/08/05
hatred; hat, redWABBIT1992/02/73
hearken; hear, kenIFANDOR1974/01/04
hearse; hear, seTREESONG1976/09/45
heart; he, artFIDDLE1973/12/07
heart; he, artFIDDLE1980/09/59
heathen; heat, henRABBIT1977/04/18
hedonistic; he, don, is, ticIFANDOR1984/01/58
heishe; he, I, sheNIGHTOWL1986/11/42
hemlock; hem, lockMERLIN1999/09/cf24
heritage; her, it, ageDADGIE*1979/12/31
heritage; her, it, ageFIDDLE1983/06/57
heroin; Hero, inTREESONG1990/11/21
herring; her, ringNIGHTOWL1979/05/58
Hershey; hers, heyMp1984/07/22
Hershiser; hers, his, erMANGIE1988/12/58
hesitant; he, sit, antBODOLPH1978/05/64
hideous; Hideo, U.S.LYRIC1998/07/50
hippodrome; hip, pod, RomeNIGHTOWL1976/07/68
hisself; hiss, ElfWINDJAMMER1983/12/65
histamine; his, ta, mineBLACKSTONE1979/07/11
honesty; hone, styPOLLY1988/02/38
honesty; hone, styUNCANNY1990/11/06
hoodwink; hood, winkMIDURNDIST1973/11/26
Hopper; hop, perMR. TEX1999/05/26
horizontally; horizon, tallyDADGIE*1977/05/32
hotshots; hots, hotsNIGHTOWL1982/08/09
Hottentot; hot, ten, totWITCHWORD1979/06/50
howdah; how, dahDOUBLE-H1984/05/44
hugger-mugger; hugger, muggerIXAXAR1980/12/66
huisache; huis, acheNIGHTOWL1984/10/21
humblest; hum, blestBLAMMESK1991/11/18
humongous; hum, on, go, usMICROPOD1987/04/10
idunit; id, unitXEMU2001/11/13
implicit; imp, licitHAPOWL*1999/01/51
implied; imp, liedHAPOWL*1999/01/51
importunity; import, unityHAP1975/10/27
improbable; imp, rob, ableCERES1980/07/69
incandescent; inc., Andes, centPLAZANTHE*1993/07/53
incandescent; Incan, descentPLAZANTHE*1993/07/53
incandescent; Incan, descentCAZIQUE1998/01/76
incontestable; in, contest, ableTUT1977/02/39
indeed; in, deedUNIQORN/340/09/92
industrial; Indus, trialPHIZZ1990/10/17
industry; Indus, tryJAELTI1986/06/05
infangthief; in, fang, thiefWINDRIFT1984/01/19
information; in, formationFIDDLE1978/12/62
innovation; inn, ovationMEO1978/11/58
innovations; inn, ovationsHAP1976/04/15
interesting; in, teres, tingTREESONG1975/09/38
interface; inter, faceSMAUG1991/11/11
intermediary; inter, me, diaryHAP1983/01/30A
interviewed; inter, vie, wedIFANDOR1986/09/18
intimidate; in, timid, atePAUL & VIRGINIA1971/01/13
in toto; into, toNIGHTOWL1998/10/20
inundated; in, undatedSAKR-EL-BAHR1970/12/12
invoice; in, voiceO'CASEY1971/01/19
Islamabad; is, lama, badRABBIT1984/10/04
jigsaw; jig, sawFLORDELIS1977/02/06
Jo the Loiterer; jot, helo, iter, erJO THE LOITERER1989/11/46
juglandaceous; jug, land, ace, O, usIXAXAR1989/08/60
kaleidoscope; kale, I do, ScopeTREESONG1992/04/38
kindred; kind, redCRAX1996/12/04
Kleenex tissue; Klee, next, issueWINDJAMMER1985/04/12
Kuwait; KU, waitWABBIE*1991/06/55
ladyfinger; lady, fingerBILLY GOAT1971/11/30
lady-killer; lady, killerVAL1975/11/56
lambrequin; lamb, requinALF1988/06/44
"La Mere Coupable"; lame, recoupableQUIZ2001/10/30
lamplight; lamp, lightIFANDOR1971/10/04
Lancelot; lance, lotPOLLY1994/03/50
lapin; lap, inIXAXAR1989/11/71
latebricole; late, bricoleTREESONG1984/11/30
laterigrade; later, I, gradeFIDDLE1972/05/30
laterigrade; later, I, gradeIFANDOR1980/08/64
laughable; laugh, ableVAL1975/10/07
legendary; leg, end, aryHAPOWL*2000/08/55
leisurely; lei, surelyVAL1977/03/62
leisurely; lei, surelyWINDJAMMER1986/10/44
limerick; lime, RickAESOP1993/11/14
liquidambar; liquid, am, barMANGIE1978/05/39
litany; lit, anyBAIRN1979/06/17
litotes; li, totesSULLY1993/09/38
lollipop; loll, I, popIXAXAR1995/11/41
long-parted; long, partedATLANTIC1995/09/28
lotions; Lot, ionsAESOP1995/06/26
ludicrous; ludic, RousIXAXAR1994/05/46
lustrum; lust, rumIXAXAR1991/01/15
lustrum; lust, rumDIRTY JACK1992/09/04
lutescent; lute, scentNIGHTOWL1981/06/19
macaroni; Ma, car, on, IDADGIE*1977/10/63
macerate; mace, rateNIGHTOWL1979/04/24
machinations; Mach, I, nationsCHARADE1973/12/12
Madeira; made, IRALUNCH BOY1997/07/45
Madeline; made, lineDART1999/02/39
Madrid; mad, ridCORN COB1994/12/39
magistracy; ma, gist, racyEARL E. BYRD1997/11/17
maillot; mail, lotSENOR1979/09/16
maillot; mail, lotHAP1979/09/64
maillot; mail, lotWINDJAMMER1987/07/92
maillot; mail, lotTYGER1996/12/39
malediction; male, dictionRETROSORTER1992/04/73
malefactor; male, factorHOHO1973/10/16
manage; man, ageMIDURNDIST1975/07/15
manakin; man, akinTWEASER1983/10/76
Manhattan; man, hat, tanDEE SWEET1979/10/69
manicure; man, I, cureADOBE1980/12/50
manifold; man, if, oldGAB-F1995/04/18
marabout; mar, aboutEOS1983/08/67
marabout; mar, aboutMICROPOD1986/11/82
marathon; mar, a, thonNIGHTOWL1985/10/36
marinade; marina, deLUNCH BOY1997/07/45
marquee; mar, QueeTREESONG1982/04/64
Martha Stewart; mart, haste, wartGECKOWL*1999/11/20
martyred; Marty, redALF1982/03/70
marzipan; mar, zip, anPOLLY1987/05/38
massacre; mass, acreFIDDLE1971/03/07
massage; mass, ageTUT1975/03/51
mathematics; mat, hematicsIXAXAR1984/02/12
matzoon; matzo, onXEMU1999/04/46
maulstick; mauls, tickOKAPI2001/06/45
mayhap; may, HapVAL1976/04/58
mayhem; may, hemHAP1975/06/19
mayhem; may, hemWITCHWORD1978/12/33
mayoral; may, oralHOHO1972/11/08
meadowlark; mead, owl, arkHUVIDOHM*1984/04/49
meant; me, antLARRY1976/05/04
medallion; medal, lionVIRGIE*1982/08/32
medallion; medal, lionPOLLY1988/05/64
megrim; me, grimROSEBUD1999/11/46
Meithei; me, it, he, INIGHTOWL1997/08/04
mendicant; mend, I, can'tMR. TEX1991/11/47
menopause; men, O, pauseVAL1979/09/35
merely; me, relyWABBIT1991/08/A1
merrythought; merry, thoughtBOOKSIE1993/04/38
methadone; met, had, oneDEE SWEET1979/06/01
metromania; met, RomaniaOSTRICH1991/09/36
Michigander; mi, chi, ganderPANABLES*1993/06/41
microchip; mi, croc, hipHARTH*1993/11/80
midrash; mid, rashFIDDLE1985/10/17
milk vetch; mil, kvetchHUDU1987/10/81
million; mill, ionSHENANIGAN1981/12/09
minimax; minim, axIXAXAR1981/10/07
miserable; miser, ablePETE TROLEUM1975/10/36
miserable; miser, ableFIDDLE1983/08/17
misology; miso, logyNIGHTOWL1990/12/69
mistrust; mist, rustMEO1983/07/44
mistyping; misty, pingQAQAQ1991/06/22
mittimus; mitt, ImusEARL E. BYRD1999/11/45
modesty; mode, styIXAXAR1980/09/81
molestation; mole, stationMANGIE1979/09/58
molestation; mole, stationMUNRO1987/01/37
molestation; mole, stationALIKER*1993/07/75
monkeyed; monk, eyedBODOLPH1981/06/55
Mr. Tex; Mr. T, exMR. TEX2000/12/50
mug shot; mug, shotVAL1975/12/10
muscling; Mus, clingBLACKSTONE1974/07/56
mushroom; mush, roomHAP1978/10/45
mustache; must, acheTUT1978/02/02
mustache; must, acheIXAXAR1988/01/21
myoneme; my, one, meNIGHTOWL1979/04/66
Mysore; my, soreKRAY1997/07/62
Namath; Na, math/dev/joe2000/08/cf12
necklace; neck, laceANEMONE1979/06/21
needlepoint; needle, pointFLORDELIS1977/03/30
neighboring; neigh, boringSHRDLU1982/11/62
neighboring; neigh, boringIXAXAR1984/06/74
netsuke; nets, ukeMANGIE2001/09/29
nipperkin; nipper, kinVISITOR1985/03/25
No-Doz; nod, OzUCAOIMHU1996/05/42
noggin; nog, ginULK1984/01/84
noggin; nog, ginTWEASER1988/01/05
nonagenarian; nonage, 'n', ArianCRAX1996/01/24
nonagricultural; 'n, Onagri, cult, UralALF1984/02/21
nonnative; nonnat, I'veNITWOMAN*1994/07/44
no-no; no, noPUGSLEY1996/03/68
notwithstanding; not, with, standingMIS-KNO-MER1970/12/05
novitiate; no, vitiateHAPOWL*2000/09/46
nowhere; now, hereRABBIT1977/07/07
nowhere; now, hereSIBYL1988/12/55
Nunn Bush; Nunn, BushDANDYS1989/04/61
nutshell; nuts, hellTWEASER1983/04/57
nutshell; nuts, hellHAP1986/05/22
off-beat; off, beatVAL1980/01/35
ogee; o, geeFOMALHAUT1984/07/83
Olivetan; olive, tanBLACKSTONE1988/06/10
oncometry; oncome, tryELF1986/07/14
o-o-a-a; oo, aaNEWROW1985/05/81
orchard; orc, hardARACHNE1984/04/26
orchestration; or, chest, rationBARTOK1998/02/44
organdie; organ, dieIOLANTHE1993/02/20
organdies; organ, diesHAP1976/08/32
oribis; or, ibisIXAXAR1986/10/75
originally; or, I, gin, allyTUT1979/08/73
orthographically; ort, hog, rap, hic, allyUNIQORN1979/07/18
osprey; os, preyMEO1979/08/15
outask; out, askMICROPOD1990/04/58
out-Herod; outher, odNITWOMAN*1994/05/39
outranking; outran, kingFLORDELIS1977/05/59
outreaches; outre, achesTUT1973/07/04
overdose; over, dosePUGSLEY1995/04/30
overlap; over, lapHAP1988/08/06
overlook; over, lookTHEM*1989/09/42
overtax; overt, axMANGIE1977/07/52
overtired; overt, iredSIBYL1989/02/72
oxymoron; oxy, mor, onTHE POO1985/08/01
painkiller; pa, ink, illerHUDU1986/11/15
palaver; pal, averFINGER1994/05/22
palingenesis; Palin, Gene, sisLILITH1999/07/39
palmate; pal, mateHAMMER2000/08/58
paltry; pal, tryFIDDLE1973/02/14
paltry; pal, tryL'ALLEGRO1979/07/44
panache; pan, achePETE TROLEUM1976/09/34
panache; pan, acheDEE SWEET1979/09/11
panache; pan, acheCALICOH1984/08/41
pancreases; pan, creasesMR. TEX1994/05/17
pandemonium; pan, demon, I, umWITCHWORD1978/08/40
Pangloss; pang, lossARBUTUS1993/09/52
pangram; pang, ramXEMU1995/04/11
pantanemone; pant, AnemoneANEMONE1981/12/22
parable; par, ableLI'L GAMIN1976/12/16
paralegal; par, ale, galWAXAR*1991/03/85
parallelepiped; par, allele, pipedC'ATCON*1991/07/22
parallelepipedon; par, allele, pipe, donNEWROW1981/06/32
parenthetical; parent, he, ticalIXAXAR1980/10/52
parenthetically; parent, he, tic, allyDEE SWEET1981/11/21
Parintintin; pa, Rin-Tin-TinNIGHTOWL1987/11/35
paronomasia; par, O, nom, AsiaAESOP1997/10/32
parsimony; par, simonyHAP1973/04/43
participant; par, tic, I, pantDEE SWEET1981/02/70
parvenus; par, VenusJUNILESS*1986/05/52
parvenus; par, VenusMR. TEX1995/10/52
passionate; pass, ion, ateBRONWYN1981/11/74
passport; pass, portHAP1979/04/67
pastoral; past, oralIXAXAR1988/12/49
patriot; Pat, riotIXAXAR1997/11/09
peasant; peas, antORACY1983/05/09
peccary; pec, CaryWABBIT1994/05/30
penchant; pen, chantIXAXAR1981/04/06
pentaglot; pen, tag, lotIFANDOR1980/01/11
pentagon; pen, tag, onPOLLY1989/07/66
penthouse; pen, tho, useIXAXAR1981/12/57
perchlorate; perch, lorateNIGHTOWL1983/06/41
perestroika; Peres, troikaPHIZZ1988/09/31
periapt; Peri, aptNIGHTOWL1975/03/25
peridot; peri, dotIFANDOR1986/03/20
periodic; peri, odicIXAXAR1986/01/52
periodontic; period, on, ticMANGIE1977/09/29
periodontologist; period, ontologistHAP1982/03/28
permeating; perm, eatingC'ATTY1991/08/95
Persephone; perse, phoneNIGHTOWL1982/09/07
petticoat; pet, tic, oatBODOLPH1977/10/07
picadores; pic, adoresTAHNAN2001/11/55
pigeon; pig, eonWABBIT1995/02/57
pigeons; pig, eonsHAP1983/05/61
pillage; pill, ageTWEASER1987/08/29
pillaging; pill, agingHAP1976/02/29
Ping-Pong; ping, PongBLACKSTONE1988/01/14
pintadera; pin, tad, eraIFANDOR1980/09/36
pioneering; pi, one, e, ringATLANTIC1982/02/04
piracy; pi, racyIXAXAR1990/10/65
plaintiff; plain, tiffNEOPHYTE1977/10/22
plaintiff; plain, tiffHAP1981/02/59
plaintiff; plain, tiffIXAXAR1987/10/24
plantigrade; plant, I, gradeIFANDOR1978/11/28
pleasing; plea, singIXAXAR1996/11/30
pleasure; plea, surePOLLY1995/01/31
pleasure; plea, sureIXAXAR1997/08/23
plumbago; plumb, agoORACY1984/12/22
plummet; plum, metIFANDOR1983/01/48
plygain; ply, gainIXAXAR1988/12/31
Podunk; Po, DunkPRO-NATURAL*1999/07/34
poetry; Poe, tryPOLLY1995/09/42
policeman; pol, icemanPANACHE1991/02/61
polypodium; polyp, odiumHAP1976/06/50
popeyes; pope, yesNIGHTOWL1978/11/21
portable; port, ableEOS1979/06/58
possessing; posses, singHOHO1972/08/15
posterior; poster, I, orMANGIE1979/05/46
Potchefstroom; pot, chefs, T, roomDART1999/05/05
pothole; Po, tholeMANGIE1994/05/48
potsherds; pots, herdsJERG1983/07/73
prickado; prick, adoMICROPOD1990/11/69
proclaim; pro, claimVAL1979/05/04
profitably; pro, fit, ablyTUT1980/09/97
prolegomena; pro, leg, omen, aTREESONG1986/09/11
pronouncement; pronoun, cementULK1982/12/56
pronouncement; pronoun, cementO KAT*2001/02/96
proptosis; prop, to, sisPOLLY1996/02/59
prosecute; prose, cuteMANGIE1976/11/37
provenance; prove, nanceIXAXAR1982/01/05
provender; pro, venderMIDURNDIST1973/03/10
Publius Terentius Afer; pub, Liu, stere, 'n', tiu, saferUCAOIMHU2001/08/22
pull-over; pull, overHOHO1971/12/13
pumpernickel; pumper, nickelHAP1973/08/07
pundonor; pun, do, norANEMONE1985/02/58
pundonor; pun, donorTREESONG1974/07/22
pungently; pun, gentlyTUT1976/12/19
putrid; put, ridSIGMASEXSPRING1973/06/06
Quackenbush; quack, en, bushASKEW1982/12/23
quatrain; qua, trainQUIZ1998/09/cf10
quickset; quick, setHOHO1971/09/22
quinquangle; quin, QuangleTREESONG1982/04/62
ragamuffin; raga, muffinHAP1977/01/02
rampage; ram, pagePOLLY1994/12/69
rampage; ramp, agePOLLY1994/12/68
rapidly; rap, idlyIFANDOR1985/07/26
readmission; read, miss, I, onTWEASER1985/04/41
reappear; reap, pearLUNCH BYRD*1997/05/33
reapportion; reap, portionSHENANIGAN1981/08/05
rearrange; rear, rangeLOULI1982/08/17
rearrested; rear, restedHAP1978/12/38
redactor; red, actorIXAXAR1987/03/47
redolent; redo, lentJERG1984/04/73
redolent; redo, lentBOOKSIE1992/11/50
redoubtable; redoubt, ableEOS1981/10/12
regurgitate; regur, git, ateEOS1981/04/20
reigniter; reign, iterA. CHEM1971/12/03
reignore; reign, oreSIBAQ*1991/06/72
reinforced; rein, forcedBRONWYN1981/09/37
reinforcement; re, in, for, cementTWEASER1982/09/29
reinvigorate; rein, vigor, ateRABBIT1984/02/30
replace; rep, laceSANIT1994/08/70
restoration; rest, orationBLACKSTONE1970/12/26
Rochester; roc, HesterfaRO1998/09/cf34
Rotherham; rot, her, hamBODOLPH1983/01/34
rotundo; rot, undoMANGIE1990/04/35
rummage sale; rum, mages, aleFEDERICO2001/07/24
rumpled; rum, pledMANGIE1976/06/22
rumpled; rump, ledMANGIE1976/06/22
run-of-the-mill; run, oft, hem, illNIGHTOWL1976/06/12
sagacity; saga, cityIFANDOR1985/08/85
San Diego; sand, I, egoHAPOWL*1978/08/22
sandlotter; S and L, otterQAQAQ1991/08/59
sangfroid; sang, fro, idMANGIE1979/06/59
saw-whet; saw, whetMICROPOD1989/12/37
scabbard; scab, bardHAPOWL*2001/09/34
scantier; scan, tierHAP1975/09/13
scarcity; scar, cityDEE SWEET1988/05/61
scathe; scat, heWITCHWORD1979/04/13
scramasax; scram, as, axIFANDOR1972/11/09
scrambled; scram, bledTHE GREAT 100*2000/07/73
seecatch; see, catchIXAXAR1982/12/70
seepage; see, pageDEE SWEET1982/01/09
seersucker; seer, suckerTWEASER1986/09/22
seething; see, thingHAP1976/12/59
seminary; semi, naryWHAT HO!*1998/12/61
serendipity; SE, rend, I, pityHAP1971/10/04
sergeants; serge, antsTREESONG1975/03/34
sexagenary; sex, age, naryWOODIE1984/08/03
sextuplets; sex, tup, let'sUNIQORN1978/07/63
sferics; SF, Eric'sALF1984/03/38
shaddock; shad, dockDEE SWEET1981/04/72
sheugh; she, ughMELIMLIN*1992/06/48
shinarump; shin, a, rumpTWEASER1986/06/54
shortcake; short, cakeVAL1980/06/04
shortstop; shorts, topHAP1977/09/03
shudder; sh, udderHAP1988/10/25
sidekick; side, kickVAL1977/08/14
sight unseen; sigh, tun, seenEOS1981/01/40
significant; sign, if, I, can'tTUT1980/10/77
simpletonic; simple, tonicFARO1984/04/23
sincerely; since, relyMERLIN1980/10/01
sincerest; since, restDEE SWEET1980/05/23
singleton; sing, let, onSPHINGIE*1985/07/39
singular; ???TUT1974/04/48
sinusitis; sin, us, it, isDEE SWEET1979/07/47
siphoned; sip, honedMANGIE1977/10/36
Skinplicity; ski, NPL, I, cityTREESONG1981/10/37
slattern; slat, ternNOT INSANE1985/03/30
slipshod; slips, hodMANGIE1977/01/23
slipshod; slips, hodIXAXAR1992/07/67
slumgullion; slum, gull, ionPEBBLES1991/08/04
Socratean; so, crate, anELF1984/10/79
Somalia; so, Mali, aTWEASER1989/02/14
somewhat; so, mew, hatIFANDOR1972/12/20
somewhat; so, mew, hatWABBIT1994/03/61
soothers; soot, hersIFANDOR1973/03/17
sophistry; sop, his, tryL'ALLEGRO1979/12/14
spare tire; spa, retireMANX1983/11/02
sparrow; spar, rowMANGIE1975/01/24
Spartan; spar, tanVAL1977/09/24
spitfire; spit, fireGADJET1982/07/42
squawking; squaw, kingHAP1981/09/58
stableman; stab, lemanIXAXAR1984/10/45
Star Chamber; starch, amberPANACHE1993/03/61
Star Chamber; starch, amberMR. TEX1996/12/36
state-of-the-art; state, oft, heartAL G. BYRD*1995/08/50
stratagem; strata, gemHAP1981/06/46
stratagems; strata, gemsIXAXAR1983/04/298
strumpet; strum, petFIDDLE1973/09/31
strumpet; strum, petVAL1977/10/68
stubborn; stub, bornFIDDLE1981/06/29
sundry; sun, dryTUT1981/09/50
sunglasses; sung, lassesIXAXAR1983/06/33
sunglasses; sung, lassesBRILLIG1991/08/88
superblock; super, blockTREESONG1975/12/53
superblock; superb, lockTREESONG1975/12/53
superego; sup, ere, goMANGIE1979/10/15
supplemental; supple, mentalHAP1976/05/31
support; sup, portBODOLPH1977/09/36
supposition; sup, positionIFANDOR1980/03/10
surgeon; surge, onFIDDLE1982/09/17
tabernaemontana; tabernae, MontanaMERLIN1998/05/53
table tennis; tablet, EnnisMANGIE1997/08/22
taciturn; tacit, urnIXAXAR1994/08/38
tapestries; tapes, triesHAP1974/05/07
tapestries; tapes, triesJOKER1990/11/23
tapestry; tapes, tryFIDDLE1986/04/29
tapsal-teerie; tap, salt, eerieCRAXIE*1995/05/61
Tarkington; tar, king, tonBODOLPH1979/01/69
Taxidea; tax, ideaNIGHTOWL1982/02/39
tea service; teaser, viceWABBIT1994/02/10
telemarketer; telemark, "E.T.", erMR. TEX1996/11/73
temperate; Tempe, rateBLACKSTONE1985/12/43
tenace; ten, aceTWEASER1983/08/28
tendentious; ten, dent, IOUsWINDRIFT1982/02/44
tenoroon; ???PETE TROLEUM1973/01/54
Tenzin Gyatso; ten, zingy, at, soXEMU1996/01/76
theowmen; the, ow, menNIGHTOWL1979/12/59
thereupon; the, re-up, onPANACHE1994/06/47
though; tho, ughUNIQORN1979/07/54
thought-humbled; though, thumb, ledMERLIN1991/10/31
thought-winged; though, twingedMERLIN1993/12/47
timenoguy; time, no, guyHAP1978/08/50
tissue; 'tis, suePOLLY1994/02/68
tomalley; tom, alleyANEMONE1981/01/52
tomboy; tomb, oyNIGHTOWL1979/11/58
tormentor; tor, men, torPHIZZ1986/08/ku01
tormentor; tor, mentorTHE GREAT 100*2000/05/11
tornado; torn, adoPETE TROLEUM1973/06/19
tornado; torn, adoDADGIE*1993/07/32
tosspot; toss, potVAL1978/11/43
tourbillion; tour, billionIFANDOR1986/01/60
tourbillion; tour, billionQED1995/02/72
tourbillion; tour, billionG NATURAL2000/11/40
touse; to, useTUT1980/04/21
traitor; trait, orVAL1980/04/24
treenails; tree, nailsMIDURNDIST1972/04/29
triggerman; trig, GermanCRAX1998/02/06
trimester; trim, esterHAP1973/03/33
trimorphic; trim, orphicHAP1973/03/34
triplet; trip, letWABANNY*1991/06/86
tripod; trip, ODNIGHTOWL1992/06/62
troops; T. R., oopsWINDJAMMER1984/10/69
trouble; trou, bleWAMPAGIE*1998/04/14
tumble-down; tum, bled, ownB. NATURAL1972/02/04
twelve-wired birds; Twelve-W, I, redbirdsMERLIN & NEWROW*1989/11/10
typewriter; type, writerVAL1979/06/48
unauthentic; unau, then, ticPLANTON1983/09/44
uppity; up, pityPANACHE1995/01/56
upscuddle; ups, cuddleTWEASER1985/05/86
usage; us, ageFIDDLE1978/08/76
vichyssoise; Vichy, SS, OiseTWEASER1984/06/35
view angle; vie, WangleTREESONG1982/04/63
viewing; vie, wingLARRY1976/01/60
vinegarish; vine, garishWINDJAMMER1985/03/45
walking lady; walk-in, gladyDUMBO, A.*1991/06/45
wallaby; wall, a, byAMBER1980/09/30
waltzed; Walt, zedJOLLIPITCH*1988/10/67
wanhap; wan, HapPHILANA1979/04/54
wantonly; want, onlyMERLIN1981/03/42
wantwit; wan, twitFIDDLE1973/06/36
wantwit; want, witFIDDLE1973/06/36
wardrobe; ward, robePAP NDROME1987/08/39
war paint; warp, ain'tMERLIN1994/05/23
warrant; war, rantFIDDLE1971/08/22
wasabis; was, a, b, isMERLIN2001/06/40
weeknights; wee, knightsHAP1974/12/43
weevil; we, evilBRUTUS1976/09/08
West River; we, striverALF1984/04/81
wheezing; whee, zingHAP1986/08/65
whether; whet, herBRUTUS1980/02/76
whippet; whip, petMANGIE1975/07/47
whippoorwill; whip, poor, WillANEMONE1981/03/09
whistled; whist, ledIXAXAR1992/07/25
whiteness; whiten, essTREESONG1975/05/48
white stopper; whit, estop, perTREESONG1975/06/12
whole grain; who, leg, rainNEWGIE*2001/10/44
wholesome; whole, someVAL1976/09/49
whorehouse; who, rehouseHAP1977/05/53
whydah; why, dahDOUBLE-H1984/05/44
windlass; wind, lassFARO1975/08/02
Windsor tie; wind, sortieMR. TEX1993/11/44
winnow; win, nowIFANDOR1989/01/24
winsomeness; win, some, nessA. CHEM1976/02/16
wintry; win, tryWINDJAMMER1993/05/30
withe; wit, heMANGIE1976/12/57
withhold; wit, HH, oldMERLIN1980/12/70
wombat; womb, atVOKS2001/06/34
wraprascal; wrap, rascalMERLIN1977/06/66
wraprascal; wrap, rascalKAMEL1977/12/21
written; writ, tenWILLz1976/09/71
yellow jacket; yell, ow, jacketNOHOLDS BARD1990/09/75
youward; you, wardNIGHTOWL1999/09/cf06
zither; zit, herWABBIT1999/03/07
 
Charades (Letter-Changed)
guitar; gue, tarEARL E. BYRD1998/02/60
 
Charades (Partially-Reversed)
Antonin; an, not, inPEBBLES1994/12/80
dolce vita; clod, EvitaTRAZOM1988/06/16
 
Charades (Phonetic)
adolescent; addle, lessonVOLAR1980/08/50
aphrodisiac; Afro, dizzy, yakTWEASER1986/08/05
aphrodisiacs; Afro, dizzy, axHAP1977/08/29
automatic; autumn, atticWINDJAMMER1984/05/74
automatic; autumn, atticENDGAME1997/12/30
backache; baa, cakeWILLz1980/03/73
Barnes and Noble; barn, sand, know, bullALF1983/11/39
becloud; beak. loudHOHO1973/11/42
bicycling; buy, sicklingMERLIN1973/07/12
billionaire; bill, yon, airFIDDLE1974/04/17
biscuit; bisque, itGRAYDOL1974/02/02
blueprints; bloop, rinseB. NATURAL1972/01/08
borzoi; bores, oyJOKER1991/09/23
brewmaster; broom, asterMANGIE1978/10/52
brouhaha; brew, ha-haTREESONG1985/12/35
brouhaha; brew, ha-haWINDJAMMER1986/10/73
brouhaha; bruja, haTREESONG1985/12/35
brownies; brow, kneesBODOLPH1981/04/11
buttocks; butt, oxPASSERINA1987/10/18
cabana set; cub, anisetteMANX1988/07/57
Cadillac; cad, ill, lackKAMEL1974/11/56
cantankerous; cant, anchor, usUNIQORN1978/05/45
cartridge; cart, richFARO1975/01/59
Cassini; cuss, eenyUCAOIMHU1999/09/50
catastrophe; cat, Astro, feeHOHO1974/06/41
cochair; coach, airWINDJAMMER1991/09/15
codependent; coda, pendantMR. TEX2000/05/12
cognac; cone, yakWAXAR*1991/09/56
comme il faut; come, eel, foeAL GEBRA1990/03/46
complete; come, pleatOEDIPUS, JR.1972/04/08
conquered; khan, KurdNIGHTOWL1974/08/38
cribbage; crib, ageJUNIOR1986/04/26
crocheted; crow, shadeIXAXAR1982/02/57
crocheted; crow, shadeCORN COB1986/05/36
cross-eyed; craw, sighedSIBYL1990/12/67
cruciverbalist; Krewe, sieve, herbalistAXIFROSH*1999/07/59
crusader; crew, sederEARL E. BYRD1999/03/21
cuticle; cue, tickleIXAXAR1981/02/68
cypress; sigh, pressIXAXAR1986/06/26
depend; deep, endHUDU1984/05/05
documentary; dock, you, meant, airyHOHO1974/01/35
duxelles; duck, sellG NATURAL1999/02/12
ecstatic; xed, atticAL GEBRA1987/12/40
egregious; egg, RegisMANGIE2000/11/90
eye contact; icon, tactPANACHE1990/09/64
fairy stories; ???HOHO1973/07/32
fiancee; fee, on, sayHOHO1973/06/44
foreclose; fork, lowsHOHO1973/03/41
four-star; forced, areALF1984/04/43
frequent; freak, wentRABBIT1977/08/02
frequent; freak, wentMERLIN1981/02/73
Fritos; free, toesHOT1986/08/83
frondescence; frond, essenceMACHIAVELLI1982/02/60
geoduck; gooey, duckWINDJAMMER1989/05/40
haiku; high, cooG NATURAL1999/02/58
hauynophyre; ha, winnow, fireBLACKSTONE1983/11/14
hearsay; hear, seTREESONG1976/09/45
hierarchies; higher, ark, easeHOHO1972/04/37
highfaluting; Haifa, lutingPANACHE2002/01/66
histrionics; hiss, tree, onyxNEWROW1995/08/25
hogwash; haw, gouacheHOHO1973/01/52
holy cats; ho, leak, atsHOHO1974/10/44
horseshoe; hoarse, shooB. NATURAL1970/02/26
hurricane; hurry, caneFIDDLE1972/09/x01
incongruity; ink, on, grue, wittyHOHO1973/04/54
industrialization; inn, dust, realizationWILLz1973/03/28
inferno; infer, knowNEWROW1985/02/49
irregardless; eerie, guardlessTREESONG1985/07/09
Jubilate; Yuba, latteSAXIFRAGE1999/07/09
jyngine; gin, ginBLACKSTONE1990/05/44
kaleidoscope; colitis, copePANACHE1994/02/31
keynote speech; keen, oats, peachRANDOM WALK1981/11/80
Kmart; came, artNIGHTOWL1997/02/09
knee-tied; neat, eyedMERLIN1973/12/14
leucocholy; lieu, Coke, OllieAIIE*1995/08/20
locksmith; lox, mythMANGIE1991/05/41
"Londonderry Air"; London, derriereJOKEJAMMER*1992/01/35
low-cholesterol; local, Esther, allWINDJAMMER1991/05/05
lucerne; loose, urnPETE TROLEUM1980/06/22
lynx-eyed; link, sighedHOODWINK1970/12/31
Macy's; may, seizeNIGHTOWL1997/02/10
makeup; may, cupAL GEBRA1970/12/14
mannequin; man, akinPHIZZ1992/04/16
marchpane; march, painPHIZZ1987/09/37
maxixe; my, sheeshTREESONG1997/06/29
melancholy; melon, collieWINDJAMMER1984/03/81
methadone; Method, ownG NATURAL2000/06/41
microquake; Mike, croak, wakeWINDJAMMER1992/04/70
Mississippi; missis, sip, PSIOUXCQ1975/05/58
motorboat; moat, herb, oatWILLz1977/12/08
naked; nee, kidCALICOH1985/01/69
New Rochelle; Newrow, shellTREESONG1982/04/52
nippitato; nip, potatoTREESONG1978/10/06
nocturne; knocked, urnJOKIPEDE*1989/06/18
Olympics; owe, limb, picksLARRY1985/02/36
oxeye; ah, xiBAM1971/01/14
Paisley shawl; pays, leash, allNIGHTOWL1981/10/54
parade; par, aidT-9-C TEXAN1973/12/51
persuade; purr, suedePASSERINA1988/03/74
persuade; purse, weighedMERLIN1971/11/04
perwitsky; purr, wits, keyULJACK*1988/09/45
Philander Chase Knox; philander, chace, knocksCACHE1999/11/14
phlebotomize; flea, bottom, eyesAL GEBRA1990/10/35
Phoenix; fee, KnicksPHIZZ1988/04/09
phoenix; fee, nixBRUTUS1983/02/07
pillowcase; pill, oak, aceBLACKSTONE1982/03/07
pinkie; ping, keyA. CHEM1972/02/0?
playgirl; plague, earlTREESONG1977/05/05
Poconos; poke, on, noseANEMONE1983/07/22
Princeton; prints, tonPHIZZ1989/06/02
psychic; sigh, kickVOLAR1981/03/29
psychoquack; sigh, coke, whackELF1986/12/43
putschism; put, schismULK1985/10/11
racism; ray, schismBLACKSTONE1982/11/11
Rainier; ray, nearWILLz1978/03/11
rectangle; wreck, tangleWINDJAMMER1985/05/73
relinquish; reel, ink, wishWILLz1975/07/18
rhurbarb; rue, barbHAP1971/12/29
satisfactions; sat, is, fact, ionsTUT1973/11/45
schnapps; sh, napsHAP1985/08/70
sciatica; sigh, AtticaWINDJAMMER1985/02/03
seaquake; seek, wakeTRAZOM1987/08/16
sequestration; "seaQuest", rationJAELTI1995/03/55
Shinto; shin, toeHAP1987/10/47
shocking; shah, kingHAP1978/12/75
"Silver Blaze"; sill, verb, lazeUCAOIMHU1999/06/55
soliloquize; sole, ill, oak, wiseHOHO1972/03/16
soliloquize; soul, ill, oak, wiseHOHO1972/03/16
somersault; summer, saltMERLIN1972/03/12
stipend; sty, pennedDITTO1999/10/56
sybarite; Sib, arightTRAZOM1989/06/28
Synclavier; sin, clay, vee, erKREMLIN1986/03/ku02
syntax; sin, taxBODOLPH1979/04/62
total; tote, AlOEDIPUS, JR.1972/04/28
trainee; tray, kneeWINDJAMMER1991/03/75
tricycling; try, sicklingMERLIN1973/07/12
troubadour; true, bud, orSPHINX1984/11/12
Truffaut; true, fauxTRAZOM1992/05/45
Tutankhamen; too, tun, commonPHIZZ1989/05/24
Tutankhamen; toot, uncommonSENOR1979/02/32
tuxedo; tuck, C, doDOUBLE-H1980/02/62
verjuice; verge, useAL GEBRA1990/12/01
Viking; vie, kingMIS-KNO-MER1976/03/B0
wake up; way, cupLEAFLET*1994/02/45
warbler; wore, blurJOKER1995/03/43
warfare; wharf, airMACHIAVELLI1981/10/17
waxwing; whack, swingWABBIT1994/01/51
wayfarer; waif, errorQUIZ1999/01/33
wayzgoose; ways, gooseFARO1974/10/25
weakling; oui, clingWILLz1978/02/14
Willesden; WILLz, doneMERLIN1989/09/79
wryneck; Rhine, EckBLACKSTONE1990/05/43
 
Charades (Reversed)
anosmia; aim, son, aGECKO1984/05/66
Barcelona; an, ole, crabULK1987/05/03
cohesion; noise, hocIRISH1979/08/19
Cyrano de Bergerac; care, grebe, do, nary, CUNIQORN1980/08/60
dahlias; sail, hadLARRY1973/12/29
decaffeinates; set, ani, effacedSAKR-EL-BAHR1971/08/15
dogma; am, GodFIDDLE1987/12/26
dognap; Pan, GodMERLIN1991/04/37
editorial; lair, O, tideLARCOH*1984/03/68
Emeril; lire, me/dev/joe2002/01/34
eradicates; set, acid, areHOHO1973/08/48
exultation; no, it, at, luxeTUT1974/12/45
flacon; no, calfIXAXAR1982/08/66
frenetic; cite, nerfMERLIN1988/11/15
garbanzo; Oz, nab, ragALICE1988/10/34
magnolia; ai, long, amIXAXAR1986/03/06
malapropos; sopor, pa, lamMERLIN1990/06/40
marten; net, ramIXAXAR1985/02/31
murder; red, rumIXAXAR1984/11/54
murmur; rum, rumBLACKSTONE1974/12/54
muskrats; stark, sumLARRY1974/05/29
pardon; nod, rapFIDDLE1975/01/23
parsnip; pins, rapIXAXAR1981/02/55
partner; rent, rapIXAXAR1982/03/04
political; lac, it, I, lopFIDDLE1977/03/24
strabismus; sum, sib, artsQUIP1980/12/05
suburban; nab, rub, usQUIP1982/03/78
tackle; elk, catHOHENZOLLERN1997/06/41
yannigan; nag, in, nayMANGIE1990/03/53
yardage; egad, raySPHINX1984/01/48
Yorba Linda; ad, nil, ab, Roy415 lb of snake2001/12/36
 
Consonantcies
abbess, babassuBEO2000/02/12
abide, bed, bidDANDR1999/09/cf34
abiding, badinageMANGIE1992/04/71
Abyssinia, bassoonWAXAR*1993/03/23
acquit, coquet415 lb of snake2001/12/71
acuity, cat, coati, coyote, cuteWABBIT1994/01/55
Adam's ale, damselWABBIE*1992/05/44
add, aided, aoudad, died, dudWABBIT1994/04/55
adipose, depose, OedipusUCAOIMHU2000/11/25
admen, Damien, damn, demon, domain, domino, Idi AminTYED DOWN*1995/09/53
Aeaea, ai, EIEIO, IOU, youTYED DOWN*1992/12/31
Aeolian, lineUCAOIMHU2000/09/54
Aeolian lyre, lonelierTRAZOM1991/02/05
Aepyornithidae, parenthoodAI1996/12/46
after, feature, futureSAPPHO2000/05/01
again, Eugene, genie, gin, gnu, gone, guinea, gunTYED DOWN*1999/04/33
agile, gal, goalie, ogle, uglyWABBIT1994/08/66
agreeable, gerbilUNCANNY1991/12/55
aguey, gooey, Goya, ouguiyaNIGHTOWL1992/10/65
aha, eheu, yahooMAELSTROM1997/11/08
Ahriman, harmony, hormoneKING FRIVOLITY1998/10/60
aide-memoire, Demi MooreXEMU1995/11/01
Air France, referenceCAZIQUE1999/04/18
alabaster, lobsterLEAFLET*1993/08/06
Aladdin, Lady DianaWINDJAMMER1993/02/28
Aleutian, Altoona, LaotianAIIE*1996/09/54
alienate, lentMANGIE1991/08/85
51100 DOWN1993/08/75
alopecia, alpacaULK1999/10/33
alter ego, liturgyCORMER*1992/03/70
alveoli, level, olive oilUCAOIMHU1999/12/03
ami de cour, MedicareNEWROW1990/10/72
amoeba, maybeEARL E. BYRD1997/02/54
Amy Irving, Marvin GayeXEMU1998/09/18
anacrusis, increasesXEMU1997/08/55
an eye for an eye, infernoJUNEBERLIN*1991/06/41
an eye for an eye, infernoXEMU1996/06/30
anger, youngerARBUTUS1992/11/02
anodyne, IndianNIGHTOWL2001/09/20
anonym, ununiumUCAOIMHU1999/11/19
antic, entice, noticeARBUTUS1992/01/68
anyone, neon, nine, no oneATLANTIC1992/05/62
anyone, onionATLANTIC1992/03/27
apartment, portmanteauTAHNAN2001/08/50
apiarist, parasite, priest, prosit, puristMR. TEX1997/09/50
Apocynaceae, picnicWABBIT1997/03/36
apology, epilogue, plugUCAOIMHU2000/07/03
apple, peopleATLANTIC1992/03/26
April, [Peoria, IL], perilNEWROW1991/08/61
arboraceous, rubricsXELK*1998/08/30
archy, earache, reach, roachASTORIAN1996/06/14
argue, orgy, rage, rogue, rougeISIS1995/02/13
arterionecrosis, return creasesOSTRICH1996/06/18
Ascot, societyWABBIE*1992/07/47
"As I Lay Dying", slidingBEACON1994/01/57
asparagus, superegosUNCANNY1993/01/65
aspire, spar, spear, spree, superADOBE1992/02/57
aspire, spare, superSAPPHO2000/05/02
Assyria, EssaouiraMERLIN1992/09/54
Atlanta, talentEARL E. BYRD1998/07/16
atlantosaurus, to lie on its oarsOSTRICH1991/07/30
atomic radius, time cardsNEWROW1992/06/02
aught, eightDUMBO, A.*1992/05/18
au naturel, entirely, inter alia, on trialMUZIQ*2001/07/13
aureole, realia, rouleau, yarelyDUMBO, A.*1991/08/07
autocrat, tea cartWABBIE*1997/01/57
automobile, tumbleCORN COB1991/06/03
avaricious, voraciousTIRED*1995/03/50
average, verge, virago, VirgoCORN COB1995/08/49
awaked, weekdayALF1992/09/51
awesome, "woe is me"QAQAQ2000/01/27
Baie-Comeau, becomeMERLIN2000/05/10
Barbary sheep, barbershopX NATURAL*1999/10/29
Basques, obsequiousEARL E. BYRD2000/11/62
bazooka, bouzoukiTYGERGNAT*1999/05/08
beachmaster, biochemistryMEKI1995/11/71
bear, boreWABBIT1992/10/73
beau ideal, bodilyLUNCH BOY1996/10/29
bee's knees, buskins100 DOWN1996/12/26
beet-red, betrayedMR. TEX2000/09/24
begin, begonia, beguineTRAZOM1990/11/02
Belgians, BologneseAIIE*1996/09/51
bent, bonita, bounty, buoyantWABBIT1999/07/23
bescutcheon, biscuit chinaERATIQUE*1999/12/11
blotto, oublietteLEAFLET*1993/12/24
boatswain, BotswanaPANACHE1992/10/18
boatswain, BotswanaBEO1999/09/45
bonxies, obnoxiousTREESONG1999/12/46
booboisie, yobbosXEMU1999/11/37
Bordeaux, broadaxWABBIT1992/03/20
bouquets, ubiquitousMR. TEX1998/06/01
bourgeoisie, bragsMR. TEX1995/02/30
brainteasers, brontosaurusX-BOY*1999/11/04
cake, cookie, icky, yuckAIIE*2001/10/43
Caledonian, cloud nineLUNCH BOY1998/12/13
calendar, cylinderMR. TEX2000/06/72
call it a day, collatedLUNCH BOY1999/01/10
calorie, celery, clear, eclairBELLES LETTRES1991/12/12
calorie, celery, eclairAIIE*2001/10/47
Canada, candy, caned, cyanideMR. TEX1997/09/25
caraway, crowCAZIQUE1999/06/22
carefree, carfare100 DOWN1999/02/31
carnivorous, coronavirusNEWROW1991/03/82
cellophane, cell phoneLUNCH BOY2000/04/29
certain, Croatan, curtainCORN COB1992/10/16
chair, cohere, ocherWABBIT1997/11/60
challenge, chillingCORN COB1991/08/96
chance, OchnaceaeWABBIT1999/08/27
character, charcuterieARBUTUS1994/08/12
charlatan, Charlie TunaBERCON!*1993/12/49
cheeriest, EucharistASTORIAN1996/11/76
Cincinnati, conconnityTRAQAQ*1995/08/40
cloudy, cluedATLANTIC1991/12/35
coined, "O Canada"G NATURAL1998/09/cf09
company store, compensatoryXEMAQ*1995/04/17
conspire, ocean sprayNEWROW1995/02/15
cookie, yuckyWINDJAMMER1993/08/69
Crater, curatoryTABLESAW2002/01/59
croweth, crwthNEWROW1995/03/70
curious, cursePHIZZ1992/10/40
dayrooms, deer mouseNEWROW1993/11/67
deisidaimonia, DesdemonaTY U*1999/02/25
delirious, idlersARBUTUS1991/04/26
desuetude, dustedBLARED*1999/04/59
dieresis, dressBLAMMESK1996/12/43
dollar-a-year, dull roarUCAOIMHU2000/01/34
douroucouli, DraculaG NATURAL2000/11/28
East India root, StanderatNEWROW1992/10/80
easy does it, sadistBEANNY*1993/04/01
easy for you to say, strafesJAB-F*1999/05/20
easygoing, signageCACHE1996/05/41
easy-hearted, short-eyedNEWROW1993/04/40
eating, tangy, teenage, tinge, tongue, too-youngTEKI1996/03/65
Eeyore, RooPANACHE2001/09/53
egregiously, garage saleXEMU1997/04/66
elaeothesium, loathsomeMERLIN1997/06/53
elapse, El Paso, loupesNEWROW1992/12/05
elect, elocute, licit, locateBLAMMESK1992/01/63
elision, Laysen, loosen, LouisianaNEWROW1990/11/36
embryo, mbiraWINDJAMMER1993/02/47
emotion, metanoiaBLA'MANGE*1993/01/69
enmity, nimietyLIBRA1999/06/12
equate, qt, quoteKREMLIN1992/07/75
Erica Kane, RockneGTAHZNII*2000/10/39
eschew, schwaMR. TEX1993/09/59
estrange, staring, stringy, strongBARTOK1998/03/59
eternity, Toronto, turn outATLANTIC1991/08/77
etymology, time lagUCAOIMHU2001/05/57
euphony, peahenALF2001/08/60
Eure-et-Loir, retailerNEWROW1992/05/47
eye of a needle, fondlyJUNEBERLIN*1993/10/04
eye rhyme, rheumyXEMU1995/01/28
Falun Gong, flingingLUNCH BOY1999/09/59
farthest-out, fourth estateLUNCH BOY2001/11/21
fearfully, free fallARBUTUS2001/07/73
feeble, fibula, foibleWABBIT1993/01/50
felt-tip, flattopPANACHE1998/05/41
ferae naturae, frontier, furnitureXEMU1994/07/36
fetal, footle, futileTYED DOWN*1995/10/74
fey, oaf, UFOTYGRESS*1999/03/12
film, flumeNIGHTOWL2001/02/32
finagle, FingalDITTO1999/01/55
firing pin, frangipani, frying panMR. TEX1998/08/05
first, frostyBRILLIG1992/03/07
first-rate, frustrateUNCANNY1992/06/07
free and easy, friendsAIIE*1997/02/49
Game Boy, GumbyTYGER1999/04/16
good guy, OuagadougouTRAZOM1991/01/62
gorp, grape, groupieUCAOIMHU1998/12/70
hallowed, hellweed, hollow-eyed, HollywoodPANACHE1996/06/16
hate, haute, HotHOT1994/03/52
hauteur, hetaeraTRAZOM1991/09/34
Hawaii, howG NATURAL2001/12/37
he, Ohio, yoo-hooMERLIN1993/04/37
hearsay, hearse, hers, horse, hoursTYED DOWN*1993/06/15
heartened, Horatian odeIOLANTHE1992/12/34
Hilo, hulaG NATURAL2001/12/37
india ink, nudnikAIIE*1995/10/21
Indo-European, underpinUCAOIMHU2000/10/50
into, notATLANTIC1992/01/04
Ionian, non-UCAOIMHU2000/09/53
Iraqis, IroquoisMR. TEX1996/07/65
iscariotic, SocraticEARL E. BYRD2000/01/16
itchy, tach, tai chi, techie, touchePANACHE1997/06/38
Janus, Juno'sUCAOIMHU2000/01/48
keraunia, UkraineMERLIN1992/11/57
knot, KnuteGTAHZNII*2000/10/39
Kodak, Kodiak, okeydokeyNIGHTOWL2001/02/31
Lafayette, Lafitte100 DOWN1994/07/57
lay low, yellowNIGHTOWL1999/10/22
leap year, leperBEO2000/04/03
leap-year day, leopard, lip-read, lop-earedNEWROW1991/12/07
Lebanese, LibyansAIIE*1996/09/53
liable, looby-looATLANTIC1992/01/38
loitering, ultrayoungTRAZOM2000/03/64
"Lola", "Louie, Louie"UCAOIMHU1997/07/20
maintain, mention, Montana, mountainUNCANNY1993/01/17
maioidea, MDMERLIN1993/06/19
maitre d', Mater Dei, meteoroid, miteredPANAX*1993/09/61
make do, mikadoEARL E. BYRD1996/06/31
mama, yummyWINDJAMMER1993/08/68
mangle, Maya Angelou, MongoliaQAQAQ1993/06/05
many, men, mine, moonFEDERICO2001/02/51
many-eyed, MondayATLANTIC1992/02/21
martyrs, meritorious, mortuariesWABBIE*1997/05/71
Mata Hari, motherXEMU1995/02/25
Maya Angelou, mingleMR. TEX1997/08/07
May Easy List, measliestLUNCH BOY2000/05/63
menage a trois, Ming treesCORN COB1990/12/45
mesquite, misquote, mosquitoMR. TEX1996/11/38
miaoued, mooedMERLIN1991/02/01
milk, MolokaiMR. TEX1996/12/28
milliner, millionaireWABBIT1992/07/65
mimosa, Sam-I-AmBEO2000/11/67
mineralogy, minor leagueAIIE*1996/09/20
minister, monster100 DOWN1998/09/37
misquote, mosquitoSTORYTELLER1999/07/33
monotonous, munitionsGAB-F1998/06/17
nacho, oenochoeWABBIT1996/11/09
Naples, NepaleseAIIE*1996/09/52
navarch, nouveau richeCACHE1997/01/39
neocyanine, UncannyCRASH*1999/09/35
never-say-die, unversedAIIE*1995/11/67
nine, noneDUMBO, A.*1992/05/18
nine-one-one, nonunionSTROMACHE*1996/03/07
open sesame, pianissimoAIIE*1995/12/08
opera, Peoria, pourNEWROW1991/08/61
orbit, reboot, robot, rubaiyatXEMU1994/02/24
oregano, Oregon, origin, organ, ray gun, Reagan, regain, region, reignUNCANNY1992/04/43
origin, organ, regain, region, RogaineASTORIAN1996/09/58
[Orono, Maine], "Rain Man"NEWROW1991/01/44
Oscar Wilde, scrawledXEMU1996/01/64
ouzo, UziD & G NATURAL*1999/05/07
overdiscount, viridescentLUNCH BOY1999/10/62
overeats, virtuosoALF1993/02/24
oyster white, straw hatNEWROW1994/02/15
ozokerite, zikuratALF1992/12/55
painterly, PenetraliaALF1992/08/24
palimony, palominoMR. TEX1991/03/54
Panache, paunchy, penucheMANACHE1996/07/35
panoply, pen palCAZIQUE2001/09/15
panoramas, up in armsSUFFRAGE*1999/11/53
pantryman, pine-tree moneyNEWROW1994/03/25
parade, parody, pride, prudePANACHE2000/03/03
parade, prie-dieuULK1997/01/33
paradox, prie-dieuxPANACHE2001/07/75
patefy, pot-au-feuWABBIT2000/02/38
payroll, [Peoria, Ill.]NEWROW1991/08/61
pea tree, PouteriaMERLIN1996/12/49
Pee Wee Reese, PowersMR. TEX1991/09/09
precocious, procaciousBLAMMESK1993/05/20
premed, PyramidTABLESAW2002/01/59
pro re nata, prurientLUNCH BOY1999/01/34
rashly, urushiolGAB-F1996/04/14
ratatouille, rototillATLANTIC1991/09/25
rest room, rostrumLEAFLET*1995/08/61
Sal Mineo, salmon, solemn, SolomonTYED DOWN*1994/04/51
San Diego, sundogNEWROW1990/10/02
satin de laine, stand-aloneNITWOMAN*1994/03/71
Saturday, yesterdayATLANTIC1992/02/20
Saturn, yestreenUCAOIMHU2001/12/52
satyriasis, stressG NATURAL1998/10/66
Saurauiaceae, sourceMERLIN1991/03/40
sayonara, senarii, senryuXEMU2001/05/51
semiarid, smearedNEWROW1993/11/66
semolina, simoleonTYGER1999/04/45
shawabti, "Show Boat"LUNCH BOY1999/03/35
Sibyl, usableUNCANNY1991/10/08
Sisyphean, sousaphoneAIIE*1998/08/13
sound, SundayATLANTIC1992/02/22
starkers, streakersMUZIQ*2001/07/14
statuesque, status quoCORN COB1992/05/67
statuesque, status quoGABBY2000/02/30
sticky, yeast cakeAIIE*1997/02/53
Tahoe, they, Utah, youthMARK DOWN*1996/03/67
takers, Tokyo RoseXEMU1995/02/26
tapioca, topicBLAMMESK1991/10/25
tarn, tourney, train, tureen, Turin, turnWABBIT2000/04/54
tarts, tortiousBEO2002/01/44
tenpin, Tin PanPANACHE2000/05/54
"The Raven", ThoreauvianXEMU1995/08/59
threateners, Three TenorsLUNCH BOY1996/05/47
visiting, Yves TanguyXEMU1996/05/03
wahine, whenG NATURAL2001/12/37
wakened, weekendPANACHE1992/11/06
 
Consonantcies (Group)
A-frame, carpet, Exeter, faulty {form, crypt, extra, flat}AIIE*1997/12/46
amen, Euphrosyne, Tokelau, yeoman {mene, upharsin, tekel, mene}TREESONG1995/06/33
 
Consonantcies (Permuted)
[Cairo, IL], eclair, lyric, oracle, relic, ulcerNEWROW1994/05/12
 
Consonantcies (Phonetic)
Alcatraz, Louis QuatorzeATLANTIC2000/08/cf13
ballet, belie, bellyTAI CHI*1999/06/48
bear claw, Berkeley, broccoliHOT1994/03/53
falsify, philosophyWRYBOSH1998/09/39
Kislev, XLIVUCAOIMHU2001/12/44
Pac-Man, PokemonEMBER2000/07/56
Sappho, sofaALIAS**1999/07/11
 
Consonantcies (Reversed)
Adamesque, QuasimodoAIIE*1996/04/23
anonymous, SimenonAIIE*1996/12/77
antonym, MontanaUCAOIMHU1999/09/cf36
archaic, ChaucerAIIE*1995/08/55
"As I Lay Dying", gondolasCAZUAL*1999/08/41
asparagus, sugar peasWABBIT1994/03/04
assaulting, gentilesseAIIE*1997/03/38
astrologer, regularitiesMEKI1995/11/14
audience, candyWABBIT1995/08/75
avails, solveTYGER1998/09/cf11
cabooses, easy as ABCANOMALY2000/02/59
candidates, studio audienceTREESONG1996/12/51
chirrup, PyrrhicCACHE1997/04/34
city room, MorticiaLUNCH BOY1999/05/09
come-hither, rhythmicAIIE*1996/06/61
cudgel, logaoedicXEMU2000/02/64
de rigueur, regardLEAFLET*1994/12/45
dyspnea, unposedMEKI1995/05/20
earth spirit, trap shooterQEMU*2000/05/04
electrician, uncriticalMEATY*1995/12/36
epiphany, unhappyAIIE*1998/09/42
frissons, sans serifAIIE*1998/02/57
Gauguin's, synagogueAIIE*1998/10/36
Gunga Din, nudgingMR. TEX1996/05/61
hootenanny, one ninthAIIE*1996/06/43
illusion, unusuallyEDREL**2001/12/19
I'm too sexy, xystumPIGRITE*2000/12/27
Lisa Bonet, Toni BasilLUNCH BOY2000/02/16
location, nauticalEARL E. BYRD1998/05/28
Lolita, OtelloAI1995/10/26
Matisse, systemAIIE*1995/11/48
nyctalopia, politicianAIIE*1996/11/78
nyctalopia, politicianAIIE*2001/11/57
onomatopoeia, ptomaineMEKI1995/03/74
onomatopoeia, ptomaineBARTOK1999/11/30
oyster white, thwartsNEWROW1994/02/15
Picasso, seascapeAIIE*1995/11/46
quills, soliloquyMEKI1994/08/51
reiterate, traitorKING/joe*2000/11/79
run riot, TurnerAIIE*1995/11/47
straw hat, thwartsNEWROW1994/02/15
trainer, [year in, year out]NEWROW1993/04/32
 
Convergences
marinate; meat, rainGAB-F1997/03/65
pedological; plead, coil, goQED1997/03/16
pitifulness; psi, stein, fluLUNCH BOY1997/03/45
witnesseth; whit, tensesLUNCH BOY1997/05/47
zuppa inglese; Zeus, pepla, ginGAB-F1997/02/06
 
Curtailments
antonym, AntonyMANGIE1976/06/48
apex, apeHAP1983/05/78
applese, applesALF1991/09/45
aspiring, aspirinHAP1973/12/13
aspiring, aspirinMANGIE1975/11/41
aspiring, aspirinJERG1988/11/77
aspiring, aspirinMR. TEX1991/06/77
aspiring, aspirinMR. TEX1997/02/59
assail, assaiRANDOM WALK1979/02/61
assess, assesJERG1982/11/75
Assisi, assisCALICOH1986/06/65
at last, atlasWINDJAMMER1985/02/18
at last, atlasTWEASER1989/02/15
Aussie, aussiMANGIE1975/10/02
Babar, babaWABBIT1998/07/46
bangless, banglesPOLLY1995/10/09
barbell, barbelULK1998/03/50
Basel, basePANACHE1992/03/41
basement, basemenULK1986/07/72
battery, batterMERLIN1987/06/06
beatless, BeatlesFRAKER*1990/06/26
Benigni, benignEMBER2000/05/08
bident, BidenCORN COB1988/01/04
bingo, BingPANACHE1997/12/32
bittern, bitterIXAXAR1981/03/83
bobbery, bobberMOMUS1989/09/25
boobook, boo-booULK1988/01/12
boobook, boo-booCRAX1994/03/67
boost, boosOSAPLE1973/11/46
boost, boosOSAPLE1979/08/11
Botha, bothSIBYL1986/08/36
brass, brasMIDURNDIST1974/04/42
brass, brasDITTO1981/03/32
Briard, briarARACHNE1986/02/06
brothel, brotheWINDRIFT1985/08/40
budget, budgeKAMEL1978/05/60
burlap, burlaSIGMASEXSPRING1975/09/44
business, businesCRAX1994/11/16
camel, cameMANGIE1977/05/28
came round, CamerounNEWROW1987/10/41
cantor, cantoSENOR1979/10/61
caprice, capricNEOPHYTE1978/03/68
card, carDEE SWEET1985/04/17A
caress, caresFIDDLE1983/11/33
caress, caresHAMMER1999/04/34
carpe, carpWABBIT1999/05/22
catalog, cataloWINDJAMMER1988/09/55
catalog, cataloSHRDLU1997/07/19
cattleyak, cattleyaALF1981/12/46
chancel, chanceULK1984/09/18
chicote, chicotDANDR1999/02/17
chimera, chimerUNIQORN1981/01/16
Chimera, chimerSPHINX1984/01/10
chopine, ChopinIFANDOR1984/09/14
chorea, chorePHILANA1995/09/32
ciao, CIAMARK DOWN*1995/12/58
clocher, clocheIFANDOR1981/01/22
colophony, colophonTREESONG1980/12/08
colophony, colophonIXAXAR1988/11/27
cometh, cometVAL1978/08/28
concerto, concertVISITOR1989/10/40
consult, consulHAP1976/11/26
consult, consulDITTO1980/04/11
coop, cooCRAX1994/03/67
corpse, corpsDOUBLE-H1981/05/07
cosiness, cosinesMANGIE1975/08/43
cosiness, cosinesSTITCH1986/02/36
costard, costarHOHO1972/01/09
county, countFLORDELIS1977/03/09
covert, coverMIS-KNO-MER1971/08/01
coy puss, coypusFIDDLE1973/12/19
cravat, curvetCACHE1996/06/02
crochet, crocheFIDDLE1975/11/47
cursory, cursorSIBYL1985/06/22
curt, curANOMALY1998/01/48
curt, curEARL E. BYRD2000/12/33
cypress, cy presTREESONG1988/05/84
cypress, cy presLUNCH BOY1996/05/30
deadliness, deadlinesHAP1976/10/02
deadliness, deadlinesELSPETH1981/12/59
deadliness, deadlinesPANACHE1989/06/39
deadliness, deadlinesR/EDS1993/11/62
deadliness, deadlinesVEBRILE2001/02/06
Demi Moore, demi-MoorTRAZOM1992/12/01
demi-sec, demiseULK1993/04/53
Derek Bok, [Derek, Bo]WOODIE1984/08/ku
diem, dieWABBIT1999/05/22
dink, dinAESOP1993/10/50
discuss, discusMANGIE1980/07/65
discuss, discusUNCANNY1992/06/19
dullest, DullesALF1987/06/35
"EDtv", EDTG NATURAL1999/09/72
eland, elanPETE TROLEUM1976/06/17
elvish, ElvisNIGHTOWL1984/09/51
ESPN, ESPNOT INSANE!1986/10/24
ESPN, ESPDART1995/01/78
eyess, eyesWINDJAMMER1992/11/07
fair copy, fair copTREESONG1978/11/34
fermata, FermatLUNCH BOY*2000/03/28
Filipino, filipinIXAXAR1991/07/90
flamingo, flamingHAP1975/04/23
flamingo, flamingIVIE1979/10/16
flamingo, flamingIXAXAR1988/07/I13
flamingo, flamingRASTELLI1995/08/19
Florida, floridMEO1976/11/02
forestall, forestalSIBYL1989/12/44
forget, forgeMANGIE1977/10/45
forget, forgeFIDDLE1984/05/25
forget, forgeSPHINX1986/07/65
forget, forgeHAPOWL*1997/05/30
form a line, FormalinNIGHTOWL1979/04/08
forte, fortOMAR1983/02/45
frown, frowPROBLEM CHILD1975/02/11
fugue, fuguULK1997/03/48
fugue, fuguWABBIT2000/05/48
gaminess, gaminesHAP1988/03/82
Garbo, garbPANACHE1997/12/33
Goethe, goethDADGIE*1978/03/46
Goethe, goethHAP1985/03/24
Goya, goyPHIZZ1993/05/61
grand mal, grandmaNIGHTOWL1972/09/35
gripe, gripLARRY1972/05/24
gripe, gripWABBIT1991/02/59
guana, guanHAP1977/02/49
gusto, gustIXAXAR1985/08/73
haggish, haggisHAZY1972/04/15
haggish, haggisHAP1976/08/41
haggish, haggisXEMU2001/01/24
Haloa, haloTWEASER1985/03/76
Hap Loman, haplomaBEACON1996/03/31
hardware, HardwarMERLIN1991/03/17
harem, hareWABBIT1991/01/14
harpy, harpJERG1983/06/31
hazel, hazeFRAZ1989/06/23
heroine, heroinWITCHWORD1979/05/52
hogmane, hogmanALF1984/03/78
homelyn, homelyMERLIN1977/02/48
homelyn, homelyJO THE LOITERER1998/12/44
hookupu, hookupQAQAQ1993/03/60
hooky, hookDART1995/01/15
Hoosier Dome, HoosierdomTWEASER1989/07/57
houri, hourVAL1979/02/42
Huey, HueMR. TEX2001/01/48
Hugh, hugFARO1973/12/27
in, IMOUNTAIN MAMA1981/08/68
in, IAESOP1993/10/50
in, ICRAX1994/03/67
ingress, IngresIXAXAR1981/12/38
ingress, IngresSIBYL1990/10/33
inventory, inventorWAXAR*1991/11/17
jaunty, jauntWABBIT1999/07/06
javelina, javelinHAP1976/07/54
javelina, javelinHAP1981/11/84
kalong, kalonVIKING1971/01/25
karate, karatMANGIE1975/07/52
latter, latteEMBER2000/07/65
lento, lentPUNSTER1983/03/02
lento, LentWABBIT1996/02/52
lie up, lieuWINDJAMMER1988/11/48
limbo, limbNIGHTOWL1990/07/73
limousine, LimousinMERLIN1993/02/04
linen, lineMAYDAY1989/04/16
locust, locusPAP NDROME1989/01/40
lunge, lungTY ME*1995/10/48
lure, lurEOS1980/06/55
macaronic, macaroniJAELTI1989/05/25
machine, MachinAESOP1999/01/04
Mandalay, mandalaHAP1978/09/42
mantrap, mantraDART1997/12/57
many, manATLANTIC1994/10/18
marquise, marquisHAP1979/05/45
marshal, MarshaTWEASER1987/09/32
martini, martinHAP1975/02/50
Mel Rosen, MelroseQED1995/06/06
mentalist, mentalisNIGHTOWL1984/04/68
meself, meselPLANTON1983/08/79
miamia, MiamiVIKING1971/03/02
misery, miserHAP1974/01/48
misterm, misterWINDJAMMER1984/11/60
muscat, MuscaNIGHTOWL1977/08/22
musth, mustSENOR1978/11/48
nasal, NASASPHINX1985/01/25
needless, needlesHAP1975/01/28
needless, needlesFARO1977/01/41
needless, needlesCOLMARpear/12/45
needless, needlesCLOVER1981/10/25
needless, needlesCORN COB1992/04/45
Nevers, neverBRILLGIE*1993/07/26
nogging, nogginJOKER1990/04/57
oncer, onceVISITOR1989/10/40
open-hearth, open-heartJERG1983/12/21
open hearth, open-heartNIGHTOWL1980/08/08
ousel, OuseIXAXAR1988/07/I02
owl, owCRAX1994/03/67
Panama, Pan AmALF1992/03/36
paradox, paradoNIGHTOWL1988/11/45
parsec, parseSHRDLU1982/12/29
pat hand, PathanHAP1974/04/33
patter song, PattersonNEWROW1983/05/47
peat reek, pea-treeSTITCH1987/06/50
Pelee, PeleTREESONG1980/09/83
pen palsy, pen palsNEWROW1985/07/74
pen palsy, pen palsWABBIT1997/07/10
pigment, pigmenNIGHTOWL1982/10/53
pistole, pistolMIDURNDIST1975/01/07
planet, planeG NATURAL2000/04/18
plush, plusWABBIT1995/03/11
poet, PoeVAL1976/05/09
poet, PoeFANACRO1978/03/35
poet, PoeBAMBAM1983/01/59
poise, PoiIXAXAR1993/06/21
possess, possesMAC1983/04/03
posset, posseDART1996/03/09
potherb, potherHAP1973/10/18
potherb, potherKAMEL1975/09/23
potherb, potherPROBLEM CHILD1975/09/32
potherb, potherUNIQORN1978/10/24
potherb, potherERIC1981/08/08
potherb, potherCORN COB1992/01/51
precise, precisNIGHTOWL1977/07/06
priest, priesGABBY2001/07/74
puffing, puffinMR. TEX1990/09/06
quipu, quipNIGHTOWL1983/10/39
rabbit, rabbiCARNATION1979/08/46
rabbit, rabbiG NATURAL1999/01/22
Rabbit, rabbiARACHNE1984/12/x05
raising, raisinALIKER*1995/02/32
ration, ratioTUT1979/04/22
rebuse, rebusANEMONE1985/05/62
regiment, regimenPOLLY1988/12/16
re infecta, reinfectGAB-F1998/03/55
relict, relicPROBLEM CHILD1974/11/08
Romeo, RomeDADGIE*1977/01/07
rumpless, rumplesWINDJAMMER1990/06/66
safari, SafarKAMEL1976/05/15
saltiness, saltinesMEO1978/02/48
sarcophagic, sarcophagiHAP1983/07/31
scampi, scampIXAXAR1983/02/06
scowl, scowFRAZ1990/04/14
scrimp, scrimPROBLEM CHILD1974/09/38
secrete, secretKAMEL1975/05/28
Shortzy, ShortzNIGHTOWL1981/12/72
shovel, shoveBRONWYN1980/07/25
shrewd, shrewPROBLEM CHILD1977/01/46
shrewd, shrewHAP1981/06/77
siren, sireTYGER1998/03/49
sithe, sithIFANDOR1986/06/29
sixern, sixerTHE POO1985/10/28
skimp, skimRAINBOW1983/06/03
slime, slimLEONARDO1996/05/13
slimy, slimHAPOWL*1999/05/29
so far, sofaLEAFLET*1994/08/61
so long, solonPHILANA1993/10/51
sought, soughMANGIE1976/12/05
spare, sparCOLEUS1975/06/02
springe, springPOLLY1985/07/84
stampede, stampedMANGIE1981/01/05
startsy, startsANDREAS1993/11/52
stateliness, state linesYAHOO1992/12/28
Steve Martini, Steve MartinDARBY WOMAN*2001/11/30
stingy, stingFIDDLE1978/03/05
suede, suedERIC1983/01/06
suite, suitSPHINX1984/02/36
superb, superGOOGOL1977/09/50
swami, swamBAIRN1978/02/59
swami, swamWINDJAMMER1985/08/59
swamp, swamWINDJAMMER1985/08/59
taking, takinWABBIT1996/01/40
tamarind, tamarinMEO1978/08/14
Tanqueray, tankerXEMU1994/12/20
tarragona, tarragonCRAX1994/01/03
Telemann, telemanNEWROW1986/07/41
tenth, tentSTORYTELLER1996/11/07
thane, thanBRUTUS1980/03/42
the best, ThebesGANDALF1973/04/23
they, theCRAX1994/03/67
thingumbob, thin gumboBLACKSTONE1978/03/79
tickless, ticklesHAPOWL*1998/06/38
timbale, timbalPOLLY1995/04/45
timbrel, timbrePHILANA1978/12/59
tote, totMIDURNDIST1974/09/53
tote, totCRAX1994/03/67
tritone, TritonHUDU1989/03/73
veery, veerMANGIE1975/12/45
Walesa, WalesNIGHTOWL1983/12/28
warehouse, warehousTREESONG1972/04/22
warehouse, warehousDUMBO, A.*1990/08/77
warehouse, warehousQED2000/01/29
warfaring, warfarinQAQAMMER*1992/05/06
warfaring, warfarinSLIK1994/12/81
warfaring, warfarinLUNCH BOY1999/12/45
wilderness, wild ernesOAK1981/05/58
wine, winMOUNTAIN MAMA1981/08/68
wood, wooSAL1990/05/50
y-queme, YquemGEORGE GROTH1991/11/25
 
Curtailments (Bigram)
barfly, barfTWEASER1986/07/09
brassiere, brassieTWEASER1984/11/07
brother, brothWABBIT1991/07/56
cattleya, cattleMAELED*1996/03/69
diner-out, dineroWABBIT1997/01/31
Far Side, FarsiANOMALY1997/12/18
folderol, folderWINDJAMMER1984/09/77
forecastle, forecastGAB-F1996/07/60
lime rickey, limerickNEWROW1983/04/75
lime rickey, limerickSENOR1989/01/81
nichevo, nicheTREESONG1983/01/73
no-show, noshPANACHE1996/12/75
outdoor, outdoRUTHLESS1984/10/16
penny-ante, Penn YanQAQAQ1993/06/47
pizzazz, pizzaG NATURAL2001/02/44
pronounce, pronounWINDJAMMER1985/01/28
raciness, RacineULK1985/04/24
Renoir, RenoPANACHE1990/10/10
satiety, SatiePANACHE1990/09/57
star boarder, starboardSTITCH1985/05/24
tickle, tickCORN COB1986/02/24
tomboy, tombWINDJAMMER1984/02/10
unclear, uncleIFANDOR1983/08/25
warehouse, warehouPANACHE1996/04/38
 
Curtailments (Bigram, Phonetic)
fall season, falsiesBEACON1994/08/23
Interlaken, interlockPANACHE1992/03/40
 
Curtailments (Bigram, Progressive)
a skewer, askew, askSTITCH1983/04/25
dashiki, dashi, D AsTREESONG1989/06/26
 
Curtailments (Bigram, Reversed)
telepath, apeletULK1997/08/60
 
Curtailments (Freewheeling, Phonetic)
[myrrh, Merv], murmur53371999/12/25
 
Curtailments (Group, Phonetic)
wain, weed, week {veni, vidi, vici}XEMU1995/09/92
 
Curtailments (Heteronymic, Paired)
[Hot, Melifer], homelifeCRANNY*1998/10/05
 
Curtailments (Phonetic)
air assault, aerosolDITTO2000/08/24
aspirant, aspirinARBUTUS1992/12/16
bout, boughTREESONG1976/12/37
bow out, bowwowJOKAQ*1989/12/16
bow out, bowwowTYKER*1996/11/23
by cracky, bike rackBEAQ*1992/09/72
C-6, seasickJO THE LOITERER1988/07/18
C-6, seasickANTZ2001/10/17
caoutchouc, couchDAMU*1998/05/03
ceilidh, kaleALF1982/04/28
charivari, shiverTAHNAN2001/01/23
Chick Korea, chicoryLUNCH BOY1998/01/67
colleen, collieXEMU2001/10/75
cuisine, queasyHAP1980/04/38
cuisine, queasyULK1986/09/12
diarrhea, diaryDEE SWEET1982/10/34
driving range, driving rainDOUBLE-H1985/10/58
fauve, fauxPANACHE1993/09/82
flic, fleeTREESONG1978/07/71
free-range, free reinCACHE2000/01/58
freeze, freeBARTOK2000/03/06
frenzy, friendsWABBIT1994/01/04
Geraldine Ferraro, Geraldine FarrarMERLIN1986/07/75
grocer, grossCORN COB1989/05/54
heresy, harassDADGIE*1976/08/28
highlight, jai alaiSAKR-EL-SONG*1987/10/80
hors d'oeuvre, orderGAB-F1999/07/55
inroad, inroJOKER1989/07/47
insolence, insulinC'ATCON*1992/01/43
in vain, inveighPEN GWYN1988/02/67
KGB, cageyCORN COB1990/01/63
knee-deep, needyWINDJAMMER1993/11/38
Kurosawa, curacaoBEACON1993/10/11
Kurosawa, CuracaoKART*1999/04/39
loup-garou, LugerLUNCH BOY1996/12/50
loups-garous, LugerTRAZOM1994/04/08
megillah, McGillBTNIRN1999/03/01
minatory, MinotaurCRAX1996/11/49
mushroom, mushruSIBYL1989/11/75
over easy, ovariesHOT1989/03/44
over easy, ovariesXEMU1998/09/72
pithiest, PythiasQUIP1995/04/37
presto, pressedULK1993/02/37
rambouillet, rambleOSTRICH1989/11/48
Ron Dayne, RondeANOMALY2001/12/ku03
Saint-Saens, cinq-centsNIGHTOWL1982/05/69
sardonyx, sardonicFAROZZ*1988/03/18
sardonyx, sardonicKREMLIN1992/08/46
Subaru, suberSHRDLU1982/02/01
surcease, CirceDOUBLE-H1986/07/19
surcease, CirceMANGIE1993/06/39
T-bone, ThibautTRAZOM1992/12/46
tercel, terseJERG1986/01/53
tetrazzini, tetrazeneMAE-F*1996/05/34
top-notch, topknotNIGHTOWL1990/10/74
trousseau, truceJOKIE*1988/06/63
tuft, toughTREESONG1976/12/38
wolf, woolDART1995/03/23
world, whirlJOKER1997/02/62
 
Curtailments (Phonetic, Progressive)
Concord, conquer, concha, conchNEWROW1981/08/85
haiku, hike, highQED1994/09/21
keynote, keno, keenCRACHE*1993/12/03
Knightia, nightie, KnightWINDJAMMER1991/02/35
Lucy, loose, lieuTY U*1997/10/03
Martian, Marcia, marsh, marKING ARTOK*1998/10/41
qt, cute, queueULKO'S TRICH1990/07/45
 
Curtailments (Progressive)
Amenti, Ament, AmenMERLIN1981/02/47
butter, butte, butt, butIXAXAR1993/01/29
Capet, cape, cap, CA100 DOWN2001/02/65
chick, chic, chi, chHOHO1970/12/19
chorizont, C-horizon, chorizoTREESONG1983/09/41
cosset, cosse, coss, cosIFANDOR1980/04/22
covert, cover, coveIFANDOR1981/03/80
finish, finis, fini, fin, fi, FFIDDLE1974/09/08
fondue, fondu, fond, FonFARO1973/07/38
hearth, heart, hearSEABEE1976/04/26
"Le Monde", Le Mond, lemonPANACHE1986/11/38
oner, one, onVISITOR1989/10/40
Parkay, parka, park, par, paLUNCH BOY1997/01/60
pastel, paste, pastMIS-KNO-MER1971/03/08
piano, pian, pia, piMEO1981/06/14
planeta, planet, plane, planMEO1982/12/68
regiment, regimen, regimeFARO1973/02/26
regiment, regimen, regimeMEO1983/03/70
regiments, regiment, regimen, regimeTUT1975/10/54
singe, sing, sinKEEN1983/05/45
slaver, slave, SlavDADGIE*1977/06/62
so long, solon, solo, solMR. TEX1992/06/55
spate, spat, spaIFANDOR1975/02/22
spate, spat, spaIFANDOR1983/01/25
tamarind, tamarin, tamari, tamar, Tama, tamDAX*1995/10/61
tenth, tent, tenLARRY1973/02/42
 
Curtailments (Progressive, Reversed)
delft, fled, elfSPHINX1983/12/05
prawn, warp, rawTYED DOWN*1995/11/29
 
Curtailments (Repeated, Trigram)
no-nonsense, no-noTWEASER1986/01/45
 
Curtailments (Reversed)
911, 19WRYBOSH2001/07/20
ammonal, Anomma100 DOWN1997/08/46
animative, vitamin ATRAZOM1996/04/17
bilge, glibULK1983/08/05
buoy, oubWINDJAMMER1993/02/32
deity, tiedSPHINX1984/03/51
drowsy, swordLEAFLET*1993/08/62
egress, sergeMEO1979/09/40
erupt, pureAMIGO1979/07/53
girth, trigULK1983/10/15
ho-hum, uh-ohLOKI-52001/06/88
knife, finkCORN COB1987/05/07
lapideon, OedipalTRAZOM1995/08/16
made, damPLANTON1984/11/17
mare, ramPLANTON1984/11/16
partner, entrapULK1985/06/55
peeve, veepBEACON1992/10/45
pint, nipTWEASER1990/07/09
resale, laserJERG1989/02/13
resale, laserKAPRY KORN1991/06/82
retrace, CarterSPHINX1983/11/58
snaillike, Killian'sQAQAQ1993/11/19
snaillike, Killian'sANOMALY2001/10/05
 
Curtailments (Trigram)
class action, class actPANACHE1991/04/46
 
Deletions
10820, 1080MERLIN1987/11/23
Abroma, aromaNIGHTOWL1984/02/28
acarophobia, acrophobiaMERLIN1973/01/41
action, actonNIGHTOWL1983/02/22
action, actonMERLIN2000/01/20
addictive, additiveMANGIE1974/09/46
addictive, additiveKRAY1998/05/58
addictive, additiveEMBER2001/05/69
adhamant, adamantFLORDELIS1979/04/10
advocation, avocationTUT1978/12/67
affable, "A Fable"BEACON1994/01/58
afterworld, afterwordWINDRIFT1985/12/69
airscrew, aircrewHAPOWL*2000/10/49
alkali, AkaliJERG1983/01/65
"All My Sons", AllysonsLUNCH BOY1999/02/22
allthorn, althornBLACKSTONE1990/09/25
alone, aloeALICE1991/02/18
altercation, alterationPAUL & VIRGINIA1971/02/27
altercation, alterationPAUL & VIRGINIA1979/01/56
altercation, alterationANDREAS1993/03/62
alumina, alumnaNIGHTOWL1974/04/44
amirship, airshipSWAK/+*2000/08/68
amnesia, [Ames, Ia.]BLACKSTONE1976/04/01
amnesia, [Ames, IA]NEWROW1982/11/76
amnesia, [Ames, IA]QUIZ1998/08/46
angora, agoraPHIZZ1991/05/66
anguish, aguishIFANDOR1975/07/09
annual, annulMACHIAVELLI1981/05/06
antonymous, anonymousMERLIN1971/03/10
apache, apacePANACHE1991/04/80
apathetic, apateticLOULI1984/07/17
apotheosis, apothesisHAP1986/10/36
appeal, appalIFANDOR1982/09/55
applies, applesMANGIE1977/06/15
apse, apeAESOP1994/03/46
archly, archyPANACHE1998/01/64
archrival, archivalALF1984/06/08
archrival, archivalPANACHE1991/11/21
armorist, amoristPANACHE1995/03/ku05
armour, amourWINDRIFT1979/09/29
ashtray, astrayKNOTSMITH1982/05/57
ashtray, astrayAMIGO1983/12/02
ashtray, astrayIXAXAR1988/10/23
ashtray, astrayBRILLIG1990/05/11
ashtray, astrayMEKI1995/10/75
ash tray, astrayMERLIN1973/10/11
asides, aidesIFANDOR1982/05/55
asthore, ashoreIRISH1980/12/26
asthore, ashoreANEMONE1982/07/34
atlas, alasTWEASER1989/02/15
at least, AL EastQAQAQ1992/11/01
at least, at lastTWEASER1989/02/15
at least, at lastQAQAQ1992/11/01
auction, actionNEOPHYTE1976/10/51
automation, automatonHAP1975/01/63
Avidan, avianARACHNE1984/10/71
Avidan, avianJOKER1988/06/08
backslide, backsideTWEASER1990/11/50
bagani, BagaiDUMBO, A.*1992/06/26
Bakshaish, bakshishTYED DOWN*1994/05/08
balcony, baconyNIGHTOWL1975/06/08
"Ball Four", BalfourMANGIE1993/02/61
ball four declaration, Balfour declarationHOHO1974/03/16
bamboo, babooMEO1978/03/33
Barbies, babiesDEE SWEET1987/04/87
Barlaam, BalaamNIGHTOWL1979/03/70
batch, BachBRUTUS1978/09/83
batch, BachANEMONE1981/07/51
batswing, batwingNIGHTOWL1978/12/29
bat swing, batwingNIGHTOWL1978/12/29
battlement, battementPANACHE1993/05/21
beacon, baconBRUTUS1980/01/30
beadroll, bedrollMEO1980/04/52
beadroll, bedrollPANACHE1988/02/46
beautified, beatifiedNIGHTOWL1981/01/51
bedside, besideMAYDAY1988/07/33
bedside, besideSIBYL1989/04/39
bedtimes, betimesMANGIE1976/10/53
bedtimes, betimesACORN1980/01/41
beefeater, bee eaterSIBYL1985/08/36
beeware, bewareTWEASER1984/11/56
behemoth, bee mothALF1983/06/46
behemoth, bee mothMANX1984/09/04
behemoth, bee mothMARK DOWN*1994/03/01
behemoth, bee mothBEO1998/10/24
belated, beltedNIGHTOWL1977/01/53
belated, beltedPOLLY1988/10/29
bell buoys, bellboysRANDOM WALK1979/02/15
bellies, beliesFROKIE*1989/10/12
bellow, belowALIKER*1995/05/73
beset, bestIFANDOR1980/12/5?
bestead, bestedIFANDOR1984/03/34
beta ray, betrayNIGHTOWL2000/03/49
bhang, bangGRINCH1981/02/03
biased, basedIXAXAR1995/11/03
biases, basesLILITH1998/08/59
billion, billonULK1999/07/64
blackboard, backboardHAP1975/06/46
blackboard, backboardJERG1984/05/17
blank, bankEARL E. BYRD2001/07/30
blankbook, bankbookIFANDOR1977/04/69
bleat, beatCORN COB1992/07/71
blintz, blitzWABBIE*1991/11/89
blistered, bisteredIFANDOR1985/03/42
blowout, bow outQUIP1989/05/17
bluish, blushLILITH2001/08/08
bonny, bonyHOODWINK1972/07/47
bonny, bonyIXAXAR1985/08/89
booth, bothPROBLEM CHILD1974/01/17
booties, BootesRANDOM WALK1979/02/46
bored, bredPROBLEM CHILD1974/04/53
bothered, both redVOLAR1981/06/65
bow tie, BowiePANACHE1991/11/87
Boy George, by GeorgeANEMONE1985/03/23
brand, bandIXAXAR1983/09/03
brawling, bawling1441981/11/90
brise, biseMERLIN1981/04/32
briskest, brisketWABBIT1997/12/81
brother, botherJUNIOR1985/03/20
brouillon, bouillonMERLIN1975/03/02
brush, bushBLACKSTONE1981/10/03
brush, BushHUMMER*1990/10/22
budgie, budgeWABBIT1998/05/04
Buffalo. "Mangie, buffalo mangeTWEASER1988/06/07
buoy, boyVAL1976/09/33
burgle, bugleJERG1984/04/04
Burgundian, BurundianNIGHTOWL1992/08/23
bury, buyMANGIE1990/02/66
busboy, busbyMANGIE1981/01/55
bushiness, businessNIGHTOWL1977/12/57
bushiness, businessNEWROW1982/12/57
cacique, caiqueHAP1988/08/33
calories, calorisHAPOWL*1997/03/26
calvities, cavitiesSENGIE*1979/07/24
campus, CamusMANGIE1979/06/69
campus, CamusALIKER*1993/06/72
candied, candidMANGIE1975/10/57
candied, candidDEE SWEET1979/08/48
candied, candidPOLLY1994/08/25
canines, CannesPANACHE1990/10/56
capitation, captationMERLIN1972/11/07
Capulets, capletsCRAXIE*1994/07/28
carbuncle, caruncleNUTMEG1977/09/12
careful, carfulFIDDLE1986/10/26
careless, carlessAMOR1973/09/39
cashier, cahierMERLIN1991/02/20
catchall, catcallNIGHTOWL1974/11/18
catchall, catcallAMIGO1980/12/46
catchall, catcallCORN COB1986/10/14
catchall, catcallWABBIT1999/04/69
catch a lot, cachalotUNIQORN1979/01/48
cathouse, catouseTWEASER1984/07/73
cathouse, catouseWINDRIFT1985/07/41
cathouse, catousePANACHE2001/12/33
caution, cationGOOGOL1977/10/57
cave bat, caveatFFA*1990/11/44
Cazique, caiqueIRBS1999/04/50
Celebes, celebsPANACHE1989/10/61
celebrity, celerityHAP1974/09/10
celebrity, celerityPOLLY1988/07/44
celebrity, celerityANOMALY1999/10/54
centauries, centuriesIFANDOR1982/05/29
centaury, centuryLUNCH BOY1997/10/48
chain gang, CaingangNIGHTOWL1988/04/38
chain gang, CaingangENDGAME1997/08/44
chairwoman, charwomanPETE TROLEUM1973/09/51
chaplet, chaletMANGIE1989/06/54
chapter one, chaperoneMANGIE1980/08/76
chapter one, chaperoneLUNCH BOY1998/04/61
charisma, chrismaNIGHTOWL1988/11/20
cheat, chatBRUTUS1977/01/60
chiasm, chasmTRAZOM2001/11/17
chiaus, chausHAP1979/02/68
chlorine, chorineLARRY1977/02/30
chlorine, chorineJOKER1996/01/89
chlorine, chorineMR. TEX2001/07/55
choreographic, chorographicULK1983/12/27
chough, coughFARO1973/12/27
chough, coughSIBYL1985/07/78
Christian Dior, christian d'orXEMU1997/11/55
claims, clamsDITTO1981/10/22
cleanser, cleanerPROBLEM CHILD1976/10/11
Clootie, cootieKAMEL1979/06/03
close-set, closestIFANDOR1984/04/89
closest, closetDADA1975/03/11
closest, closetIRISH1980/03/27
closest, closetERIC1983/11/06
cluester, clusterENDGAME1997/09/15
coattails, cattailsHAP1974/08/23
coddling, codlingNIGHTOWL1974/12/47
Cole Porter, colporterCORN COB1987/06/63
Cole Porter, colporterCRAYON*1994/08/30
comate, comteWINDRIFT1986/01/90
comb rat, combatMERLIN1997/08/18
commandeer, commanderKNOTSMITH1981/11/19
common scold, common coldHAP1976/07/03
common scold, common coldAL GEBRA1987/07/45
complected, completedOSTRICH1991/11/83
complete, competeWRYBOSH2001/11/12
conciliabule, conciliableFIDDLE1971/09/18
conduit, ConditNON SEQUITUR2001/09/90
congenital, congenialPOLLY1989/05/48
conifers, confersFRIDAY 131983/10/53
contingent, continentHAP1981/02/30
contingent, ContinentLUNCH BOY1998/09/cf02
convert, covertLILITH2000/12/81
copper, coperSAL1991/02/38
copying, copingFIDDLE1974/02/05
cornmeal, cornealLARGIE*1981/09/54
cornmeal, cornealBEO1998/08/36
cornmeal, cornealDITTO2000/03/69
Coronado, CoroadoNIGHTOWL1988/04/39
coroner, cornerPETE TROLEUM1972/05/20
coronet, cornetKAMEL1976/06/29
corpse, copseFIDDLE1972/09/48
corpse, copseIXAXAR1996/11/58
correspondent, corespondentIXAXAR1985/03/61
cosmetic, cometicPOLLY1996/01/67
cosmic, comicRODNEY1989/07/03
cosmic, comicARBUTUS2001/02/92
cost Africa, Costa RicaLARRY1986/09/51
couma, comaWABBIT1996/03/28
countless, countessPROBLEM CHILD1974/08/02
County Down, countdownDOUBLE-H1987/05/48
courage, courgePROF. PAMPELMUSE1979/12/40
courage, courgeNIGHTOWL1997/11/42
coxed, co-edERIC1983/11/85
create, CreteSPHINX1983/10/06
creation, C rationWABBIE*2001/10/45
creations, C-rationsMOP1982/10/64
creations, C rationsPHIZZ1986/11/19
cremation, creationBURNT SACK1974/07/27
cringle, cringeDANDR1999/08/65
cross swords, crosswordsBRYM1979/04/06
crotchet, crochetIFANDOR1973/12/41
crotchet, crochetIFANDOR1982/03/19
croutons, crotonsPOLLY1986/05/35
cruises, crisesDITTO1983/11/47
crustade, crusadeNIGHTOWL1991/10/30
cryptogram, cryptogamAMBER1979/09/69
cryptogram, cryptogamJAELTI1988/03/60
cryptogram, cryptogamSAND DOLLAR1991/10/11
cryptogram, cryptogamEARL E. BYRD1999/07/28
cut class, cutlassDART1995/01/14
cut glass, cutlassMANGIE1977/07/62
cut-rate, curateMR. TEX1990/03/15
dactyliology, dactylologyHAP1980/09/87
darling, daringVIKING1972/02/10
debriding, deridingFIDDLE1978/11/67
debut, debtANEMONE1980/04/60
decusses, decusesNIGHTOWL1985/07/12
"Deep River", depriverLARRY1980/08/24
"Deep River", depriverMANGIE1988/10/08
deicide, decideJERG1985/07/67
deicide, decideBLOSSOM1998/04/34
deified, defiedARBUTUS1993/04/63
delft, deftARACHNE1984/06/40
deliverly, deliveryIRISH1981/03/45
demurrer, demurerFIDDLE1972/01/36
denote, denteTREESONG1984/02/20
depletion, deletionNEWROW1995/04/03
depreciate, deprecateHAP1973/10/49
depreciate, deprecateBRUTUS1979/11/14
deriving, drivingPETE TROLEUM1975/05/09
descant, decantVISITOR1985/02/55
descanted, decantedMEO1981/03/72
descent, decentFIDDLE1978/11/09
descent, decentJERG1983/09/08
despot, depotHOHO1973/02/33
despot, depotEOS1987/07/84
destalinize, desalinizeLARGIE*1978/09/21
devilfish, devilishWITCHWORD1978/07/65
diameter, dimeterULK1992/11/38
dictionary, ditionaryQAQAQ1992/03/19
digoxin, dioxinZER01983/09/38
ding-a-ling, Ding LingENDGAME2000/10/17
dinghy, dingyHAP1974/07/46
dirity, dirtyDIRTY JACK1990/04/41
disaster, diasterNIGHTOWL1982/03/05
disaster, diasterIXAXAR1997/06/25
discordance, disco danceNIGHTOWL1979/02/58
discordance, disco danceNUQUE*1998/05/20
diseuse, disuseNIGHTOWL1976/05/25
diseuse, disuseTRAZOM1989/06/03
disklike, dislikeHOT1988/12/26
Dodge, dogePANACHE1998/01/13
dog's age, dosageSTITCH1987/03/36
dog's age, dosageOSTRICH1991/01/32
dogwood, do-goodTRAZOM1990/11/53
dogwood, do goodPHIZZ1988/09/77
Don John, donjonSLIK1995/09/34
Donne, doneCERES1981/01/34
double-blind, double bindMERLIN1984/02/62
draft, daftPEN GWYN1989/12/57
draft, dratPEN GWYN1989/12/57
dragonet, dragnetTREESONG1975/08/24
dread, deadLUNCH BOY1999/06/36
drink, dinkAESOP1993/10/50
drunkard, DunkardMERLIN1972/07/06
dully, dulyPOLLY1985/01/32
Dupleix, duplexMERLIN2000/04/40
dusty, dutyIXAXAR1994/10/42
dzo, doDADA1977/12/19
earring, earingDANDR1999/08/66
earth bread, earthbredSENOR1980/05/15
Elsinore, ElsinoeXEMU1998/04/59
emigrate, emiratePOLLY1990/02/33
emigrate, emirateMR. TEX1994/01/72
enchase, encasePANBIT*1995/04/33
entrails, entailsPOLLY1994/04/44
entrails, entailsHAPOWL*1997/02/23
ergomaniac, egomaniacDUMBO, A.*1990/11/45
etcher, etherNIGHTOWL1978/02/46
euphorbia, euphoriaHAP1977/12/42
euphorbia, euphoriaPOLLY1980/10/71
euphorbia, euphoriaEMBOSH*1999/02/29
evoke, evoeMANGIE1982/01/71
excerpt, exceptWILLz1973/09/43
excerpt, exceptALICE1987/11/13
excited, exitedSIOBHAN1992/06/56
exist, exitVAL1976/08/13
expatriate, expatiateHAP1973/03/03
expatriate, expatiateJERG1987/03/31
expatriate, expatiateDITTO1994/10/13
expatriated, expatiatedACORN1981/06/21
expiration, expiationMACHIAVELLI1981/07/24
extra edition, extraditionMANGIE1977/04/47
Exxon, exonTREESONG1989/08/49
eyen, eenVISITOR1988/02/63
eyrie, eyrePLANTON1984/06/55
facetious, factiousHAP1973/04/49
faculty, faultyGRAYDOL1975/04/31
faculty, faultyHAP1975/04/42
faculty, faultyHART KING1977/04/66
faculty, faultyDITTO1982/08/25
faculty, faultyIFANDOR1986/04/54
fair-maids-of-Kent, Fair Maid of KentMERLIN1979/09/24
fakir, fairIXAXAR1984/01/41
fantigue, fatigueWABBIT2000/01/08
fascinate, fasciateMEOGIE*1989/07/22
fastuous, fatuousMERLIN1989/04/10
Faustian, fustianPEBBLES1992/04/08
feast, fastVISITOR1984/10/35
feast, fastBECK1998/02/31
feasted, fastedPETE TROLEUM1972/10/34
featherless, fatherlessFRAZ1991/04/76
field strip, field-tripPANACHE1998/06/44
filing, flingHAP1979/03/34
finagle, finaleAMIGO1980/03/65
finagle, finaleMR. TEX1999/06/52
finance, fianceAMBER1980/08/79
finance, fianceKEEN1982/11/25
finery, fieryAMIGO1978/11/18
finial, finalFUN1971/08/12
finial, finalBREAK1981/06/45
finical, finialFIDDLE1971/12/40
finical, finialDITTO1983/03/46
firehorse, fire hoseNIGHTOWL1976/12/11
firehouse, fire hoseNIGHTOWL1976/12/11
first, fistHART KING1977/01/11
fistful, fitfulHAP1976/12/39
flannelmouth, flannel mothMERLIN1990/10/05
flat, fatUCAOIMHU1999/04/05
flora, foraLILITH2000/04/74
flounder, founderHAP1979/10/63
flourish, fourishAUTUMN*1993/10/64
fluorescence, florescenceNIGHTOWL1985/01/71
flush out, flu shotNEWROW1992/01/13
flush out, flu shotMR. TEX1999/12/21
foamily, familyWINDJAMMER1989/02/33
footling, foolingULK1982/06/80
footling, foolingIFANDOR1987/04/81
foot score, footsoreMERLIN1972/12/33
forceps, forcesHAP1972/01/25
forceps, forcesSISYPHUS1993/10/26
forebear, forbearHAP1974/05/44
forgoing, forgingCORN COB1994/07/13
fougue, fugueMEO1981/06/61
foundered, found redACORN1975/06/37
four-lane, forlaneTWEASER1987/02/35
fraction, factionMERLIN1974/02/56
fraction, factionWITCHWORD1977/07/20
fractions, factionsWINDRIFT1986/12/32
Freund, FreudXEMU2001/11/13
friction, fictionMERLIN1974/02/56
friction, fictionWITCHWORD1977/07/20
friend, friedPETE TROLEUM1972/12/19
friend, friedWABBIT1994/09/64
frost-blite, frostbiteMEO1984/08/48
frugal, fugalIXAXAR1983/10/67
fruit fly, frit flyNIGHTOWL1983/01/84
gadzooks, gazooksTREESONG1983/05/27
galleons, gallonsPETE TROLEUM1980/03/21
galleons, gallonsMEO1981/10/15
gallery, galleyJERG1991/06/81
gallipot, galliotPOLLY1986/06/64
gallivant, gallivatKAMEL1982/02/66
game plan, gamelanMANGIE1986/01/47
game plan, gamelanCRAX1995/04/71
game plan, gamelanENDGAME1999/03/52
game plan, gamelanHAMMER2001/05/43
garbage, garageR. TIST1975/05/04
garbage, garageKAMEL1977/02/28
garbage, garageMOUNTAIN BAMA*1984/09/40
garbage, garageMAYDAY1987/12/37
gauntlet, gantletKAMEL1977/05/07
gauntlet, gantletNOT INSANE!1985/05/18
gemologist, geologistHAPOWL*2001/10/72
genius, genusUCAOIMHU1997/08/26
genome, gnomeNIGHTOWL1978/02/19
genome, gnomeDITTO1999/09/41
genome, gnomeMR. TEX2000/09/41
Genseric, genericEOS1982/11/53
Genseric, genericXEMU1998/03/47
germanium, geraniumMEO1984/12/32
germanium, geraniumJERG1988/03/54
gingerly, gingeryNIGHTOWL1986/07/08
globy, gobyTREESONG1972/02/07
glory, goryMIDURNDIST1972/04/41
Gobelins, goblinsKAMEL1978/09/66
Goidel, GodelUCAOIMHU1999/07/08
golfer, goferMANGIE1986/12/41
good, godUCAOIMHU1996/09/69
googol, GogolMANGIE1990/06/51
googol, GogolCORN COB1990/06/74
gooney, gooeyIXAXAR1983/01/05
go-round, groundKEA1997/12/24
graduation, gradationMEO1980/10/62
grape seed, gapeseedNIGHTOWL1977/04/36
gravelly, gravelyHAP1984/12/53
gravelly, gravelyMANGIE2001/11/70
grow up, groupHOT1987/03/65
guaranty, guaranyDUMBO, A.*1991/09/84
guests, guessWABBIT1991/07/59
guide, GideBELLES LETTRES1991/01/41
gumbotil, gumboilNIGHTOWL1985/03/80
gumbotil, gumboilALF1986/05/12
gun-shy, gushyMANGIE1978/10/65
gun-shy, gushyUNCANNY1992/02/31
gyrating, gratingNIGHTOWL1980/07/57
handicuffs, handcuffsPROF. PAMPELMUSE1980/04/58
hangover, HanoverLARRY1981/01/76
hangover, HanoverJOKER1996/09/25
harmonica, HarmoniaPIOLO OPEST1981/03/77
headwaiters, headwatersHAP1974/12/52
heath hen, heathenWINDJAMMER1984/09/63
heath hen, heathenPOLLY1986/07/49
heath hen, heathenXEMU1997/12/21
heinie, HeineTRAZOM1994/01/01
hellion, HelionNIGHTOWL1982/08/76
herb grace, Her GraceTWEASER1988/02/48
[here, say], heresyFIDDLE1971/11/10
hermetic, hereticMANGIE1975/05/33
hermitage, heritageISFAN1974/11/26
hermitage, heritageNEOPHYTE1976/06/49
hermitage, heritageGAB-F1999/02/27
Hermitage, heritageACORN1985/12/11
heroin, heronMR. TEX1990/09/05
hideouts, hideousSTORYTELLER1997/07/27
hilarious, HilariusMAELART*1999/08/33
hoarse, horseFIDDLE1973/07/27
Hobbist, hobbitUCAOIMHU1999/02/03
holly, holyPETE TROLEUM1973/12/11
Homoiousian, HomoousianHAP1978/05/23
Hoosier, hosierWAGSTAFF1988/09/69
horniest, hornistTRAZOM1989/09/04
hot spot, hot potQAQAQ1986/12/28
hough, HughFARO1973/12/27
hua, haHARDRIC1978/02/69
hummus, humusIXAXAR1995/10/13
Hungary, hungryFIDDLE1975/02/32
hurdler, hurlerULK1982/08/69
hurtled, hurledACORN1975/10/45
immortality, immoralityFANACRO1975/03/26
immundity, immunityMOMUS1990/01/12
impalement, implementIFANDOR1981/07/27
impending, impedingBLACKSTONE1977/02/09
impervious, imperiousHAP1977/09/30
impervious, imperiousHAP1986/09/24
imprudent, impudentNEOPHYTE1978/02/54
imprudent, impudentIRISH1978/11/14
imprudent, impudentDEE SWEET1980/09/63
imprudent, impudentTWEASER1989/03/88
imprudent, impudentIXAXAR1994/10/43
includes, incudesDITTO1982/04/42
includes, incudesJOKER1992/06/53
indexed, indeedBLACKSTONE1984/01/40
indicated, indictedWILLz1973/07/34
indicated, indictedBRUTUS1980/05/61
Indira, IndiaLARRY1975/10/15
infinitives, infinitiesQAQAQ1995/12/33
injured, inuredMANGIE1984/01/28
inosculate, inoculateHAP1975/03/17
insane, inaneMIDURNDIST1975/10/39
insane, inaneIXAXAR1983/05/44
insolation, isolationAMIGO1979/05/43
insolvent, insolentIRISH1978/11/14
insolvent, insolentMEO1981/02/56
insolvent, insolentCAZIQUE2000/08/cf23
insulated, insultedTUT1974/05/49
insulated, insultedPOLLY1987/04/66
insulating, insultingDITTO1980/03/30
insulating, insultingWAXAR*1992/02/66
insulin, inulinNIGHTOWL1980/01/21
insultant, insulantIFANDOR1973/06/13
intemperate, intemerateENDGAME1999/01/12
inter nos, internsLOKI-52001/12/34
interstate, intestateMERLIN1973/03/40
interstate, intestateMEO1977/01/49
interstate, intestateUNIQORN1979/05/63
interstate, intestateRAH1981/11/28
interstate, intestateWINDJAMMER1988/03/75
Interstate, intestateWRYBOSH2000/05/87
intro, intoBRILLIG1992/01/08
intuit, InuitJOKER1991/05/44
intuit, InuitJAELTI1992/09/78
intuit, InuitDITTO1999/03/33
intuit, InuitTAHNAN2001/06/63
itching, I ChingSENOR1979/02/65
itching, I ChingMR. TEX1990/06/08
iyo, ioDADA1977/10/55
izzard, izardWABBIT1998/06/53
jack-in-the-, jacintheUCAOIMHU2000/03/42
jargoon, jargonTREESONG1975/10/05
joey, joyAMBER1980/09/29
judices, juicesNIGHTOWL1982/11/48
junco, JunoBODOLPH1980/08/43
kingship, kinshipLILITH2000/06/63
Kodiak, KodakWINDRIFT1985/04/73
Kodiak, KodakSANIT2001/09/cf11
Koran, koanFOMALHAUT1984/08/40
kudzu, kuduCORN COB1985/10/44
kudzu, kuduPEBBLES1991/07/77
kvetch, ketchBEAGLE1990/05/08
languor, langurHAP1974/06/21
languor, langurPOLLY1986/08/75
launch, lunchPETE TROLEUM1974/01/44
launch, lunchPEBBLES1999/12/13
lawyer, layerNIGHTOWL1982/12/32
laxity, laitySHEBANG-IE1975/10/22
laxity, laityGADJET1981/08/25
lead-swinger, lead singerQUIP1992/11/47
legendarian, LegendrianHUDU1997/03/55
leg-irons, legionsVOLAR1980/09/49
leg-irons, legionsULK1995/11/31
legumen, legmenFIDDLE1974/08/49
lemonade, "Le Monde"MANGIE1976/11/58
lemonade, "Le Monde"ALF1985/01/56
lemonade, "Le Monde"MR. TEX1992/11/20
Lepanto, lean-toMANGIE1990/01/22
liability, labilityEARL E. BYRD2001/09/52
liberated, libratedNIGHTOWL1984/12/84
lightning, lightingFIDDLE1973/12/39
lights-out, light outNIGHTOWL1978/08/59
limbo, limoTREESONG2000/05/43
Lion King, linkingSLIK1994/07/30
logion, log inTRAZOM1995/04/46
logion, log inPEBBLES2000/09/06
logion, log onTRAZOM1995/04/46
logion, log onPEBBLES2000/09/06
lounge, lungeTY ME*1995/10/48
lumpfish, lumpishVIKING1971/12/01
Lutheran, luthernIFANDOR1981/12/80
luthier, LutherNIGHTOWL1986/01/89
macrosomatic, macrosmaticFIDDLE1981/10/16
mainly, manlyDADA1980/08/36
mala in se, malaiseQAQAQ1988/11/41
mala in se, malaiseDART1998/01/68
mariner, MainerALF1993/10/39
marquis, maquisNEOPHYTE1977/07/50
marquis, maquisHAP1979/05/45
married, marredWITCHWORD1979/01/32
marsoon, maroonFARO1976/09/11
maxim, maimMANGIE1989/01/02
meany, manyWABBIT1995/06/38
meditate, mediateMANGIE1975/06/13
meditation, mediationMIS-KNO-MER1973/03/05
mellophone, melophoneNIGHTOWL1981/07/04
messuage, messageIFANDOR1974/11/42
messuage, messageAMIGO1979/09/50
Met Lifer, MeliferALF1993/11/ku01
microscopy, microcopySIBYL1987/07/68
military, miliaryALF1985/06/84
milliary, miliaryALF1985/06/84
minibar, minbarTYGER1999/07/63
minimum, miniumIFANDOR1976/06/19
minium, minimIFANDOR1982/03/18
miserly, miserySHEBANG-IE1975/11/12
miserly, miseryPOLLY1988/08/21
miserly, miseryWABBIT1996/09/26
miss giving, misgivingDEE SWEET1979/12/36
mister, miserDEE SWEET1985/08/10
mobled, mobedMERLIN1996/11/67
monestrous, monstrousBEO1999/07/29
monist, moistXEMU1997/09/22
monkery, monkeyQUIP1992/08/65
monkery, monkeyAESOP1994/03/47
monody, moodyMANGIE1978/12/72
monody, moodyPANACHE1992/03/25
Montague, montageNIGHTOWL1979/08/75
Montague, montageKRAY1999/09/22
Montagues, montagesCRAXIE*1994/07/27
mood ring, mooringLEAFIE*1994/02/20
moon-eyed, moneyedHUDU1987/02/42
mopping, mopingWINDRIFT1987/05/43
morion, moronIXAXAR1982/06/05
morose, mooseNIGHTOWL1980/03/49
morose, moosePANACHE1992/04/32
morose, mooseWABBIT1996/02/56
morsel, morelNIGHTOWL1982/11/37
Mt. Adams, madamsNEWROW1990/12/70
Munich, munchCORN COB1994/12/36
Munster, muster100 DOWN1995/03/02
[Murray, drown], Murray downTWEASER1990/10/23
musicologist, muscologistSENOR1980/02/18
nappies, nappesNIGHTOWL1986/07/37
native, naiveCERES1982/03/37
native timothy, [naive, Timothy]MERLIN1990/08/64
essPANACHE1992/05/34
neutral, neuralR/EDS1994/05/54
nobble, nobleTWEASER1984/10/51
noisy, nosyACORN1976/05/48
nonents, nonetsDOUBLE-H1985/07/46
nonnant, nonnatNIGHTOWL1981/09/68
nostalgia, notalgiaVIKING1971/02/06
nostalgia, notalgiaMERLIN1974/06/15
oarfish, oafishFRAZ1991/09/83
oarlop, orlopB. NATURAL1972/12/13
oidium, odiumIFANDOR1979/11/33
old factory, olfactoryDEE SWEET1980/08/83
olefins, oleinsIXAXAR1984/09/38
oncer, onerVISITOR1989/10/40
ondometer, odometerMEO1983/03/36
onetime, on timeNIGHTOWL1981/01/28
oompah, oomphHUDU1984/04/27
oompah, oomphANDREAS1995/01/19
optic, oticIXAXAR1981/11/07
Orbison, orisonPANACHE1991/01/84
original, orignalIFANDOR1979/01/53
original, orignalULK1986/08/14
outbellow, out belowTWEASER1985/01/12
outrage, our ageMAYDAY1988/08/33
outrage, outageIRISH1977/06/60
outrage, outageIFANDOR1982/11/44
outrage, outageTRASH1990/09/79
overheard, overheadCRATAEGUS1992/08/72
overlay, overlyNIGHTOWL1978/12/70
ovoid, OvidIOLANTHE1997/06/22
pack a rod, PackardPANACHE1987/12/55
Packers, PacersTWEASER1988/03/21
painful, panfulPOLLY1996/04/74
palindrome, pal in RomeBRUTUS1979/04/32
palindrome, pal in RomeUNIQORN1981/07/ku
Palomar, palmarNIGHTOWL1977/03/43
palombino, palominoMERLIN1972/10/38
palombino, palominoKAMEL1977/08/43
pampered, paperedMEO1978/08/69
panache, panaceTWEASER1982/12/75
pancreatic, pancraticHAP1978/09/69
parity, partyFIDDLE1980/04/62
parole, parleATLANTIC1994/11/32
paroxysm, proxysmARACHNE1987/11/08
parsley, parleyTUT1979/09/44
pas seul, passelBEAZOM*1997/01/29
pastry, pastyMICROPOD1990/03/75
patella, paellaNIGHTOWL1980/06/73
patient, patentPETE TROLEUM1974/12/41
patient, patentFIDDLE1988/05/54
patiently, patentlyPHIZZ1993/11/34
pattern, pattenR/EDS2000/07/66
peacemaker, pacemakerMEO1980/09/79
pearleyed, parleyedLUNCH BOY1997/09/28
peg leg, PelegPANACHE1990/06/69
pelargic, pelagicMERLIN1973/01/16
pelargic, pelagicWINDRIFT1980/09/18
pellicle, pellileMERLIN1979/08/03
penuchle, penucheQED1995/05/46
Penzance, penanceHAP1977/02/55
peonies, poniesMEO1979/01/74
perforation, perorationMANGIE1982/04/67
perforation, perorationWINDRIFT1986/12/87
periscope, pericopeMERLIN1971/12/20
periscope, pericopeNIGHTOWL1984/06/05
perishing, PershingMANGIE1976/12/17
peroration, prorationIFANDOR1986/12/19
personality, personaltyHAP1979/07/78
Perth Amboy, [Perth; Amoy]ULK1987/05/31
pheasant, peasantPHIZZ1988/03/29
phrase, phaseDITTO1980/09/91
piazza, pizzaPETE TROLEUM1972/04/23
piazza, pizzaMEO1978/10/36
piazza, pizzaANEMONE1980/01/13
piazza, pizzaARACHNE1985/02/28
piazza, pizzaG NATURAL2001/02/44
piazzas, pizzasFRIDAY 131983/08/88
pilaster, plasterPROBLEM CHILD1975/03/53
pileated, pleatedNIGHTOWL1988/10/48
pilot, plotG NATURAL2001/06/02
Pisa, PiaG NATURAL2001/02/44
piscine, picineEOS1983/03/19
placid, plaidNIGHTOWL1985/08/92
Plaid, paidAESOP1995/10/03
Plains, plansPETE TROLEUM1977/04/33
planetarium, plantariumTREESONG1974/04/14
planetarium, plantariumNIGHTOWL1983/12/78
plantain eater, plant a neaterBLACKSTONE1984/11/40
pleasantry, peasantryHAP1973/08/23
pliant, plantABSOLVER1975/07/51
plump, pumpHAP1987/11/63
pointier, PoitierGTAHZNII*2000/10/40
poisson, poisonJUNEBUG1984/12/12
policies, policesIFANDOR1984/12/69
polska, polkaMERLIN1988/02/32
poor beagle, porbeaglePEN GOITERER*1988/02/29
Pop-Tart, pop artMAELSTROM1995/03/79
Pop-Tart, pop artG NATURAL2001/10/cf18
popular, poplarPOLLY1993/07/81
portable, potableIXAXAR1988/03/27
portent, potentBRUTUS1981/09/52
porthole, potholeHAP1977/01/57
portion, potionMEO1978/10/07
posies, posesIXAXAR1991/10/62
posthole, potholeHAP1977/01/57
preclude, PreludeXELINT2000/12/48
predication, predictionPHIZZ1993/02/66
presentiment, presentmentNEOPHYTE1977/10/29
presto, pestoCORN COB1986/07/30
presto, pestoIXAXAR1990/10/75
prettiness, pettinessVAL1977/05/65
prince, priceERGO1983/03/64
printable, pin tableALF1982/08/35
prison, prionNIGHTOWL1984/08/27
probably, pro-babyTREESONG1981/08/86
proem, poemHAP1980/05/71
psaltry, paltryUNIQORN1979/04/63
puddling, puddingMICROPOD1991/11/26
puissant, pissantTRAZOM1994/11/59
punctuation, punctationWINDRIFT1986/09/30
punctulated, punctuatedFIDDLE1982/08/49
purge, pureDEE SWEET1981/10/35
purloin, purlinSIBYL1987/04/27
pursued, pursedIFANDOR1985/01/15
pursuing, pursingBRUTUS1983/04/33
Qumran, Qur'anLILITH1999/08/26
radicate, radiateABOSLVER1976/06/02
rankling, rankingIFANDOR1985/04/27
ratbite, ratiteHOHO1973/10/50
reactor, rectorNIGHTOWL1989/12/26
reality, realtyHAP1979/07/79
rearmouse, rearouseALF1982/10/83
rebus, reusANEMONE1985/05/62
recital, rectalIXAXAR1980/07/33
recital, rectalPOLLY1986/08/44
recital, rectalMACAVITY1987/11/44
redaction, reactionCOGITO2001/05/60
Red Cross, recrossHARDRIC1977/12/33
red-eye, redyeG NATURAL2002/01/67
Red Stocking, restockingNEWROW1983/08/53
reedbird, redbirdVIKING1972/09/07
reenter, renterJERG1982/10/20
refuse, reuseIFANDOR1988/02/35
regalia, realiaMERLIN2000/01/47
regally, reallyMEO1978/02/04
regally, reallyPOLLY1986/07/73
regional, reginalIXAXAR1981/12/86
rehearsing, rehearingULK1984/02/70
reindexer, reindeerXEMU1994/01/37
relieve, reliveDITTO1980/02/67
relieve, reliveFIDDLE1981/01/08
remainder, reminderDITTO1981/12/48
remainder, reminderSAL1990/12/40
remainder, reminderWABBIT1995/02/68
renverse, reverseNIGHTOWL1983/09/68
reputation, reptationNIGHTOWL1980/01/52
residue, resideSIBYL1989/01/58
resign, reignPOLLY1993/06/09
resign, reignLILITH2001/08/67
respectable, resectableFIDDLE1982/07/25
reveals, revelsIFANDOR1981/02/23
revived, revvedNIGHTOWL1988/08/50
ribbands, ribandsIFANDOR1984/10/36
rickety, rickeyNIGHTOWL1983/04/09
Ripuarian, riparianULK1983/10/79
road, rodDANDR2001/12/24
rogue, roueAMIGO1979/01/77
rogue, rouePLANTON1984/08/36
rooster, rosterKAMEL1975/02/52
rotating, rottingIXAXAR1983/06/70
rotund, roundPROBLEM CHILD1974/10/22
rubble, rubleXEMU1994/01/73
rubble, rubleG NATURAL1998/09/57
rumination, ruinationJOKER1988/05/48
runaway, runwayJOKER1989/10/38
sac-wrist, sacristIFANDOR1977/08/05
salami, salmiHAP1976/01/38
saliva, saivaXEMU1996/06/64
salivation, salvationMANGIE1981/11/43
salmon, salonWINDJAMMER1994/06/60
salute, sauteMANGIE1982/06/36
salute, sauteHAPOWL*1997/06/61
sampling, saplingMAB1988/11/43
satellite, stelliteRAIN MAN1998/10/56
scandal, sandalCARNATION1979/12/25
Scouse, souseIXAXAR1995/05/22
scrabble, scabblePOLLY1983/04/27
Seattle, settleDADGIE*1977/03/18
Seattle, settleRAINBOW1983/12/50
Seattle, settleWINDRIFT1988/07/17
Seattle, settleVISIDRIFT*1988/07/45
seminarian, Semi-ArianALF1983/12/74
semiotic, SemiticSLIK1994/11/64
serious, serousPOLLY1986/10/55
serviette, servetteFIDDLE1972/12/44
sewing, swingATLANTIC1992/04/09
shampoo, shapooFARO1978/05/11
shell out, selloutAMIGO1978/09/44
shield, shiedNIGHTOWL1998/01/66
shofar, so farBRUTUS1977/08/31
shofar, so farMAYDAY1988/11/62
shooed, shoedBILLY GOAT1971/09/11
shortometer, short meterXEKI*1996/04/22
short shrift, short shiftMANGIE1977/05/73
shotgun, shogunSENOR1978/02/71
shotgun, shogunR/ED TYGER*1995/09/79
shrewd, shredPEBBLES1990/09/70
shrewd, shredUNCANNY1991/05/26
shutoff, shtoffMERLIN1974/11/29
sickbed, sickedFRAZ1991/10/27
signify, SinifyRANDOM WALK1979/01/29
simile, smileGRAYDOL1975/07/49
Sinatra, SintraBRILLGIE*1993/07/25
sine curve, sinecureWABANNY*1991/08/15
sine curve, sinecureCRAX1994/12/17
singeing, singingNEOPHYTE1976/02/19
Sinkiang, sinkingHAP1980/03/70
slipcover, slipoverMEO1981/04/40
sloshed, soshedPHILANA1979/01/16
snuggest, suggestULK1995/10/73
soldier, solderPETE TROLEUM1973/05/35
soldier, solderREYNARD1988/01/42
solider, solderPOLLY1989/11/60
Sonya, soyaMANGIE1976/07/55
Soupy Sales, soup salesTREESONG1981/09/57
spaceman, spaemanBRILLCON*1993/07/46
specular, secularPOLLY1994/02/16
spline, spineJERG1984/03/80
splitter, spitterANDREAS2001/12/68
splurge, spurgeNIGHTOWL1975/03/50
splurge, spurgeEMBOSH*1999/02/28
splurging, spurgingMICROPOD1989/10/51
spoon-fed, spoofedHAP1973/06/23
spoon-fed, spoofedMANGIE1988/12/28
spoon-fed, spoofedMANGIE1991/11/18
spoon-fed, spoofedAL G. BYRD*1996/06/54
spoon-fed, spoonedMANGIE1991/11/18
spouse, souseMIS-KNO-MER1974/03/35
spouse, souseMEO1981/11/22
spruce, sprueTABLESAW2001/12/07
Spuds, sudsTWEASER1988/03/70
squaloid, squalidARACHNE1987/08/60
stablemate, stalemateDOUBLE-H1986/12/85
stablemate, stalematePANACHE1992/12/39
stablemates, stalematesHAP1986/12/05
stage fright, stage rightULK1994/07/42
stapling, saplingFRAZ1991/09/63
starlets, staretsWAMPAGIE*1997/11/12
starred, staredPROBLEM CHILD1974/02/21
startled, star-ledMERLIN1997/11/62
steamy, seamyTALON1991/10/79
stimulate, simulateHAP1976/09/63
stimulated, simulatedKAMEL1978/12/32
stollen, stolenNOT INSANE!1985/04/84
strangle, strangeBAFUL1975/01/41
strangle, strangePENNY1975/10/40
strangle, strangeUNCANNY1992/11/13
Stratus, statusPANACHE1998/01/14
string, stingAMIGO1979/05/66
stringy, stingyDEE SWEET1979/08/47
stringy, stingyANDREAS1994/12/27
sturdy, studyPOLLY1988/01/37
sturgeon, surgeonPHIZZ1991/07/75
subsidies, subsidesTWEASER1988/10/81
substantival, substantialUNIQORN1979/02/73
subtitle, subtileKAMEL1979/08/22
suppliant, supplantEOS1982/12/65
supplicant, suppliantIFANDOR1979/02/34
supplier, supplerHAPOWL*1998/03/24
surely, surlyPROBLEM CHILD1974/06/48
surely, surlyREYNARD1986/02/30
Suriname, surnameNIGHTOWL1983/09/35
Suriname, surnameXEMU1996/04/32
sweven, sevenSAL1990/09/42
tacos, TaosNIGHTOWL2000/10/69
tagalong, TagalogMERLIN1974/03/42
tagalong, TagalogHAP1983/03/13
tag along, TagalogCLIO1998/10/40
tche, theDADA1975/04/20
teatman, teamanVIKING1973/01/11
terrapin, terrainHAP1973/07/05
terrapin, terrainSENOR1977/12/67
terrapin, terrainERGO1986/07/40
terrapin, terrainTERRAPIN1993/09/12
terrapin, terrainIXAXAR1998/08/19
Texas, teasBRYM1979/07/17
thanatopsis, thanatosisHAP1979/08/14
thankful, tankfulNIGHTOWL1979/07/51
thereat, threatMANGIE1977/10/02
theremin, thereinWINDJAMMER1983/11/63
theremin, thereinXEMU1994/06/46
theremin, thereinRASTELLI1998/02/16
thicket, ticketWITCHWORD1979/12/66
thickset, thicketMEO1979/01/61
thickset, thicketCORN COB1987/04/53
Thin Man, Tin ManPANACHE1987/11/34
thoroughgoing, throughgoingPANACHE2002/01/21
three-song, TreesongB. NATURAL1975/05/49
thrice, triceIXAXAR1994/01/67
thrimble, thimbleMERLIN1989/09/10
thugs, thusNIGHTOWL1989/04/80
timeliine, time lineBEACON1994/03/27
tinikling, tinklingMERLIN1992/05/81
tirade, tradeISIS1994/09/13
toadyish, toadishEOS1981/09/64
took ill, to killVOLAR1978/10/7?
tote, toeMIDURNDIST1974/09/53
touchstone, Touch-toneTRAZOM1987/01/06
toupee, topeeEOS1979/08/56
toupee, topeeULK1983/11/71
transprose, transposeFIDDLE1979/05/32
trimester, trimeterSIBYL1988/08/66
trimester, trimeterXEMU2001/09/42
Trip, tipLILITH1999/10/15
trochees, trochesNIGHTOWL1974/09/44
tryout, troutNIGHTOWL1980/09/95
Turnhout, turnoutULLY BYRD*2000/11/36
turnkey, turkeyHAP1973/12/37
turnkey, turkeyDEE SWEET1980/01/01
turnkey, turkeyJOKER1987/11/15
turnkey, turkeyJO THE LOITERER1987/11/53
turnkey, turkeyXEMU1993/11/33
twin bill, twibillMERLIN1975/05/70
two-bit, TobitROSEBUD2000/08/06
two to one, two-toneMANGIE1988/11/05
unawed, unwedSHEBANGIE1977/01/42
unawed, unwedBRUTUS1981/08/66
unbeatable, uneatablePETE TROLEUM1979/12/61
underserved, undeservedMANGIE1981/06/41
underserved, undeservedDITTO1990/01/27
underserved, undeservedPANACHE1993/05/50
underserved, undeservedDITTO2000/04/70
unfit, unitNEOPHYTE1978/02/16
uniformed, unformedPOLLY1996/09/18
uninformed, uniformedMEO1979/10/30
uninformed, uniformedXEIPON1985/03/39
uninformed, uniformedWRYBOSH1998/05/16
unkempt, unkeptMICROPOD1992/05/52
unmarried, unmarredBRUTUS1981/08/67
usher, userMANGIE1993/12/57
usurper, usurerHAP1981/11/11
valiance, valanceMERLIN1992/08/17
varnish, vanishHAP1971/12/41
varnish, vanishIXAXAR1989/01/38
venial, venalHAP1974/11/45
versification, verificationBAFUL1971/01/06
versification, verificationHAP1979/12/73
versify, verifyHAP1987/05/13
versify, verifyBACKWASH*1999/02/57
vinolent, violentVISITOR1987/10/52
violent, violetCERES1982/01/48
violent, violetMR. TEX1995/10/30
viraginian, VirginianKRISPY KREME*2000/04/33
virago, VirgoHAP1982/03/81
waiter, waterJAZZ*1994/06/24
weary, waryFIDDLE1986/09/67
weather, wetherBRYM1978/03/10
well and, WelandUCAOIMHU1996/09/69
white line, white lieULK1991/02/26
whoso, whooLARRY1977/03/01
widener, wienerMANGIE1976/04/22
wildling, willingPANACHE1994/04/22
window, widowKEEN1983/06/65
window, widowWABBIT1991/06/34
windrow, windowIRISH1978/08/60
windrows, windowsBRYM1981/07/68
witness, witessSAKR-EL-BAHR1972/11/21
wolffish, wolfishNIGHTOWL1976/02/31
wooed, woodFIDDLE1974/11/53
workshop, WorksopNIGHTOWL1992/07/32
world, wordDADGIE*1976/05/06
wrench, wenchPROBLEM CHILD1975/09/62
wrench, wenchJERG1986/12/51
xeroxes, XerxesTRAZOM1994/03/15
Xeroxes, XerxesBLACKSTONE1986/04/11
 
Deletions (Bigram)
ancient, anentWABBIT1993/07/72
Balladur, BaldurAREPO1994/12/47
Cantabrigian, Cantabrian100 DOWN1994/12/57
catenary, canaryBRILLIG1990/03/09
catenary, canaryR/EDS1994/12/29
Charleston, CharltonMR. TEX1997/07/33
circuits, circusEOS1987/04/71
denouncement, denouementDART1997/06/62
gravidity, gravityWINDRIFT1984/07/61
grown-up, groupKASTWOLK*1993/10/09
hands off me, handsomeSPHINX1984/09/31
hanuman, humanCRAX1994/03/70
impetuous, impetusPLANTON1983/09/88
indivisible, invisibleEARL E. BYRD2001/07/21
investigate, instigateWABBIT1993/05/27
Lafayette, layetteXEMU1994/07/08
miniseries, miseriesBRILLIG1991/10/65
muscovadite, muscoviteELF1984/12/82
oblivious, obviousAVIDAN1997/09/14
oilman, OmanPANACHE1988/08/69
overstarching, overarchingPANACHE1993/07/68
Photoshop, photo opPANACHE2000/05/82
precarious, preciousR/EDS1993/12/44
Pro Bowl, prowlPANACHE1994/02/25
reticently, recentlyJOKER1989/12/31
sand trap, satrapQAQAQ1991/08/18
steganography, stenographyIFANDOR1980/05/50
Telemarketing, telemarkingNEWROW1986/07/42
"The Thousand And One Nights", the thousand and one 'NigsULK1987/07/03
twin killing, twinklingNEWROW1983/11/35
wallflower, wallowerWINDJAMMER1985/07/75
 
Deletions (Bigram, Phonetic, Repeated)
nine-eyed eel, dealNEWROW1986/10/07
 
Deletions (Bigram, Progressive)
cardinal, carnal, CarlTREESONG1979/10/23
miniseries, miseries, misers, missSTITCH1983/11/56
Portland, Poland, pondATLANTIC1991/08/33
 
Deletions (Bigram, Repeated)
a priori, APOJUNILESS*1986/06/33
baseball, sellLEAFLET*1993/07/69
baseball, sellPOLLY1996/07/17
baseballer, sellerNEWROW1986/01/31
bourbon, urnMR. TEX1991/11/09
bourbon, urnMR. TEX1999/03/20
car alarm, calmBEACON1995/04/70
carefree, cafePLANTON1983/04/x01
carefree, cafeULKER*1990/01/20
carioca, RioMANGIE1988/07/16
catatonic, conicOSTRICH1989/11/15
chain link, chalkAL GEBRA1989/12/42
cholesterol, ChesterMR. TEX1996/12/18
color-coded, lordedLEAFIE*1993/11/59
concourse, nurseRASTELLI1998/08/04
Da Nang, DGJOKER1992/10/21
dead-ended, andDUMBO, A.*1991/05/59
derrieres, driesUNCANNY1990/07/38
dingdong, didoDIRTY JACK1990/06/36
Faustus, fatTRAZOM1989/06/43
flimflam, imamASTORIAN2000/01/43
George, orMR. TEX1999/09/48
gorgon, RNPEBBLES1992/04/33
grogram, oamWABBIT1996/10/40
hanuman, humCRAX1994/03/70
Heche, CG NATURAL1999/05/35
homeroom, heroULK1989/08/43
horse sense, hornOSTRICH1990/03/28
horse sense, hornQOM*1996/09/46
horse sense, hornMR. TEX1999/09/04
Icelandic, elandPLANTON1984/02/75
Icelandic, elandOSTRICH1992/01/42
incinerate, cerateULK1985/03/70
India paper, indierUCAOIMHU1999/09/29
Ixaxar's, I.R.S.ULK1986/04/02
kaikawaka, iwaMERLIN1996/08/56
kukukuku, KUJURION1985/04/ku02
lava lamp, vampCORN COB1994/02/76
layaway, lawLEAFLET*1994/05/50
licorice, loreHAP1984/05/24
licorice, loreUNCANNY1990/10/50
logogogue, lueMEKI1995/09/89
logogogues, luesTRAZOM1989/11/03
Mahwah, MWPHIZZ1991/09/79
maxima, xiPLAID1997/04/42
Mururoa, moaKEA1995/10/67
Peloncillo, pencilNIGHTOWL1992/03/55
Pepe Le Pew, LewKRAY-Z-Q*1999/08/31
pivot pier, voterNEWROW1988/04/26
porpoise, riseULK1991/05/65
porpoise, riseJOKER1992/03/75
proneness, prossUP*1996/01/49
rarae aves, eavesXEMU1995/05/49
ratatouille, rouilleJOKER1989/05/10
recurred, curdJOLK*1988/09/28
required, quidULK1996/02/61
reread, adJOKER1991/10/68
retiree, tieULK1990/03/63
"Rob Roy", byCACHE1995/06/60
romero, meQUIP1992/07/46
Romero, meMR. TEX1999/09/49
roomsome, roseULK1990/10/26
ruleless, RussULK1995/01/74
saturate, surePLANTON1983/04/x02
saxitoxin, sat onGAB-F1997/02/61
spit it out, spoutULLY BYRD*1999/02/41
surefire, SufiLEAFAXAR*1994/05/35
tortoise, riseWABBIT1991/06/17
"Two Women", "T-Men"SANIT1992/09/52
Tzotzil, oilWABBIT1994/09/63
undaunted, datedWABBIE*1992/01/66
undaunted, datedMR. TEX1999/11/22
unedited, unitULKER*1995/08/58
unsound, sodTWEASER1989/12/72
WYSIWYG, sig.CRAX1995/06/80
zeroize, roiMUNSONG*1991/01/35
 
Deletions (Bigram, Repeated, Reversed)
Earhart, theNIGHTOWL1997/05/42
postponed, dentsULK1992/02/62
semiminim, minesULK1986/01/19
semiminim, NimesULK1986/01/19
 
Deletions (Consonantic, Progressive)
amounting, untongue, AntiguaNEWROW1994/08/50
Guantanamo, ignition, GatineauNEWROW1994/08/50
 
Deletions (Double)
end table, enableMIDURNDIST1974/02/50
jeroboam, jerboaHAP1975/05/38
shingle, singeMIDURNDIST1972/01/27
 
Deletions (Freewheeling)
callous, call usWABBIT1999/09/13
sans Francisco, San FranciscoSPELVIN2000/07/39
 
Deletions (Freewheeling, Phonetic)
"Die Fledermaus", deflate a mouseMR. TEX2000/02/66
 
Deletions (Heptagram, Phonetic, Repeated)
Boutros Boutros-Ghali, gollyMR. TEX1996/06/62
 
Deletions (Heptagram, Repeated)
William C. Williams, CsMUNSONG*1991/04/18
 
Deletions (Hexagram)
complicate, comeUCAOIMHU1999/04/05
 
Deletions (Hexagram, Repeated, Reversed)
Galileo Galilei, IoMR. TEX1994/11/47
 
Deletions (Multiple, Repeated)
catacomb, tombENDGAME1998/03/39
murderer, mudFULDU1997/06/08
 
Deletions (Paired)
monkey bread, money beadNIGHTOWL1987/12/19
 
Deletions (Pentagram, Repeated)
Filippino Lippi, finoAI1995/02/42
Foghorn Leghorn, foleQED1995/08/10
hydrophobophobia, hydraELF1987/09/60
undergrounders, grosTRAZOM1994/08/01
 
Deletions (Phonetic)
anyway, NEATRAZOM1990/08/14
arrowhead, airheadCORTER*1991/01/63
bloody, buddyEOS1983/10/27
Brazilian, bazillionPANACHE2001/12/73
broncos, BronxJERG1986/01/04
caract, crackedWAGSTAFF1988/07/66
cataclysm, catechismTREESONG1983/08/93
cataclysm, catechismSENGIE*1989/02/96
celebrate, celibateVISITOR1984/03/66
cheetah, chiaXELINT2000/07/70
chinook, schnookNIGHTOWL1988/06/20
Chinook, schnookMAELSTROM1999/09/cf33
chivalry, charivariSENGIE*1984/09/33
chivalry, charivariTAHNAN2001/01/23
chivalry, shiveryUNCANNY1993/02/68
chivalry, shiverySUFFRAGE*1999/11/54
chromatic, komatikMERLIN1999/12/12
coercive, cursiveTAHNAN2002/01/37
comparison, caparison415 lb of snake2001/11/60
crawdad, caudadULK1993/07/16
ctenophore, 10-4BEAQ*1992/01/26
"Cymbeline", sibyllineQUIP1995/04/67
dipstick, diptychPANALK*1995/04/14
doughtier, doubterULK1994/04/47
etui, eightyTREESONG1994/05/11
eyesight, icedOSTRICH1989/08/22
feebly, phoebeULK1997/02/55
flavor it, favoriteIXAXAR1986/04/30
florin, foreignJOKIE*1988/04/21
frenetic, phoneticGAB-F1999/02/60
gargoyle, gargleJERG1989/03/91
guernsey, gurneyMR. TEX2000/08/42
headlights, head liceSIBYL1991/08/80
[hi, Krewe], haikuSAID*1989/04/49
Hollandaise, holidaysDOUBLE-H1985/06/44
honor roll, on a rollPANACHE1996/01/72
jiggle show, gigoloTREESONG1984/05/35
knew Yorick, New YorkJERG1984/03/64
mailbox, MaaloxWABBIT1995/01/38
maneuver, manureEOS1987/05/59
mesmerize, memorizeWABBIE*1993/11/27
mesmerize, memorizeR/EDS1993/11/58
Mona Lisa, MonadhliathTREESONG1981/11/38
monastery, monetaryTYGER1993/06/70
monotony, MenottiMAELSTROM1996/12/06
must dash, mustacheBRUTUS1981/03/16
"My Mammy", MiamiQAQAQ1995/02/75
neap tide, knee-tiedNIGHTOWL1989/05/59
oarlocks, aurochsEOS1983/02/28
Papa Doc, popdockBLACKSTONE1985/03/28
pavement, paymentLILITH2001/06/72
paxwax, packsacksELF1984/11/20
penult, peanutTREESONG1994/03/14
penult, peanutTAHNAN2002/01/64
please, peasWABBIT1996/11/17
poll tax, poleaxCOLK*1992/04/49
quondam, condomSIBYL1988/02/19
quote, coatWABBIT1997/10/36
QWERTY, QurtiQAQAQ1996/02/49
require, rewireDART1994/08/34
revelry, reveilleMANGIE1975/08/04
revelry, reveilleTRAZOM1989/04/04
right-bred, rye breadQAQZOM*1991/12/23
rightful, rifleULK1994/04/15
Rochambeau, RamboCORN COB1987/03/39
role-playing, ropelayingWABBIE*1994/06/44
roomful, ruefulBLACKSTONE1991/08/A0
ruin, runeEARL E. BYRD2001/11/43
seal ring, ceilingJOKER1990/04/29
self-sown, cell phoneT MCAY1999/03/02
senseless, scentlessJAELTI2001/02/A2
shameless, shamusMUNRO1990/06/41
sidekick, psychicTREESONG1976/02/48
sidekick, psychicDEE SWEET1982/05/38
sidekick, psychicMp1984/06/28
sidekick, psychicULK1988/03/64
sidekick, psychicUNCANNY1991/01/34
sidekick, psychicCORN COB1994/04/48
sight unseen, cytosineTRAZOM2000/05/31
silence, scienceFIDDLE1978/09/64
silence, sciencePHIZZ1994/04/10
silence, scienceG NATURAL2000/02/78
skivvies, civviesHAP1987/11/41
squalor, scholarJOKER1989/08/61
squirrel, scurrileHUNKI*1996/01/66
Stamford, stammeredSEAPIG1999/05/61
Swedes, seedsHART KING1985/08/44
swelter, sweaterTAHNAN2001/08/83
symphily, simileWINDJAMMER1989/11/23
Tennessee, 10CMUNRONG*1994/06/03
topless, tapasG NATURAL2000/01/42
torrid, tarredJERG1983/10/30
transmission, transitionWRYBOSH2000/06/16
tree-sawing, TreesongTREESONG1993/10/69
trough, toffEOS1983/11/29
trous-de-loup, toodle-ooOSTRICH1991/03/65
try one on, tie one onEOS1984/03/42
U-Haul, you-allAL GEBRA1991/02/68
underlining, underlyingHAP1987/12/65
WC, DebussyWINDJAMMER1989/06/41
wolf pack, woolpackUNIQORN1980/09/08
Yorick, YorkG NATURAL2001/12/30
 
Deletions (Phonetic, Progressive)
anti-lock, Antioch, antiqueNEWROW1992/12/56
tendency, tenancy, Tennessee, tennis, tenseAL GEBRA1990/04/48
willies, Willz, wiz, isG NATURAL2000/08/cf20
 
Deletions (Phonetic, Repeated)
Big Blue, iglooBEACON1994/04/ku01
brumby, rummyULLY BYRD*1999/09/47
Kahlua, clueWRYBOSH1999/06/64
Orff and Arne, off and onARACHNE1985/10/50
smarmy, sorryJOKER1988/06/37
 
Deletions (Phonetic, Reversed)
kidnap, panicULLY BYRD*2000/02/55
Viola, aliveGTAHZNII*2001/08/16
 
Deletions (Progressive)
barred, bared, bard, badANDREAS1993/07/50
Bening, being, Bing, "Big"EMBER2000/05/08
bereft, beret, beet, betIFANDOR1983/11/77
bluish, blush, bush, bus, usT-9-C TEXAN1974/02/38
Boeing, being, Bing, bigVOLAR1980/10/54
bored, bred, bedTWEASER1985/10/39
busboy, busby, busyHUDU1986/08/56
busboy, busby, busy, buyRANDOM WALK1981/11/44
Capulet, caplet, Capet100 DOWN2001/02/65
careless, carless, caressCOLMAR1980/08/20
cartoon, carton, Caron100 DOWN1997/04/54
cerastes, cerates, certes, CeresALF1982/06/61
course, curse, cure, cueMOUNTAIN MAMA1978/11/25
course, curse, cure, cueMELIMLIN*1992/12/11
cruises, crises, criesNIGHTOWL1978/03/30
dumpling, dumping, dupingIXAXAR1986/07/62
faucet, facet, fact, fatIFANDOR1986/01/23
freight, fright, fightFUN1973/04/13
friend, fiend, fend, fedPERI1987/04/44
genius, genus, gnusIXAXAR1980/05/04
genius, genus, gnusCRAX1994/05/33
grouse, rouse, ruse, use, us; GoreVEBRILE2000/10/29
hobbyist, Hobbist, hobbitTREESONG1984/03/20
hoist, host, hotIXAXAR1993/03/48
hoisted, hosted, hosed, hoed, hodIFANDOR1981/10/10
interest rate, inter-estate, interstate, intestateGAB-F1995/05/50
lambskin, lambkin, Lamkin, lamin, lain, linMERLIN1973/04/45
leather, lather, laterWATERSHIP DOWN*1996/03/48
like, Ike, i.e., IG NATURAL2000/11/73
Maoist, moist, mostMR. TEX1997/05/60
Maoist, moist, most, motNIGHTOWL1984/07/14
medical, medial, medalBODOLPH1982/04/49
medwed, mewed, MWEDR/EDS1998/05/ku01
oenomancy, onomancy, oomancyHAP1977/06/72
perforation, peroration, prorationMERLIN1973/08/04
pewter, Peter, peer, per, PRTWEASER1986/03/19
phrenological, phenological, penologicalMERLIN1992/07/79
phrenology, phenology, penologyULK1983/06/78
placid, plaid, paid, padIXAXAR1991/05/06
plaint, paint, pintIXAXAR1990/12/08
plump, pump, pup, upWABBIT1994/08/31
popular, poplar, polarMR. TEX1995/11/13
prester, pester, peter, peer, perAVIDAN1989/01/43
punctulate, punctuate, punctateMERLIN1971/10/21
pursue, purse, pure, pueWABBIT1997/08/57
recluse, recuse, reuse, ruseWABBIE*2000/02/40
resign, reign, reinFIDDLE1973/09/14
resign, reign, reinGOOGOL1979/05/38
rouse, ruse, rueIFANDOR1975/05/11
scandal, sandal, S and LMR. TEX1992/05/59
schottish, Scottish, sottishMANGIE1990/02/56
sparkled, sparked, sparedKEEN1983/09/71
spirited, spirted, spited, spied, spedIFANDOR1974/08/40
splurge, spurge, surge, sureIXAXAR1983/05/29
starling, staring, stringBODOLPH1979/02/27
startled, started, staredIFANDOR1985/05/47
startling, starling, staring, string, sting, singTWEASER1988/05/10
stature, statue, state, sate, satDITTO1980/09/43
statute, statue, statePHIZZ1990/04/16
statute, statue, stateLOOPHOLE1992/09/45
stilts, silts, sitsIXAXAR1982/07/53
stolid, solid, sold, sodIFANDOR1987/11/36
thereat, threat, treatBLACKSTONE1978/09/35
thickset, thicket, ticketIFANDOR1983/03/73
thickset, thicket, ticketPANABLES*1993/04/33
thorough, through, though, toughABSOLVER1976/04/43
thorough, through, though, toughEOS1980/03/20
thorough, through, though, toughALICE1989/11/31
threne, three, tree, teeIFANDOR1983/04/22
thrilling, trilling, tillingMEO1981/02/28
thyine, thine, tine, tieIFANDOR1979/04/34
triptote, trip-toe, tiptoeMERLIN1972/04/42
tropics, topics, topis, topsIXAXAR1984/02/69
uninformed, uniformed, unformedT-9-C TEXAN1974/04/54
vinolent, violent, violetMELMLIN*1989/05/57
writhe, write, writ, witIFANDOR1981/11/67
 
Deletions (Progressive, Repeated)
beriberi, Berber, Bebe, BBLUNCH BOY1997/06/31
maintain, mai tai, mata, MTNIGHTOWL1991/04/21
peetweet, peewee, PWJOKER1989/01/31
 
Deletions (Progressive, Reversed)
The Gink, knight, think, knitUNIQORGIE*1978/12/52
trooper, report, toperEARL E. BYRD1998/12/60
 
Deletions (Repeated)
acariasis, crisisMARK DOWN*1994/09/88
apepsia, PepsiULK1985/08/91
astrally, astrayALF1986/06/49
Atlantis, AlanisDRAY*1999/04/38
black hole, backhoeSTITCH1986/04/38
black hole, backhoeTRAZOM1994/07/18
black hole, backhoeMERLIN1995/11/23
Boadicea, bodiceXEMU2000/05/36
boffo, booANEMONE1986/03/35
bragging, brainALF1986/10/52
bunny, buyWABBIT1999/06/07
candent, cadetVISITOR1987/08/72
cheeriest, ChristWALK*2000/04/38
Chianti, chantJOKER1995/11/30
chiffchaff, chichaMERLIN2001/07/03
Clairol, CairoSTORY2001/09/cf06
classism, claimTRAZOM1996/05/56
commerce, coerceMANGIE1989/01/54
convent, covetLEAFLICE*1993/10/46
crescent, resentHUDU1988/02/01
crutch, RuthWABBIT2000/05/86
dated, ateMR. TEX1999/11/22
diuresis, duressALF1987/03/44
feistier, festerMR. TEX1994/01/68
flanken, flakeJOKIE*1991/11/34
flatfish, latishATLANTIC1993/05/26
Garbo Greta, arboretaKEA1995/11/75
geode, GodCORN COB1987/09/49
giant star, GiansarXEIMHU*1997/03/18
glugglug, luluULK1986/06/51
groggily, roilyULK1997/05/13
gundog, undoULK1993/12/29
hairiness, harnessALF1983/06/x01
Hamtramck, hat rackBEACON1995/01/55
hashish, as isPHIZZ1990/03/32
hashish, as isPEBBLES1992/07/57
hashish, as isG NATURAL1998/12/12
heath hen, eatenJO THE LOITERER1989/11/04
heath hen, eatenXEMU1997/12/23
hot seat, HoseaULK1989/12/19
hymeneal, hymnalULK1983/09/43
inanities, NantesKEA1995/09/13
jimjams, imamsOMAN*1991/08/30
Ken doll, kendoBEACON1993/09/70
Las Vegas, La VegaMERLIN1990/05/74
logging, loinATLANTIC1995/03/51
maintain, mai taiOSTRIE*1991/04/79
martinet, marineWABBIT1997/06/24
martinet, marineG NATURAL1999/06/21
mellow, meowALIKER*1995/05/74
middle-aged, mileageMARK DOWN*1996/07/62
mistress, mitreJOKIE*1989/05/49
mumps, upsHAP1986/08/20
murumuru, muumuuANEMONE1985/12/08
Newrow, NeroULK1985/01/22
Newrow, NeroCRAX1994/09/04
nonnant, oatQAQAQ1992/09/49
oozing, zingULK1991/12/65
orarian, OrrinMICROPOD1989/03/60
paddle, paleSAL1990/04/26
peccary, PearyWABBIT1994/05/30
peg leg, PeleSTITCH1987/10/82
perigee, prigTEKI1996/02/68
pimpmobile, immobileQAQAMMER*1988/04/04
pimpship, imshiJO THE LOITERER1990/02/32
pizzazz, PiaG NATURAL2001/02/44
Planton, PlatoULK1985/05/63
prospered, rose-redHUDU1990/01/66
psoas, PoaULK1985/04/53
redbuds, rebusXEMU1994/09/91
rubble, ruleG NATURAL*998/09/59
savoir faire, savor fareJERG1985/04/14
sconce, soneGECKO1983/12/08
seller, seerNEWROW1986/01/31
skipping, skiingKAPBOOK*1993/05/68
sloe-eyed, sloydJO THE JAMMER*1996/06/35
so-and-so, SandsQUIZ1999/10/25
spine-ache, spinachWAQ*1993/08/28
Stuttgart, sugarQAQAQ1996/01/30
succinct, suintHAP1986/11/24
suspended, upendedHAP1986/02/05
temptress, empressULK1986/07/27
textile, exileLUNCH BOY1998/11/25
tie-dye, tidyMANGIE1988/01/44
true-blue, trebleQUIZ1999/01/62
twister, wiserWABBIT1994/11/57
Wabbit, waitCRAX1995/08/22
waxwing, axingWABBIT1994/01/51
worldly, wordyKAPRY KORN1990/04/17
Zmudz, mudPLANTON1990/09/35
 
Deletions (Repeated, Reversed)
eggnog, oneCRAMU*1995/02/12
recurred, deuceULK1985/10/26
sine die, EdensLUNCH BOY1999/02/67
Tahiti, thatXEMU1994/06/37
 
Deletions (Repeated, Reversed, Tetragram)
Evel Knievel, inkBEACON1993/05/70
 
Deletions (Repeated, Reversed, Trigram)
sentient, isMR. TEX1997/03/33
slim-limbed, debsTRAZOM1993/01/43
tie one on, itBEACON1993/08/43
 
Deletions (Repeated, Tetragram)
Albert Einstein, AlbersNEWROW1989/06/24
Albert Einstein, AlbersTALON1992/01/69
beglerbeglic, EricXEMU1995/01/84
eighty-eight, eyeBEACON1992/01/34
Etch A Sketch, askXEMU1996/05/50
fractionations, fracasMEKI1995/08/67
George Orwell, wellOSTRICH1990/07/75
Heinrich Heine's, richesOSTRICH1989/11/76
house mouse, hmULLY BYRD*2000/06/03
hugger-muggers, humusEARL E. BYRD1997/05/15
kotukutuku, koMICROPOD1989/11/28
loosey-goosey, logoULK1996/07/70
mumbo jumbo, MJMOBOT2001/12/53
ophiophilist, listULK1985/06/86
ophiophilist, listXEMU1998/03/17
power mower, PMXEMU1998/02/56
taratantara, tanULK1989/01/57
the rather, aLUNCH GNAT*1999/05/25
 
Deletions (Repeated, Trigram)
ahuehuete, atePANACHE1996/12/71
alfalfa, aBEACON1996/07/69
Allhallows, how'sJO CON U*1992/07/10
atom bomb, atKEA1995/10/68
avadavats, DT'sWABBIT1999/11/34
Boola Boola, babaARBUTUS1993/04/10
bye-bye, []TWEASER1985/07/64
candy cane, dyeTALON1990/11/04
card-carrying, dryingBEACON1993/08/04
Chepachet, PatBLACKSTONE1988/03/15
[che sara, sara], chessUCAOIMHU1995/09/50
constantan, consBLACKSTONE1991/04/83
contented, codNIGHTOWL1990/09/13
do-si-dos, IULK1995/02/08
dvandva, 'n'UCAOIMHU1995/11/09
etiolation, elanMAELSTROM1996/10/37
fender bender, FerberT MCAY1996/09/66
fricatrice, fateXEMA*1994/11/49
giant ant, GIBEACON1994/12/53
golden oldie, genieTA-TA*1991/07/44
golden oldie, genieSTORYTELLER1996/12/59
grama grass, massBEACON1996/07/68
Hackensack, hensOSTRICH1990/02/72
hawkshaw, KsMERLIN1996/11/24
holus-bolus, hoboEARL E. BYRD1998/11/37
house-to-house, setoseXEMU2000/12/71
Janeane, J.EMBER2001/09/86
kittle cattle, kit-catMERLIN1992/10/64
lentamente, lameTRAZOM1995/05/03
lentamente, lameWABBIT1997/07/29
locum-cum-cumquat, loquatNEWROW1993/06/29
Louisianian, LouisCACHE1995/04/80
Newport News, portsOSTRICH1990/02/73
nonsense, noSIBYL1989/02/34
old soldier, sierMERLIN1997/03/06
outshout, shULK1990/02/55
psilopsid, LodNEWROW1988/12/23
Queequeg, e.g.TREESONG1991/11/49
rixatrix, atBEACON1993/02/62
roast beast, robeXERAX*1996/12/ku01
satiation, sonTEKI1996/12/27
"Shallow Hal", slowNOAM2001/12/41
sham Abraham, sabraJO THE LOITERER1991/01/21
Simple Simon, pleonXEIMHU*1996/05/17
single wing, slewT MCAY1999/03/66
sodium pump, SodiWINDJAMMER1988/12/02
stop a stock, packQACON*1992/07/23
tchotchke, okeQEMU*1995/03/73
thalthan, lnNIGHTOWL1989/10/80
wanchancy, whyNIGHTOWL1991/03/66
wanchancy, whyTRASART*1997/10/45
 
Deletions (Reversed)
Amtrak, karmaLUNCH BOY1999/08/i01
animates, staminaBLACKSTONE1988/09/14
anthem, MehtaMANGIE1987/09/27
anthem, MehtaPAP NDROME1987/09/67
apodal, L-dopaRANDOM WALK1982/04/50
axiom, moxaPLANTON1983/06/71
basher, rehabMR. TEX1992/03/76
borsht, throbPAP NDROME1988/06/11
Dallas, saladRAINBOW1983/11/68
dimwit, timidWABBIT1989/12/30
emerged, degreeULK1995/09/93
"Ernani", inaneJON DARK1999/07/26
espalier, relapseKAPRY KORKER*1989/10/62
espalier, relapseLUNCH BOY1998/08/22
fracas, scarfULK1983/05/15
fracas, scarfBRILLIG1990/04/61
kloof, folkTAHNAN2001/06/52
kneel, leekOAK1976/07/46
lianas, snailFULDU1995/12/22
llamas, smallPLANTON1984/05/28
llamas, smallLUNCH BOY1998/08/42
Marcos, scramTE-ZIR-MAN1986/05/17
matzahs, shazamJERG1985/08/07
nommed, demonCRAX1993/07/20
puppets, step upWABBIT2001/02/99
reddest, tedderULK1984/01/32
red drum, murderAMIGO1979/07/21
red drum, murderWABBIT1996/12/61
reggae, eagerMR. TEX1992/04/54
revision, noisierMERLIN1971/01/10
revision, noisierUFO1985/04/89
romaine, enamorLUNCH BOY1997/09/40
romance, enamorUNCANNY1991/11/66
Sam-I-Am, maimsLUNCH BOY1998/10/16
session, noisesTE-ZIR-MAN1986/04/24
sesterces, secretesUFO1985/01/07
sight, thisSPHINX1984/03/05
slalom, mollsSPHINX1983/11/17
snippets, step-insULK1993/09/63
solderer, reredosJERG1987/12/58
spirits, stirpsULK1986/03/45
spirits, stripsULK1986/03/45
strawhat, thwartsPAP NDROME1988/06/12
The Gink, KnightWINDJAMMER1988/08/23
tetragram, MargaretALF1984/10/87
tosspot, top sotULK1985/08/54
trebling, GilbertMANGIE1989/06/30
U-Haul, luauBEO1999/10/59
wobble, elbowSPHINX1983/09/49
wobble, elbowEBEAM1985/07/28
wobble, elbowMEKI1999/06/59
 
Deletions (Syllable)
erotica, errataWINDJAMMER1991/09/35
eternity, attorneyWINDJAMMER1990/11/16
furbelow, furloughEOS1985/04/09
ovation, oceanTREESONG1979/12/72
ovation, oceanTREESONG1991/08/A3
ovation, OshinTREESONG1991/08/A3
pharmacy, farcyTREESONG1991/10/05
 
Deletions (Tetragram)
billingsgates, Bill GatesPANACHE1997/04/71
 
Double-Crosses
aback, crocus; abacus, crockBRUTUS1984/06/27
abatement, improvises; abatises, improvementKREMLIN1992/12/58
abuses, rehab; Ahab, rebusesNIGHTOWL1998/04/32
across, Double-H; ah, Double-CrossALDOUBLE-H*1984/02/42
admonish, service; advice, sermonishHUDU1984/10/59
Alabama, master; alabaster, mamaDOUBLE-H1986/02/51
algae, regiment; aliment, reggaeLUNKHEAD*1996/04/11
alnager, teeter; alter, teenagerWINDJAMMER1988/10/72
alpaca, chino; Al Pacino, chaTRAZOM1993/05/06
altar, solitude; altitude, solarGECKO1984/08/45
Anatolian, demy; anatomy, DelianUCAOIMHU1996/04/67
anger, jest; angst, jeerCORN COB1994/03/59
A-ni-ma-ch'ing, Walpole; animal pole, wachingBEACON1995/02/14
antimony, palinode; antinode, palimonyALF1986/12/29
Apaches, filthy; apathy, filchesWABBIE*1997/09/35
apart, Quercus; apercus, quartTRAZOM1991/02/24
areaway, farandole; areole, far and awayBEAMER*1992/08/21
arroba, indagate; arrogate, indabaK NATURAL*1999/10/48
aspire, warfarin; aspirin, warfareKRAY2001/11/49
atomism, unclever; aver, Uncle TomismTRAZOM1992/05/61
attache, panic; attic, panacheNIGHTOWL1988/10/04
auto-da-fe, chrome; autodrome, chafeNEWROW1985/01/76
awful, carry; awry, carfulTERRAPIN1994/03/23
babe, jingle; bangle, jibeWABBIE*1997/08/40
babu, zenana; banana, zebuBEO2000/03/54
badge, vermouth; bad-mouth, vergeWINGIE*1993/05/04
banjax, coo; banjo, coaxMAELSTROM1995/04/43
bar, Cheers; beers, charMp1985/10/48
bar none, crawl; barn owl, craneQAQAQ1993/01/18
barometer, chez; barometz, cheerKEA1995/09/76
barrel, queer; beer, quarrelNIGHTOWL1999/01/07
bather, frown; brown, fatherHAPOWL*1997/02/47
batholite, quiver; Bath Oliver, quiteALF1993/03/56
batter, letter; better, latterWREN1985/07/05
bay, greige; beige, grayHUDU1990/07/05
beaches, mustard; beard, mustachesXEKER*1995/01/75
bear, spring; Bering, sparJAZZ*1994/06/68
bellow, bow; below, blowEOS1984/06/52
benignant, malt; bent, malignantNIGHTOWL1983/12/x04
Benny Hill, fast; best, Fanny HillCORMER*1993/06/26
bent, recruit; bruit, recentBART BOY*1999/02/04
boar, T-bone; Boone, T-barNIGHTOWL1999/08/34
boat, scapegrace; brace, scapegoatHAPOWL*1984/02/65
body, come-on; boon, comedyWATERSHIP DOWN*1996/03/45
bone, mosquito; bonito, mosqueWINDJAMMER1984/07/77
Boyg, coleslaw; Boyle's law, cogMERLIN1990/01/07
bravery, know; brow, knaveryLOULI1984/04/37
Brie, lingering; bring, lingeriePANACHE2000/10/19
brief, kerchoo; broo, kerchiefWINDJAMMER1991/02/11
brother, fawn; brown, fatherHAPOWL*1997/02/47
brutal, genius; Brutus, genialATLANTIC1984/02/59
Bubo, theory; buy, theorboNIGHTOWL1984/07/37
budget, fillet; bullet, fidgetASTORIAN1997/05/17
burped, chapeau; bureau, chappedMANGIE1988/08/13
bursar, vast; Burt, VassarSTITCH1984/07/20
business, log; busing, loessMEATY*1996/11/51
cajoles, frisk; cask, frijolesMANGIE1990/09/83
camping, douses; campuses, doingMp1984/09/57
canary, divas; canvas, diaryNIGHTOWL1989/02/39
candle, crayon; canyon, cradleSTITCH1984/05/06
canine, felon; canon, felineIXAXAR1989/02/11
can opener, Grey; canopy, greenerGAB-F1998/07/55
cava, Jett; Cavett, jaUCAOIMHU2000/12/29
caveat, orgy; cavy, orgeatTYGER1998/12/31
ceiling, wants; cents, wailingELF1984/03/16
chance, premises; chemises, prancePANACHE1993/10/16
chaperon, eve; Che, Eva PeronMR. TEX1990/10/09
Chappaqua, Riddick; Chappaquiddick, Ra???2000/09/64
Chaucer, pant; chaunt, pacerUCAOIMHU1996/04/35
Chevrolet, omen; Chevron, omeletSPROUT2001/09/cf05
Chevrolet, own; chevron, owletNIGHTOWL1992/01/10
chia, Medicago; Chicago, mediaULLY BYRD*1999/02/71
chic, electrum; chum, electricCORN COB1992/12/26
chick, stump; chump, stickBRUTUS1984/04/02
chime, Tappan Zee; chimpanzee, tapeKING FRIVOLITY1998/09/08
chirrup, St. Ives; chives, stirrupNEWROW1984/10/85
choir, these; chose, theirARACHNE1985/03/40
choke, stare; chore, stakeFRAZ1990/05/36
chopine, mug up; cup, mugho pineULLY BYRD*2000/08/38
chorister, minus; chorus, ministerNIGHTOWL1983/12/x05
cigar, sure; cire, sugarPOLLY1997/03/62
clambake, inter; clamber, intakeUNCANNY1994/01/07
clamor, energy; clergy, enamorULLY BYRD*2000/09/07
Clemens, true; clue, tremensHAP1984/06/68
clever, nothing; clothing, neverDOUBLE-H1984/09/09
climate, relax; climax, relateWABANNY*1991/06/08
cobra, zest; cost, zebraASTORIAN1996/10/44
cogent, Indiana Jones; cojones, Indian agentMR. TEX1999/03/03
coleslaw, joust; cost, Joule's LawXEIMHU*1995/10/06
collector, protege; college, protectorNIGHTOWL1983/12/x01
coma, parquet; coquet, ParmaJOKER1990/04/47
comas, though; cough, ThomasMANGIE1985/08/56
come, divert; covert, dimeFIDDLE1985/04/66
comfortable, prey; comfrey, portableNIGHTOWL1991/05/22
complicate, reprehensible; comprehensible, replicateMR. TEX1990/12/79
conceive, refuse; confuse, receiveW?N1984/06/17
condom, Wisk; conk, wisdomCORN COB1994/11/52
consecutive order, extant; constant, executive orderGAB-F1996/06/20
cooperated, grunion; Cooper Union, gratedELF1985/03/16
copulate, depot; cot, depopulateMUNRO1990/08/68
coupe, horse; course, hopeIFANDOR1984/12/45
cow, windrow; crow, windowGECKO1985/06/32
cruel, stench; steel, crunchULK1984/10/22
curse, spate; cute, sparseIFANDOR1984/02/04
dad, Father Brown; Dr. Brown, fatheadMR. TEX1991/08/71
Dane, margarita; data, margarineQEDOWN*1996/07/59
danger, strangle; dangle, strangerEARL E. BYRD1997/06/12
day-care, devilment; dent, devil-may-careQAQAQ1988/09/09
DEA, men's room; doom, mens reaSETEC1994/10/20
debunk, that; debut, thankSIBIE*1996/08/63
deface, palomino; domino, palefaceMR. TEX1991/04/45
Delius, sibilatory; dilatory, SibeliusTWEASER1986/06/06
Demerol, foldure; demure, folderolTRAZOM1991/05/43
devious, precise; devise, preciousBRUTUS1984/02/15
diesinking, Horae; Dies Irae, honkingCHESS*1997/07/06
digest, larva; diva, largestNIGHTOWL1987/06/72
dime, ex-husband; disband, exhumeBEANNY*1992/04/26
doldrums, early; dolly, eardrumsHUDU1984/01/07
do one's best, jury; Doonesbury, jestBEACON1993/02/03
doll, rock and rye; dye, rock and rollXEMU2001/05/73
double-cross, gametic; Double-Crostic, "Games"/dev/joe2001/10/cf14
earache, panned; earned, PanacheCRAX1993/10/65
entice, poultry; entry, poulticeTERRAPIN1994/09/80
entire, swine; entwine, sireSTITCH1984/04/78
entitle, Monday; entity, MondaleALF1984/07/09
epicene, obscure; epicure, obsceneCORN COB1985/05/70
epigraph, microtome; epitome, micrographJERG1985/10/19
expire, tresses; expresses, tireSTITCH1984/03/39
fame, recluse; fuse, reclameJOKER1992/01/22
fare, spender; fender, spareJUNILEH*1984/11/44
faulty, novena; fauna, noveltyASTORIAN1997/03/59
feline, pony; felony, pineSTITCH1984/02/77
fiasco, tablet; filet, TabascoBEO1999/08/04
fiction, infrared; fired, infractionWINDJAMMER1985/02/61
filed, rely; filly, reedALF1984/12/83
finest, modish; finish, modestIXAXAR1995/05/06
flagrant, mime; flame, migrantASTORIAN1996/08/64
floes, harridan; Floridan, haresACORN1984/12/02
forgetive, water; forgetter, waiveELF1985/01/81
found, mirth; fourth, mindFAMULUS1984/07/56
frock, skinflint; front, skin flickPG-13*1997/03/44
gazebo, placing; gazing, placeboMR. TEX1990/06/68
gleeful, goshawk; gleek, goshawfulTRAZOM1992/07/11
goatee, manners; goners, manateeTWEASER1987/05/18
god, shrapnel; grapnel, shodHUN1996/07/10
grace, lint; grant, liceSTITCH1984/01/46
guns, Twisto; gusto, twinsLARRY1985/04/08
hairdo, welter; halter, weirdoNIGHTOWL1990/11/13
hamper, scowl; howl, scamperEVITA1998/09/cf30
harden, warring; Harding, WarrenVEBRILE2000/10/55
hatch, weight; height, watchHOT FAN!*2001/09/59
headache, muster; header, mustacheHUDU1983/12/x03
height, strap; hep, straightNIGHTOWL1984/05/49
heist, rest up; het up, resistWABBIT2001/05/35
held, scallion; hellion, scaldBITER*1997/12/69
hellion, scalp; help, scallionIFANDOR1984/09/65
hi, oboist; hoist, obiWINDJAMMER1987/05/58
Hogwarts, smash; hogwash, smartsMR. TEX2002/01/32
impale, student; impudent, staleSTITCH1984/08/21
impi, Scandian; Indian, scampiNIGHTOWL1988/12/25
inkling, wean; inn, weaklingSTITCH1984/10/44
inkling, weathered; in the red, weaklingMANX1984/02/46
intake, Mercedes; intercedes, makeGAB-F1995/04/19
intake, sherlock; interlock, shakeMANX1992/10/38
intend, warlock; interlock, wandMANX1986/02/29
into, prospective; introspective, PoWINDJAMMER1992/06/51
irate, Kato; Ito, karatePHILAGIE*1995/06/19
Jain, Sam Hill; Jill, SamhainUCAOIMHU1998/11/01
jingle, Taoist; jingoist, taleJERG1985/08/45
jocks, trivial; jovial, tricksDOUBLE-H1984/07/x01
juice, poultry; jury, poulticeLUNCH BOY1998/01/07
lads, sundowner; landowner, sudsNIGHTOWL1998/07/47
lasts, nerve gas; Las Vegas, nertsQAQCON*1992/12/66
later, longitude; latitude, longerPOLLY1994/06/09
lifeguard, sanguine; linguine, safeguardJERG1984/06/03
life sucks, water; lifter, waesucksTRAZOM1993/08/12
liner, maroon; loon, marinerPOLLY1995/12/38
liter, mistletoe; little toe, miserQAQAQ1989/05/35
loam, progress; loess, programCORN COB1985/08/13
logomachy, strolling; logrolling, stomachyTRAZOM1997/05/56
loquacious, lust; loquat, lusciousMR. TEX1999/08/68
lucky, wallaby; lullaby, wackyTWEASER1987/11/39
lucky, wallaby; lullaby, wackyNIGHTOWL1990/04/22
lunkhead, Skynyrd; Lynyrd, skunkheadTWEASER1987/12/17
Machu, picture; mature, PicchuSTITCH1987/05/21
maker, undertow; mow, undertakerWABBIT2001/06/21
maids, rapture; mature, rapidsHUDU1984/03/29
malign, retreat; maltreat, reignBLUFF1997/02/26
malinger, St.; malt, singer100 DOWN1996/12/16
mandrake, quill; mandrill, quakeASTORIAN1996/08/19
marrow, spouse; mouse, sparrowALICE1989/09/46
matriarch, resex; matrix, researchWINDJAMMER1993/06/48
measure, pluck; muck, pleasurePOLLY1994/05/14
meddle, passenger; messenger, paddlePOLLY1997/02/41
mediaeval, portent; media event, portalJAQ THE QATERER*1991/10/01
mere, Sphinx; minx, spherePOLLY1994/12/32
metal, pediculous; meticulous, pedalPOLLY1996/05/32
mingle, sister; mister, singleJUNILEH*1984/12/58
miniseries, winter; minister, wineriesNIGHTOWL1999/01/30
mocking, stores; mores, stockingULK1986/02/15
Mohegan, pal; mohel, paganVOKS2000/01/60
mole, nobody; moody, nobleWINDJAMMER1993/07/51
morigeration, refuse; mouse, refrigerationMOMMER*1993/09/09
moronic, starboard; mortarboard, sonicXEMU1994/02/50
mushy, tropical; musical, trophyPOLLY1995/06/48
naked, Sulu Sea; nausea, sulkedFOMALHAUT1984/09/37
nighties, T-shirts; nightshirts, tiesULKO'S TRICH*1990/10/21
only, quietus; onus, quietlyBRUTUS1984/04/01
orthodox, paragraph; orthograph, paradoxVISITOR1984/07/72
outcast, pry; outcry, pastPEBBLES1994/12/35
outlast, paw; outlaw, pastFOOBAR1995/01/46
palate, Spyri; papyri, slateGAB-F1995/08/80
parish, polkas; parkas, polishHUDU1986/05/47
peter, verify; petrify, veerPOLLY1994/06/57
Peri, Richard Simmons; persimmons, Richard IQAQAQ1987/09/12
poked, Tweaser; poser, tweakedATLANTIC1984/04/67
poniard, spark; pork, SpaniardNIGHTOWL1983/12/x02
porn, throne; prone, thornJUNIRDLU*1984/08/02
potable, sultry; poultry, stableAJAX1984/04/16
pro-life, static; prolific, stateCORLY*1993/09/44
quoits, sunset; Quonset, suitsSTITCH1984/09/69
raises hell, tortoni; rani, tortoiseshellMANX1984/06/14
Rigoletto, stir; rigor, stilettoPEN GWYN1989/05/08
role, Yankovic; Ron Kovic, YaleEPIP*1994/04/ku03
rollick, season; roll on, seasickWABBIE*1991/11/02
saddest, temple; saddle, tempestFINGER1993/10/40
Sally Field, worth; sally forth, wieldMR. TEX1996/08/67
Santa Clara, zebus; Santa Claus, zebraXERAX*1997/12/05
sedate, uptown; sewn, up-to-dateULLY BYRD*2000/04/46
shade, tribrach; Shadrach, tribeLUNCH BOY1997/11/13
shall, wire; share, willULK1984/10/23
shiitake, source; Shiite, sour-cakeLUNCH BOY1996/09/62
shrimp, travel; shrivel, trampASTORIAN1996/09/49
snafu, topped; snapped, tofuWABBIE*1993/07/35
spa, yogurt; spurt, yogaDEE SWEET1985/03/47
spa, yogurt; spurt, yogaTALON1990/11/49
squish, vantage; stage, vanquishEARL E. BYRD1997/01/27
stool, wretched; stretched, woolDITTONG*1984/09/17
stratocracy, tumulus; stratocumulus, TracyELF1987/03/15
teledu, Xanax; telex, XanaduWABBIT1998/12/17
umpire, vanity; unity, vampireMR. TEX1990/07/17
 
Double-Crosses (Phonetic)
Aeschylus, fate; escalate, fussMUNIP*1989/04/12
analogy, high place; unlace, hypallagyCRAMHU*1998/08/26
armadillo, peccary; armory, peccadilloDANDR1999/03/57
barley, homicide; Barmecide, hollyNIGHTOWL1990/12/02
battle-ax, parry; batty, parallaxBTNIRN1998/12/35
begorra, cyanide; big-eyed, sayonaraQED1996/10/52
bilked, muzzy; busy, mulctLUCIFER2000/08/63
Bligh, Y2K; bouquet, white lieKEA1999/03/05
Caesar, lieu; kai sy, LarUCAOIMHU1998/04/38
camel, Trip Payne; campaign, tripleENDGAME1998/11/17
carbon, early; Carlie, urbanNIGHTOWL1983/12/x06
champagne, woo; shampoo, waneWINDJAMMER1984/06/72
Chicom, turfski; Tchaikovsky, termTRAZOM1996/06/11
chubby, Oaxaca; chukka, wahabiMEKI1999/02/20
claims, Jesse Jackson; Klaxon, Jesse JamesNEWROW1984/04/51
Cointreau, pious; Qantas, pyroTRAZOM1999/10/38
coldcocked, confusion; cold fusion, concoctMR. TEX1998/03/15
colorless, mort; cult, more or lessWINDJAMMER1985/03/56
cucumber, knelt; Q-Celt, numberUCAOIMHU1998/03/04
cycle, stoic; psychic, stoleWINDJAMMER1984/09/29
dipper, Maelstrom; Dom, male stripperSTROMBOLI*1997/05/53
eclair, phlegm; eclegm, flareARACHNE1986/05/21
elephant, sterling silver; elver, Stirling SilliphantTREESONG1991/05/07
factor, methadone; phone, Method actorBEAQ*1993/01/36
fail, pyre; fair, pileKING FRIVOLITY1998/12/74
fail, pyre; Fire, PaleKING FRIVOLITY1998/12/74
fair, pile; file, pearKING FRIVOLITY1998/12/74
fair enough, gracious; farinaceous, gruffBEACON1994/07/05
feel out, oomph; feof, umlautTREESONG1984/01/23
fido, wryly; phylae, rye doughNIGHTOWL1983/12/x07
flare, whip; flip, wearPQOGO-PQHRED1990/01/31
Frey, Henley; friendly, highKRAY2001/07/04
furbelow, rumor; furor, rumbelowCRAX1993/11/03
game, Holofernes; gurneys, Hall of FameTRAZOM1990/09/33
Hieronymus, homeless; hireless, homonymousTRAZOM1989/10/09
hustle, moos; whose, muscleULLY BYRD*2000/03/52
Jack, Mamie; Jamie, MacG NATURAL2001/01/49
lieder, Prufrock; lock, proofreaderMUNIP*1988/10/26
neuter, Swaziland; New Zealand, swatterUCAOIMHU1996/12/58
Reading, spry; red-eye, springWINDJAMMER1989/07/81
Sherlock, shyly; Shirley, shylockMANGIE1988/03/22
shirred, weight; shirt, wadeTREESONG1996/05/59
Thompson, worry; Tommy, worsenWRYBOSH2001/12/67
 
Double-Crosses (Reversed)
[Boise, ID], earls; Dies Irae, slobMAELSTROM2000/08/cf02
decagram, sniffles; margins, self-facedTRAZOM1988/08/48
deemed, snare drum; demeans, murderedTRAZOM1989/02/45
Draco, latter; octal, retardNEWROW1984/06/65
Erebus, Red Rover; suborder, revereQAQAQ1989/06/06
idler, Tel Aviv; relet, VivaldiTRAZOM1988/07/01
quartet, sammels; tetralemmas, suqTRAZOM1996/04/33
 
Double-Crosses (Saturated)
algum, pine tar; altar, pine gum;; alpine, TargumNEWROW1986/08/26
 
Double-Crosses (Welded)
[Tacoma ran by a catacomb, Yacarana]HEALTH FOOD SANDWICH*2000/02/23
 
Dropouts
Amor, Elf; More, AlfALF1985/02/20
baby, smug; abysm, bugSTITCH1984/12/01
bane, choice; anechoic, beHOT1988/11/32
beriberi, Aries; Iberia, berriesNEWROW1984/11/42
Bognor, many; Norman, bogyCACHYRD*1997/06/26
cadence, stooge; Cage, studentsHAUT NATUREL*2000/11/65
car, denture; ardent, curePAP NDROME1988/02/21
Chianti, pastiches; antipasti, chichesLOKI-52000/07/45
comfort, ye; forty, comeNEWROW1985/10/43
degree, Darth; greed, dearthVISITOR1985/01/45
die, live; Eli, diveNOHOLDS BARD1985/07/56
environ, deleted; rondelet, enviedQAQYL*1989/01/18
Greg, Isurus; Regis, gurusCACHYRD*1997/06/26
loofa, rose; Faro, looseCORN COB1989/03/23
minute, rouse; in utero, museGAB-F1995/09/83
Myanmar, Estonia; mares, "My Antonia"X NATURAL*2002/01/26
nuthatch, ern; Thatcher, nunLOKI-52001/07/79
opera buffa, lotion; Buffalo, operationFAMUIP*1984/11/01
presto, Polident; Topol, president1441984/12/18
prospect, rector; spectre, proctorCORN COB1985/02/52
reply, woodwind; plywood, rewindMEKI1994/09/19
stony, X ray; onyx, strayNIGHTOWL1987/05/06
thin, fat; inf., thatNOHOLDS BARD1985/04/79
 
Dropout (Phonetic)
Lonely, Hunter; Leigh Hunt, loanerXEMU2001/06/14
 
Dropouts (Progressive)
antique, street; quest, tire, anetMANGIE1991/02/08
changeover, headlock; overhead, angel, chockMUGSI*1995/09/21
condemning, earthenware; gear, ninth, men, dewar, coneMEKI1995/10/43
definitive, staler; vest, initial, deferPAP NDROME1987/04/31
Enigma, zealotry; maze, gal, io, entryZONKER1984/12/42
Fresno, danger; nod, sang, freerBARTOK1999/09/17
lasso, valentine; oval, assent, lineSENNA*1985/02/01
"La Traviata", chorine; ach, aviator, latrineHUDU1984/09/46
like, none; keno, lineGECKO1985/01/21
maidens, au naturel; sauna, denture, mailMANX1988/08/45
Mohican, canoe; cancan, Ohio, meNIGHTOWL1984/12/14
Notre, Dame; ed., ram, noteMUNRO1985/01/04
paradox, enough; oxen, ado, rug, pahMANGIE1989/10/37
 
Enheadments (Group)
bready, swilling, table {ready, willing, able}BTNIRN1996/02/26
 
Even Exchanges
cannot, gorges; Congo's, garnetDANDR2001/01/25
mildew, wonton; molten, windowDANDR2001/02/29
 
False Abstract Nouns
ton, tenth {long, length}UCAOIMHU1995/06/53
 
False Abstract Nouns (Phonetic)
on, nth {broad, breadth}UCAOIMHU1995/06/54
 
False Accomplices
piously, copiously {star, costar}ULK1997/01/34
 
False Adherents
ass, assist {Mao, Maoist}LILITH2000/10/15
favela, favelist {Buddha, Buddhist}ENDGAME1998/12/27
instar, monster {Islam, Moslem}UCAOIMHU1997/05/08
reign, reignite {Reagan, Reaganite}MR. TEX2000/08/53
stark, Star-Kist {Mao, Maoist}LUNCH BOY1997/06/06
sunk, Sunkist {Mao, Maoist}WABBIE*2000/12/78
 
False Adjectives
brand, brandish {boy, boyish}KEA1995/05/51
brand, brandy {dirt, dirty}KEA1995/05/51
caroling, Carolingian {Faust, Faustian}GAB-F1998/12/24
caroling, Carolingian {Faust, Faustian}TAHNAN2001/12/23
covalent, co-valentine {opal, opaline}GAB-F1996/02/06
dais, Daisy {dirt, dirty}PANACHE1995/01/45
deaminate, dominate {heat, hot}UCAOIMHU2001/11/68
eth, ethical {hero, heroical}UCAOIMHU1997/07/34
grandma, grand mal {aorta, aortal}CRAX1994/06/64
iron, irony {dirt, dirty}EMBER2000/08/cf33
pother, paternal {mother, maternal}UCAOIMHU1997/04/01
read, ready {dirt, dirty}WRYBOSH2000/10/29
rust, rustic {alcohol, alcoholic}TAHNAN2001/10/01
S curve, scurvy {grime, grimy}LUNCH BOY1996/12/33
vigor, vigorish {boy, boyish}G NATURAL1999/06/56
 
False Adjectives (Phonetic)
arson, arsenal {verb, verbal}DART1996/05/16
arson, arsenic {Copt, Coptic}DART1996/05/16
flews, floozy {dirt, dirty}G NATURAL1999/11/39
Pall Mall, Palmolive {rest, restive}VEBRILE2001/09/cf03
tax, attacks {sleep, asleep}WRYBOSH2000/11/95
 
False Adverbs
barf, barfly {nice, nicely}SUDS*1998/12/51
 
False Adverbs (Phonetic)
brink, Brinkley {nice, nicely}WRYBOSH1999/06/11
doo-wop, duopoly {dirt, dirtily}PANACHE1996/09/68
gassed, ghastly {nice, nicely}ULK1994/12/34
hunt, Huntley {nice, nicely}WRYBOSH1999/06/10
taboo, tabbouleh {nice, nicely}PANACHE1997/02/27
 
False Advocacies
of, proof {war, pro-war}DART2000/11/32
 
False Aggregates (Phonetic)
fishkill, Schuylkill {fish, school}TRAZOM1998/12/19
 
False Alternative Writing Implements
sten, stencil {pen, pencil}G NATURAL1999/04/17
 
False Antecedents
carious, precarious {view, preview}ULLY BYRD*1999/07/13
 
False Antonyms
left behind, right aheadDART1995/08/32
overrun, overstay {run, stay}NEWROW + JERG*1992/04/22
overrun, undergo {???}NEWROW + JERG*1992/04/22
overstay, understand {???}NEWROW + JERG*1992/04/22
Ravel, unravel {do, undo}PANACHE1993/07/03
rump, no-trump {so, not so}U BRA*1994/04/49
undergo, understand {go, stand}NEWROW + JERG*1992/04/22
 
False Antonyms (Phonetic)
Antigone, foregone {???}JERG + NEWROW*1992/03/03
Auntie Em, proem {anti-war, pro-war}MR. TEX1994/09/84
 
False Automations
tie score, tie scoring machine {add, adding machine}KRAZY QAT*1999/07/17
 
False Beneficiaries
bung, bungee {honor, honoree}100 DOWN1995/11/37
 
False Breakfast Cereals (Phonetic)
Met's, mezzos {Oreo, Oreo O's}PANACHE1999/12/39
 
False Briticisms
for, four {color, colour}VEBRILE2001/06/55
pense, pence {defense, defence}UCAOIMHU2000/02/72
 
False Briticism (Phonetic)
three, thread {zee, zed}VEBRILE2001/06/56
 
False Capitals
scar, scarcity {Oklahoma, Oklahoma City}WRYBOSH1999/11/07
 
False Cheers
sling, gosling {team, go team}MAELSTROM1997/04/06
 
False Clergy
elation, revelation {Jesse Jackson, Rev. Jesse Jackson}TAHNAN2000/07/08
 
False Combiflats
abase, averse {base, verse}WRYBOSH2000/11/64
 
False Comparatives
Bly, superbly {fine, superfine}BEACON1992/08/55
broke, broker {nice, nicer}PANACHE1993/01/54
broth, brother {old, older}WAMU*1995/03/36
conge, conger {nice, nicer}PANACHE1995/02/59
Congo, congoer {old, older}TRAZOM1998/09/01
cow, cower {old, older}ADOBE1994/08/59
croupy, croupier {happy, happier}PANACHE1998/09/cf14
croupy, croupier {happy, happier}MR. TEX2000/10/06
front-end load, front-end loader {old, older}GAB-F1997/08/29
hassle, Hassler {nice, nicer}ULK1997/11/63
hung, hunger {old, older}MONA LISA1981/12/x01
let, letter {big, bigger}DITTO1999/01/21
lied, lieder {old, older}SMAUGIE*1995/03/64
ling, linger {old, older}100 DOWN1993/11/83
lite, liter {nice, nicer}DART1997/05/36
mutt, mutter {old, older}JACOB*1994/06/39
off, offer {old, older}PANACHE1994/03/39
Olive, Oliver {nice, nicer}MANGIE1994/11/73
Ord, order {old, older}PANACHE1998/06/45
over, moreover {so, moreso}MANGIE1993/04/61
pond, ponder {old, older}EARL E. BYRD1996/03/53
pre-Ming, Preminger {old, older}BEACON1993/03/53
rainy, Rainier {happy, happier}PANACHE1992/02/63
should, shoulder {old, older}SIBGIE*1992/04/48
should, shoulder {old, older}PANACHE1998/06/46
sub, suber {old, older}ADOBE1994/11/43
tarsi, tarsier {old, older}ULK1994/08/57
temp, temper {old, older}AL DESUDA1997/05/57
VIP, viper {old, older}PANALK*1995/03/75
 
False Comparatives (Phonetic)
Antheil, Anne Tyler {old, older}TRAZOM2001/07/38
avian, Moravian {so, moreso}NEWROW1992/07/64
billed, builder {old, older}WATERSHIP DOWN*1996/08/06
clam, clamor {old, older}WATERSHIP DOWN*1995/06/62
Czech, checker {old, older}WABBIE*1993/05/48
Doll, dollar {old, older}WRYBOSH1999/09/08
ebonies, Ebenezer {old, older}PANACHE1992/05/39
eleven thou, eleventh hour {old, older}TREESONG1992/06/04
gnat, natter {old, older}QUIP1995/09/90
gross, grocer {old, older}CACHE1995/08/03
Guys, geyser {old, older}WRYBOSH1999/09/07
horse, hoarser {old, older}WATERSHIP DOWN*1996/03/46
lack, lacquer {old, older}WABBIE*1993/01/64
Leicester, mortar {less, more}NEWROW1992/07/28
lesson, on {less so, so}BEACON1992/10/46
lest, Leicester {old, older}NEWROW1992/07/28
mort, mortar {old, older}NEWROW1992/07/28
newt, neuter {old, older}KREMLIN1993/01/25
on, honor {old, older}PANACHE1993/10/43
on, moron {so, moreso}BEACON1992/10/46
Philip Glass, Phillip Glasser {old, older}BEO2001/09/ku01
"seaQuest", sequester {old, older}MR. TEX1995/03/42
sighed, cider {old, older}WABBIT2001/12/25
sough, suffer {old, older}BLAMMESK1998/03/41
time-worn, Time Warner {old, older}TAHNAN2000/09/04
waif, wafer {old, older}JACOB*1994/06/38
wimp, whimper {old, older}ULK1991/08/27
wisp, whisper {old, older}WABBIT1993/09/06
witty, Whittier {old, older}BARTOK1998/05/26
you, ewer {old, older}MOMUS1994/07/64
 
False Computerizations
bony, ebony {mail, e-mail}LILITH2000/05/71
 
False Conjugations
amole, areole, Isole {am, are, is}NEWROW1994/06/67
Bebe, isis {be, is}LILITH2001/02/49
 
False Counterfeits (Phonetic)
bulls, shamblesWABBIT1997/04/63
 
False Deficiencies (Phonetic)
sty, stylus {head, headless}ENDGAME2000/11/24
 
False Demonstrations
hug, Hugin {love, love-in}TREESONG1997/04/16
 
False Denizen
Nomo, Nomar {Kosovo, Kosovar}SAXIFRAGE2001/08/02
 
False Derisions (Phonetic)
malts, schmaltz {fancy, shmancy}AL DESUDA1997/09/43
 
False Diminutives
coy, Minicoy {van, minivan}ULLY BYRD*2000/10/12
grove, groveling {duck, duckling}PLAIOLA*1997/06/11
False Disappearances
sling, gosling {[], go}ULK1995/01/81
 
False Disease
Kurt, kurtosis {???}GNOME*2001/10/09
 
False Falsenesses
Derwent, underwent {cola, Uncola}SANIT1995/11/54
 
False Falsenesses (Phonetic)
knee, phony {fur, faux fur}QUOI*1993/08/10
pain, champagne {something, sham something}ULK1994/09/12
Ray, Faure {fur, faux fur}PANACHE1995/05/78
rhesus, sudoresis {science, pseudoscience}NEWROW1993/05/31
 
False Fathers
ya, papaya {[], papa}EARL E. BYRD1998/07/49
 
False Feminines
adder, address {waiter, waitress}BLA'MANGE*1992/02/25
adder, address {waiter, waitress}100 DOWN1996/12/76
adder, address {waiter, waitress}100 DOWN2001/07/28
bang, shebang {goat, she-goat}PANACHE1996/10/02
bar lock, bitch {warlock, witch}XEMU2000/08/71
been, shebeen {goat, she-goat}PANACHE1996/12/31
been, shebeen {goat, she-goat}REBUS1996/12/54
bittern, bitterness {poet, poetess}SANIT1995/09/04
brake, buck {drake, duck}XEMU2000/05/85
buffs, beeves {ruff, reeve}UCAOIMHU2000/10/11
butter, buttress {waiter, waitress}POLLIE*1991/10/32
butter, buttress {waiter, waitress}PANACHE1993/02/13
car, caress {poet, poetess}WABBIE*1994/02/34
col, cola {senor, senora}LUNCH BOY1996/04/73
coquin, coquina {senor, senora}EARL E. BYRD1997/03/49
coset, Cosette {???}UCAOIMHU2000/06/13
Euler, Euless {caterer, cateress}/dev/joe2001/08/04
forester, forestress {waiter, waitress}XEMU1997/05/25
housel, houseless {poet, poetess}POLLY1996/10/78
matter, mattress {waiter, waitress}TREESONG1992/07/05
matter, mattress {waiter, waitress}ENDGAME1996/05/05
minim, miner {him, her}UCAOIMHU1997/08/53
minus, mina {Julius, Julia}UCAOIMHU1999/10/45
mome, Pope {mom, pop}UCAOIMHU1997/06/65
MP, Shemp {goat, she-goat}CAZIQUE1997/10/10
oud, Odessa {count, contessa}G NATURAL2001/10/28
patter, matter {pater, mater}ENDGAME1996/05/05
Polonius, Polonia {Julius, Julia}TAHNAN2001/08/39
prow, prowess {poet, poetess}PANACHE1996/05/48
prow, prowess {poet, poetess}KRAY1997/11/49
sing, single {Gabriel, Gabrielle}UCAOIMHU2000/10/10
supper, suppress {waiter, waitress}WOMBAT2000/11/12
tor, Trix {aviator, aviatrix}FULDU1996/03/20
tor, Trix {aviator, aviatrix}G2ZNII2001/02/86
Virgo, virga {Antonio, Antonia}UCAOIMHU2001/02/76
 
False Feminines (Phonetic)
aisle, eyeless {poet, poetess}WATERSHIP DOWN*1995/01/66
dungeon, Dungeness {poet, poetess}PANACHE1996/05/49
eager, egress {waiter, waitress}WABBIE*1994/01/71
shine, shyness {poet, poetess}WATERSHIP DOWN*1995/02/44
tocks, Dixon {fox, vixen}UCAOIMHU1999/08/01
Van Nuys, galvanize {[], gal}ULX*1998/04/28
 
False Foods
fig, fork {pig, pork}MOTLEY KREWE*2000/08/51
 
False Forerunners
achy, preachy {view, preview}ULLY BYRD*1998/11/10
 
False Fractions
tic, Semitic {annual, semiannual}SLIK1994/11/64
 
False Fronts
veranda, forever and a {head, forehead}UCAOIMHU1998/12/52
 
False Futures
Aumont, Will Beaumont {[], will be}NEWROW1999/07/25
 
False Future Tenses
ow, shallow {do, shall do}NEWROW1994/06/13
ow, willow {do, will do}NEWROW1994/06/13
 
False Gerunds
sunk, Sun King {walk, walking}LUNCH BOY1999/02/45
 
False Goodnesses
rope, Europe {phonic, euphonic}UCAOIMHU2000/05/83
 
False Holidays
gam, gammas {Christ, Christmas}UCAOIMHU1996/05/28
 
False Incompetences
Tigris, mistigris {manage, mismanage}XEMU1994/01/20
 
False Increments
haughty, honey {aught, one}G NATURAL1999/12/29
macho, Mach 1 {0, 1}MR. TEX1996/10/18
nineted, tented {nine, ten}NEWROW1999/11/44
pernine, perten {nine, ten}NEWROW1999/11/43
 
False Increments (Phonetic)
wonder, Tudor {one, two}WAHU*2000/01/36
 
False Inhabitants
cello, cellar {Kosovo, Kosovar}TRAZOM1999/04/51
 
False Intensifications
arch, archer {old, older}LILITH1999/11/16
ER, archer {rival, archrival}LILITH1999/11/16
in the pink, in the red {pink, red}MR. TEX1999/12/54
 
False Inverses
verse, inverse {active, inactive}GNASH*2000/02/44
 
False Iterations
ad, read {do, redo}ADOBE1994/08/74
ally, really {do, redo}TYED DOWN*1994/02/42
belly, rebelly {do, redo}CRAX1996/10/06
bozo, rebozo {do, redo}TYED DOWN*1993/12/53
bus, rebus {do, redo}TYED DOWN*1993/12/34
hearse, rehearse {do, redo}MR. TEX2000/03/21
monstrance, remonstrance {do, redo}100 DOWN1996/04/59
Morse, remorse {do, redo}SMAUGIE*1995/04/62
Morse, remorse {do, redo}LUNCH BOY1995/12/52
 
False Knighthoods (Phonetic)
valence, surveillance {Lancelot, Sir Lancelot}ULK1994/04/39
 
False Latinizations
pike, pica {Hekabe, Hecuba}UCAOIMHU1997/01/04
 
False Marx Brothers (Phonetic)
stuck, stucco {grouch, Groucho}53371999/04/32
 
False Masculines
bliss, blister {miss, mister}TYED DOWN*1993/07/63
brew, Hebrew {goat, he-goat}LASHON1998/11/23
le, legroom {bride, bridegroom}UCAOIMHU1996/09/22
 
False Mates
Maya, papaya {ma, papa}PANACHE1997/03/67
Minute Maid, Minuteman {maid, man}TYGER1992/12/42
 
False Military Redesigns (Phonetic)
for, Mark 2:4 {plane, mark two plane(?)}QUIZ1997/03/63
 
False Motherhoods
thematically, mathematically {[], ma}ULLY BYRD*1999/11/62
 
False Multiples
nya, polynya {gene, polygene}DART1997/09/36
Xena, Polyxena {gene, polygene}G NATURAL2001/08/19
 
False Nationality (Phonetic)
shelf, shellfish {Scot, Scottish}VOKS2001/07/18
 
False Negatives
agon, nonagon {sense, nonsense}ULK1993/08/37
dies, undies {do, undo}ULK1993/03/59
gales, Nogales {[], no}PANACHE2001/07/54
Kia, Nokia {[], no}LOKI-52000/12/77
missing, dismissing {like, dislike}TRAZOM1992/04/29
patch, dispatch {like, dislike}POLLY1992/01/71
sing, missing {lead, mislead}TRAZOM1992/04/29
viator, aviator {theist, atheist}ROSEBUD1998/06/69
 
False Negatives (Phonetic)
clothes, disclose {like, dislike}FULDU1996/01/42
myrrh, demur {louse, delouse(?)}MR. TEX1998/12/07
 
False Neighbor
sad, Assad {Syria, Assyria}WRYBOSH2001/08/82
 
False Nicknames
Christian rock, Chris Rock {Christian, Chris}PANACHE2000/09/32
 
False Number Changes
ill, well {I, we}MUNRO1996/08/28
 
False Opposites
analyst, catalyst {anion, cation}SUE++1998/07/26
confession, profession {con, pro}TRAZOM1999/07/43
confit, profit {con, pro}LILITH1998/12/63
congress, progress {con, pro}PANACHE1996/09/71
Constitution, prostitution {con, pro}WRYBOSH1999/05/33
fiance, defiance {louse, delouse(?)}MR. TEX2000/03/78
Frodo, to-do {fro, to}PANACHE1998/08/61
ilk, Welk {ill, well}PANACHE1998/10/19
pullover, pushover {pull, push}PANACHE1995/09/70
Putin, takeout {put in, take out}VEBRILE2001/06/76
sing, missing {lead, mislead}ULLY BYRD*1999/05/32
sister, insister {active, inactive}LILITH2000/02/67
tract, distract {like, dislike}SPELVIN2000/08/cf31
 
False Opposites (Double)
Blackfoot, Whitehead {black, white; foot, head}MERLIN1999/06/60
oldwife, Younghusband {old, young; wife, husband}NIGHTOWL1999/03/19
 
False Opposites (Phonetic)
Freon, Klingon {freestone, clingstone}LOKI-52001/11/67
inocyte, out-of-sight {in, out}TRAZOM2001/06/24
maim, "Auntie Mame" {particle, antiparticle}SANDWICH BOY*1998/04/57
pecan, piquant {can, can't}WABBIT2001/05/61
piggin, pig out {in, out}SIOBHAN1993/08/32
 
False Ordinals (Phonetic)
I love you, Isle of Youth {four, fourth}CRAMU*1996/02/10
 
False Ordinations
tears, rabbit earsMR. TEX1996/07/23
 
False Oxymorons
Noyes {no, yes}XEMU1998/12/10
 
False Parents
rent, parent {[], pa}CAZIQUE1998/08/54
 
False Partners
upon, coupon {star, costar}DART1999/04/66
False Partners (Phonetic)
hog, quahog {star, costar}BEO2000/08/65
 
False Past Participles
ache, yacht {clepe, yclept}UCAOIMHU1996/07/50
 
False Past Participles (Phonetic)
Bice, bison {take, taken}WRYBOSH1999/08/ku01
LLB, L.L. Bean {throw, thrown}PANACHE2000/02/15
throe, throne {throw, thrown}KAPGIE*1993/04/54
 
False Past-Progressive Tenses
sail, wassailing {do, was doing}BTU*1995/12/07
 
False Past Tenses
amp, wasp {am, was}D. NESS2001/07/64
belie, belay {lie, lay}PANACHE1992/08/52
Bork, brought {work, wrought}MR. TEX1998/11/21
dork, drought {work, wrought}DANDR2001/10/71
Dow, dew {throw, threw}BEO1999/05/48
drink, drought {think, thought}TAHNAN2001/08/56
each, aught {teach, taught}RAIN MAN1996/10/56
ISP, wasp {is, was}G NATURAL1999/01/46
jive, Jove {dive, dove}WINDJAMMER1992/11/34
lame, lamed {love, loved}UCAOIMHU1996/11/75
leak, luck {sneak, snuck}MANGIE2001/05/74
natch, naught {catch, caught}ULK1998/10/54
ow, owed {walk, walked}NEWROW1994/06/13
scree, screed {love, loved}PANACHE1996/07/33
sit-in, satin {sit, sat}MANGIE1995/04/29
sued, sueded {walk, walked}SIBYL1995/09/33
twee, tweed {love, loved}PANACHE1995/02/50
wall, well {fall, fell}UCAOIMHU1995/12/14
weld, welt {send, sent}UCAOIMHU1995/12/14
well, wold {tell, told}UCAOIMHU1995/12/14
wold, weld {hold, held}UCAOIMHU1995/12/14
 
False Past Tenses (Phonetic)
10C, tensaw {see, saw}XEMU1998/10/69
42, fortitude {love, loved}DART2000/04/42
Alamo, a la mode {love, loved}BEO2001/07/72
crew, crude {love, loved}ULK1991/01/78
dam, damned {love, loved}MR. TEX2000/06/44
deaf, deft {like, liked}WABBIT2001/08/48
Gore, gourd {love, loved}TAHNAN2000/11/21
leper, leopard {love, loved}MR. TEX1999/05/62
Saab, sobbed {love, loved}MADRAS*1994/10/09
sea horse, sawhorse {see, saw}ULK1996/11/74
skoal, scold {love, loved}ULK1991/01/51
sleigh, slough {slay, slew}SIBYL1993/03/29
strychnine, strict nine {like, liked}BLA'MANGE*1993/12/50
throe, through {throw, threw}KAPGIE*1993/04/54
weir, weird {love, loved}MR. TEX2000/06/45
yawl, yell {fall, fell}MUNRO1990/07/25
 
False Past Tenses (Welded)
seesaw {see, saw}MERMU*2000/04/15
 
False Patronymics (Phonetic)
oy, McCoy {Donald, MacDonald}AESOP1997/07/01
vey, McVeigh {Donald, MacDonald}AESOP1997/07/01
 
False Present Tenses
use, amusing {like, am liking}NEWROW1994/06/30
use, douse {walk, do walk}NEWROW1994/06/30
 
False Plurals
ant lion, Antlia {phenomenon, phenomena}TREESONG1996/07/44
bed, bedim {cherub, cherubim}ENDGAME1996/03/03
booth, beeth {tooth, teeth}R/ABBIT*1997/02/29
Cameron, camera {phenomenon, phenomena}MR. TEX1996/01/81
Dix, dices {matrix, matrices}G NATURAL2000/10/54
dolman, dolmen {man, men}OMAN*1991/12/28
Elvis, elves {axis, axes}PANACHE1992/06/17
eyrie, aurae {eyrir, aurar}D. NESS2001/06/06
has, here {was, were}UCAOIMHU1996/08/57
inter, interim {cherub, cherubim}OSTRICH1990/09/40
inter, interim {cherub, cherubim}G NATURAL2000/03/33
Ira, Irae {amoeba, amoebae}UCAOIMHU1997/05/66
Leo, lei {graffito, graffiti}PANACHE1993/09/31
like, make {likuta, makuta}AL GEBRA1990/12/49
limbo, mambo {likuta, makuta}EARL E. BYRD2000/08/15
line, emane {lilangeni, emalangeni}TRAZOM1990/12/28
line, mane {likuta, makuta}TRAZOM1990/12/28
lingo, mango {likuta, makuta}CRAX1995/09/41
lox, loges {sphinx, sphinges}MR. TEX1997/04/68
ne, line {sente, lisente}TRAZOM1990/12/28
Oman, omen {man, men}PLAIOLA*1996/12/12
Remus, Remora {corpus, corpora}UCAOIMHU1998/08/31
seething, see things {cat, cats}CUE BOY*1996/03/10
Shamu, shamus {cat, cats}NON SEQUITUR*1998/02/41
spar, Sparta {dogma, dogmata}LUNCH BOY1996/01/63
spouse, spice {mouse, mice}BELLES LETTRES1993/04/24
spouse, spice {mouse, mice}FINGER1996/01/48
tantrum, tantra {podium, podia}TRAZOM1993/12/35
tantrum, tantra {podium, podia}UCAOIMHU1999/06/70
Tatum, ta-ta {podium, podia}PANACHE1993/08/05
these, theses {cat, cats}WRYBOSH1999/12/30
titanium, Titania {podium, podia}CLIO1999/08/47
vex, vices {index, indices}LILITH1999/09/37
war, warren {child, children}G NATURAL2000/03/32
was, wave {has, have}UCAOIMHU1996/08/58
xenon, Xena {phenomenon, phenomena}UCAOIMHU1996/03/37
 
False Plurals (Double)
"Walden", Waldenses {cat, cats; box, boxes}BEO2001/02/48
 
False Plurals (Phonetic)
assert, Certs {a dollar, dollars(?)}PLAIOLA*1993/03/65
Bee Gees, bejesus {box, boxes}PANACHE2000/02/47
cingular, pleural {singular, plural}NEWROW1992/09/75
dais, diocese {box, boxes(?)}JAELTI1994/07/35
iMac, IMAX {cat, cats}PANACHE1999/01/40
sardonic, sardonyx {cat, cats}G NATURAL2000/10/36
Suffolk, suffix {cat, cats}DART1998/06/28
true, trews {dog, dogs}ULK1997/03/25
wanting, tootings {one dollar, two dollars(?)}ARBUTUS1992/12/17
worsen, wheeple {person, people}OSTRICH1992/08/18
 
False Precursors
cursor, precursor {game, pregame}G NATURAL2001/01/65
 
False Predecessors
lope, antelope {date, antedate}MARK DOWN*1994/02/27
 
False Predecessors (Phonetic)
caliber, Excalibur {wife, ex-wife}AXIFROSH*2000/02/14
sous-chef, sushi {f, e}G2ZNII2000/10/66
static, ecstatic {wife, ex-wife}TYGER1999/02/11
zoom, presume {game, pregame}ULK1994/04/27
 
False Prototypes
sine, ursine {text, ur-text}UCAOIMHU1997/03/10
 
False Reductions
crate, hypocrite {chlorate, hypochlorite}VEBRILE2000/07/ku02
oxymoron, moron {oxybenzene, benzene}BOSH IT ALL*2000/04/32
 
False Resemblance
polar, Polaroid {fact, factoid}SANIT2001/09/cf11
 
False Ripsteins
comic, encomic {[], En}CRAX1998/04/59
 
False Sex-Changes
Basel, baseless {poet, poetess}ULKER*1998/02/26
brides, Hebrides {goat, he-goat}ULTERGOD*1995/09/58
Durer, duress {caterer, cateress}ULKER*1998/02/25
groveler, groveless {caterer, cateress}WINDJAMMER1990/04/64
manhandle, panhandle {Manache, Panache}KEACHE*1997/08/15
under, undress {waiter, waitress}WINDJAMMER1994/02/41
Xmas, Ymas {XX, XY}TRAZOM1995/12/04
 
False Sex-Changes (Phonetic)
bullring, cowering {bull, cow}ULK1996/03/61
 
False Siblings (Phonetic)
courage, brokerage {[], bro}EARL E. BYRD1999/08/20
 
False Solomon's Seals
deletion, hexagram deletion {[], hexagram}UCAOIMHU1999/04/05
 
False Sons
arena, macarena {Donald, MacDonald}BTNIRN1996/11/06
 
False Spouses
dada, MoMA {dad, mom}XEMU1998/01/78
 
False Studies
taut, tautology {Egypt, Egyptology}TAHNAN2000/06/74
 
False Substitutes
ax, agent {rex, regent}UCAOIMHU1999/02/44
Cox, cogent {rex, regent}UCAOIMHU1999/02/43
 
False Superlatives
conge, congest {nice, nicest}PANACHE1995/02/60
dig, digest {old, oldest}LILITH1999/01/13
ever, Everest {old, oldest}BARTOK1998/06/16
Gab-F, gabfest {old, oldest}PANACHE1995/12/18
temp, tempest {old, oldest}AL DESUDA1997/05/57
 
False Superlatives (Phonetic)
off, officed {old, oldest}PANACHE1994/03/39
on, honest {old, oldest}PANACHE1993/10/43
 
False Synonyms
shock, spawn {hock, pawn}LUNCH BOY1998/04/25
 
False Synonyms (Phonetic)
recite, revision {sight, vision}WRYBOSH2000/08/19
 
False Taffy And Pole
res, apres-skiTRAZOM2001/10/19
 
False Teeth
in, indentures {[], dentures}XEMU1998/04/45
 
False Thousandth
billiard, billion {milliard, million}G2ZNII2001/07/33
card, con {milliard, million}G2ZNII2001/07/34
 
False Tongue
Garand, garish {Poland, Polish}XEMU2001/10/52
trance, trench {France, French}HAUT NATUREL*2001/10/51
vain, vanish {Spain, Spanish}G2ZNII2001/07/22
 
False Treblings
China, trichina {state, tri-state}ULMU*1994/12/16
"M:I-2", MI-6 {2, 6}G NATURAL2000/06/69
 
False Updates (Phonetic)
Rho, Newrow {math, new math}PANACHE1994/09/49
 
False User
oy, oyster {game, gamester}VOKS2001/07/17
shy, shyster {game, gamester}VOKS2001/07/17
 
False Vampires
ermine, countermine {Dracula, Count Dracula}QUIZ1999/05/52
 
False Verbs
alif, alive {half, halve}UCAOIMHU1998/11/58
 
False Vocative
chorus, chore {Brutus, Brute}UCAOIMHU2001/07/36
 
False Years
wane, vantage {wine, vintage}UCAOIMHU1999/05/23
 
German Sausages
cabin, Dr. Seuss, flea, duster; business card, self-assured, defaulters, distrurbanceXEIPHU*1999/03/68
free, Iceland, tonic; Ile-de-France, coincidental, refectionXEIPON1998/06/18
 
Grammerspoons
drug on the market, mark on the druggetTREESONG1983/05/02
"Meet The Press", press the meatANEMONE1984/11/27
 
Grannerspooms
baggy dog, doggie bagPANACHE1986/09/77
catnip, knit capULK1983/03/86
cockamamy, make a CommieEOS1982/08/41
Coke over the rails, rake over the coalsELF1985/03/75
 
Groomerspans
dank slum, slam dunkTREESONG1983/08/52
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts
amulet, muletaHAP1979/09/48
amulet, muletaNEWROW1987/12/60
amulet, muletaIXAXAR1997/10/68
Aquino, quinoaALF1987/03/56
as of, sofaLEAFLET*1995/01/24
aspire, spireaHAP1977/09/44
Avis, VisaDEE SWEET1985/04/17
Avis, VisaDANDR2001/10/cf16
brand, R and BMERLIN1988/06/17
dhurrie, hurriedLUNCH BOY1996/05/51
draisine, raisinedHUDU1989/03/34
dry skin, RyskindUNIQORN1980/10/76
Dunkin', unkindALF1985/05/64
echoic, choiceMR. TEX1996/01/25
eels, elseGINGER ELLA1980/02/25
electric, lectriceSAKR-EL-BAHR1974/06/06
esprit, spriteIRISH1979/07/28
estrif, strifeHAP1980/07/37
ether, thereJERG1984/01/65
ethos, thoseNIGHTOWL1977/12/47
gaskin, askingLARRY1987/07/A1
gelatin, elatingIRISH1980/02/60
gelatin, elatingFRAZ1990/03/40
gratin, ratingKAMEL1975/01/65
griffin, riffingNEWROW1985/08/88
griskin, riskingHAP1976/06/01
hank, ankhAMBER1979/11/27
has quit, AsquithHAP1982/10/41
heart, earthJERG1984/12/28
heart, earthFRAZ1990/06/48
height, eighthTYGER2001/09/16
holds out, Old SouthQAQAQ1988/07/24
hug, ughANEMONE1980/12/65
Iran, raniANEMONE1981/08/37
Lear, earlMACHIAVELLI1981/07/47
lease, easelMACHIAVELLI1981/06/68
lethologica, ethologicalMERLIN1986/04/56
[liver, Twisto], Oliver TwistMANGIE1983/11/55
louse, ouselIRISH1980/12/61
Marchais, archaismALF1982/04/09
mite, itemLI'L GAMIN1976/05/56
orotund, rotundoBRILLIG1990/06/78
pram, rampJOKER1991/03/67
prom, rompPAUL & VIRGINIA1978/11/42
rancho, anchorUNIQORGIE*1979/04/35
rancho, anchorULK1999/09/71
range, angerFRAZ1990/06/76
sadder, addersSQUIRTUS*1979/05/17
sangu, AngusMERLIN1974/05/03
sasses, assessNIGHTOWL1975/05/07
scat, catsVAL1979/07/19
sexist, existsDADGIE*1977/04/37
shack, hacksVAL1977/01/12
shade, HadesVAL1978/07/51
shade, HadesBANTERWEIGHT1988/04/22
side A, ideasWINDJAMMER1991/06/12
signore, ignoresSIBYL1986/11/65
sinning, inningsMR. TEX1991/01/73
skeat, KeatsIXAXAR1986/10/61
skis, kissHAP1980/01/08
skylike, kylikesALF1986/10/66
slid, lidsPROBLEM CHILD1977/01/19
slip, lipsPROBLEM CHILD1977/01/19
small, mallsPANACHE1989/04/28
smitten, mittensPAP NDROME1988/08/77
smuggle, mugglesTREESONG1988/10/83
soodle, oodlesWABBIT1999/01/61
striolet, trioletsTREESONG1989/02/29
strumpet, trumpetsVAL1978/02/27
supper, uppersMOUNTAIN MAMA1980/06/49
swindle, windlesNIGHTOWL1979/01/33
swindles, windlessULK1988/06/65
swither, withersULK1987/06/20
tabor, abortJOKER1997/01/40
tangelo, angelotMEO1981/07/05
tangs, angstJERG1985/10/47
TGIF, giftLARRY1976/05/ku01
TGIF, giftHAMMER1999/07/58
tres, restR/EDS1994/10/45
trio, riotPIOLO OPEST1981/02/47
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts (Bigram)
elbow, bowelJERG1986/07/71
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts (Curtailed)
tenace, enactPOLLY1986/02/12
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts (Letter-Changed)
deasil, easily TREESONG1975/12/24
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts (Phonetic)
ciao, ouchCORN COB1989/10/45
dribble, ribaldALF1992/04/41
Ms., ismBEACON1992/08/11
ninja, IndianX NATURAL*2001/08/40
Shar-Pei, A sharpWINDJAMMER1991/04/67
uprush, PrussiaULK1999/06/16
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts (Phonetic, Progressive)
pre-, reap, YpresBTNIRN1999/06/03
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts (Progressive)
stable, tables, ablestQUIP1989/12/02
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts (Reversed)
D Day, dyadLEAFLET*1993/11/54
flatcar, fractalHUDU1990/04/12
legal age, legal ageLUNCH BOY1999/04/74
retinue, reuniteNIGHTOWL1974/01/39
 
Head-To-Tail Shifts (Trigram)
hopheads, head shopCACHE1995/09/72
hot pots, potshotQAQAQ1989/08/38
 
Heart Transplants
bona fide; bode, tush; tuna fishKRAY-Z-Q*1999/07/36
campesino; casino, strut; strumpetCHATTY CAT*2000/04/45
carry away; caraway, germander; gerrymanderX-BOY*1998/06/09
come, simpleton; complete, SimonLUNCH BOY1998/07/27
en prise, Monterey; enterprise, moneyLUNCH BOY1998/12/50
fetlock; flock, foal; foetalSTITCH1986/03/50
financier; fancier, sate; SatineVEBRILE2001/07/59
harpsichord; had, tee; TerpsichoreBEO1999/11/28
notecase; nose, whip; whitecapLUNCH BOY2000/07/12
"Ray Of Light; right, wife; way of lifeHAMMER1999/08/36
 
Heart Transplant (Phonetic)
Bacharach; back, sin; saccharineHEALTH FOOD SANDWICH*2000/07/05
charlotte russe; chartreuse, Paris; perilousGABBY2000/03/20
defalcate; default, owes; okaysTAHNAN2001/06/39
Park Avenue; parvenu, stir; scatterVEBRILE2001/12/79
 
Heteroantonyms
taint, tis {'tain't, 'tis}QAQAQ2000/06/33
 
Heterohomoantonyms
heel, wound {heal, wound}IXAXAR1984/04/77
 
Heterohomosynonyms
deserts, waists {deserts, wastes}IXAXAR1984/03/17
 
Heteronyms
abashed, aba shedMANGIE1981/08/31
abatis, a bat isIXAXAR1993/08/25
abracadabra, [a bra, cad, a bra]SIGMASEXSPRING1972/07/11
abundance, a bun danceMR. TEX2001/06/69
abused, [a bus, Ed]100 DOWN1992/11/28
acedia, acediaIFANDOR1973/07/36
Acheron, [ache, Ron]SIBYL1988/09/32
adamsite, a dam sitePANACHE2000/10/60
addiction, ad dictionMANGIE1987/08/07
adipose, ad I poseANEMONE1980/03/07
adumbrate, a dumb rateMANGIE1980/06/75
Afghanistan, afghan is tanPROBLEM CHILD1974/04/30
a flat, A flatMEO1976/08/44
aftermath, after mathDEE SWEET1980/09/90
[against opera, sons?" (laughter...eyes weep; [again, stop ERA's onslaught ere ye weep]NIGHTOWL1987/09/47
agape, agapeB. NATURAL1972/10/28
agape, agapeULK1986/12/68
aging ham, a ginghamIXAXAR1990/09/34
air on a G-string, "Air On A G String"BARTOK1998/07/71
alabaster, a lab asterEBEAM1985/06/61
alamode, a la modeMEO1979/11/7?
Alaska Zoo, [alas, kazoo]XEMU1996/10/60
Alfa Romeo, Alf a RomeoTWEASER1982/05/05
alkaline, Al KalineOSAPLE1973/09/11
alkaline, Al KalineWRYBOSH1999/03/60
allowed, all owedKAMEL1978/02/64
altercation, alter cationJERG1982/08/71
alternate, [alter, Nate]MANGIE1978/10/22
alternative, alter nativeBODOLPH1982/01/21
altogether, alto get herWINDJAMMER1984/05/82
altogether, Al to get herUNCANNY1990/03/41
a Minorcan tat a, A minor cantata, [a minor can't, at a]NEWROW1982/06/64
amontillado, am on till a doMANGIE1987/08/78
amoral, am oralMR. TEX1998/04/55
amphitheater, amp hit heaterCRAX1994/02/11
amused, am usedBRONWYN1981/11/25
[Andaman Islands cap in Gabon, Saipan, or Amapa], [and a man is landscaping a bonsai panorama, Pa]RASTELLI1998/10/06
andirons, and ironsWITCHWORD1978/03/43
androsterone, and roster oneULLY BYRD*2001/10/13
Anne Hathaway, Anne hath a wayBRUTUS1978/05/05
an otary, a notaryWINDJAMMER1986/02/61
antelope, ant elopeMR. TEX1992/05/70
antipasto, Antipas toHAP1981/10/08
apiarist, a PiaristMANGIE1977/01/44
appropriate, appropriateREYNARD1986/05/20
appropriate, appropriateREYNARD1986/11/40
area, are aBRUTUS1978/11/57
arenose, are noseIXAXAR1993/05/72
Arethusa, are thus aWITCHWORD1979/09/45
"Armageddon", arm aged donMR. TEX1998/08/25
Armand Hammer, Arm And HammerPHIZZ1992/07/81
articulate, articulateMIDURNDIST1976/11/34
Ascot tie, a ScottieJO THE LOOKER*1988/06/59
as even do Zen, a seven dozenNEWROW1981/08/74
"Ash Is For Aegis", [as his fora, e.g., is]UCAOIMHU2001/11/16
asinine, as I nineIXAXAR1981/09/61
aspen tree, asp entreeDOUNX*1985/06/71
asphalt, asp haltMANGIE1977/12/16
aspirates, as piratesMR. TEX1990/08/06
Assad, as sadSANIT2000/07/25
astound one. "Ho! Use work, as to undone houseworkMANGIE1989/03/56
asunder, as underWITCHWORD1978/08/56
[as we dish up salad, airy]; a Swedish (Upsala) dairyNEWROW1983/04/65
as well, a swellENDGAME1998/12/78
at ease, a teaseANEMONE1985/05/11
Athens, at hensG NATURAL2000/12/10
at wit's end, a twit sendUNCANNY1991/10/34
at wit's end, a twit sendMR. TEX2002/01/36
Aughrabies, augh! RabiesQUIZ1997/06/46
august, august, AugustLARRY1973/08/01
autodidact, auto. Did actAL G. BYRD1996/06/41
awing, awingMANGIE1987/08/46
bach, BachULK1986/03/55
badinage, bad in ageHAP1972/12/11
balderdash, balder. DashBEO1998/11/31
bandana, band an AIXAXAR1983/03/14
Bangor Bach event. I rely, ban Gorbachev entirelyNEWROW1988/01/17
Bani Sadr aglow, ban is a drag. LowNEWROW1981/11/78
banjo king, ban jokingJERG1983/06/69
Bardolater, bar do laterIXAXAR1986/08/25
barguests, bar guestsUCAOIMHU1999/01/06
bark, bark, bark100 DOWN1999/08/44
baronet woth reef? Ourthe, bar one? Two? Three? Four? TheNEWROW1999/12/30
base, baseWRYBOSH1999/03/61
batswing, bat swingNIGHTOWL1978/12/29
[beacons, piracy], be a conspiracyMR. TEX1995/12/64
bearable, be arableNIGHTOWL1973/07/13
bearable, be arableIXAXAR1985/10/37
beaten, be a "ten"STITCH1983/05/42
Beaufort Scale, [Beaufort, SC ale]NEWROW1995/05/17
beavery, be a veryVOLAR1978/11/15
becoming, be comingAMIGO1983/04/13
[bed, Eve loped], be developedMANGIE1978/05/69
bedevil, bed evilANEMONE1980/09/22
bedevil, bed evilSTITCH1987/02/52
[bed, evil], be devilWOODSTONE1983/01/18
bedroll, be drollPANACHE1988/02/46
beestings, beestingsAMBER1981/02/61
Begin the Beguine, "Begin The Beguine"XEMU1995/09/85
begone, beg oneSTITCH1987/04/28
behemoth, be he mothFUN1971/12/39
behemoth, be he mothVAL1980/03/15
behemoth, be he mothPANACHE1986/10/71
belaboring, Bela boringBLACKSTONE1987/06/45
bestridden, best riddenIFANDOR1983/12/79
bestride, best rideMIDURNDIST1975/01/10
bethought, Beth oughtUCAOIMHU1998/01/09
between a rock and a hard place, [bet, "Ween a roc, Kandahar DP! Lace]TRAZOM2001/12/22
bigamy, big AmyAREPO1995/02/03
Blackstone, B lacks toneB. NATURAL1975/09/11
bob dole, Bob DoleMR. TEX1996/10/65
bookish otter, book is hotterADOBE1992/01/25
booted, boo TedMOBOT1999/09/64
bradykinin, Brady kin inBTNIRN1996/11/68
bradykinin, Brady kin inHAMMER2000/04/28
brass tacks, [bras, stacks]MANGIE1976/11/23
Brownie, brown (i.e.)SANIT2001/09/cf11
budget ax, [budge, tax]MOP1983/01/44
Buffalo veto--ken, buff a love tokenWINDJAMMER1985/06/77
buffet, buffetPOLLY1990/05/80
buffet, buffetPOLLY1994/03/74
bundle of his, bundle of HisNEWROW1984/01/02
burlesque, BurlesqueCALZONE BOY*1998/02/47
Bushido, [Bush, "I do"]IXAXAR1991/06/57
buttinskis, but tin skisULK1992/03/18
buttons and bows, butt on. Sand bowsLILITH1999/04/22
cadaver, cad averHAP1972/09/19
callus, call usANEMONE1985/06/79
camel ate, came lateXEMU1997/12/63
Campbell's Soup, camp bells so? UpEMBER2001/09/cf21
camptodrome, camp to dromePLANTON1983/10/83
Canadian content, Canadian contentPEBBLES1990/12/57
Canadian thus growl--a vender, can a Dianthus grow lavenderNEWROW1984/07/58
canal ass often, [can, alas, soften], can a lass of tenMR. TEX2000/04/44
canape on, can a peonMANGIE1980/01/70
Canberra, can BerraEMBER2000/03/51
candida bout, candid aboutAESOP1998/10/48
canniness, can nine s'sBLACKSTONE1971/03/11
cans have, can shaveFIDDLE1972/12/33
canso, can soIXAXAR1986/08/57
canso from a number, cans of Roman umberELF1986/03/26
Cantab, can tabALF1984/05/71
Cantab "Domino's" copy, [can't, abdominoscopy]XEMU1997/01/02
capote, CapoteIXAXAR1981/11/82
capsize, cap sizeMEO1982/07/13
carapace, car apaceFIDDLE1974/10/07
caraway, car awayLI'L GAMIN1974/11/25
careless, care lessKAMEL1974/11/39
caribou tragedy am) merely seethe. Reforestation, [Carib, outraged, yammer "Elysee!" "Therefore station]MEKI1996/11/16
carmen, CarmenTRAZOM1989/09/55
caroming, car o' MingLUNCH BOY2000/06/35
carpentry, carp entryMR. TEX1998/07/65
carrot, car rotJERG1983/05/11
castanet, cast a netKAMEL1975/12/27
castanet, cast a netPETE TROLEUM1979/03/23
catatonic, cat a tonicJERG1985/12/81
catatonic, cat a tonicAL GEBRA1990/05/76
catatonic, cat a tonicPLOP*1996/01/47
caveat, cave atFIDDLE1977/04/21
caveat, cave atPOLLY1985/10/15
catalexis, cat AlexisJUNAXAR*1986/06/53
champagnes, [champ, Agnes]MANGIE1980/07/24
chaps, chapsHAP1984/01/76
Charon, char onCALICOH1984/10/27
chatelaine, [chat, Elaine]ENDGAME2000/08/cf14
chela, chelaIXAXAR1990/02/49
chicken soup wards off our, chic Ken. So upwards of fourNEWROW1993/10/36
chiliad, chili adCRAX1993/08/56
chiliad, chili adLUNCH BOY1999/11/18
chronicle Cher's, chronic lechersULK1992/08/51
Clintonia, [Clinton, IA]NEWROW1983/10/09
Clooney, C. looneyMR. TEX2000/09/61
clothes hamper, clothes hamperHAP1976/08/18
clothespins, [clot, he spins]HOT CON*1991/01/09
Colusa, Col. U.S.A.HOT1987/12/46
combined, comb in EdWABBIT2000/04/61
comedo, come doIXAXAR1984/01/66
consummate, consummateTRAZOM1988/12/34
content, contentPAMAPAMA1970/12/28
content, contentPHIZZ1991/05/15
content, contentWABBIT1994/09/36
content, contentWABBIT2000/04/60
contentious, con tent IOUsG NATURAL1999/07/02
contraband, contra bandPANACHE1986/01/26
converse, converseFRIDAY 131983/11/73
converse, Converse, con verseNEWROW2001/10/cf02
cooperate, cooper ate53371998/06/13
copatriot, cop at riotMERLIN1992/06/37
corns now, corn snowNIGHTOWL2000/04/64
Coronado, [corona, do]QUICHE*1991/09/65
cosmos, CosmosHART KING1979/02/49
costar I can, Costa RicanVOLAR1981/06/40
costar I can, Costa RicanMR. TEX1990/05/54
[costar, I can manage], [Costa Rican man, age]LANX1995/11/65
costmary, cost MaryJOKER1989/06/57
covert operations, [cover, tope rations]EARL E. BYRD1998/02/50
crabbed, crabbedIXAXAR1980/12/54
[Crimean War, sad at], crime Anwar SadatMR. TEX1994/08/56
crocuses, croc usesWABBIE*1991/09/16
crossword, cross wordFLORDELIS1977/04/56
cube roots, cube rootsNIGHTOWL1984/01/57
daira, dairaMERLIN1974/02/32
daredevil, dared evilIXAXAR1987/07/29
darning rate, darn ingrateNIGHTOWL1977/09/67
Daytona Beach, day to nab eachNEOPHYTE1977/06/73
Daytona Beach, day to nab eachXELINT2001/01/04
deer, deerLARRY1981/04/35
degas, DegasNIGHTOWL1986/01/36
deliberated, deli be ratedWABBIT1998/01/30
denier, denierNEWROW1985/04/70
determine, deter mineHAP1974/08/12
determine, deter mineWINDJAMMER1987/04/76
determine, deter mineIXAXAR1996/12/62
diesis, [die, sis]QED1994/12/43
digitigrade, digit I gradeABSOLVER1975/12/42
digitigrade, dig it! I gradeNEWROW1983/01/33
dire, direNIGHTOWL1981/03/61
disentwine, Di sent wineTWEASER1982/04/29
disheveled, [dish, Eve led]WABBIE*1991/12/37
dishonorable, [dish on, or able]IXAXAR1980/07/78
dislodge, Di's lodgeBOOKSIE1993/02/11
distressed, dis-tressedMR. TEX1997/07/50
Di's tressed, Di stressedPUNSTER1985/08/46
dither, dit herJERG1986/03/48
djasakid, DJ as a kidALF1985/06/34
does, doesEOS1987/09/23
doeskin glove, does king loveBRUTUS1980/08/16
does Nagano shogun quit main eastern; [doe snag a nosh. Ogunquit, Maine, Astern]AJAX & NEWROW*1989/09/09
dog in the manger, do gin them. AngerMANGIE1987/03/35
domain, do Ma inMANGIE1975/02/18
Dotheboys, do the boysIXAXAR1982/05/43
doth Esau? Disputing injustice, do the Saudis put in gin? Just iceGNU*2000/01/15
Double-O-Seven, double-O's evenPANACHE1991/07/36
dour Bangladeshi designs, do urban glades hide signsNEWROW1984/12/85
douse, do useNIGHTOWL1977/08/42
dousing, do usingWINDJAMMER1992/05/83
dove, doveBRYM1978/05/17
dove, doveFRAZ1988/07/50
dowager, do wagerMR. TEX1990/04/32
dragon, drag onWABBIT1992/06/23
dramamine, drama mineNIGHTOWL1971/09/28
Dudevant age, dude vantageUCAOIMHU1997/11/05
earshot, ear shotFIDDLE1983/04/34
[editorship may be. You'll weary ours, Elf, outdoing], editor's hip. Maybe you'll wear yourself out doingVISITOR1985/08/64
elater, elaterNIGHTOWL1980/03/24
electron, elect RonNEWROW1983/06/76
electronic, [elect Ron, IC]EARL E. BYRD1998/03/28
Electronics Park, electronic sparkNEWROW1988/07/20
email, E-mailTRAZOM1991/02/57
email, E-mailPANACHE1993/11/32
endothecia, end o' the CIANIGHTOWL1987/03/45
entrance, entranceACORN1975/11/43
entrance, entranceBRYM1978/09/77
entrance, entrancePHIZZ1991/08/63
Erato, era toDADGIE*1977/02/31
ergotism, ergotismLARRY1987/10/57
evening out, evening outUNIQORN1980/09/84
Evensong, [even so, NG]JO THE LOITERER2001/05/41
exploit, exploitVAL1978/10/26
extradoses, extra dosesNIGHTOWL1992/02/59
extradoses, extra dosesBLA'MANGE*2001/01/58
fall flat, fall flatWRYBOSH1998/11/07
Farsi lures, far SiluresUCAOIMHU1998/09/65
Father of Lies, fat hero fliesERIC1983/04/77
finest ones, fine stonesPAUL & VIRGINIA1973/05/39
firmament, firm amentUNIQORN1978/08/62
first of all, firs to fallMp1984/03/08
flagrant, [flag, rant]CLOVER1980/12/63
flaw in, Fla. winNON SEQUITUR2000/11/85
[flush, other], [flu shot, her]ALIKER*1997/01/28
foraging, for agingBEACON1993/07/29
forego, for egoLARRY1981/08/87
forellenstein, for Ellen SteinUCAOIMHU1998/03/44
Formalin, formal inJERG1982/12/28
forme, forme, formeNIGHTOWL1986/09/42
forsake, for sakeMANGIE1977/10/17
forte, forteIXAXAR1981/11/65
forties, for tiesDOUBLE-H1980/01/33
founder, founderROSEBUD1999/11/25
four-ball, fourb allULK1986/06/11
freestone, freest oneIXAXAR1982/09/67
friendship, friend's hipSHENANIGAN1983/02/33
friendships, friend's hipsBRUTUS1978/09/70
fungoes, fun goesAMIGO1981/08/09
fungoes, fun goesMICROPOD1988/04/48
gambadoes, gamba doesULK1986/07/46
gambled, gam bledEARL E. BYRD2000/10/38
geez, GeezTREESONG1983/05/26
geez, GeezUCAOIMHU1997/11/36
generation, gene rationPANACHE1991/05/32
[Genesis, kelly in grids], [Gene's is Kelly, Ingrid's], Gene Siskel lying ridsOSTRICH1992/04/19
getatable, get a tableKAMEL1978/07/57
gingersnap, Ginger's napWRYBOSH1999/02/15
[gnat, Ural], G NaturalG NATURAL1998/06/14
[goal, lout], go all outACORN1985/08/50
goby, go byCALICOH1983/10/51
goby, go byELGAR1997/12/65
godsend, God's endFANACRO1983/09/15
Godwin Austen, God! Win a US tenALF1986/08/64
goldurn, gold urnDEACON1990/10/49
Goneril overemote, goner. I love remoteXEMU1995/04/28
goon, go onULK1998/12/30
Gore in, go reinNON SEQUITUR2000/12/64
gosling, go slingIXAXAR1988/07/I11
Gotham, got hamMR. TEX1998/04/23
gout, goutNEWROW1982/04/82
grandam, Grand AmPANACHE1986/07/70
Grantwood, Grant WoodTWEASER1987/07/06
graveness, graven essNIGHTOWL1980/03/54
gravestones, gravest onesAL GEBRA1973/01/16
grimace, grim aceBODOLPH1980/01/48
grouchy, GrouchyULK1997/07/67
Guy Forget, guy forgetSIBYL1992/08/71
handing love, hand in gloveCACHE1995/08/73
handing love-inspired, hand in glove in spiredNEWROW1991/10/06
hashish, has his hWINDJAMMER1989/05/68
Hathor, hath orUCAOIMHU1997/12/59
haven't hated it or stalked it with intent, [Haven that editors talk, edit, within tent]NEWROW1988/12/72
[Haverhill, MA], [have Rh ill, Ma]NEWROW1981/09/56
headdresses, he addressesDOUBLE-H1981/03/53
health each year, heal the achy earNIGHTOWL1976/04/44
heather, heat herMANGIE1977/05/23
Hehe, he-heNIGHTOWL1989/09/37
herbal Pert, Herb AlpertMR. TEX2000/03/63
here, here, HereUCAOIMHU2000/01/41
hereafter, here afterKEEN1983/08/78
Herman, her manSANIT2002/01/25
Herod Antipas to, her OD? AntipastoXEMU1999/05/60
heroin, hero inJERG1991/08/14
hership, her shipDIRTY JACK1989/03/30
hinder, hinderULK1993/11/30
Hippocrates, hippo cratesQ. GAW1988/12/70
Hispanic, his panicBODOLPH1980/10/47
Hispanic, his panicWINDJAMMER1985/10/08
history, his ToryCAL CULUS1976/04/05
Hmong, HMO NGDANDR1998/12/56
honest, honestBTNIRN1996/03/52
hotshot, Hot's hotPANACHE1994/10/63
humane, hum an EWINDJAMMER1984/03/69
huron, huronPROF. PAMPELMUSE1980/08/29
ibid, I bidLILITH2000/09/67
id, I'dLEAFLET*1994/05/27
Idared, I daredNIGHTOWL1987/12/36
idolater, "I do" laterMEO1983/01/11
I'd rather be having a tall, I (drat her!). Behaving at allNEWROW1993/09/07
imagines, imaginesMAELSTROM1997/03/50
impavid, imp avidNEOPHYTE1977/08/48
impregnant, I'm pregnantANEMONE1986/03/80
improper, imp-roperIXAXAR1993/07/10
improper, imp roperCLOVER1981/02/29
impunity, imp unityVEBRILE2000/11/48
inane picaresque entries to our gently, in an epic Ares' queen tries too urgentlyG NATURAL2001/05/24
Inca hoots, in cahootsDOUBLE-H1982/01/45
incandescent, Incan descentHAP1972/06/17
incandescent, Incan descentNEWROW1989/11/65
incandescent, Incan descentEARL E. BYRD2001/12/60
incense, incenseIXAXAR1988/10/21
[India demands a tiny esplanade, but], [in diadem and satin: "Yes, plan a debut]WINDJAMMER1985/02/29
Indo-Aryan, [in "D.O.A.", Ryan]SLIK1995/02/20
Indo-Aryan, [in "D.O.A.", Ryan]G NATURAL1999/04/06
industrial, Indus trialNIGHTOWL1976/05/34
industrials, Indus: trials, [in dust, rials]NEWROW1983/03/43
inferno, infer noBODOLPH1980/03/45
inferno, infer noTWEASER1985/02/60
infuriate, in fur I ateVOLAR1979/05/48
Inge orgiastic? Hispanic king, [in Georgia, Stich is panicking]SLIK1995/06/27
initiate, in it I ateFIDDLE1985/04/31
insect or swarm, in sectors warmSIBYL1985/08/38
integrals, Integra LSSANIT1998/03/57
intermediaries, [inter me, diaries]ULK1988/03/02
intime, in timeIXAXAR1980/05/62
into, in toMANGIE1978/11/36
intoxicant, into xi. Can't, in toxic antNEWROW1988/02/64
inundated, in undated, I nun datedWITCHWORD1980/05/24
invalid, invalidGRAYDOL1974/05/40
invalid, invalidNEOPHYTE1976/10/15
invalid, invalidPHIZZ1991/08/75
invalidate, invalid ateJERG1986/11/67
iodine, Io dineBODOLPH1978/11/12
Islam, I slamFIDDLE1984/02/25
Islam, I slamTWEASER1985/12/67
island, IslandTREESONG1972/05/27
islander, I slanderVAL1976/07/09
isolate, I so lateMR. TEX1990/09/63
issue, is SueMOUNTAIN MAMA1978/12/48
issued, is suedIXAXAR1987/10/28
Italo Calvino, it a local vinoBEACON1994/09/09
it rained for days on, [I trained Ford--ay, son]WINDJAMMER1986/06/37
ivied, I viedKAMEL1975/10/11
jacana, jacanaMERLIN1974/12/37
jackasseries, jack as seriesULK1994/10/35
jackstraw, Jack StrawEMBER2000/05/68
job resumes, Job resumesNIGHTOWL1973/04/29
jus, jus, JusNEWROW1984/11/59
justify our unlike, just if you run likeULK1989/10/49
ketchup, ketch upBRUTUS1980/01/66
key West Bank, Key West bankWRYBOSH1998/12/26
kindred, kind redHAP1974/10/47
kinesis, [kine, Sis]MERLIN1978/09/74
Kleenex tissue, Klee next issueRASTELLI2001/09/cf04
Kleenex tissues, Klee next issuesTRAZOM1994/02/04
knottier, knot tierMERLIN1970/12/16
Kofi Annan extending, [KO Fianna next; ending]CACHE1997/05/32
kudos, KU-dosSHRDLU1994/04/ku02
[labelled Ames. "An S, Merc", I], "La Belle Dame Sans Merci"TRAZOM1995/06/01
laboratory, [Labor, a Tory]EOS1987/01/47
[ladle, toiled, unordered. Ay, send], lad: "L'etoile du nord!" ere day's endNEWROW1986/11/86
lambda mage, lamb damageNEWROW1987/11/68
lamer, "La Mer"TRAZOM1995/03/36
lateral, [later, Al]MANGIE1978/10/22
laterally, late rallyPANACHE1990/12/25
laterigrade, later I gradeIXAXAR1997/03/34
laterigrade, [later, I grade]KAMEL1980/08/12
lather, latherA. CHEM1970/12/01
lather, latherNIGHTOWL1985/05/83
laugh, L.A. (ugh!)ERIC1984/01/80
legend, leg endIXAXAR1982/08/55
legislate, leg is lateUNCANNY1990/07/01
leonine, Leo nineSIGMASEXSPRING1973/05/30
lethal, let HalBRUTUS1977/10/52
lie, LIEQUEEN G*1998/12/20
lighthouse keeper, light housekeeperR/EDS1998/09/cf03
lighthouse keeping, light housekeepingNEWROW1981/11/24
limber, limberNIGHTOWL1987/09/28
lineage, lineageMANGIE1983/02/70
lining, Li NingELF1984/10/10
litany, lit anyFIDDLE1986/02/08
"Local Hero", lo-cal heroALF1985/08/29
"Local Hero", lo-cal heroLUNCH BOY1998/11/63
Longyearbyen, ["Long Year", by En]ENDGAME2000/07/31
loom, L.O.O.M.WINDJAMMER1986/10/10
lordship, lord's hipMACHIAVELLI1982/01/23
lotus-eater race, lot use a terraceCRAX1994/12/56
loves Tories, love storiesDEE SWEET1980/02/06
luger, LugerSPHINX1985/10/54
luger, LugerTRAZOM1994/04/08
lunged, lungedLARRY1979/02/19
lunged, lungedIXAXAR1996/02/04
lunged, lungedHAPOWL*1998/11/47
Maalox, ma a loxMANGIE2001/10/cf12
macarena, Mac arenaTREESONG1996/11/72
Madagascan, [mad, a gas can]FANACRO1979/03/33
Madagascar, [mad, a gas car]SYLPH1972/05/17
Madeira, made IraSTITCH1986/11/55
Madeira, made IraJOKER1990/11/05
main, Ma inIFANDOR1988/06/68
maleate, male ateNIGHTOWL1978/09/62
malediction, male dictionOEDIPUS, JR.1975/03/46
malefactor, male factorPHIZZ1990/04/75
Malemute, male muteMIDURNDIST1972/02/17
managing, man agingJERG1984/10/32
mancando, man can doNIGHTOWL1982/10/32
mancando, man can doWABBIT1997/06/07
manes, ManesSPHINX1985/04/15
manicure, man I cureVOLAR1978/03/26
manicure, man I cureMR. TEX1999/01/58
manslaughter, man's laughterMERLIN1973/07/52
manslaughter, man's laughterPASSERINA1988/09/72
manslaughter, man's laughterWABBIT2000/12/23
Manx: emu, man XemuCRAX1994/05/47
Martinizing, martini zingT MCAY2001/09/cf19
"M*A*S*H" on E!, Ma shoneWRYBOSH1999/04/67
massacre, mass/acreTREESONG1972/09/06
massacred, Ma's sacredNIGHTOWL1978/05/10
massage, mass ageIXAXAR1992/04/53
masthead, Ma's the adPANACHE2002/01/31
mastiff, ma's tiffJOKER1990/05/07
mayhem, may hemBRUTUS1978/12/57
meacock, me a cockFARO1974/03/02
measure, me a sureHAP1973/03/14
measure, me a sureIXAXAR1982/10/07
medicine? Phew, Medici nephewHAP1978/02/52
Melifer, me liferG NATURAL1999/09/61
melt or meatball, Mel Torme at ballLANX1995/12/42
mendacity, mend a cityHAP1972/10/15
mendacity, mend a cityDEE SWEET1981/08/20
mendicant, mend I can'tDEE SWEET1980/05/59
mendicant, mend? I can'tWABBIT1997/12/44
menswear, men swearKNOTSMITH1982/01/63
mentally, men tallyAESOP1995/12/31
meringue, meringueFIDDLE1977/05/43
[Merlin, Fieldstone, Strip, Meo, Wim, The Poo, Red Rover], [Merl, infield stones trip me, ow! I'm the poor ed, Rover]ULK1985/06/01
metaphony, met a phonyULK1997/04/14
metaphysical, met a physicalHAP1975/08/47
metaphysics, met a physicsHAP1979/02/56
methadone, met had oneJERG1987/05/46
methadone, met had oneNEWROW1988/10/52
methadone, met had oneCRAX1993/11/64
methane, [me, thane]JERG1983/02/64
meuse, me useIFANDOR1981/09/09
micrometer, micrometerNIGHTOWL1977/07/43
Midas, mid-asUCAOIMHU1998/04/56
middle-class, [middle C, lass]AL GELK*1994/10/22
milestone, Miles' tonePHIZZ1991/11/67
mimicry, Mimi cryNIGHTOWL1977/05/49
mingled, Ming ledDEE SWEET1980/07/20
minueting, minuet in GMANGIE1975/09/33
minutely, minutelyFRAKER*1988/11/68
Moabite, moa biteMAELSTROM1995/06/59
moderato, mod era toULK1985/03/09
molasses, MO lassesULK1992/07/60
mommet, Mom metJERG1982/11/15
moon ice, [moo, "Nice]UCAOIMHU1997/02/01
moped, mopedNEOPHYTE1977/02/15
moped, mopedKAMEL1980/09/53
moped, mopedMp1984/10/76
moped, mopedEVITA1991/08/94
moped, mopedANDREAS1994/07/20
moped, mopedIXAXAR1998/04/33
mores, moresIXAXAR1996/08/49
mounts the lens, Mount St. HelensNEWROW1987/12/05
mowed, mowedLARRY1983/02/19
multiply, multiply, multi-plyNIGHTOWL1975/07/44
mustache, must acheLI'L GAMIN1974/06/47
mustache, must acheCORN COB1986/04/18
mustache, must acheJAELTI1986/12/63
mykiss, my kissSENOR1981/11/13
mykiss, my kissNIGHTOWL1981/11/60
Mymensingh in diversions, my men sing Hindi versionsXEIMHU*2000/03/45
nether, net herBRUTUS1981/01/69
Newcastle-on-Tyne, new cast: LeontyneBEAGLE1992/01/32
newsprint, new sprintPROF. PAMPELMUSE1981/03/59
newt axes, new taxesNEWROW1989/05/47
Newt axes, new taxesCRAX1995/03/31
nice, NicePROBLEM CHILD1976/09/23
nightingale, night in galeIXAXAR1988/07/I01
Nogales capes, no gal escapesG NATURAL2000/01/52
noli me tangere, no lime Tang ereNEWROW1981/12/61
"no man is an island", [no, Man is an island]KEA1994/09/55
[nominal, I quip, Papa], [nom in Aliquippa, Pa.]WINDJAMMER1985/07/17
nom--one your, no money? OurXEIPON1995/06/13
no newt axes, no new taxesNON SEQUITUR1992/08/40
nononerous, [no, no, Nero! Us]ULK1991/10/72
northeaster, nor the asterWINDJAMMER1989/03/80
notable, no tableBRUTUS1978/05/54
notable, not ableVAL1976/04/12
notify our Eastern, not if you're asternWINDJAMMER1992/01/58
[not I, midwife toad. And you, tracing], no timid wife to a dandy." OutracingNEWROW1990/05/63
not on a bet, No to nab E.T.DOUBLE-H1984/12/26
number, numberNIGHTOWL1981/04/78
nutmeg, [nut, Meg]FANACRO1979/01/58
oafish, [o, a fish]ANEMONE1982/10/66
odd, OD'dOSTRICH1991/05/34
Oedipus has ideas--thoughts, O.E.D I push aside." (As though T'sQAQAQ1988/07/37
offer, off 'erBRONWYN1979/05/53
oftentimes, of ten timesACORN1974/05/11
Omani center, [O manic, enter]NEWROW1983/09/87
O'Neill, one illDOUBLE-H1979/10/43
onus, on usDADGIE*1977/09/07
onus, on usAPRONE*1984/06/33
onyxis, onyx isKAMEL1976/09/05
oomph, OO MPHMONA LISA1979/12/12
orbiting, or bitingNIGHTOWL1979/02/82
ordeal, or dealL'ALLEGRO1979/02/08
Ordovices, or do vicesUCAOIMHU1998/09/66
organistrum, [organist, rum]ULK1986/08/39
orpiment orange, or pimento rangeNEWROW1993/08/15
Osama bin Laden, O Sam! A bin ladenKRAY2001/12/59
Othello, O.T. "hello"TREESONG1986/10/12
outsulk, [outs, Ulk]ULK1992/03/68
overage, overagePQOGO-PHQRED1989/04/42
overage, overageIXAXAR1996/01/50
overage, overageEMBER1998/07/44
overtire, overt ireHAP1973/11/29
overtones, overt onesIXAXAR1984/06/42
overtrump, overt rumpCRAX1994/01/34
overturn, overt urnIXAXAR1994/02/17
packages tore, package storeNEWROW1986/08/79
palatable, pal a tableNIGHTOWL1973/01/33
palate, pal ateNIGHTOWL1973/01/35
palaver, pal averNIGHTOWL1973/01/36
paletot, pale totKAMEL1977/12/21
paletot, pale totWABBIT1991/04/57
palmary, [pal, Mary]NIGHTOWL1973/01/32
palmetto, pal met toNIGHTOWL1973/01/34
palsgrave, pal's graveFLORDELIS1979/05/29
palsy, palsyTREESONG1979/08/65
palsy, palsyWABBIT1999/01/29
paltry, pal tryNIGHTOWL1973/01/37
panache, panache, pan acheTREESONG1975/05/20
pang, pangWINDRIFT1981/07/49
Paris, par isPATIENCE1992/01/59
park office, park off iceHOT1986/10/05
Parthenon, [par, then on]G NATURAL2000/12/11
partisan, part is anBRUTUS1980/06/59
passe-partout, passe part outMERLIN1980/12/36
passim, [pass; I'm]DADGIE*1977/04/53
passport, Pa's sportKEEN1983/11/70
password, Pa's swordNIGHTOWL1972/02/40
pastel, pastelMIS-KNO-MER1971/03/08
pasty, pastyNIGHTOWL1983/10/81
pate, pate, pate, pateNIGHTOWL1979/02/47
pathetic, Pa the ticWABBIE*2000/03/65
paused, pa usedB. NATURAL1971/09/16
pay so, pesoDOUBLE-H1981/08/40
peelgarlic, peel garlicSIGMASEXSPRING1972/10/26
peerless, peer lessJERG1983/09/07
penchant, pen chantMANGIE1986/04/59
penny an, Penn YanMANGIE1976/06/16
penny earned, Penn yearnedNIGHTOWL1975/11/24
periodic, periodicNIGHTOWL1973/06/15
periodic, periodicIXAXAR1980/06/72
periodic, periodicALF1986/12/71
periscope, peris copeNIGHTOWL1984/06/05
Perca pita, per capitaNEWROW1991/11/80
permissive, per missiveSTITCH1986/03/29
perpetrator, per pet rat orNIGHTOWL1977/10/28
persecute, [per se, cute]MR. TEX2001/06/48
personals over if your, person--also verify ourULK1990/12/47
pertinacity, pert in a cityIXAXAR1982/04/13
perverse, per verseKRAY1999/01/45
pH, PHWRYBOSH1999/03/62
Philharmonic a, [Phil, harmonica]JOKER1990/06/31
phoneme, phone meTREESONG1974/12/57
phoneme, phone meEOS1983/06/59
phoneme, phone meIXAXAR1986/12/58
phoneme, phone meMR. TEX1993/09/60
phoneme, phone meMOBOT1999/05/42
phoneme, phone meG2ZNII2000/10/56
pigskin, pig's kinKAMEL1975/06/05
pique, piqueNIGHTOWL1979/05/26
placebo, [place, Bo]CALICOH1983/09/23
plaintext ending, plaint extendingULLY BYRD*1999/05/32
platforms, plat for Ms.TREESONG1983/09/83
platy, platyIXAXAR1985/06/69
playa dust, play adustCRAX2000/10/32
plied, [plie, D]LUNCH BOY1996/04/51
plumb randy, plum brandyTREESONG1975/04/30
plumpen tax, plum PentaxSTORYTELLER1997/06/42
Po, PoPRO-NATURAL*1999/07/34
poison, Po is onIXAXAR1981/10/32
poison, [poi, son]FANACRO1974/04/52
pollen counts, poll. En countsJO THE LOITERER1988/09/30
pops a whiskey, Pop saw his keyNIGHTOWL1978/03/19
[Poseidon, ta. Ides], [pose, I don't, Aides]UCAOIMHU1999/03/49
positron, posit RonNEWROW1983/06/75
pourpoint, pour pointNIGHTOWL1975/10/32
precis, PrecisPHIZZ1988/10/17
primer, primerELSPETH1981/09/65
probang, pro-bangULK1998/05/12
probeagle, probeagleMERLIN1976/10/08
proliferate, pro-lifer ateUNIQORN1980/05/30
proliferate, pro-life rateCAZIQUE1999/03/41
pronunciamento, pro-nun CIA men toMANGIE1992/10/10
pro Renata, pro re nataLUNCH BOY1999/01/34
prosodies, proso diesUCAOIMHU1997/07/52
prototype, [pro, to type]QUIP1981/02/42
putting, puttingNIGHTOWL1978/12/51
quiches, quichesTREESONG1983/02/15
radiotherapist, [radio, the rapist]VOLAR1982/06/41
ragout, rag outWINDJAMMER1984/02/35
rainier, RainierVISITOR1988/09/75
raising rain, raisin/grainPDP2002/01/41
ranger over, Range RoverMR. TEX2001/09/67
ransom every, ran some veryMANGIE1976/09/43
rates lower, rate slowerUNIQORN1979/05/07
Rather-Bush, rather bushPHIZZ1988/04/59
rattattoo, rat TattooHOT1989/04/30
ravish Ankara's--I tar, [Ravi Shankar, a sitar]XEMU1996/11/28
really, re-allySAKR-EL-BAHR1979/06/70
realtors, real torsFANACRO1974/01/32
reappraise, reap praiseOSTRICH1991/04/60
rebel fast, re BelfastMOP1981/06/73
redactor, Red actorMANGIE1976/10/44
redial, redialULK1997/02/28
redone, red oneRABBIT1977/03/48
redraft, red raftMANGIE1989/01/78
refuse, refuseIFANDOR1988/02/35
reinforcement, rein for cementMR. TEX1995/05/34
[renew intern at Iona (listed, itself, in)], [Rene, winter nationalist edits elfin], [re "New International", is Ted its elf in]NEWROW1984/10/38
repent, repentTREESONG1980/04/53
reprise, reprisePROBLEM CHILD1973/10/30
resent, resentEMBER1999/02/26
resign, re-signAPRINOR*1980/04/29
resign, re-signMR. TEX2000/04/11
resisters, re sistersREYNARD1987/06/23
resolve, resolveATLANTIC1993/02/16
restrain, restrainHAP1976/11/16
resume, resumeNEOPHYTE1976/07/49
resume, resumeBOOKWORM1988/04/18
resumes, resumesDEE SWEET1988/04/51
Ringo, ring OAREPO1995/02/41
rocket, rock E.T.FRIDAY 131983/09/70
Rodin, rod inPHIZZ1989/07/52
ronyon, [Ron, yon]JOKER1990/06/30
Rotherham, rot her hamMICROPOD1987/12/32
router, routerULK1984/11/13
royalties, royal tiesBRUTUS1982/02/42
rubbing, rub BingBRUTUS1980/10/55
rugged, ruggedHAP1976/07/69
rumswizzle, rum swizzleKAMEL1978/09/43
Rushdie, Rush dieMANGIE*1994/04/24
rustred, rust-redQED1996/07/34
rustred, rust redIXAXAR1987/07/25
sake, sakeFRAZ1987/11/12
saucier, saucierHAP1977/05/09
says "phoebe", Say's phoebeNEWROW1993/03/31
scabbard, scab bardBLAMMESK1993/11/65
scarcity, scar cityKAMEL1982/02/11
seat angle, sea tangleQAQAQ1991/12/04
seat angle, sea tangleLUNCH BOY1998/03/02
seek night, [see, knight]JERG1983/12/31
seepage, see pageHAP1977/07/63
seepage, see pageSPHINX1986/12/17
seepage, see pageWINDJAMMER1989/06/40
seventy-seven, seventy's evenATLANTIC1991/01/64
severer, severerSAKR-EL-BAHR1978/08/23
sewer, sewerBRUTUS1980/04/61
shabby, [sh, Abby]NIGHTOWL1976/07/27
shebeen, she beenJOKER1991/08/57
Sheraton Hotel even, she rat on Hot elevenCRAX1995/06/34
sheriff, she riffLARRY1975/03/31
shook, S-hookDART1995/09/49
shower, showerIXAXAR1982/11/19
sight-read, sigh?" "TreadPAP NDROME1987/09/25
significant, sign if I can'tACORN1973/12/36
significant, sign if I can'tANEMONE1984/01/16
signora, sign or aCLOVER1980/10/34
sincere public anger. Many, since republican GermanyNEWROW1984/05/43
singer, singerMR. TEX2000/04/11
singleton, singlet onPANACHE2001/02/80
skied, skiedMANGIE1982/06/50
skip "ole!", ski poleXEMU1995/10/31
soaking. Oft hail and mist rusted, so a king of Thailand mistrustedNEWROW1985/02/67
soap opera, so a pop eraNEWROW1990/04/06
sodomy, so do myMANGIE1982/03/44
[sofa, intravenously], [so faint, ravenously]MR. TEX1999/01/05
[sofa, Rasputin], so far as PutinMR. TEX2001/12/13
soiled, so I ledSYLPH1971/12/12
someday start a bard's, some daystar tabardsEDMUND/SORREL**2001/11/37
somewhere, so mew hereWINDJAMMER1983/12/89
Sony, so NYARTISTRY2001/10/cf09
soother, so otherMANGIE1978/10/37
soroban, so rob anIXAXAR1984/09/72
souffle, souffleMERLIN1972/04/35
soul-kissing in Gallup, so Ulk is singing all upCACHE1996/03/01
soused, so usedWINDJAMMER1984/12/71
sousing, so usingBRUTUS1978/12/07
[South Bend, Indiana], South bend in DianaSTILICHO1975/10/47
Soviet names. Emissaries, so Vietnamese miss AriesNEWROW1983/12/04
sow hat, so whatWABBIT2001/02/83
spaceman, space manBRILLCON*1993/07/46
spare sort, spa (resort)SANIT1993/05/65
spare tire, [spa, retire]JAELTI1993/07/18
[spung, lass], spun glassWINDJAMMER1986/06/61
Stabat Mater, stab at materPANACHE1991/06/88
stalagmite, stalag miteMR. TEX1999/06/40
[standing room only, all-purpose Urdu, buffet], stand-in groom on: "Lyallpur poseur! DubuffetXEKI*1996/03/36
standstill, stands tillMIDURNDIST1971/11/12
Starkey, star keyAREPO1995/02/40
starting lineup, starting line. UpNEWROW1983/09/27
start out, star toutDEE SWEET1981/01/26
stealth E-mail mentor, [steal them, ailment or]EARL E. BYRD2000/06/10
stealthy, steal thyBRUTUS1982/04/35
stepstone, steps to NEPLANTON1984/01/64
stingy, stingyJERG1985/01/34
STP--a trick, St. PatrickWINDJAMMER1987/03/42
strombite, Strom biteSPROUT2000/09/09
subdue, sub dueVAL1978/12/69
sundry, sun-dryFFA*1989/02/28
sundry, sun-dryENDGAME1997/08/13
superb owl, Super BowlMERLIN1974/10/23
superb owl, Super BowlNEWROW1984/01/72
superb owl, Super BowlXEMU1994/01/58
superseder, super sederMANGIE1990/04/03
supine, supineNIGHTOWL1979/04/51
supply is limited, [supply, is limited]NEWROW1984/08/56
surgeon, surge onDOUBLE-H1981/01/12
syringes, syringesJO THE LOITERER1990/11/59
taconite, taco niteMUSIC MAN1999/12/41
tales, talesSPHINX1984/07/49
tales, talesIXAXAR1987/10/23
tamarisk, [tam, a risk]FANACRO1978/11/63
tangier, TangierJAZ*1989/02/22
Tantalus, tan talusNEWROW1983/03/88
taoiseach, tao is eachHAP1982/12/62
tarbush, tar BushG NATURAL1999/11/15
taxi, tax IIXAXAR1988/04/43
taxis, taxisNIGHTOWL1983/08/49
tear, tear1441981/11/89
tearing, tearing, tea ringNIGHTOWL1980/12/85
tears, tearsFRAZ1988/05/30
teaser--vice, tea serviceBRONWYN1981/10/64
temperamentally, Tempe ramen tallyBAIT*1998/11/05
temps, tempsANDREAS1994/10/48
Tenthredo, tenth redoULK1988/04/28
tent of our host. Ages, [ten to four, hostages]NEWROW1982/02/49
Thais, Thais, ThaisNIGHTOWL1983/08/89
thanatopsis, than a top's isIXAXAR1997/08/51
Thatcher, that CherMANGIE1990/11/20
thearchies, The ArchiesLUNCH BOY1997/01/09
the ginkgoes, The Gink goesNIGHTOWL1972/03/22
theirs, the I.R.S.SPHINX1984/04/52
them all, the mallDEE SWEET1987/06/62
them all, the mallJASMINE1997/06/20
[them err, "I am webster"], the Merriam-WebsterHUDU1987/04/34
[then, E.T.], "The Net"BTNIRN1995/09/15
theorbo, the or bo100 DOWN1999/01/23
therapist, the rapistMERLIN1976/12/18
therapist, the rapistVAL1979/12/68
therapist, the rapistBAMBAM1983/02/47
[there, Althing], the real thingTREESONG1986/06/44
thesaurus, the -saurusSIGMASEXSPRING1975/09/53
these archers, "The Searchers"SANIT1991/05/37
thingumbob rough to name. Red is hot here at Erie's, thin gumbo brought on a mere dish--other eateriesQAQAQ1992/08/09
thingummy, [thin, gummy]G NATURAL2000/04/48
thinking, thin kingFARO1974/05/18
thinking, thin kingWINDJAMMER1989/02/73
Thisbe, this beXEMU1998/07/06
thou, thouTREESONG1982/10/09
tigerwoods, Tiger WoodsNIGHTOWL1997/06/04
titling, titlingBLACKSTONE1972/03/24
[toe there, Al], to etherealFEARLESS1999/01/20
togas, to gasLARRY1986/03/23
Togo, to goNIGHTOWL1979/06/04
tomorrow, [Tom, or row]DOUBLE-H1981/02/22
[tone war, knew ark], [to "Newark, Newark"]UCAOIMHU2001/07/01
topoi, to poiUCAOIMHU1995/05/25
toreador, to read orMEO1980/04/69
toreador, to read orXEMU1998/02/20
tour, to UrNIGHTOWL1979/06/05
toward, to WardBARTOK1997/12/56
tow it, to witMANGIE1976/04/69
tow it, to witDART1995/09/88
Treesong hats, trees on ghatsSIBYL1988/01/57
trichotomist, trichotomistTREESONG1979/12/54
triggerman, trig GermanWINDJAMMER1990/07/39
triplane, trip laneEMBER2001/09/72
Tryon, try onJOKER1987/10/13
tuberose, tuberoseIXAXAR1986/04/52
tunesmith, [tu, Nesmith]LUNCH BOY1997/11/51
unclean daunt, uncle and auntA. CHEM1973/02/20
[unclear; Thursday Bedford is], Uncle Arthur's daybed for Di'sNIGHTOWL1988/05/02
unh-unh, un-hunhELF1985/05/59
unh-unh, un-hunhXEMU1998/05/15
unionized, unionizedNEWROW1988/09/48
unionized, un-ionizedNIGHTOWL1979/03/14
useless, use lessMANGIE1977/08/19
usucapt, usu cap TALF1984/02/67
Utah agency bill, [Uta Hagen, Cybill]MR. TEX2001/08/43
vamoose, VA MooseULK1993/04/29
[vanjohn, son], Van JohnsonTHEM*1987/01/03
Voltairish, Volta IrishUCAOIMHU1998/03/33
wantonly, want onlyMEO1984/02/41
wantwit, wan twitPROF. PAMPELMUSE1980/12/25
warps, war. PSWINDJAMMER1989/08/47
washer, was herNIGHTOWL1976/08/43
wassailing, was sailingNIGHTOWL1971/08/04
WC handy, W.C. HandyNIGHTOWL1997/05/09
we Arkansas, wear KansasWRYBOSH1998/09/73
weeknights, wee knightsCRATAEGUS1988/02/13
weren't, we rentSALLY1989/10/56
wherewithal, -where with AlVAL1981/02/51
whole-tone scale be amenable, who let one scale beam enableNEWROW1985/07/14
ess MUNRO1994/11/51
whore sent, who resentMANGIE1979/12/43
wicked, wickedBRUTUS1984/08/17
Wimbledon, Wim bled onMANGIE1989/10/04
wind is gusting, win disgustingMANGIE1978/12/20
wind is gusting, win disgustingJUNCTION1997/12/25
worsted, worstedHAP1983/01/56
worthless, worth lessHAP1988/06/54
[Yakima, Washington guest ranch escapes], [yak--I'm a-washing tongues (tranches, capes)]NEWROW2000/08/11
yellow, [yell, "Ow!"]FRIDAY 131983/06/15
Yemen, ye menPETE TROLEUM1978/10/40
yeti, yet IREYNARD1986/04/05
 
Heteronyms (Group)
gimel, he, nun, shin {gimel, he, nun, shin}XEIMHU*1997/12/09
 
Heteronyms (Partially-Reversed)
get her wet, wethertegULK1986/11/12
 
Heteronyms (Reversed)
Aesop, pose aAESOP1999/02/33
"aha!" may, YamahaSIDHE2001/09/cf10
[air, "ET cabs" ram], Mars bacteriaUCAOIMHU1996/09/01
amaryllis, [silly ram, a]WABBIT1992/11/37
[a must, as], satsumaULK1990/05/75
ananym, my nanaXEMU1997/12/83
[are Siva's. I, or else Kubera, may], [Yama rebukes, "le roi s'avisera"]TRAZOM1991/07/67
Boston, not sobCORN COB1991/11/23
cave Demogorgon, [no grog! O, medevac]415 lb of snake2001/10/10
Damned-I-Am, maiden madCRAX2000/11/09
debates, set a bedULK1992/12/29
decalog, go lacedIXAXAR1993/01/14
degenerative, Evita renegedKRAY1997/08/21
demon, no medULK1990/03/58
dial-a-gel, legal aidDART1999/09/cf07
emus said imitative, Evita timid? I assumeULK1993/08/60
fillet, tell ifULK1990/03/30
gigolos, solo gigULACHE*1995/08/12
I rot as, satoriULK1990/05/46
Ku Kluxer, [Rex Ulk, UK]DANDR1999/05/65
megaton, not a gemMR. TEX1994/07/73
mumpsimus, [sum, is P, Mum]UCAOIMHU1996/02/55
net safer, refastenULK1993/01/35
new order, red rowenLUNCH BOY1996/11/77
[no, it's egg us on], no suggestionULK1993/10/37
no pets, step onULK1993/11/43
noses suffer, ref fusses onULK1992/11/41
not in a relay, Yale ran it onULK1991/07/42
not now, wontonDANDR2000/03/19
[OD now, keat], tae kwon doLUNCH BOY1998/03/45
Qiqihar, [rah! IQ, IQ]ULK1994/06/18
[sex, Rex], XerxesLUNCH BOY1997/03/11
smithereens, [sneer, eh? Tim S.]ULK1991/12/53
 
Heterosynonyms
divers, sun-dry {divers, sundry}ELF1986/06/39
 
Homoalternyms
knot, wether {not, whether}ARACHNE1986/04/23
 
Homoantonyms
aloud, band {allowed, banned}BRUTUS1982/04/10
aloud, bard {allowed, barred}UNIQORN1979/09/13
awl, nun {all, none}LARRY1985/03/03
Baldr, harrier {balder, hairier}KREMLIN1984/03/09
bawled, harry {bald, hairy}YAHOO1992/10/11
bawled, her suit {bald, hirsute}WITCHWORD1979/07/72
bawled, her suit {bald, hirsute}ATLANTIC1982/06/77
bit 'er, suite {bitter, sweet}BREAK1983/05/07
bore, guilt {boar, gilt}TWEASER1984/01/25
boulder, shire {bolder, shier}RANDOM WALK1981/10/42
boulder, Shire {bolder, shier}GADJET1985/05/74
buoy, gurl {boy, girl}NIGHTOWL1984/06/59
by, cell {buy, sell}MANGIE1985/04/62
bye, cell {buy, sell}DIRTY JACK1989/12/39
cache, Czech {cash, check}ANEMONE1982/09/26
cat, cease, sank, set, wheat {quatre, six, cinq, sept, huit}DART1994/09/ku03
cheep, deer {cheap, dear}HAP1979/06/16
course, soup are fine {coarse, superfine}ATLANTIC1986/06/15
cummer, lever {comer, leaver}LARGIE*1987/11/50
dals, guise {dolls, guys}NIGHTOWL1982/06/07
dam, prays {damn, praise}ROSE1978/07/x06
daze, knights {days, nights}WITCHWORD1979/04/64
director, sutler {directer, subtler}TREESONG1981/12/76
Eb, Flo {ebb, flow}NIGHTOWL1982/07/07
eyes, nose {ayes, noes}KAMEL1980/01/24
[fan, see], plane {fancy, plain}WITCHWORD1979/12/33
fined, loos {find, lose}BEAGLE1992/05/58
gaze, straits {gays, straights}HUDU1984/08/06
grate, mien {great, mean}WITCHWORD1979/10/10
halve, lac {have, lack}EOS1982/03/17
heal, tow {heel, toe}MANGIE1979/08/62
hi, lo {high, low}WITCHWORD1979/06/39
Hyde, Sikh {hide, seek}MANGIE1984/12/88
I, neigh {aye, nay}UNIQORN1981/05/38
knew, warn {new, worn}BREAK1983/10/01
lews, tye, Wynn {lose, tie, win}NEWROW1984/02/53
lien, picnic {lean, pyknic}NEWROW1982/09/14
loess, moor {less, more}REYNARD1986/01/03
loess, mor {less, more}XEMU1998/07/68
Luce, Thai {loose, tie}NIGHTOWL1989/04/08
mettle, would {metal, wood}LARRY1984/10/29
nit, pearl {knit, purl}ANEMONE1985/07/71
nits, pearls {knits, purls}REYNARD1986/04/66
paw per, prints {pauper, prince}UNIQORN1978/11/10
peek, veil {peak, vale}IXAXAR1986/03/76
piece, wore {peace, war}WITCHWORD1980/08/23
pros, versus {prose, verses}GEORGE GROTH1983/01/46
reign, son {rain, sun}HAP1983/05/19
ryes, synch {rise, sink}WITCHWORD1979/03/09
unreal, whined {unreel, wind}WITCHWORD1980/01/39
Wacs, wain {wax, wane}NIGHTOWL1979/09/63
Wayne, whacks {wane, wax}WITCHWORD1980/01/38
Wayne, whacks {wane, wax}ALF1983/06/07
Wayne, whacks {wane, wax}TWEASER1988/07/23
 
Homoconcominyms
blew, read, wite {blue, red, white}NEWROW1993/05/69
bred, whine {bread, wine}SIBYL1985/10/67
catch-up, mustered {ketchup, mustard}OSTRICH1991/07/41
claque, clique {Clack, Click}TAHNAN2001/02/ku01
dun, won {done, one}NEWROW1989/09/28
hart, sole {heart, soul}FRIDAY 131982/08/51
hart, sole {heart, soul}SIBYL1985/06/65
house, watts, wears, wens, whose, wise, witches, withers {hows, whats, wheres, whens, whos, whys, whiches, whithers}MARK DOWN*1994/04/31
reed, wright {read, write}RAIN MAN1993/10/27
roc, role {rock, roll}SIBYL1986/08/72
 
Homoheteronyms
eight, eighty {ate, Ate}NEWROW1985/01/57
gneiss, niece {nice, Nice}NEWROW1984/04/34
lean, lion {lien, lien}NEWROW1984/08/29
 
Homonyms
Abaddon, a bad unTREESONG1978/03/03
a banana split, Abe 'n' Anna splitWINDJAMMER1986/12/39
a bomb in nation's, abominationsBRUTUS1983/05/48
accrue, a KreweFINGER1993/10/07
a cent, ascent, assentFIDDLE1981/10/70
ad, addWRYBOSH2001/09/28
[a daily, Pen Gwyn], Adelie penguinARACHNE1986/12/27
Adam eyes her, atomizer???1971/????
aenigmatite, "Enigma" tightPEBBLES1991/07/06
Aesop, ESOPULK1994/10/72
a fish he ate, officiateWINDJAMMER1993/12/20
a fish he ate, officiateEARL E. BYRD2001/08/54
airship, heirshipRUTHLESS1985/02/41
airship, heirshipSWAK/+*2000/08/68
aisle, I'llVOLAR1982/02/29
ait, eightNEWROW1985/01/58
Ajde, I dareTREESONG1976/12/50
a lewd, alludeWINDRIFT1981/08/26
allowed, aloudSYLPH1971/12/11
[altar, Kate], altercateBRUTUS1979/06/62
Ammonium night rate, ammonium nitrateNIGHTOWL1979/03/61
analyst, annalistMEO1979/05/64
anapest, Anna pestHOHO1975/01/21
anchorite, ankeriteMEO1979/05/21
and sew fourth, etc.TREESONG1983/01/23
a newsy, an UziAESOP1993/09/27
anserous, answer usIXAXAR1995/12/48
anterooms, aunty roomsBRUTUS1981/05/35
a parent, apparentPAUL & VIRGINIA1973/08/15
apatite, appetiteCLAM BARD1977/09/18
apatite, appetiteHUDU1985/06/30
a pea's meant, appeasementIXAXAR1987/06/39
a plate, up lateBRUTUS1979/12/22
aplomb, a plumPROBLEM CHILD1975/10/51
[a pole, stir], a pollster, upholsterLARRY1972/11/03
apothegm, apothemIXAXAR1982/08/47
Aretha Franklin, [a wreath, a Franklin]LILITH2001/01/09
Armagh, our maJUNIOR1991/01/24
arsenic, [arson, Nick]HART KING1977/03/15
artificial, art officialVOLAR1978/07/41
aspiring, a spy ringNIGHTOWL1979/05/08
aspiring, a spy ringVISITOR1985/10/27
ass t' risk, asteriskBRUTUS1977/12/56
a tax on dole, attacks on DoleNEWROW1988/05/73
ate TNT, AT&TTWEASER1984/02/01
au lait, oleTUT1976/09/02
aureole, orioleIXAXAR1988/07/I17
Aux Cayes, OKTREESONG1972/05/26
averse, a verseBRUTUS1976/09/22
averse, a verseDADGIE*1976/09/46
avowal, a vowelFIDDLE1976/12/47
a vowel, avow'llUCAOIMHU2000/11/02
awful, offalUNIQORN1979/03/51
awful, offalDEE SWEET1987/08/77
aye, eye, iM. U. LATER1972/06/24
Bacchus, back usPROBLEM CHILD1974/05/48
Bach's elders, box eldersLARRY1987/01/35
Bagai'd, bug-eyedQAQAQ1988/08/61
baize, bays, beysIXAXAR1984/04/46
bald, bawledIXAXAR1997/12/73
bale o' bar talk, Bela BartokTREESONG1988/04/05
balm, bombACORN1984/05/10
bandleader, banned liederIXAXAR1989/06/49
barbiturate, bar bit you rateIXAXAR1988/03/24
base Tate, baste eight, Bay StateBLACKSTONE1987/09/68
bask, basquePETE TROLEUM1973/12/49
bayou, by youFANACRO1972/10/35
bearing straight, Bering StraitPOLLY1985/06/23
beastie, bhistiHAPOWL*2000/02/65
Beau Nash, bone ashHAP1976/10/34
beaut, ButteSAND DOLLAR1991/07/66
[beau, tried], boat rideFIDDLE1979/11/37
be below, bibelotJUNGIE*1987/11/61
Bechuanaland, bet you want to landKRUE*1999/07/54
beep repaired, be preparedBRUTUS1980/09/89
beep repaired, be preparedKING FRIVOLITY1999/09/30
behead a gobbler, be Hedda GablerILLUMINATOR1992/11/44
beknighted, be nightedIXAXAR1996/03/15
belle whether, bellwetherKAMEL1978/05/15
benzocaine. "Ow!", Ben's okay nowWABBIE*2001/02/75
berating, B ratingFIDDLE1982/05/54
Betelgeuse, beetle juiceEARL E. BYRD1998/11/26
better, bettorKEEN1983/10/26
bheesty, bistiIFANDOR1985/03/67
bight, biteBLACKSTONE1980/02/20
Bilbo jangles Rob 'n' son, Bill "Bojangles" RobinsonMR. TEX2001/12/01
bills to pay, Bill's toupeeTWEASER1985/02/10
bisontine, ByzantineUCAOIMHU2001/08/71
blew it, bluetPROBLEM CHILD1974/07/11
boar, boreDITTO1999/10/55
board, boredCHIMERA1997/05/38
Bombay, bomb bay, bombeIXAXAR1980/08/74
boo-boo, boubouIXAXAR1995/03/37
boo-boo, bou bouJOKER1989/09/17
booed--a pest, BudapestWABBIT1993/10/41
boos, boozeAMIGO1981/06/43
boos, boozeFRIDAY 131984/05/59
boos, boozeANDREAS1993/03/21
bore us: pastor knack, Boris PasternakTREESONG1972/10/11
botany, bought an EWABBIT1994/05/16
bouillon, bull yonANEMONE1979/12/16
brewed, broodSIGMASEXSPRING1975/10/63
brews, bruiseSTITCH1985/04/43
bridal path, bridle pathHART KING1977/07/44
broncs, Bronx100 DOWN2001/07/65
broom, brougham, BrumeMERLIN1971/12/47
buccal, buckleIXAXAR1983/11/78
buccal, buckleNIGHTOWL1992/11/25
buccaneer, buck an earBODOLPH1979/05/23
Burleigh, burleyEOS1981/01/60
burley, burlyNIGHTOWL1973/10/10
burro, burrowBURNT SACK1973/07/17
burro, burrowFARO1981/05/21
bush quail, Bush-QuayleERGO1988/11/34
bussed, bustDOUBLE-H1979/09/53
cache, cashIXAXAR1993/07/33
[Cairo man, sir], chiromancerANEMONE1980/02/23
camel, KamelFIDDLE1976/08/55
canaille, can IB. NATURAL1972/08/03
cancer, [can, sir]FIDDLE1974/02/22
cannibal, can nibbleTALON1990/11/62
cannibal, can nibbleMR. TEX1998/11/65
can o' peas, canopiesVOLAR1978/11/66
can ope us, canopusRANDOM WALK1979/01/49
cantaloupe, can't elopeFARO1977/07/13
cantaloupe, can't elopeISHMAEL1982/11/29
cantaloupe, can't elopeMR. TEX1992/05/71
can't anchor us, cantankerousERGO1983/06/52
can't anchor us, cantankerousARBUTUS1991/05/39
Carioca, carry OkaWABBIT2001/02/89
carpe diem, [carp, eh, D.M.]TREESONG1982/06/16
carrousel, karruselMERLIN1975/10/18
cattail, cat tailA. CHEM1976/11/07
caw fee, coffeeLILITH1998/09/28
Cayley, ceilidhIXAXAR1986/01/25
cecity, see cityNEWROW1982/06/28
ceiling, sealingDADGIE*1976/01/63
ceiling, sealingBRUTUS1979/01/06
ceiling, sealingMR. TEX1996/08/43
celibate, cell a bit, sell a bitANEMONE1980/10/49
cellulite, sell Yule lightWABBIT2000/12/37
censer, censor, cents--er, [sense, or], sensor100 DOWN1993/09/43
Centaurus, sent o'er usUNIQORN1978/08/63
cereal number, serial numberMAYDAY1989/02/65
cereus, seriousJAELTI1994/06/17
Ceylon, sail onWOGGLEBUG1981/12/53
chair a key, CherokeeULK1993/06/73
champagne, champaign, sham painJERG1984/08/26
champagne, sham painMERLIN1972/01/03
[chap a quid, Dick], ChappaquiddickBRUTUS1981/02/02
chard, charredMEO1979/02/55
charivari, shiveryDAZ1988/12/29
charivari, shiveryUNCANNY1993/01/53
chased, chasteFANACRO1972/01/46
chased, chasteBRUTUS1982/10/37
chased, chasteFRAZ1989/05/66
chased, chasteWATERSHIP DOWN*1997/07/39
chauffeur, shofarKEA1994/10/38
[Cher and Cheryl, Ike], share and share alikeNIGHTOWL1988/09/22
children, chilled wrenIFANDOR, B. NATURAL1977/05/15
Chile, chili, chillyIXAXAR1994/04/42
choir, quireIXAXAR1997/09/53
choler, collarCORN COB1987/01/51
chorus skating, coruscatingNIGHTOWL1972/11/14
chough, chuffFARO1973/12/27
cinq-cents, Saint-SaensTREESONG1989/07/05
cipher, sypherIXAXAR1992/10/03
Clara Hughes, clerihewsGAB-F1996/03/21
clean necks, KleenexVOLAR1978/02/15
clee guise, klieg eyesERIC1983/09/76
cleft palate, klepht paletteILLUMINATOR1991/11/20
closure, clothes you'reULK1988/09/71
coaled, coldIXAXAR1998/01/55
coaled, cold, Cole'dLARRY1972/07/30
coax, CokesDOUBLE-H1979/08/02
cocaine, CockaigneTREESONG1983/12/76
coffers, coughersDADGIE*1976/05/50
coffers, coughersWINDRIFT1980/10/15
coif, quaffNOHOLDS BARD1984/10/12
coif, quaffKAIZEN1998/09/21
coiffed, quaffedHAP1979/01/79
coiffed, quaffedTWEASER1990/01/52
coiffeur, quaff fewerTWEASER1990/01/52
coin, quoinLOULI1983/07/48
colitis cope, kaleidoscopeMANGIE1999/04/47
colonel, kernelFIDDLE1982/03/75
comely, cumblyIXAXAR1984/07/04
comings, CummingsOSTRICH1992/05/51
coming tonight, cummingtoniteNEWROW1982/04/68
coming tonight, cummingtoniteIXAXAR1985/12/37
comin' through the rye, cumin through the ryeEOS1987/10/71
conch, conkIXAXAR1996/10/67
conker, conquerIXAXAR1981/04/56
consequential, [con sick, wench ill]UNIQORN1978/09/10
contrail, con trailASKEW1994/11/42
coo, coupCORN COB1991/10/17
copacetic, [cope, ascetic]EOS1981/12/82
cops, copseNEOPHYTE1977/05/63
cops, copsePOLLY1994/08/13
cops, copseIXAXAR1996/11/58
copyrighter, copy writerHAP1981/01/73
co-sign, cosineJAZZ*1994/07/07
coward, coweredELSPETH1981/08/16
coward, coweredDOUBLE-H1981/12/16
coward, coweredFIDDLE1986/01/78
coward, coweredMR. TEX1991/12/29
cow a sake, KawasakiEBEAM1987/09/56
Crax a fridge, CraxifrageCRAXIFRAGE*1999/08/50
crewel, cruelHAP1972/06/18
crewel, cruelSONGBIRD1980/01/22
crews, Cruise, CruzNON SEQUITUR2001/09/55
crew's sports, cruise portsKAMEL1977/01/51
Curacao, curassowPOLLY1980/09/82
curds, KurdsANEMONE1981/08/36
curds, KurdsPOIP*1993/03/20
curds and whey, [Kurds, and weigh]EOS1984/08/61
cutie, qtALF1984/07/75
cygnet, signetEOS1980/06/19
cygnet, signetIXAXAR1988/07/I08
cygnet, signetPANTHRAX*1994/08/67
cy pres, [see, pray]TREESONG1988/05/84
dairy heir, derriereTWEASER1991/02/07
dandy, dandyVISITOR1984/09/66
dang it, Dan. GitCRAX2000/12/73
days, dazePETE TROLEUM1979/10/17
days, dazeMAYDAY1989/01/47
days, dazeAL DESUDA1998/01/19
deasil, dieselMOMUS1996/09/64
decision, discissionANEMONE1986/01/48
deep end, dependBANTERWEIGHT1987/12/57
demean, demesneWINDRIFT1979/10/24
deric, derrickPOLLY1985/08/25
dernier Cree, dernier criTREESONG??????????
derriere, Derry airSHRDLU1983/06/63
dhole, doleBLACKSTONE1972/04/34
diacritic, [die, a critic]FINGER1997/10/25
didgeridoo, did you redoKRAY1998/07/54
Dinah Shore, dine ashoreVOLAR1977/09/74
discussed, disgustANEMONE1982/02/23
distraught--some, dis TrazomWABBIT1999/05/70
docent, dough sentPOLLY1989/08/17
docile, dossalIXAXAR1988/12/15
doer, dourCORN COB1991/03/83
does, dozeHAP1978/02/73
does, dozeEOS1987/09/22
dogwood, dog wouldA. CHEM1976/11/08
Don Juan Tenorio, Don want an OreoTREESONG1981/10/66
[double, you abecedarian], [WABC, Darien]ATLANTIC1982/08/61
dramamine, drama meanNIGHTOWL1971/11/32
ducked, ductHAPOWL*1999/04/14
Durham, durumCORN COB1985/12/75
eclipse, ick! LipsUCAOIMHU2001/01/46
egg's it, exitHOT1987/11/27
'e gypped, EgyptFANACRO1974/05/07
Eiffel, eyefulJERG1982/10/55
elf rank, L. FrankUCAOIMHU2000/02/56
elision, ElysianIXAXAR1993/08/18
emanant, eminentAVIDAN1987/02/18
empyreal air, imperial heirWITCHWORD1977/06/56
emulate, emu lateIXAXAR1988/07/I06
ennuied, on weedATLANTIC1983/09/36
entrees, on traysDEE SWEET1979/10/46
eunuchs, UnixIOLANTHE1996/05/21
euphroes, you frozeBLACUS*2000/05/69
eureka, you're--eek!--a, you reek aULK1995/08/34
European, you're a peonTREESONG1981/09/71
euthanasia, youth in AsiaNIGHTOWL1977/03/18
euthanasia, youth in AsiaDIRTY JACK1990/04/67
Evonne, IvanTWEASER1984/12/17
ewes, use, yewsFANACRO1972/05/07
ewes, use, yews, youseWYVERN1986/05/18
excruciate, ex-Krewe she ateULK1989/06/01
expectorate, expect to rateJUNIOR1987/12/33
ex told, extolledULK1997/09/49
eyebrows, I browseWINDJAMMER1984/01/81
eye candy, [Ike, Andy]UCAOIMHU1999/01/41
eye contact, icon tactLILITH2000/08/cf05
eyelet, isletHAP1978/12/23
eye makeup, I'm A-cupDOUBLE-H1981/04/60
eyes Ax turn, Isaac SternXEMU1999/07/04
eyesore, I soarBRUTUS1981/02/72
fain, fane, feignIXAXAR1994/11/31
false Taffy and Pole, Falstaffian pollTRAZOM2001/10/19
[farm, assist], pharmacistBRONWYN1980/08/49
farm--assist, pharmacistISHMAEL1982/09/03
fascinate, fasten eightEARL E. BYRD1998/10/37
faux pas, [foe, pa]BRUTUS1979/05/51
feat, feetIXAXAR1987/03/38
fell on knees, feloniesA. CHEM1974/06/09
fewer oars, furorsBLARED*1999/06/25
few silly, fusilliKRAY2002/01/19
Fick's law, fix slawCORN COB1993/02/18
find answers, fine dancersULK1992/05/69
finish, FinnishFIDDLE1976/07/38
fitchew, fit youKAMEL1978/08/19
flatter, flatter, flatterMR. TEX1991/08/25
flatulent, flat you lentFIDDLE1974/06/36
flatulent, flat you lentCLOVER1981/01/62
flea, fleeACORN1976/08/38
flea circus, fleece irk usIXAXAR1989/02/26
fleche, fleshPOLLY1996/08/23
flew, flueBRONWYN1981/08/19
flocks, phloxLI'L GAMIN1974/04/26
[foe, lad], pholadBLACKSTONE1977/10/75
folks'll, forecastleIXAXAR1984/02/78
folks'll, forecastleTRAZOM1991/09/05
forbears, for bearsIXAXAR1992/08/10
forcat, foresawWABBIT2001/06/54
forearms, four armsWITCHWORD1979/07/45
forebitts, four bitsANEMONE1979/11/68
forehanded, four-handedMANGIE1975/10/53
forelegs, four legsWITCHWORD1979/07/45
foresight, ForsyteWINDJAMMER1992/12/47
form-eater, four-meterSPELVIN1999/01/08
[for Twain, in Deanna], [Fort Wayne, Indiana]G NATURAL2000/12/19
foul ball, fowl bawlEOS1982/03/59
Frankenstein, frank 'n' steinBRUTUS1979/10/62
frazil, Fraz'll, frazzleJOKER1992/10/09
frees, freeze, friezeIXAXAR1995/04/01
froes, frozePROBLEM CHILD1975/02/12
Fuehrer, furorCORN COB1985/01/16
Gallo's humor, gallows humorNEWROW1985/10/70
gamble, gambolPOLLY1986/10/63
Gatorade, gay tiradeTREESONG1987/05/35
gauche earl, [go, Shirl]TREESONG1983/09/06
gays, gazeWITCHWORD1978/12/15
gazer, geyserHOHO1973/04/35
gear our deli, GhirardelliQUIP2001/09/cf14
[gee, our diocese], giardiasisFARO1986/07/53
geezer, geyserHOHO1973/04/35
General Lee, generallyBRUTUS1978/05/22
genes, jeansHOHO1973/01/24
German ate, germinateMR. TEX1994/02/49
Getty, ghettiNEWROW1983/05/74
geyser, guiserHOHO1973/04/35
Ghirlandajo, girl and I oweRASTELLI1996/01/10
ghouls, goolsIFANDOR1980/06/70
gibe, jibeACORN1976/07/59
Gila, heal aBRUTUS1976/10/21
gild, guildDITTO1980/06/27
gin, jinnDEE SWEET1980/04/57
glad 'e ate 'er, gladiatorBRUTUS1976/12/20
gneiss, niceSENOR1977/12/03
good buy, goodbyeFANACRO1972/08/24
go pack, gopakIXAXAR1985/10/12
grade A, gray day, [grayed, eh]TWEASER1982/09/52
graft, graphedHAPOWL*1998/05/37
grew some, gruesomeBRONWYN1980/04/72
grisly sight, grizzly siteHAP1981/05/16A
groan, grownPOLLY1994/09/78
Grosse Pointe, gross pointANEMONE1980/04/2*
guise, guysWITCHWORD1978/12/15
gyve, jiveBLA'MANGE*1994/03/56
haec, haik, hike, hykeBLACKSTONE1983/06/55
Haight, hateWRYBOSH2000/06/04
hairy Ainu, Harry I knewJAELTI1993/01/26
handmade, handmaidAZUNGU1971/01/24
Hap enchants, happenchanceERIC1982/11/08
hautboys, [oh, boys]CLOVER1981/06/69
[heard, "Ev'll make airways], her devil-may-care waysRANDOM WALK1978/11/60
[Hearst ranged, ripping out side], hear strange dripping outsideNIGHTOWL2000/06/25
heaume, homeCLOVER1981/08/33
Heaume, holm, homeB. NATURAL1972/02/38
Heaume, holm, homeMERLIN1979/08/70
heaumer, homerULK1989/02/31
Hebrew swain, [he, Bruce Wayne]SIBYL1989/10/59
hedge rose, hedgerowsNEWROW1981/12/88
helmet coal, [helm it, Cole], Helmut KohlTRAZOM1995/03/07
Henrik Ibsen, Henry GibsonIOLANTHE1993/04/ku
Henri Picciotto, Henry. PeixottoDANDR2000/08/ku01
he pay, XipeIXAXAR1984/05/46
herb exhibit, her big zibetUNIQORN1979/06/54
her eyes on, horizonPELF1992/07/12
herl, hurlIXAXAR1993/07/49
her sign, hircineGRINCH1982/01/33
her sign, hircineJOKER1988/03/81
her suit, hirsuteHYZY BABY1978/05/06
higher principles, hire principalsNIGHTOWL1977/02/27
hoard, hordeKATE THE GREAT2001/06/71
hoards, hordesHAP1974/02/42
hoarse, horseFIDDLE1973/07/27
hoarse and buggy, horse-and-buggyWRYBOSH2001/10/23
hold, holedBLACKSTONE1972/04/34
holdout, holed outHAP1982/01/07
holdout, [whole, doubt]AL GELK*1995/03/14
hole sale, wholesaleMOP1979/12/32
holey, holy, whollyIXAXAR1985/04/75
holey, whollyQUIP1991/08/47
holy, whollyFIDDLE1979/04/21
hominem, homonymWRYBOSH2001/09/28
honorary, oneraryNIGHTOWL1980/10/38
honoree, orneryBEACON1995/12/40
Hosanna, hose AnnaHOHO1975/01/22
Hot's tough, hot stuffPANACHE1994/10/62
house, howsMR. TEX1993/11/86
houseboat, houseboteMERLIN1989/12/43
Houyhnhnm, WynymTREESONG1997/08/41
Hudu, who doHOT1987/11/26
humerus, humorousPOLLY1984/08/49
hungover, hung overSPELVIN2001/12/78
ice-cold, I scoldIXAXAR1997/09/30
ichthyology, ick! theologyFRIDAY 131982/09/21
ill eagle, illegalBRUTUS1978/02/24
ill eagle, illegalCORN COB1993/08/70
impatience, impatiensPHIZZ1990/08/45
impressed, imp restUNCANNY1990/10/31
in arrears, inner earsUNIQORN1980/01/15
incapacitate, Inca pass at eightBO_G_TI1973/12/01
in choir, inquireREYNARD1986/12/55
in choir, inquireARBUTUS1993/09/14
in cider, insiderFANACRO1979/10/49
incipient, insipientTREESONG1972/08/43
income bent, incumbentLARRY1991/11/86
infer, in furDADGIE*1976/08/56
infer, in furDITTO1980/05/73
innocence, in no senseOEDIPUS, JR.1972/06/28
in no way, InouyeLILITH1999/03/48
insane, in SeineFANACRO1974/06/22
insight to, in situPHIZZ1992/05/73
intense, in tentsLARRY1974/05/30
intense, in tentsBRUTUS1981/06/35
intensities, in tent citiesNEWROW1983/04/83
intercession, intersessionHAP1977/01/31
invade, inveighedULKTRICH*1991/02/29
invade, inveighedMR. TEX1998/10/12
inviolate, in violetNIGHTOWL1975/12/30
iron skillet, irons kill itMANGIE1976/07/66
[jail, oh], J. LoLILITH2001/05/11
jasmine, jazzmanJERG1986/05/14
jasmine, jazzmanTRAZOM1992/03/01
Jewry, juryNIGHTOWL1991/08/38
jimmies, Jimmy'sLUV1993/06/30
joule, jowlJERG1982/08/33
Juan, oneHOHO1972/10/39
kakkak, QaqaqJOKER1987/12/20
kin dread, kindredKAMEL1980/06/68
kitchen sink, kitsch 'N SyncMR. TEX2000/05/61
knight, nightPETE TROLEUM1979/10/18
knock a Sony, NakasoneTREESONG1985/06/02
know, noFIDDLE1975/12/13
Krewe, KruPLANTON1983/06/82
label, labileJERG1983/10/70
laden weight, laid in waitOEDIPUS, JR.1975/04/02
lager, loggerJERG1984/01/36
lager, loggerHAP1984/01/67
lakh, loch, lock415 lb of snake2001/11/72
lam, lambG NATURAL2001/05/40
lambasting, [lamb, basting]DOUBLE-H1981/10/28
land Homer made, [land ho, mermaid]NIGHTOWL1978/09/05
lay day, Lei DayVISITOR1987/05/26
lews, loosNEWROW1984/02/53
lichen, likenEOS1982/11/72
lichen, likenNIGHTOWL1984/05/62
lick 'er, liquorBRUTUS1977/07/61
lickerish, licoriceWINDRIFT1980/05/18
lickerish, licoriceUNCANNY1993/02/02
licorice, liquorishJERG1984/05/76
lie to tease, litotesD. NESS1999/05/47
lionize, "Lyin' Eyes"BLARED*1999/05/66
literal, littoralARBUTUS1992/12/49
load, lodeBURNT SACK1973/07/18
loaner, lonerPROBLEM CHILD1975/07/68
locks, loxGINGER ELLA1980/05/54
Lohengrin, low and grinD. NESS1999/08/23
Loki, low-keyJOKER1992/02/74
London derriere, "Londonderry Air"FRIDAY 131984/05/58
London derriere, "Londonderry Air"MR. TEX1997/01/17
lore? Nyet, lorgnette, lorn yetMANGIE1990/01/04
loudspeaker, loud speakerHAP1977/06/44
Louise, Louis's, luesNEWROW1981/04/74
Ma Bell, ma belleMANGIE1975/07/43
made, maidWITCHWORD1980/09/25
maffick, maficPAP NDROME1989/03/51
maffick, maficUCAOIMHU1998/04/17
maillot, my ohTREESONG1975/09/15
mainsheet, manesheetFIDDLE1972/07/42
mais oui, may weMANGIE1983/06/ku03
mai tai, might ITREESONG1989/09/53
mai tai, my tieVOLAR1977/10/40
malicious, militiasPEBBLES1993/03/07
Mangie, mangyDITTO1984/09/62
man to attention, mantua tensionNIGHTOWL1976/02/21
marcasite, mark a sitePHIZZ1988/11/30
marionette, marry AnnetteBRONWYN1981/01/42
mark a tree, marquetryBLA'MANGE*1996/04/26
Marriott, merry yachtMANGIE1985/07/63
mean, mesneANEMONE1986/02/47
mean, mienMIDURNDIST1975/03/12
me oh, MilhaudMANGIE1975/12/03
metal, met'll, mettleIXAXAR1987/07/27
me try, mitrailleJOKER1989/01/67
miasma, my asthmaNIGHTOWL1980/09/04
miasma, my asthmaDEE SWEET1985/05/14
micro, my crowIXAXAR1994/03/33
microwave, my crow waveULK1987/03/52
might, miteLI'L GAMIN1976/05/56
mighty, my teaBRONWYN1982/03/26
migraine, my grainVOLAR1979/03/63
migrate, my greatMR. TEX1994/03/40
Mike a stomachace, [my custom, a cake]CRAX1995/02/70
Mike Reiss's, my crisisUNCANNY1994/04/26
Millais, Millay, MilletNIGHTOWL1998/05/51
millenary, millineryDOUBLE-H1985/01/44
minion, minyanPEN GWYN1985/01/03
minion, minyanTAHNAN2001/11/81
minute, my newtVOLAR1978/03/76
minute, my newtWABBIT1994/06/40
minute, my Newt53371998/11/54
missal, missileWINDJAMMER1989/11/42
missed wrist, mistrystUNIQORN1979/08/16
Miss Steak, mistakeFANACRO1975/01/62
Miss Teak, mystique53371998/07/23
[Miss Turk, "Ann, use paradigm"], [mister, can you spare a dime]NIGHTOWL1974/04/01
[Mister Reiss. I, in sore], ["Mystery Science", or]UCAOIMHU1995/12/65
[moment, airy], momentaryFANACRO1978/08/34
monachal, monocleIXAXAR1984/06/62
monkeyshines, monk he shinesRASTELLI1994/11/28
moose, mousseG NATURAL2002/01/67
moraine, more rainJERG1983/01/79
morays, moresJOKER1987/09/31
morays, moresTIVOLI1989/01/49
Mr. E., mysteryWINDJAMMER1984/04/64
mustard out, mustered outEOS1982/07/17
naive, nigh EveKAMEL1976/11/36
nay, nee, neighNIGHTOWL1981/09/46
[nay, per se], Nez PerceTWEASER1983/05/37
necks trite, next rightUCAOIMHU1999/09/63
Nesselrode, Nestle Road100 DOWN1994/08/48
net'll, nettle100 DOWN2001/12/32
neurographic, Newrow graphicAVIDAN1984/07/65
neurosis, [Newrow, sis]IXAXAR1987/04/36
neutrino, new tree (noUCAOIMHU1998/07/01
New Delhi, nude EllyBRONWYN1980/12/17
new ditty, nudityUCAOIMHU2000/02/13
Nice, nieceDART1995/08/33
nigh towel, Night OwlFIDDLE1972/03/33
nine-eyed eel, nine--idealNEWROW1986/10/07
no-account, Noah countBRUTUS1979/04/05
node out, no doubtVOLAR1978/08/72
no heir a parent, no heir apparentWINDRIFT1979/08/66
nunatak, nun attackUNCANNY1990/06/61
ocher, OquirrhNIGHTOWL1991/05/64
[one piece, guard NI2, lips], won "Peace Garden Night" tulipsNEWROW1990/02/21
oohs and ahs, ooze and OzPANACHE1994/03/03
op. cit., oppositeBTNIRN1997/04/59
orchestral, or kestrelMR. TEX1999/06/23
Orion, or rye onMANGIE1980/04/59
Ouachita, WashitaHAP1980/10/32
pair annoyed, paranoidULKER*1988/07/38
palace aides, palisadesL'ALLEGRO1979/06/14
pal 'e ate, palliateL'ALLEGRO1981/07/39
palliasse, pally assABSOLVER1975/08/37
Paola, payolaMEO1977/05/37
Papa gay? (No.), PapagenoTREESONG1995/10/84
Paphian, pay--fee inUCAOIMHU1999/08/61
parade, pa raidT-9-C TEXAN1973/12/51
parasites, Paris sightsJERG1982/10/54
[Pasch, one aid], pasquinadeUCAOIMHU1996/04/01
pasteurize, past your eyesEBEAM1985/10/64
[past; I'm], pastimeMACHIAVELLI1981/10/61
paupiette, pope yetCRAX1997/08/05
pays, peiseIFANDOR1982/08/67
peas, peiseIFANDOR1982/08/67
peal, peelFANACRO1972/09/34
pear, peer, pier, Pierre, PireNIGHTOWL1991/08/44
pearl, purlBREAK1981/04/19
peeps, PepysPROBLEM CHILD1976/07/17
peer amid, pyramidFIDDLE1984/08/73
peer amid, pyramidADOBE1989/11/45
peerless, pierlessRAIN MAN1996/08/13
Peirce, purseIXAXAR1990/02/20
pelican etiquette, Pella can net a kit, Pell a ConnecticutNEWROW2000/07/09
penance, pennantsPHIZZ1988/12/17
Philistines, [Phyllis, teens]LI'L GAMIN1979/11/21
picador, pick a doorMANGIE1983/04/30
piccalilli, pick a lilyBILLY GOAT1972/02/13
pickle, piculPLOP*1996/03/66
picks, pyxBLAMMESK1991/09/48
picnic, pyknicHAP1973/02/07
picnic, pyknicWINDRIFT1980/07/05
picnic, pyknicFRAZ1988/06/46
picnic, pyknicMICROPOD1988/06/54
picnic, pyknicEARL E. BYRD1996/05/55
pie rights, pyritesJERG1983/03/23
pilgarlic, [pill, garlic]ANEMONE1980/12/23
pill pool, pilpulTRAZOM1989/05/26
pixie, pyxieELF1985/01/39
placate, play KateTREESONG1975/01/49
placate, play KateDOUBLE-H1982/05/75
placate, play KatePANACHE1989/01/45
plain, planeFANACRO1971/10/16
plainer, planarMR. TEX2000/06/73
plain fare, plane fareNIGHTOWL2000/04/71
play right, playwrightACORN1979/07/42
pleural sacs, plural sacksHOHO1972/01/49
poise an IV, poison ivyTREESONG1976/07/29
[Polly, you're a thane], polyurethaneTREESONG1981/09/72
poor beagle, porbeagleBEO1999/10/24
popery, potpourriHOHO1973/09/20
popery, potpourriREYNARD1987/11/58
Popery, potpourriTWEASER1984/02/57
porous, pour usSHENANIGAN1983/01/29
potlicker, pot liquorMERLIN1992/01/48
praise, praseTHE POO1985/08/65
praise, prays, preysIXAXAR1984/05/31
prefix, prix fixeQAQAQ1992/12/02
pre-Madonna, prima donnaQAQAQ1989/09/29
pre-Madonna, prima donnaXEMU1996/07/74
President, presentTREESONG1995/11/44
pride, priedBRUTUS1982/10/38
Prince Matchabelli, prints match a bellyVOLAR1979/04/17
procedure, pro seed yourA. CHEM1971/02/12
profits, prophetsMEO1982/05/22
prove defective, proved effectiveWINDRIFT1981/02/43
pshaw, ShahPETE TROLEUM1980/01/07
psittacine, [sit, a sign]IXAXAR1993/10/28
psychosis, sycosisGNOME1979/07/16
psychosis, sycosisPLANTON1986/02/37
puisne, punyIXAXAR1987/10/25
Quintilian, quintillionOSTRICH1997/04/21
rabbet, rabbitPOLLY1986/11/27
rabbet, rabbitADOBE1992/05/76
[rain, Dear], reindeerVOLAR1979/12/03
raisin, rays inBRONWYN1981/02/62
raising, razingLARRY1974/07/15
Rambo, RimbaudWAGSTAFF1989/04/20
rapped, rapt, wrappedISFAN1977/10/65
rapped, rapt, wrappedEOS1984/05/22
rapscallions, wrap scallionsERGO1990/02/53
raptor, wrapped herEARL E. BYRD1996/12/30
raw Szeckler, Ross EcklerTREESONG1989/03/22
Ray--show Fay, rechauffeEARL E. BYRD1997/02/35
readable, redoubleTALON1991/04/31
read lettered "A", red-letter dayNIGHTOWL1973/01/56
recede, reseedBAIRN1980/08/45
receding, reseedingCORN COB1985/07/42
receding, reseedingIXAXAR1988/01/20
recks, rex, wrecksIXAXAR1995/04/59
rectorial, wrecked OrioleMERLIN1972/01/23
repleat, repleteMANGIE1974/09/15
rest, wrestIXAXAR1994/03/24
Reubens, RubensMR. TEX1995/08/09
Rhodes, roadsWABBIT1993/07/71
rigger, rigorFRAKER*1989/01/75
right angle, wry tangleIXAXAR1983/06/02
right, writeCROWMAN1993/05/22
right stuff, "Rite"'s toughBARTOK2001/07/35
rite, wright, writeRAIN MAN1993/09/46
road, rowedSIOBHAN1991/11/77
roomer, rumorSONGBIRD1979/11/43
room in eight, ruminateEARL E. BYRD2000/12/04
rough, ruffBRUTUS1980/01/53
routines, roux teensBRONWYN1980/06/07
rude, ruedIXAXAR1994/05/21
runcible, [run, Sibyl]CORN COB1991/08/53
Saar chasm, sarcasmNEWROW1987/11/18
Saar chasm, sarcasmBLAMMESK1993/04/56
sacks, sacques, sacs, saxOSTRICH1992/04/66
sale away, [say, "lwei"]UCAOIMHU1997/12/19
sari, sorryNUB*1995/11/69
Sbrinz, sprintsKREMLIN1985/08/57
scene, seenADOBE1992/05/75
Schubert, [shoe, Bert]PEBBLES1990/09/73
"Science News", scion snoozeIOLANTHE1993/04/02
scintillate, sin till lateHAP1978/09/79
scissile, sis'llULK1995/11/18
screaming meemies, screaming MimisPANACHE2000/04/64
scurrile, skirlMOTOR*1989/12/47
scurry, skerryNIGHTOWL1980/03/67
sea kale, seek aleJOKER1989/12/71
seascape, sees capePHIZZ1990/09/52
secques, sexMERLIN1972/02/41
see Glinda, SieglindeUCAOIMHU1998/11/24
sei dish you, side issueNEWROW1992/09/27
selfish, sell fishBRONWYN1981/06/56
selfish, sell fishIXAXAR1994/07/69
Senate, sennetWINDRIFT1980/04/08
seraph, serifTIN RICHES*1991/08/67
serious, SiriusCOACH2000/01/14
set you on, SzechuanSIBYL1986/10/65
sewer, sue 'erHATSHEPSUT1980/07/49
shake a leg, sheik a legANEMONE1980/07/56
sharp A, shar-peiSANIT1994/09/82
she, SidheSPELVIN2001/08/63
she craved, sheik ravedBRUTUS1980/08/63
shooed, shoedBILLY GOAT1971/09/11
sick screechers, six creaturesNIGHTOWL1978/11/50
sick sex, six xHOT1987/02/43
sighs, sizePLANTON1983/09/61
sighs for, size fourPAUL & VIRGINIA1977/09/60
sight, siteARBUTUS1999/09/cf26
Simpsons rule, Simpson's ruleAL GEBRA1992/06/65
sin tax, syntaxJOKER1992/11/45
sin tax, syntaxFINGER1995/12/10
Sioux, sueBRUTUS1977/08/47
Sioux nursed eight, Sooner StateNEWROW1985/12/19
Sir John, surge onDOUBLE-H1981/01/12
six-tee purse sent, sixty percentTREESONG1976/11/53
sizar, sizerIXAXAR1983/03/41
Skaneateles, skinny atlasBRILLIG1990/11/57
skating, skeytingMERLIN1972/03/27
slay, sleighVOLAR1979/12/02
slay belles wringing, sleigh bells ringingWRYBOSH1998/08/18
sliced alone, Sly StalloneNEWROW1993/01/42
soak an eye, so can ITWEASER1983/11/62
soigne, [swan, yea]UNIQORN1980/08/80
solaced, sol listOSTRICH1989/08/66
sold Geronimo, soldier on a moTREESONG1974/03/21
sole, soulELSPETH1981/07/29
some are eyes, summarizeDITTO1981/05/66
son and heir, sun and airCORN COB1985/08/79
sons raise meat, sun's rays meetLOOPHOLE1988/11/52
soupcon, soup's onHOHO1975/05/34
soup or fish'll, superficialMANGIE1976/04/04
spear it, spiritMOUNTAIN MAMA1978/08/07
spiked ale, spiketailMICROPOD1991/04/19
stake, steakBURNT SACK1973/07/20
starve you, star viewNIGHTOWL1978/02/70
stichs, sticks, StyxBLA'MANGE*1992/11/05
stipend, [sty, penned]EOS1986/04/72
straights, straitsVAL1978/11/05
stridulation, strigilationNIGHTOWL1990/11/41
suber, [Sue, "Brr!]SUE++2000/03/76
suit yourself, sutures elfFINGER1994/04/02
summarize, summerizeMAYDAY1988/10/71
summary, summeryIXAXAR1986/03/21
summary, summeryMAB1989/05/50
Sunni purchase, SUNY PurchaseEMBER2000/03/76
Taipei, type AQAQAQ1989/07/41
Taipei, type A????????????
Taipei?" "Negative", type A negativeTWEASER1984/04/61
talks awfully, toxophilyWABBIT1997/01/25
Tampa ring, tamperingMR. TEX2000/11/38
[Tandy, Newton], Thandie NewtonHAMMER2000/08/05
tanka, TonkaXEMU2000/04/81
tartrate, tart rateIXAXAR1990/03/07
televise, tell of eyesWRYBOSH2000/09/35
temse, ThamesAMBER1979/10/65
ten issues, tennis shoesWINDJAMMER1989/04/33
tern, turnIXAXAR1988/07/i03
tern cote, turncoatBLACUS*2001/02/91
terrene, terrineIXAXAR1982/06/63
terrier win, Terri IrwinROSEBUD2000/09/26
[the scandal, muss], thus CandlemasUCAOIMHU2001/02/40
though screechers, those creaturesWITCHWORD1979/02/16
threw out, throughoutHAP1977/10/04
threw out the knight, throughout the nightNIGHTOWL1979/09/51
tine daily, Tyne DalyWABBIT2000/10/48
tocsin, toxinMERLIN1972/10/05
tocsin, toxinPROBLEM CHILD1974/09/31
toilet, toy letFIDDLE1972/09/21
[too, before some], tuba foursomeULK1997/05/69
tool of, two loveSIGMASEXSPRING1974/01/10
to pay, toupee******************************************?????
Torah, tore aANEMONE1980/02/58
toucan, two canIXAXAR1988/07/I09
[to wit, to woo], tu-whit tu-whooTRAZOM1989/08/75
[to wit, to woo], tu-whit tu-whooPANACHE1993/12/38
Trazom, trots 'emTREESONG1987/08/17
Trip to fan, tryptophanANOMALY1999/10/14
trussed, trustVOLAR1980/04/17
Udall, you'd allTREESONG1976/06/58
uncial, unsealBELLES LETTRES1991/04/28
untaught, untautHAP1977/07/29
uran, you ranKAMEL1977/04/45
uranyl, urinalJERG1983/08/41
uruisg, you riskERIC1982/08/79
Utrecht, you trekkedLARRY1977/01/17
vacate, [vay, Kate]MANGIE1975/04/38
vain, veinBURNT SACK1973/07/19
vinces, wing caseTREESONG1995/02/29
wade, weighedWINDRIFT1981/01/68
wade in late, weighed in lateOEDIPUS, JR.1975/04/02
wainwright, [wane, right]DEE SWEET1983/04/43
wait, weightVOLAR1979/10/42
warfare, wharf airCAZIQUE1997/09/31
warm acre, warmakerIXAXAR1996/02/44
ways, wheysANEMONE1981/08/35
weak, weekAL DESUDA1998/01/20
weak end, weakened, weekendFIDDLE1972/01/48
weak end, weakened, weekend, we kennedFANACRO1975/03/16
we trust, wheat rustJERG1985/04/56
whatnot, wot notVAL1978/10/62
whiches, witchesMR. TEX1993/11/87
Whitcomb, wit comeBLAMMESK1991/04/43
whys, wiseMR. TEX1993/11/85
willow, will oweBRUTUS1978/03/59
[Wolfe, MIT], wool? Feh. MightyUCAOIMHU2001/11/34
wooden tie, wouldn't IHOT1986/09/14
[wood, high prowed], would hie proudIXAXAR1986/12/12
woods, WoodsG NATURAL2001/05/05
worst, wurstFRIDAY 131984/06/44
worst meat, wurst meetIXAXAR1991/03/44
yes, youALF1990/02/12
yogh, yoke, yolkNIGHTOWL1982/12/71
yoke, yolkFANACRO1974/11/13
youth ought, you thoughtFARO1976/08/27
zero, Z rowIXAXAR1994/03/05
 
Homonyms (Reversed)
a gnat nom, MontanaUNCANNY1999/07/61
eighteen, [neat, eh]WRYBOSH2001/05/18
 
Homoreversals
pause, swapNEWROW1991/11/39
 
Homosynonyms
ade, sucker {aid, succor}IXAXAR1984/03/63
a plum, pois {aplomb, poise}KREMLIN1984/02/06
Basque, son {bask, sun}ANEMONE1984/12/34
be sharp, see {B sharp, C}QUIP1993/08/61
Blanche, pail {blanch, pale}BREAK1983/11/34
borders, rumors {boarders, roomers}FRIDAY 131983/08/36
bow, limn {bough, limb}JERG1982/12/08
caste, throne {cast, thrown}IXAXAR1997/03/60
chute, sleigh {shoot, slay}MERLIN1985/12/15
damn, wear {dam, weir}JERG1985/03/43
Dray, Kart {dray, cart}DRAY/KART1999/04/37
fare, joust {fair, just}BREAK1983/08/10
genial, mental {genial, mental}TREESONG1984/08/70
hare, lox {hair, locks}JERG1983/09/90
indict, right {???}BRUTUS1982/07/04
load, oar, vain {lode, ore, vein}SAL1990/04/25
loan, soul {lone, sole}SAL1990/03/39
manor, mean {manner, mien}SAL1990/11/09
mow, seaman's {mho, siemens}UCAOIMHU1997/10/13
rhyme, whore {rime, hoar}WRYBOSH2001/06/66
rose, tears {rows, tiers}WITCHWORD1980/09/26
sole, spear it {soul, spirit}ANEMONE1984/07/54
 
Hutto Transdeletions
tirades; dares, ideas, rides, raise, raids, aired, stead, drest, rates, darts, tread, deist, iteas, staid, Edita, rites, strid, tried, stair, irate, triadMEKI1994/06/43
 
Interlocks
abnormality; anomaly, BritPANACHE1992/05/68
abnormality; anomaly, BritKEA1995/11/27
absolute; abut, soleFULDU1996/01/65
acid rock; aid, crockMICROPOD1989/07/17
admirable; admiral, beEOS1984/04/84
admirable; admiral, beMR. TEX1991/03/80
amygdaline; enigma, ladyMERLIN1989/07/58
angst-ridden; and, grid, StenWABBIT1993/08/36
applies; apple, isBODOLPH1980/07/59
arborway; array, bowBLACKSTONE1990/02/74
astigmatic; Attic, sigmaMEIMHU*1998/02/14
attorney; atone, tryBRUTUS1977/09/63
baby-sitters; bitter, abyssU-CON*1992/04/10
Barbara; bra, a, braDADA1978/08/17
bargain; bagain, RNULK1993/05/07
bargaining; brain, agingKAMEL1982/08/21
batboy; baby, toLARRY1988/08/53
beauty; buy, eatSPHINX1984/05/14
bergamot; begot, ramJOKER1991/04/30
blank checks; Blanche, [KC, KS]QUIZ1999/03/28
blustering; blue, stringHAPOWL*2000/12/12
bordelaise; base, or, deliJOKER1989/06/22
bothersome; bosom, thereBRUTUS1977/04/x05
Brindamour; bin, ram, dourQUIP1993/02/39
caffeine; cafe, fineHAP1979/01/66
camelopard; cap, meld, oarMICROPOD1989/08/10
calipee; cape, lieMR. TEX1999/01/24
caretaking; creaking, atBLACKSTONE1980/06/20
carnival; can, rivalNEOPHYTE1977/06/19
cathartic; char, atticWABBIT1993/11/35
celebrity; celery, bitWABBIE*1993/03/67
chairperson; chaperon, IRSWINDJAMMER1990/05/30
chanticleer; canticle, herWABBIT1996/08/55
charlady; clay, hardZEBRABOY2001/10/62
Charleston; Carl, HestonMR. TEX1997/07/33
chemistry set; chemise, trystQA QEASER1989/03/66
chocolate; cool, he, catJUNY*1991/06/35
Chretien; cretin, heR/EDS1994/07/74
clergy; cry, legULLY BYRD*2001/10/39
clownery; clone, wryULLY BYRD*2002/01/40
collude; clue, oldFRAKER*1989/09/31
combustible; cost, mule, bibCATO1980/08/69
company; copy, manWRYBOSH1998/12/14
compathy; copy, mathWINDRIFT1981/10/21
comprehensible; comb, prehensileHAP1979/09/67
comprehensible; comb, prehensileWABBIT2001/01/08
compromise; commie, prosDATUS1979/02/74
Comstockery; cost, mockeryCRABBIT*1994/06/65
concatenate; cane, once, tatGNOME1979/09/20
consonantcy; con, Nancy, sotCRASH*1999/09/34
cosmetics; comics, setVOLAR1978/09/27
cybernetics; cynics, beretNIGHTOWL1982/10/79
decaliter; deli, caterMR. TEX1995/05/58
defenestrated; dense, feet, tradWABBIT1994/02/40
denied; die, endHART KING1993/01/70
deracinated; den, rate, acidMICROPOD1991/05/35
dishonest; dines, shotWABBIT2000/09/16
dishonest; dint, shoesEOS1992/09/32
dishonesty; Disney, hostULMU*1998/02/49
disrobe; dire, sobBRUTUS1977/05/24
divagation; dig, van, ai, toMICROPOD1991/06/74
dominatrix; do in, matrixTYSONG*1994/12/21
dromedaries; do, re, mi, daresPROF. PAMPELMUSE1979/08/53
empathic; epic, mathGNOME1978/12/17
equanimity; enmity, quaiHAP1979/10/09
eschatology; eh, scatologyHAP1980/03/32
excitement; exit, cementMANGIE1977/07/14
excitement; exit, cementCATO1981/01/30
externally; ell, x-ray, tenNIGHTOWL1977/07/31
eyewitness; ewes, yen, itsNIGHTOWL1992/05/12
faille; fie, allSTITCH1985/05/52
family; fail, myVAL1979/01/35
family; fail, myCACHE1997/02/15
faux pas; fax, upasWINDJAMMER1994/06/12
financial; facial, innHAP1983/08/22
firearms; firm, earsFARO1977/12/39
firearms; firs, reamFARO1977/12/39
firebugs; fig, rebusMERLIN1990/07/69
friendly; find, relyVOLAR1978/05/68
friendly; find, relyHART KING1980/07/24
funeral; fuel, NRATY ME*1994/11/48
galoshes; gosh, alesCORN COB1990/06/43
gaslight; gal, sightTWEASER1982/12/04
goldfish; golf, dishHAP1979/08/44
groping; groin, PGSIBSER*1988/11/57
ground; gun, rodCRAX1994/10/06
haulage; hula, ageVOLAR1980/08/02
headgear; header, GASIBYL1989/06/34
headland; had, elandBAIRN1979/06/31
hermeneutic; heretic, menuPHIZZ1987/11/10
hermeneutics; heretics, menuEOS1983/07/61
hetaeras; hears, teaKAMEL1977/10/69
homeless; hole, messJOKER1995/09/75
horoscope; hop, roscoeHAP1980/08/51
horoscope; hop, RoscoeWINKER*1992/12/06
housebroken; Hoboken, userWINKER*1988/12/11
housebroken; Hoboken, userSMEDLEY1994/07/75
H Squared; HQ, sure, adDOUBLE-H1980/04/71
hypocoristical; hypocritical, osANOMALY2000/06/05
imperially; I.M. Pei, rallyMR. TEX2000/06/60
incontrovertible; intro, convertibleGAB-F1998/10/35
inherent; inert, henFARO1977/10/20
inspection; is, no, pectinMANGIE1980/05/49
interlock; Intel, rockXEMU1997/08/45
jaundice; juice, andMANGIE1979/06/72
jeroboam; jerboa, omPAP NDROME1988/10/37
juvenile; June, veilWAMMER*1994/06/27
lambaste; labs, mateTYGER1992/07/33
larigot; largo, itWABBIT1997/08/33
leaflet; left, aleAMIGO1979/11/77
magazine; main, gazeWABBIT1991/11/63
Mangie; mage, NIMERLIN1987/02/10
Mascaign; Magi, scanBARTOK1998/12/05
Microsoft; miso, croftCACHE2001/12/29
minaret; mine, artDADGIE*1978/05/51
Minneapolis; mines, NapoliNIGHTOWL1998/05/21
miscreant; mire, scantAMIGO1978/10/32
negative; neat, giveHAPOWL*1997/10/52
nobody; nod, boyL'ALLEGRO1982/11/12
oniomania; onion, MaiaROSEBUD1998/05/13
oropharynx; orphan, oryxOH ME*1991/08/70
oropharynx; orphan, oryxKEA1994/11/15
Osterreich; ostrich, ereOSTRICH1990/06/03
overnight; oven, rightSTITCH1986/12/84
painstaking; pasta, inkingBLACKSTONE1981/02/45
paradise; pad, ariseFARO1977/09/22
paradise; praise, adHAP1983/09/26
paraphrast; par, rap, hastGNOME1979/08/01
parricide; price, aridAMIGO1978/12/65
pasquinade; Paine, squadBLA'MANGE1994/10/19
pedestal; pest, dealANEMONE1984/08/54
pepper-and-salt; pert, penal, padsPROF. PAMPELMUSE1980/07/28
periwinkle; pew, ink, rileNIGHTOWL1980/02/16
persona non grata; pan, errata, song, onKORNPOD*1990/04/36
pestilence; pet, silenceCATO1980/09/31
Peter Cetera; per, et ceteraBEACON1992/12/52
peyote; pot, eyeMR. TEX2001/07/76
pichiciago; pi, I, ChicagoBLA'MANGE*1991/12/56
piobaireachd; Pied, Ira, O, BachNIGHTOWL1986/12/38
Piscean; pie, scanDIRTY JACK1989/03/50
plaything; path, lyingCACHE1995/04/21
Pleasantville; pave, lean, stillfaRO1998/09/cf22
posthaste; posse, thatUNIQORN1978/09/65
posthaste; posse, thatCORN COB1992/05/50
posthaste; posse, thatWINDJAMMER1993/08/41
primogeniture; pig, rite, men, ourEOS1980/01/05
prosody; posy, rodWITCHWORD1977/10/82
protrude; prod, trueHAP1982/06/55
reappear; reaper, paHAP1978/03/45
reeducate; reduce, eatATLANTIC1993/03/36
re-educate; reduce, eatWINDJAMMER1986/08/80
Reine Claude; reinclude, eaALF1991/04/70
routines; rut, one, isELJACK*1991/01/25
ruminate; ruin, mateTWEASER1982/07/79
runcible; rib, uncleBLAMMESK1991/07/11
salivate; sat, aliveUNCANNY1992/03/49
salivate; sat, aliveWABBIT1997/09/09
sapience; since, apeAMIGO1980/04/55
sea trout; sat out, "ER"LUNCH BOY1997/10/65
shoelace; solace, heNIGHTOWL1988/05/34
silhouette; site, lout, hueL'ALLEGRO1981/08/22
skittering; string, kiteWRYBOSH & EMBER*2001/11/66
Smilodon; soon, mildCOGITO2001/05/50
spanghew; sang, phewWABBIT2001/01/55
speechify; specify, ehPANACHE1994/06/20
spoilage; soil, pageBRUTUS1981/08/06
squalidly; sully, qaidWROK*1998/10/04
squeakier; saki, queerWABBIE*1993/06/16
squeamishly; squash, EmilyBEO1999/06/28
strathspey; spy, the, ratsJOKER1991/06/66
sunshine; sushi, ENEPANACHE1992/04/57
surmount; sumo, runtMR. TEX1999/04/48
sweetheart; sweat, etherMR. TEX1992/03/11
Szechwan; schwa, ZenQUIP1996/07/26
tantamount; tam, no, tauntBAIRN1978/10/43
tendonitis; tennis, do itHOT1987/07/73
tetrahedron; tether, ran, doBLACKSTONE1984/12/59
Thailand; tail, handMR. TEX1997/01/36
theoretic; to, hereticMANGIE1977/06/48
theory; toy, herIXAXAR1992/05/01
thirty; try, hitATLANTIC1986/07/48
threesome; trees, homeKAMEL1978/02/33
threnody; trendy, hoMANGIE1989/08/28
tourniquet; tort, uniqueQAQAMMER*1989/08/03
tourniquet; tort, uniqueSISYPHUS1994/01/35
trampoline; trap, MolineTWEASER1991/08/79
trimester; Trieste, Mr.SENOR1978/09/56
weasand; wean, sadKAMEL1979/04/25
wheatear; wear, hateKAMEL1978/03/17
whiteness; witness, heJOKER1991/07/47
 
Interlocks (Partially-Reversed)
Games Magazine"; zag, "Enigma", mesaDANDR2001/09/62
jeopardy; joy, drapeMR. TEX1995/01/25
precipices; price, spiceBLACKSTONE1985/07/33
preliminary; primary, nileULLY BYRD*2000/03/34
Saudi Arabia; Saab, Audi, airCORN COB1991/01/37
vengeance; Negev, naceWABBIT2001/08/45
Whoopi Goldberg; bow, hog, pig, olderMR. TEX1996/07/30
yclept; yep, TLCJAELTI1992/10/23
 
Interlocks (Phonetic)
Quidditch; kid, witchXEMU2000/08/59
Wimpy; whip, meCALZONE BOY*1998/09/22
 
Interlocks (Reversed)
Choctaw; watch, ocHAP1980/04/09
helpmeet; temple, ehBLACKSTONE1983/12/32
manumit; tun, ImamCATO1980/07/22
triangles; snit, ElgarNIGHTOWL1977/09/41
 
Isomorphs
Asians, Indian, peopleULK1997/10/40
fifteen, usuallyMANGIE1996/08/16
maintain, potshots, singeingUNIQORN1979/09/41
Tahnan, weldedTAHNAN2000/09/17
 
Isomorphs (Welded)
metathesisTAHNAN2000/09/18
 
Laddergrams
heal, hell, tell, toll, toil {head, tail}DART1997/09/12
 
Lakeway Changeovers
Theron, hieron, Hebron, hereon, heroin, heronsMEKI1997/06/10
 
Letter Banklesses
green around the gills, Thousand Island dressingXEIPON1996/01/16
 
Letter Banks
ablution; tintinnabulationMR. TEX1991/03/06
absit; astasia-abasiaMERLIN1994/02/28
ach; cachaca, cha-cha-chaCERES1984/01/49
achier; Ch'i-ch'i-ha-erhMERLIN1991/05/02
achier; Ch'i-ch'i-ha-erhBEACON1993/12/52
aching; chain gangDOUBLE-H1986/11/29
aconite; antinicotineBEACON1992/09/44
action; catatonicPLOP*1996/01/47
action; toccatina, incantation, nictitationWABBIT2000/07/24
action; connotationBEAGLE1987/07/79
action; connotationBEAGLE1990/09/41
action; incantationJOKER1986/08/14A
actions; incantationsCERES1983/10/49
actions; anociassociationsTWEASER1985/03/26
adores; addressor, roses are red, sore-dreadedNEWROW1985/06/73
adores; roses are redATLANTIC1983/02/02
agentship, night apes; ships that pass in the nightBEACON1996/01/58
agnostic; castigation, antagonisticVEBRILE2001/08/03
agonist; agitationsWABBIT2000/11/26
ail; Laila AliVOKS2001/06/93
ailments; antimissile missileALF1983/02/49
aim; mamma miaWINDJAMMER1992/04/39
air gun; running gagXEIPON1997/05/10
alchemist; semimathematicalALF1985/04/80
algedonics; sidelong glancesBEACON1995/05/36
aliments; antimissile missilesSIBYL1987/06/10
alters; tattersallMAYA1995/06/51
amitrole; time immemorialMAELHU*1997/09/23
ample; Emma PeelKING FRIVOLITY1998/10/75
amuse; assume, masseuseASTORIAN1996/12/60
amuser; usurae usurarumWINDJAMMER1990/07/60
ancestor; consecrateNEWROW1992/02/53
anchored; dodecahedronBEAGLE1992/01/02
anchorets; technocratsNEWROW1992/02/53
anchorites; HecatoncheiresMERLIN1997/09/34
antiblue; tintinnabulateNIGHTOWL1989/08/31
antic; intact, titanic, incitant, tactician, CincinnatiHAP1985/12/36
antic; CincinnatianZEBRABOY2002/01/23
anticlergy; glycerinate, Central Intelligence AgencyXEIPON1994/01/41
anticor; cantoria, raincoat, coronation, incarnation, ratiocinatorRUTHLESS1985/07/19
antics; statisticianKREMLIN1984/05/27
antics; CincinnatiansCERES1983/05/57
antics; statisticiansSENOR1981/12/x02
Antioch; [Canton, China], [Cincinnatti, Ohio]NEWROW1989/11/19
antique shop; the Spanish InquisitionAIIE*1995/03/49
anti-Rome; Marie AntoinetteALF1994/09/46
AOL; "Allo! Allo!"UCAOIMHU2000/10/ku02
aplenty; appetentlyR/EDS1993/12/63
apoise; sea poppies, aposiopesisNEWROW1982/10/46
apoise; aposiopesisJOKER1988/02/05
arc; caracaraXEMU1994/04/65
arced; red cedarANDREAS1995/09/43
Ares; reassessG NATURAL1999/08/64
ariose; "rose is a rose is a rose is a rose is a rose"QAQAQ1992/05/22
arming; grammarianUCAOIMHU1996/07/02
arm's length; hangman's halterMERLIN2001/06/59
arsenic; RenaissanceASTORIAN1997/02/48
articles; secretarial, electric seal, letter carriers, res ecclesiasticaeALF1982/12/10
aseptolin; Lepontine AlpsWINDJAMMER1994/08/21
a short field; idols of the theaterALF1984/07/52
aside; AdidasesPANACHE2001/10/cf10
asmolder; melodramas, SardoodledomTREEDU*1983/10/68
aspired; ParadiseidaeWINDJAMMER1993/09/62
at; tat-tat-tatALF1982/07/26
ate; tete-a-teteSIOBHAN1991/10/54
atheism; metathesisRASTELLI1998/11/38
athrogenic; Gregorian chantMAELSTROM1996/11/57
atimon; onomatomaniaWABBIT2001/09/54
atone; "No, No, Nanette"TREESONG1982/12/41
atriums; tiramisu, Mauritius, traumatismOSART*1996/05/46
atrophic; chiropractor, trichopathic, Hippocratic oathNIGHTOWL1984/07/47
atrophic; chiropractor, Hippocratic oathQED1995/01/71
atrophic; Hippocratic oathALF1987/05/15
atropine; interpenetrationMERLIN1994/06/01
audients; student assistantALF1983/09/29
autosexing; exsanguinationXEIPON1994/02/62
averting; vegetarian, vinaigrettePLANTON1984/12/76
baconiest; Bose-Einstein statisticsXEKI*1995/06/62
bail; alibi, labial, Ali BabaBRUTUS1982/09/06
bail; alibi, bilabial, biblia abibliaNIGHTOWL1986/08/10
bail; Ali BabaMADRAS*1994/11/44
balden; be-all and end-allPANACHE2001/10/38
balder; balladeerDEGAS1993/04/21
balder; balladeerMR. TEX2001/05/65
balm; AlabamaMUSIC MAN1999/09/cf27
baloney; Anne BoleynGAB-F1996/01/55
bandolier; one-dollar billQUIZ1999/02/01
bandster; standard-bearerPANACHE1995/05/05
bandy; banyan dayEOS1983/05/08
banged; bag and baggageNIGHTOWL1985/04/88
banged; bag and baggage???????
bangster; abstergentPANACHE1994/02/60
Banjul; LjubljanaXEIPON1994/03/11
bar; barabaraWINDJAMMER1991/12/17
barge; barrage, bragger, garbage, grabberREYNARD1987/10/20
barge; garbageQUIP1987/07/85
barmily; mirabiliaryALF1991/05/27
baronet; banana root borerBARTOK1999/01/27
base; sea bassCAVEMAN1997/05/64
base; abbessesJOKER1994/12/51
basely; syllablesWINDJAMMER1985/12/86
basinet; bassinet, beatinest, Teenie Beanie BabiesNIGHTOWL2001/01/44
bathers; hartebeestsANDREAS1995/09/64
bathers; The Three BearsWINDJAMMER1987/10/44
baud; dub-a-dubPAP NDROME1988/09/57
bearing out; ["garbage in, garbage out"]TREESONG1992/08/30
beating; Annette BeningCACHE1995/09/24b
beating; Annette BeningMR. TEX2000/05/26
Beaumont; [Butte, Montana]MERLIN1995/10/19
belting; intelligibleWINDJAMMER1988/03/76
Benito's; bee in one's bonnetWINDJAMMER1991/04/81
Bering; beginner, ginger beerTWEASER1983/02/73
Bering; ginger beerJOKER1987/08/30
bilander; breadline, Linda EllerbeeNIGHTOWL1988/04/20
bilge; eligible, illegibleHAP1988/07/71
bilker; killer beeWABBIT1998/06/23
binge; benign, beginningASTORIAN1996/08/40
birthplace; cipher alphabetAIIE*1995/02/02
blanches; cable access channelMAELSTROM1996/01/34
blare; Barbara LeeEEYORE2001/11/50
blase; babbles, baseball, baselessPANACHE1992/11/60
blase; baselessEARL E. BYRD1999/05/67
blase; saleableJERG1983/02/44
bleats; battles, settleableJAZ*1989/02/27
blister; irresistibleOSTRICH1989/12/27
blister; irresistibleBEO1998/12/48
bloaters; laborare est orareMARK DOWN*1994/08/52
boarding; BrobdingnagWINDJAMMER1984/04/95
boarding; BrobdingnagianTREESONG1982/06/72
boarding; BrobdingnagianPEBBLES1991/05/42
boarding; BrobdingnagianXEMU1994/01/53
boarding; BrobdingnagianQUIKER*1997/04/56
boarding; BrobdingnagianXELINT2001/11/06
boating; tobogganingDOUBLE-H1985/06/11
boid; "bibbidi bobbidi boo"WINDJAMMER1993/10/47
Boise; booboisiePHILANA1984/10/06
Boise; booboisieMANGIE1994/01/28
Boise; booboisieWOMBAT1998/08/38
boldens; Blondel de NesleKEOWN*1996/01/52
borscht; Scotch brothXEMU1993/12/51
bother; herb RobertR/EDS1996/05/11
bovines; obsessivenessMR. TEX1999/09/69
boyla; boobyallaMERLIN1996/10/08
boyla; loblolly bayNIGHTOWL1989/03/79
brain; barbarianMR. TEX1998/09/24
breath; heartbeatWABBIE*1992/05/03
Bridey; "Bye Bye Birdie"ELF1982/09/44
Brie; beerbibberPHILANA1984/12/52
bronchia; An Craoibhin AoibhinnQED1996/05/26
Bronte; "to be or not to be"SPHINX1983/09/73
Bronte; "to be or not to be"GAB-F1995/08/13
Bronte; "to be or not to be"AESOP1998/05/24
Brotulidae; butterboat-billedNITWOMAN*1995/02/54
burg; grugru grubULK1985/10/52
Buster; surrebutterWINDJAMMER1989/12/20
cablers; Scrabble, calabrasellaMERLIN1993/02/56
cafe noir; finance officerNEWROW1990/08/09
cahnite; "The Cat In The Hat"QAQAQ1993/12/05
calepins; appliances, pencil case, snail's pace, CaesalpiniaDARK HALF*1998/11/12
calmer; creme caramelMAYA1995/02/34
calmer; creme caramelWABBIT1998/12/65
calorie; clerical collarMANX1988/06/35
camino, Monica; cocainomaniacHUDU1986/03/66
camion; cinnamon, Maconian, monomaniacPANACHE1996/06/48
candiers; scarce-discernedWINDJAMMER1992/10/67
candies; access deniedABACUS2000/09/51
can-do; anacondaLUNCH BOY1996/03/51
can do; "O Canada", "Anaconda"TE-ZIR-MAN1997/06/55
canoeist; consonantciesAIIE*2001/10/50
Capitol; apoliticalCALICOH1983/11/76
capo; poco a pocoUCAOIMHU2000/10/72
Capotes; statoscopeJOKER1992/10/79
caprine; Prince Rainier IIIQUIZ1997/05/40
capsule; applesauceTREESONG1982/02/33
captions; sciatic passionTREESONG1985/02/72
Capulets; usual suspectsIRON*1999/05/28
carbines; Caribbean SeaCORN COB1988/07/67
carmined; Carmen MirandaCORN COB1990/08/62
carmines; Renaissance manAIIE*1994/07/01
cart; attract, cataractBRUTUS1982/07/69
cartons; contractorsNEWROW1992/02/53
cashed; CheeseheadGAB-F1998/02/46
castile; ecclesiasticalTWEASER1984/09/60
castling; Anglicist, scantling, scintillatingHAMMER2000/10/16
castling; static clingWAMMER*1994/07/39
castling; scintillatingJOKER1986/07/17
catling; lancinatingWABBIT1999/01/09
catskin; Kansas CitiansBEACON1996/06/52
cautioners; cater-cousins, Eastern Connecticut State U.QAQAMMER*1991/02/81
celations; litiscontestationalMERLIN1994/03/73
centrifugal; lunatic fringe, artificial languageTAHOE*2001/10/11
centroidal; declaration, entente cordiale, [Littleton, Colorado]NEWROW1999/07/52
certain; arctic ternWABBIT1994/02/74
certain; cairn terrierXEBEC*1993/12/61
certain; tricentenarianALF1983/03/01
chain store; Christina Rossetti, character assassinationXERAX*1994/11/65
chain store; character assassinationMANX1989/09/19
chaired; CharadriidaeAIIE*1995/05/11
chanters; hen scratchMAELSTROM1998/06/02
chantries; scratchiness, Caithness-shire, Saint Catherines, Christian ScientistMERLIN1998/06/59
chants; catch-as-catch-canBEO2000/02/06
chants, snatch, stanch; catch-as-catch-canUNCANNY1992/03/16
chapiters; sharp practicesDIRTY JACK1990/03/27
chaplets, steeplechasePANACHE2001/05/70
chapournets; "The House At Pooh Corner", sans pour et sans reprocheMARK DOWN*1994/07/76
chapters; catchphrase, space heater, teacher's pet, Cape HatterasNEWROW1986/09/31
chapters; Cape HatterasJOKER1992/12/64
chapters; rat trap cheeseWINDJAMMER1989/01/50
chapters; rat trap cheeseMAYA1994/11/14
chariest; charities, theatrics, treacheries, characteristicWABBIT1998/04/11
charioted; read the riot actPAP NDROME1987/05/05
Charles; searchlessUCAOIMHU2001/02/34
Charleston; Charlton HestonBLACKSTONE1986/01/54
Charlies; clairschacherMERLIN1993/04/43
Chartism; Maastricht, Christmas cactiNEWROW1993/10/58
Chatino; catachthonianNIGHTOWL1982/07/59
Cher; reche, rechercheTWEASER1984/10/83
Cher; rechercheTERRAPIN1994/12/54
Cher; rechercheSAXIFRAGE1999/11/41
Chileans; Alice In Chains, Nine Inch NailsVEBRELVIN*2001/01/12
chimera; ice-cream chairMERLIN1998/01/35
chino; cinchonicTHE POO1985/05/55
chlordane; candleholder, hole-and-corner, lord chancellorMERLIN1995/02/38
choate; ChattahoocheeNIGHTOWL1989/11/06
choirman; monarchomachicWABBIT1996/06/37
choirs; cirrhosisSISYPHUS1993/12/11
choke; check hookWOMBAT1998/01/40
cholates, eschalot; chocolates, CaloosahatcheeULLY BYRD*1999/07/46
Chopin; PinocchioTRAZOM1987/03/18
Chopin; PinocchioMR. TEX1998/07/03
chortles; cholesterol, clotheshorseXEIPON1993/03/24
chortling; rolling hitchMALK*1995/10/81
cinder; dernier criULK1990/06/54
citherns; Chinese crescentMERLIN1999/03/67
Citroen; reconnoiterNOOK*1998/12/39
citrons; contortionisticILLUMINATOR1992/11/26
claret; cellaretBEAGLE1982/06/29
claret; accelerateUNCANNY1990/08/04
claret; cellaretteWABBIT1991/01/06
clarets; scarlet letterBEACON1993/09/20
clarinet; canine letter, antarctic circleMERLIN1999/10/57
clarinet; recalcitrantWABBIT1996/12/14
clarinets; sales resistanceQAQAQ1990/03/54
clarionet; Lorraine TerraceALF1984/08/08
clayiest; ecstatically, acetylsalicylicALF1987/08/67
clearwing moths; "How The Grinch Stole Christmas"GREEN X AND HAM*2000/11/23
cledonism; closed-mindedAIIE*1997/02/36
clients; scintillescentOSTRICH1989/06/17
clink; killikinickQUIP1982/03/16
cloaked; cock-a-doodle-dooMERLIN1992/09/70
cloned; condolenceCORN COB1988/02/20
cloned; colleen donnMERLIN1990/04/39
closing; Lincoln logsTE-ZIR-MAN1986/11/49
clothes; close to the chestMAYA1994/01/45
clothier; heteroclite, helioelectric, orthochlorite, erotic thrillerUCAOIMHU2000/05/42
clues; successlessUCAOIMHU2001/06/30
clunked; knuckle-kneedMERLIN1991/09/38
coal miner; America OnlineMOBOT2002/01/48
coastline; escalation, constellation, calls attention to, Continental ScaleJOQAMMER*1989/04/29
coastline; Atlantic Ocean'sOSTRICH1990/02/13
coinage; oceangoingMEKI1997/12/11
coirs; scissors, crisscrossULK1982/06/20
cola; callalooMERLIN1991/02/75
cola; callalooWABBIT1996/07/20
comparing; Nomar GarciaparraSPORT GNAT*2000/11/47
compendiary; Canadian Opera CompanyXEIPON1996/11/54
complainer; macroeconomic principleMp1984/05/61
complaints; inclination compassALF1989/12/55
comprise; microprocessorMR. TEX2001/01/67
computers; Supreme CourtCORDIE*1988/08/31
comrade; creme de cacaoMANX1994/10/47
Comtian; manicotti, concomitant, contaminationPANACHE1994/11/62
confers; cross referenceFRIDAY 131983/10/53
conger; greengrocerATLANTIC1982/07/55
conphile; Philip CohenQUAKER*1999/06/50
conquest; sonnet sequenceTRAZOM1994/01/29
consider; crise de conscienceXEIPON1994/06/11
conspire; in-process, one-piecers, coprisoners, corn poppies, con espressione, scorpion irises, price concessionsQAQAMMER*1988/05/39
construe; run-on sentenceBEO1999/04/19
contrawise; Sir Isaac Newton, worst-case scenarioNEWROW1995/06/02
contrives; convenience storeMANX1991/08/83
contrives; convenience storeAIIE*1996/04/47
cops; poop scoopWINKER*1988/12/10
copulates; [tout passe, tout casse, tout lasse]NEWROW1985/08/09
coquet; coute que couteWINDJAMMER1993/09/49
corneas; CarcassonneSIOBHAN1993/05/14
cornfield; Federico FelliniSIBYL1991/03/64
cornfield; Federico FelliniSETEC1993/09/84
corpse; pooper-scooperULK1995/12/39
corpulent; pourcontrellMERLIN1998/02/61
Cortina; carnation, attraction, Iran-Contra, contrariantPANACHE1988/06/27
costumier; meretricious100 XOWN*1995/05/14
Coumadin; incommunicadoPANACHE2001/09/35
countervail; Vatican rouletteDART1998/10/65
counties; conscientiousnessHART KING1983/02/35
countries; insurrection, counterterroristALF1983/01/69
courtesy; success storyLEAFLET*1995/02/53
courtship; Corpus ChristiMAYA1995/08/29
cousin; innocuousTWEASER1982/03/51
cousin; innocuous, unconsciousDOUBLE-H1982/03/72
cousin; concussion, unconsciousR/EDS1998/10/11
cousin; concussion, unconsciousMR. TEX2000/06/15
cousine; unconsciousnessMR. TEX2000/06/15
crankiest; kinetic artistMERLIN1997/09/20
crashed; charades, Cheddar cheeseHAP1982/07/02
crashed; scarehead, researched, Cheddar cheese, recessed archesWAMMER*1994/09/83
crashed; cheddar cheeseMR. TEX2000/05/07
creation; reincarnationJOKER1987/07/52
cremations; commiseration, American scoter, econometricians, misconsecration, nonsectarianism, Interstate Commerce CommissionQAQAMMER*1988/02/37
cremations; misconsecrate, Martin Scorsese, American trottersCACHE1998/04/21
cretin; enteric, reticent, eccentric, internecineHAP1986/01/27
cretin; eccentricASTORIAN1997/03/40
cretinous; resurrectionistEARL E. BYRD1997/05/72
cripe; precipiceTREIPONG*1989/08/05
crone; coronerGECKO1984/03/36
crowds; crosswordsWINDJAMMER1984/11/10
crumble; cerebellumASTORIAN1997/04/39
crumble; creme bruleeWABBIT1998/12/64
crustal; ultrastructuralEBEAM1987/02/46
crusted; seductressSPHINX1985/03/74
cuboidal; Claudio AbbadoXEMZOM*1999/07/66
cubs; succubusSPHINX1985/04/42
Cubs; succubusR/EDS1993/09/72
cues; successesULK1983/08/19
culteranismo; Marcus Aurelius Antoninus CaracallaMERLIN1992/07/21
Cupertino; "Point Counter Point"NIGHTOWL1986/06/03
curbstone; broncobusterENDGAME1997/04/45
curliest; sericulturistUCAOIMHU1997/12/43
curtain pole; antenuptial contractALF1987/11/19
cytosine; consistencyANOMALY1999/08/59
Daltonism; Italian SomalilandMERLIN1986/06/41
Daltonism; Italian SomalilandNEWROW1993/02/35
dangerous; Dungeons and DragonsXEIPON1995/01/58
daring; Diana RiggKING FRIVOLITY1998/10/74
Darth; drahthaarXEISONG*1989/05/04
dative; titivatedWINDRIFT1993/05/34
daubster; dear Brutus, butterbreadsALF1982/10/02
daughter; "The Graduate"XEMU1996/09/59
deafish; fashed his headTRASH1992/09/42
dearth, hatred; hard-heartedCRAX1994/06/08
defrosting; "Finding Forrester"MR. TEX2001/01/18
dehorting; "the right thing to do"XEMU1996/04/48
delaying; leading ladyWABBIT1999/04/10
demonic; comedienneMOZAMBIQUE*1998/08/32
Dems; Ed Meese, meseemedALF1987/07/39
dentosurgical; Screen Actors Guild, rectangular coordinates, Count Alessandro di Cagliostro, United Nations Secretaries-General, "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion"XEIMHU*2000/03/31
dentosurgical; recreational drugs, religious education, cordial understanding, according to regulationsG NATURAL2000/05/21
departing; and a partridge in a pear treeATLANTIC1982/12/01
departing; partridge in a pear treeMEATY*1994/12/08
departs; ad astra per asperaWINDJAMMER1987/05/02
departs; ad astra per asperaOSTRICH1989/08/40
depot; too pooped to pop53371998/09/46
dermatic, time card; materia medicaWABBIT1999/03/50
dermatoglyphics; third Olympic GamesNEWROW1989/10/72
devilry; lily-liveredWINDJAMMER1992/06/29
devilry; lily-liveredAL G. BYRD1996/11/08
dewlap; wa-wa pedalWABBIT2001/02/53
diacle; lead-lead acid cellNIGHTOWL1987/04/64
dialogs; idioglossiaMR. TEX1995/02/06
diapers; disappearedWINDJAMMER1991/01/50
diatom; ommatidiaEBEAM1985/05/09
dibstone; disobedient, die in one's bootsALF1984/06/32
dice; decided, deicideFULDU1997/05/37
dilater; radial tireMAB1989/06/10
dinar; DardinianUCAOIMHU1996/04/54
diner; reindeerQUIXAR*1994/02/57
diner; reindeerBEO1998/12/04
dipterans; Stars and StripesNIGHTOWL2000/06/14
directs; restricted districtNIGHTOWL1988/07/49
direst; distressedMR. TEX1997/07/50
discountable; alien abductionsMERLIN2001/08/75
discrepant; piece de resistanceAIIE*1996/05/54
discrepant, predicants; interspaced, piece de resistanceNEWROW1986/05/24
disenamor; Dennis RodmanPANACHE1996/10/13
dishwater; shatterwittedWABBIT1997/12/16
dismal; mislaid, dismissalHAP1983/03/85
dismantle; "Adelaide's Lament"BEACON1996/03/ku01
doable; blood-bedabbledCUE CARD1995/03/68
doctrinal; critical conditionMR. TEX1994/09/61
documentary; uncommendatoryLUNCH BOY1997/12/79
dog; good GodATLANTIC1991/11/75
doge; good eggEP*1997/04/11
donates; Oneonta sandstoneMERLIN1993/08/45
dories; dossier, side doors, disorderedNEWROW1990/01/06
dormient; demimentonniereMERLIN1987/03/30
double; blue-bloodedALF1984/05/40
doubting; indigo buntingWABBIT1993/12/33
dowels; swelldoodleJOKER1989/10/58
Dozier; deodorizedTREESONG1982/08/31
draglines; Gerald Eisner, Dr. Gerald R. RisingBEACON1993/01/39
drawliest; wild wisteria, distilled water, Letterer-Siwe diseaseMERLIN1998/12/53
dreg; degreedQLENKI*1995/01/40
drinkables; Barenaked LadiesSTORYTELLER1997/06/16
duet; tut-tuttedATAX*1994/11/24
Dufy; fuddy-duddyAIIE*1998/04/18
dumpling; plum puddingTREESONG1982/02/32
dungier; enduring, gerund-grinderMERLIN2000/02/35
dustier; detritus, dress suit, sturdiest, distrusted, truditur dies dieNIGHTOWL1992/11/30
dwelt; TweedledeeWINDJAMMER1991/03/01
earplugs; purple passageMERLIN1999/09/10
earplugs; purple passagesXEIPON1995/09/77
earshot; "The Rose Tattoo"LUNCH BOY1995/10/77
earthling, real thing; lighter-than-airEARL E. BYRD1999/03/10
earthlings; "it's the real thing"BEACON1993/01/55
earthlings; general anesthesiaSPRIG*1999/02/09
easy; asses'-eyesWABBIT1996/04/58
educations; United States Tennis AssociationXEIQAQ*1993/11/06
e.g.; geggeeTWEASER1984/03/72
egos; goose eggULK1996/10/28
egos; goose eggHAMMER2001/06/85
elastic; EcclesiastesLARRY1985/12/71
elastic; ecclesiasticalMR. TEX2000/11/06
elbowy; yellowbellyAL GEBRA1989/12/03
Elvira; revival, lavalliereJO THE LOITERER1990/09/23
emarcid; camaraderieWABBIT1997/10/16
emigrant; Rene MagritteLANX1996/05/45
emigrant; engagement ringANX1996/11/70
emigrant; engagement ring, Gretna Green marriageXEMU1996/11/15
emigrant; Gretna Green marriageMERLIN1986/01/92
emigrants; Maria Getana AgnesiWINDJAMMER1987/02/31
emulation; Tonto National MonumentMERLIN2001/08/44
enamour; rue anemonePAP NDROME1988/10/59
encrust; sentence structureALF1984/09/79
engrasp; green papersWINDJAMMER1994/11/40
Enigma; Game GenieQED1994/11/09
Enigmas; singing gameWINDJAMMER1985/02/21
enrich; Heinrich HeineTRAZOM1988/05/17
enrich; chincherincheeLARRY1983/01/20
enrich; chincherincheeQUGIE*1994/07/46
enrich; chincherincheeWABBIT2001/12/56
ens; Sen-SenCORN COB1986/03/62
entails; stainless steelJERG1983/06/47
entrails; transliterateBLAMMESK1994/08/17
entraps; serpent eater, transparentnessEARL E. BYRD2000/05/16
entropic; petitio principiiAIIE*1996/07/61
epigram; grim reaperXEMU1998/04/15
epsilon; possessionlessnessUCAOIMHU2000/07/14
erasion; in reason, Eero SaarinenG NATURAL2001/02/18
ergotism; "Miss Otis Regrets"LUNCH BOY1998/10/45
erupt; puppeteerMR. TEX1999/02/23
Erving; VereenigingMERLIN1999/08/15
escorting; concerti grossiSIBYL1989/03/64
estival; live via satelliteDOUBLE-H1987/11/65
eta; tete-a-teteUCAOIMHU2000/07/13
etaoin shrdlu, outlandisher; South Sea IslanderXEMU2000/07/28
ethrog; George Groth, get-togetherGEORGE GROTH1988/09/54
eurysomatic; State Security CommitteeXEIPON1994/01/42
Evita; tittivateALF1987/10/38
extras; ArtaxerxesATLANTIC1982/11/63
fabledom; beef a la modeWINDJAMMER1994/07/12
factioned; confidante, edification, decaffeinated coffeeHAP1988/03/51
factoring; gratificationGAB-F1995/05/64
factors; carrot soft rotWINDJAMMER1990/03/51
failed; fiddle-faddleBEAGLE1987/06/17
failed; fiddle-faddleBEAGLE1990/09/82
fair; riffraffWINDJAMMER1985/03/77
fair; riffraffJOKER1987/03/59
fair; riffraffMR. TEX1998/09/70
Falmouth; a mouthful, Mutual of OmahaAIIE*2001/10/cf08
fancier; caffeine-freeAI1996/06/50
fanciers; financiers, Frasier CraneMR. TEX2001/11/58
farce; carafe, carefreeAPRIL CHICO*1985/08/33
faster; sassafras teaQEKI*1995/08/24
father; hereafterBEAGLE1982/05/77
fathomers; "Theme From Shaft"L'UNIQUE*1998/08/06
fealty; LafayetteAVIDAN1989/03/21
fealty; [Lafayette, LA]G NATURAL2001/02/77
fears, safer; sassafrassesULK1984/10/42
feints; fitness, feistinessPANACHE2001/09/70
feral; farfel, farfalle, referralPHILBY*1998/10/33
Ferio; ferrieroGEORGE GROTH1991/12/47
Fidel Castro; electrostatic fieldMERLIN2001/01/03
field; fiddledeedeeHUVIDONG*1983/11/21
filamentous; "Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet"WINDJAMMER1994/04/57
filanders, filanders, fire lands; Finlanders, Fire Island, "In Flanders Field"NIGHTOWL1986/03/74
first-done; ironfisted, foredestined, "Tennessee Ernie Ford"BEO2000/07/17
fivers; free-versifiersXEMU1994/04/23
five-star; versifiasterBRILLCON*1992/04/25
flame; alfalfa mealCUE CARD1995/10/02
flea; falafel, leaf fallHAP1987/04/26
flinders; Lee-Enfield riflesNIGHTOWL1986/02/63
fly casting; statistically significantXED*1997/09/10
foe; feoffeeULK1984/07/70
fog; go off, goof-offMERLIN2000/06/76
fog; goof-offBRILLIG1991/10/50
fog; goof offTEX-MEX*1995/04/52
foisted; eisteddfodR/EDS1995/06/61
forensical; Francis of Sales, cross of Lorraine, [Fresno, California]MERLIN1998/03/23
fornicate; center of attentionKRAY2001/06/ku01
foster land; art of self-defenseNEWROW1995/08/63
fothers; set forth, see the forest for the treesDANGLER*1999/08/21
four; froufrouMR. TEX2001/01/28
fractions; Francis Scott, Saint-Francois, nostrificationNEWROW1986/03/78
fractions; Saint Francis of AssisiWINDJAMMER1987/02/32
fractions; Saint Francis of AssisiBARTOK1997/12/10
fractions; Saint Francis of AssisiQUIZ1998/09/cf33
Fred; refereedJERG1986/05/49
freight; firefighterMR. TEX1999/06/05
freight; fire fighterDEGAS1993/04/49
Friedans; a friend in need is a friend indeedMR. TEX1997/08/24
frigates; Steffi GrafANOMALY1997/09/51
frivoled; overfilled, live free or dieNEWROW1988/04/47
frondage; Garden of EdenLANX1996/05/60
frontages; Orange Free StateWINDJAMMER1987/10/72
front dives; Ditters von DittersdorfSIBYL1987/07/33
Frostian; Strait of OntarioMARK DOWN*1996/04/50
fruit; tutti-fruttiSIBYL1988/07/15
Galois; glossolaliaG NATURAL1999/09/46
gambles; baseball gameOSTRICH1992/03/73
game points; ptomaine poisoningMERLIN1989/05/45
garble; algebra, garbage barrelCOFFEE1987/06/65
garbled; gall bladderCORN COB1994/02/13
garden; Gadarene, rearrangedJOKER1987/09/55
garments; stage managerAIIE*1996/04/03
garnets; terrasse greenMERLIN1993/11/04
Gauls; Gallus gallusUCAOIMHU2000/02/62
Gdynia; yin and yangSPHINX1984/08/24
gear, rage; garage, reggae, arrearageSAL1990/04/68
gelati; tagliatelleAIIE*1995/09/62
genius; ensuing, genuinenessULK1991/06/58
genius; genuinenessNIGHTOWL1982/02/06
Geraint; reiterating, rainette greenWINDJAMMER1994/06/72
Germanics; screaming meemiesULK1997/11/27
Germanist; meistergesangAIIE*1994/11/07
G flats; FlagstaffHUDU1984/02/32
Ghost Dance; chanson de gesteAIIE*1993/12/23
giant-ply; igpay AtinlayNEWROW1990/12/ku
Ginza; zigzaggingULLY BYRD*2000/10/13
girandoles; Legionnaires' diseaseNEWROW1988/04/01
girandoles; Legionnaires' diseaseAIIE*1994/10/61
Giza; zigzag, ZagazigHAP1988/09/70
Glendora; golden-ager, Ronald ReaganMERLIN1997/12/54
glower; George OrwellAIIE*1998/05/38
gnarled; an adrenal glandEBEAM1986/01/82
goalie; Galileo GalileiJOKZOM*1989/07/38
goalie; Galileo GalileiMR. TEX1994/12/76
godfather; Order of the GarterXEMU1999/11/29
goes; goose eggSPHINX1983/11/51
Goethians; the goose hangs highUCAOIMHU1997/01/54
Gomer; Roger MooreGAB-F1996/01/37
gone; NeogeneUCAOIMHU2000/04/49
gored; do-gooderLEAFLET*1993/07/43
got clear; electoral collegeTRAZOM1992/08/39
Gothlanders; the long and the shortNIGHTOWL1985/12/82
Gouda; OuagadougouNEWROW1982/03/68
Gouda; OuagadougouMERLIN2000/05/66
grade points; prestidigitationXEMU1999/08/29
gramps; pampas grassULLY BYRD*2000/10/21
granolite; tolerating, Oregon Trail, [Atlanta, Georgia], toilet trainingMERLIN1997/07/12
Grape-Nuts; pregnant pauseWAMMER*1997/06/56
greatly; tattletale grayWINDJAMMER1985/05/12
greatly; tattletale grayQAQAQ1989/10/41
great minds; Sana and I are getting marriedDOUBLE-H1985/10/01
greats; Easter eggsWINDJAMMER1987/04/86
Grecian; carrageeninCUE CARD1995/09/60
gremlin; glimmering, Glenn MillerBEO1999/01/63
grievant; vinegar-generatingMERLIN1994/01/40
grievants; assertiveness trainingWABBIE*2000/09/62
groaned; orange dog, green dragonMERLIN1998/06/32
ground meat; GotterdammerungNIGHTOWL1998/07/12
groutmen; muttonmongerMERLIN1992/05/35
groves; George ReevesMR. TEX1992/10/08
guitars; SagittariusDOUBLE-H1983/11/88
guitars; SagittariusXEIPON1987/04/52
guitars; SagittariusROSEBUD1997/11/29
habits, tisbah; Bahaist, Tishab-b'AbMERLIN1998/04/41
habitus; busts his assALF1994/11/53
hackster; character sketchAIIE*1994/06/05
Hadley; addleheadedlyMERLIN1994/05/07
hail; allah illah allah, la ilaha illa allahOSTRONG*1990/11/14
haircuts; circus catchMAELSTROM1996/06/60
halest; hatless, athletes, at the least, TallahasseeNEWROW1989/04/64
halest; stealth, hasteless, at the latest, TallahasseeWRYBOSH2000/11/10
halved; levelheadedHAP1988/02/71
handwrites; weather-stained, white-headed terns, has three sheets in the windTREESONG1982/05/58
handwrote; "And Then There Were None"WRYBOSH2001/11/35
hantle; Ethan Allen, Nathan HaleTRAZOM1988/02/30
hardest; death threatsTRAZOM1991/12/51
hardiest; heart diseaseTREESONG1995/12/24
Harding; Indira GandhiMR. TEX1995/01/03
harems; smasher hammerMERLIN1993/12/19
harmonised; Dennis Rodman's hairEARL E. BYRD1996/08/08
harpies, shar-pei; pharisee, periphrasisMR. TEX2002/01/61
harvesting; Sargent ShriverMR. TEX1994/10/74
hatred; death threatWRYBOSH2000/12/25
heading; hidden agendaAIIE*1995/06/71
heard; hardheadedHAP1982/01/34
heart bond; [been there, done that]CACHE1998/03/32
hearts; street theaterMANX1998/09/cf12
hectors; "The Sorceror"UCAOIMHU1998/07/25
helipad; PhiladelphiaHAP1982/08/78
helipads; Philadelphia PhilliesANOMALY1998/10/29
hemina; HahnemannianMERLIN1995/03/21
heralds; hard sell, dress rehearsalNEWROW1995/04/60
heralds; dress rehearsalMANX1983/07/66
heralds; dress rehearsalWABBIE*1992/05/77
hinters; "These Thirteen"QUIZ1997/02/57
hocket; cheek toothGARK*1996/03/72
hodge; hedgehogBLACKSTONE1983/10/32
hog-Latined; "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night"CACHE1998/09/07
holandries; Rhode Island RedWINDJAMMER1994/04/06
Horace; ChroococcaceaeQEMU*1995/11/45
horned; rhododendronCERES1983/01/77
horned; rhododendronTRAZOM1988/05/75
horned; rhododendronMR. TEX1998/01/43
hortensia; rest on his oarsNEWROW2001/07/40
hospital; this too shall passMR. TEX1996/03/34
hostile; stiletto heelWABBIT1997/04/24
hot line; nineteenth holeATLANTIC1983/01/61
house martin; Heauton TimoroumenosTREESONG1982/11/36
husband; Buddha's-handAIIE*1996/05/53
hypsometric; psychometric, psychrometric, microspectrophotometry100 DOWN1996/06/63
hypsometrical; amyotrophic lateral sclerosisXEMU1999/06/73
hysterical; celestial hierarchyULK1997/06/35
ice rafts; aircraft carriersMERLIN1985/12/77
ice storm; micrometeoritesMERLIN1988/09/68
ideal; diddle-daddleHUVIDONG*1983/11/22
ideals, ladies; sallied, sidesaddleTOKAY*1998/10/30
if-clause; felicific calculusXEMU1999/01/37
importance; per capita incomeXEIKI*1995/09/52
imps; MississippiRASTELLI1994/10/04
imps; MississippiBARTOK1998/06/36
income; noneconomicULK1982/03/39
incomes; omninescienceNIGHTOWL1991/08/60
incomes; socioeconomicXEIKI*1995/09/51
incomputable; multiplication tableXEMU1993/11/53
incourages; consciousness-raising sessionsTWEASER1983/12/07
incubators; Constantin BrancusiXEMU1994/10/79
indurate; tried-and-trueAIIE*1996/05/18
indurate; tried-and-true, unentertainedWABBIE*2001/05/45
infectors; science fictioneerXEIPON1994/12/67
in force; conferencierNEWROW1990/08/09
ingathers; hair straightenerXEBEC*1994/07/11
in-goal; algolagniaELF1985/02/54
inhale; "Annie Hall"TE-ZIR-MAN1985/02/46
ink; Kinki, kinnikinnikPLANTON1983/10/71
Inoceramus; ocean marine insuranceBEAKI*1995/11/39
inoculates; silent auction, lieutenant colonelsEARL E. BYRD2000/09/45
insearch; chicaneriesJOKER1989/04/79
insect; necessitiesIXAXAR1995/11/19
inspector; stereopticon, in retrospect, prince consort, process printer, reception centers, petites perceptionsQAQAQ1991/05/08
instable; stainable, banalities, insatiable, tennis ballsXEIPON1993/09/64
insulated; Aleutian IslandsWRYBOSH2000/12/46
integral; General GaltieriTREESONG1982/10/67
integrals; Nielsen ratingsMERLIN1995/04/15
intermodal; terminal deletionAIIE*1996/02/22
interposal; personalities, ils ne passeront pasLUNCH BOY1996/01/38
interposal; split personalities, anterior nasal spines, internal respiration, proportional representation, Stapleton International AirportHUDU1985/12/32
inters; resistent, sinisternessPAP NDROME1987/06/66
in the cards; Hans Christian AndersenXEMU1997/09/61
invade; David NivenASTORIAN1997/03/12
invest; insensitivenessMERLIN1994/07/70
investor; noninterventionistHUDU1985/07/31
involucrate; Vatican roulette, Villanova culture, auriculoventricular valveMERPHIMER*1990/07/04
iod; dido, Iddio, diiodo-, oidioidOSTRICH1991/02/43
irate; reiterateJERG1985/08/80
iron-faced; idea of referenceNEWROW1990/08/09
isocrat; acrostic, Costa Rica's Oscar AriasNEWROW1988/05/38
Istanbul; insubstantialXEIPON1996/03/30
itcheoglans; National Collegiate Athletic AssociationXEMU1998/03/01
Ito; ototoiTREESONG1995/03/45
jail; jai alaiTYGER1995/10/38
Jesuitry; [j'y suis, j'y reste]CACHE1997/02/33
just; jujutsuTREESONG1990/10/53
kai; akaakaiMERLIN2000/05/39
Kelvin; Kevin Kline, Evel KnievelMR. TEX1997/04/22
kin; kinnikinnikIXAXAR1992/07/03
kinetographs; knee-high to a grasshopperTHE BELLED CAT*1999/12/17
knitwear; Kiri Te KanawaTREEDU*1987/07/09
knitwear; Kiri Te KanawaALF1988/11/40
labored; roller bladeSLIK1994/09/69
lacustrine; unrealistic, natural scientist, ulnar recurrent arteriesMERLIN1996/12/10
lacustrine; inarticulateness, "Alice's Restaurant", Renaissance literatureXEIMHU*2000/12/07
ladies; sidesaddleKEA1995/08/17
lairstone; Aristotelian, alliterationist, interlinear translationUCAOIMHU2001/08/38
Lamech; mlechchhaDANDR1998/09/27
Lance; calcanealTREESONG1995/03/45
land; Alan AldaFAMULUS1984/03/56
land; Alan AldaLARRY1986/10/29
land-girt; giant granadillaMERLIN1995/02/69
larch pines; pencil sharpener, Sir Charles Spencer ChaplinTREESONG1989/11/57
Laredos; roadless, Eldorados, saddle soresHAP1987/06/52
latching; anti-Gallican hitchXEMU1995/02/76
late; telltale, tattletaleNEWROW1982/02/62
lathen; latent heat, Nathan LaneUCAOIMHU2002/01/50
lather; "The Tell-Tale Heart"CALICOH1983/07/35
lather; "The Tell-Tale Heart"MANX1985/03/64
lather; "The Tell-Tale Heart"MR. TEX1999/12/42
law; Walla WallaPEBBLES1993/02/34
lens; senselessnessSHRDLU1983/07/45
lens; senselessnessMR. TEX1990/03/84
lens; senselessnessSANIT1991/04/24
leopard; Doppler radarTHEM*1986/12/31
lethargic; cigarette lighterXEBEC*1994/04/37
lethargic; cigarette lighterMR. TEX1999/02/07
lethargic; great-circle chartALF1983/10/12
lexicography; xerographicallyMERLIN1995/10/57
Libra; barbaralaliaALF1983/08/32
lied; diddle-deeTWEASER1986/02/41
liefs; fliffisesTHE POO1985/04/02
life; "If I Fell"EMBER1998/09/34
ligaments; smelling salts, Tailtean GamesALLU*1983/06/26
ligaments; animal magnetism, gentlemanlinessXEBEC*1994/02/05
light-years; "Earth Girls Are Easy"XEMU1996/09/70
Lima'd; Dalai LamaFEARLESS1998/12/40
limped; millipedeALF1986/10/45
Linear B; rain barrel, "Liber Aniani", inenarrableUCAOIMHU2000/06/26
lines; illnesses, sillinessALIKER*1993/07/27
lines; silliness, Leslie NielsenMANX1982/11/30
lines; silliness, Leslie NielsenTE-ZIR-MAN1989/05/18
lines; silliness, Leslie NielsenTALON1991/08/68
lion; nonillionTREESONG1992/04/03
lipogram; paromologia[XI]*1995/08/74
lip-read; parallelepipedJOKIE*1987/02/27
lip-read; parallelepipedMEKI1995/11/60
loafer; free-for-allALF1983/01/85
loafer; free-for-allMADRAS*1995/04/74
locate; toto caeloUCAOIMHU1997/10/63
locates; too close to callNEWROW2000/11/03
lockram; alarm clockWABBIT1999/09/cf35
lofts; footstoolsLANX1995/03/61
log; googolATLANTIC1982/09/61
log; googolBARTOK1999/05/58
log sander; Los Angeles DodgersOSTRICH1992/03/74
Loire; Lorelei LeeEMBER2001/01/47
long-parted; [Portland, Oregon]ATLANTIC1995/09/28
loud-screaming; Nero Claudius Caesar Drusus GermanicusMERLIN1986/08/50
lover; revolverBEACON1992/02/58
lycanthropies; psychopathic personalityXEIPON1996/02/20
machine; main chanceMAYA1995/04/39
machines; Chinaman's chanceATLANTIC1982/08/15
machoest; stomachacheTREESONG1995/12/23
macintosh, monachist; schistosomiasis mansoniBAT BOY*1998/01/77
Madrileno; "Million Dollar Mermaid"QUIZ1999/02/36
maestro; toastmasterMAYA1995/06/79
magus; massasaugaMAELHU*1997/12/01
Magus; massasaugaSPHINX1985/01/06
mailers; MarseillaiseMR. TEX1994/09/37
malchite; metamathematicalMERLIN1994/08/10
males; ma'amselleTWEASER1985/01/42
malteds; Madame de StaelTRAZOM1989/03/31
mandible; Dame Nellie MelbaWINDJAMMER1987/11/30
manicures; Neiman Marcus, American sumac, marine insuranceWINDJAMMER1990/08/69
manifest; antifeministWABBIE*1992/04/12
manifestly; Italian-style false feminineUCAOIMHU1999/10/46
manioc; cinnamon, monomaniacHAP1988/11/26
manito; onomatomaniaTWEASER1986/12/54
manliest; sentimentalismLUNCH BOY1995/11/22
manliest; sentimentalistUNCANNY1992/05/49
march stone; archaeoastronomersNEWROW1992/02/53
margin; grammarian, anagrammingALF1982/08/72
margin; anagrammingBARTACHE*1998/10/51
martins; Martians, transmit, Samaritan, trimarans, Santa Maria, transitmanPANACHE1996/05/58
mashing; hang him as high as HamanALF1987/07/38
master; stammerers, "Sesame Street"MANX1983/06/28
master; tetrameters, street smartsWRYBOSH2001/06/79
master; "Sesame Street"TRAZOM1987/07/12
master; "Sesame Street"STORYTELLER1997/01/47
match; tacamahacAIIE*1996/02/48
meanish; HahnemannismAIIE*1994/05/60
melanosity; Saint Simeon StylitesTRAZOM1990/06/10
menial; lineman, mailmen, mainline, El Alamein, Immelmann, millennial, nail enamelG NATURAL2000/01/23
menial; millenniaFAMULUS1987/07/05
mentorship; ["Tom, Tom, the piper's son"]WINDJAMMER1994/04/56
merinos; misnomer, immersion, nine-men's morrisOSTRICH1990/01/08
merlons; remorselessnessEARL E. BYRD1996/11/10
mesophytic; metempsychosisSNORED*1996/03/27
metals; stalematesJERG1982/12/50
metaphors; potato masherWINDJAMMER1994/02/23
midparents; mean-spiritedness, predestinarianism, Dear Madame Prime MinisterUCAOIMHU1998/06/08
midsole; mesdemoisellesMERLIN1994/11/35
migrants, smarting; anagrammatistsELF1985/04/85
migrates; games mistress, stratagematistsALF1987/02/08
Milhaud; Muhammad AliMR. TEX1996/06/57
minaret; entertainmentMR. TEX1994/11/60
minorated; Dandie Dinmont terrierWOMBAT2000/03/09
minor scale; noncommercialismGAB-F1996/07/41
minotaur; nonruminantQUIZ1997/12/45
minters; semiretirementANDREAS1994/09/75
minute drops; pseudo presentimentALF1988/03/08
minutes; einsteiniumJERG1991/06/32
minutes; einsteiniumR/EDS1993/06/17
minutes; einsteiniumALIKER*1993/06/51
mirage; remarriageTWEASER1983/04/80
misanthrope; one man's meat is another man's poisonXEIPON1996/01/79
miscreant; necessitarianismELGAR1997/10/51
miscreant; SacramentarianismULK1996/08/34
mislocate; [l'etat, c'est moi]WINDJAMMER1994/10/55
miso; osmosisBEO1999/03/26
mistake; makes time, "Kiss Me Kate", ktema es aeiJAQ THE QATERER*1988/11/17
mistake; "Kiss Me Kate"EMBER1999/12/49
mistake; "Kiss Me Kate", "Take Me As I Am"EMBER2002/01/27
mistake; ktema es aeiWABBIT1997/04/19
model basin; Osama bin LadenDANDR2001/11/52
moilers; Errol MorrisLUNCH BOY1997/12/77
moister; MorrisetteDRAY*1999/04/38
moister; stereoisomerismNIGHTOWL1998/02/58
monarchies; maraschino cherriesGEORGE GROTH1983/08/37
Monet; moment, memento, monotonePANACHE1988/04/65
Monica L.; monomaniacalQUIZ1999/09/cf12
monster; tormentors, stem to sternMR. TEX1998/01/16
monster; tormentors, roses monteesWINDJAMMER1989/10/52
montage; megatonnageMR. TEX1998/08/52
mop; pom-pomALICE2001/10/04
mordancies; "Crimes And Misdemeanors"MR. TEX1997/05/35
mordancies; "Crimes And Misdemeanors"Q-BAR*2000/03/27
morsel; more or lessQUIXAR*1994/02/71
morsel; more or less, remorselessPANACHE1988/12/60
mortise; meteorist, stereoisomerismJOKER1992/12/38
moschatel; schoolmate, selachostome, smallclothes, chocolate moths, settle the stomachMERLIN1998/07/59
mothers-in-law; woman is the lesser man, Sir Walter Norman Haworth, Ernest Thomas Sinton WaltonXEMU1996/02/43
moucher; mercurochromeJERG1983/05/71
moults; tumultuousCROWMAN1991/10/26
mounted; denouementWINDJAMMER1993/07/65
mounts; monotonousMANGIE1984/12/38
mourne; numero unoXEIPON1993/10/06
mousetrap; ['autres temps, autres moeurs']BEACON1992/11/36
"Mousetrap"; measure up toG NATURAL2001/11/27
Mousterian; mountaineers, instrumentationTREESONG1990/07/22
Mr. Peanut; run a temperatureX-MEN*2001/09/cf13
mu; muumuuUCAOIMHU2000/07/15
murgeon; rumormongerWABBIT1998/09/14
mustache; much the same, MassachusettsUCAOIMHU2001/02/13
mustache; MassachusettsALF1982/06/11
mustache; MassachusettsWINDJAMMER1989/04/65
mustier; emeritus, mistruster, summertime'sPANACHE1987/03/09
mustier; summertimeWINDJAMMER1992/10/81
mute; meum et tuumWINDJAMMER1992/05/13
mute; meum et tuumUCAOIMHU1995/09/02
Naples; sleep apneaTWEASER1988/10/14
nasethmoid; handsome is that handsome doesXEMU1995/10/55
nastier; entertainersWABBIT1992/08/68
nastier; assassinatress, Tartarian asterELF1982/11/06
native; va et vientWINDJAMMER1992/07/85
Negroids; green goddess dressingALF1985/12/53
neighbor; herringboneMAYA1994/12/10
neolith; the nineteenth holeBEACON1993/04/15
neophrastic; Terpsichorean, copartnership, anticensorship, operations research, transposition ciphers, parent-teacher associationMERLIN1984/06/01
neophrastic; terpsichorean, attraction sphere, Christiania epoch, operations research, photoreconnaissance, transposition cipher, parent-teacher associationXEMU1999/03/65
Ner Tamid; indeterminate, MediterraneanMERLIN1993/05/13
neuroplasmic; alumina porcelains, Papanicolau smear, primrose peerless narcissusMERLIN2000/01/35
'Nig; inningJOKER1987/07/18
Nigel Short; The Rolling StonesWRYBOSH1999/07/40
night; ninth inningBEACON1991/04/40
nightery; Henry the EighthMANX1983/05/35
onna, prima donnaling her where to get offTREESONG1982/07/44
nightmares; time-sharing, "The Eastern Enigma"NEWROW1994/04/58
Nikes; kinkinessPANACHE2001/10/cf10
Nogales; Los AngelesWRYBOSH2001/05/72
noise; SessionsMERLIN1997/05/34
noms; monsoonJOKIE*1995/05/43
Noriega; nonearningNEWROW1988/04/01
nose; no-nonsenseMR. TEX1996/08/50
no sweat; ["waste not, want not"]WINDQAQ*1992/04/13
notables; absentee ballotWRYBOSH2000/12/03
notices; nonscientist, conic sections, inconsistentnessQED1995/08/72
noticers; interconnectionsIXAXAR1992/08/70
not valid; Antonio VivaldiTRAZOM2000/08/10
no use; sensuousnessTRAZOM1988/12/63
novels; nolens volensR/EDS1993/11/22
novice; connive, convince, inconvenienceCORELTI*1989/11/29
novice; inconvenienceULK1983/02/12
novice; inconvenienceKEA1994/08/02
nude; unnunnedAL GEBRA1991/09/75
nuptial; lilliputianXEMU1994/01/54
nuptial; LilliputianQUIKER*1997/04/55
nursemaid; midsummer madnessQAQZOM*1989/04/34
nursemaid; midsummer madnessXEBEC*1994/06/49
oaten; antenoonWINDJAMMER1994/03/77
observant; absentee voter, [se non e vero, e ben trovato]TREESONG1989/12/36
observant; [se non e vero, e ben trovato]EARL E. BYRD1997/08/10
old master; steamrollered, all roads lead to RomeQAQAMMER*1987/11/59
Olenus; sell one's soulMERLIN1993/03/38
Olestra; as a last resortSPRIG*1999/02/49
oliprance; Alcora porcelainMERLIN1995/05/54
on a dime; diamonded, demimondaineCACHE1995/06/15
on a dime; demimondaineTHEM*1986/09/81
ones; nonsensePLANTON1986/08/35
on the cards; archdeaconates, ascended the throne, tessarescadecahedronNEWROW1990/03/12
opals; Apollos, Appaloosa, lollapaloosaHAPOWL*1988/07/26
opals; AppaloosaMANGIE1982/08/57
opals; lollapaloosaSAL1990/08/17
open arms; poor-man's-pepperALF1982/09/68
operatic; troop carrierLEAFLET*1993/08/26
opined; in deep doo-dooWABBIT1998/12/45
orangeish; hoarsening, going ashore, George HarrisonKRAY2002/01/05
ordeals, reloads; saddle soreWABBIT1994/05/62
organist; "Air On A G String"XEIPON1995/01/33
oriental; internationalWRYBOSH1998/05/56
Orientals; alterations, Antonio Salieri, irrationalities, Aristotle Onassis, international relationsWINDQAQ*1987/12/10
Orientals; listen to reason, loose translation, international relationsANOMALY2001/09/31
Orleanist; Antonio Salieri, Aristotle OnassisBEO2000/03/38
orpiments; PostimpressionistAIIE*1996/11/04
ortanique; Quentin TarantinoKEA1995/05/ku01
osculate; cellulose acetateXEMU1993/11/74
ostmark; kosmokratorMERLIN1993/04/03
ostrich; cross-stitchMAYA1996/08/46
ostrich; trichoschisisDART1997/11/30
ouster; stouter, trousers, retroussePANACHE1988/12/06
ouster; stouter, trousers, retrousse, stertorousHAP1983/08/48
outside; seditious, tout de suiteLUNCH BOY1996/04/37
outsin; union suitCACHE1995/08/04
outspread; spotted sea troutJOKER1992/01/79
outwish; tu-whit tu-whoosQED1995/09/47
overhands; Sarah Havens SandoTREESONG1994/04/13
owed; woe-weddedWIBYL*1993/04/27
oxbrake; [brekekekex, ko-ax, ko-ax]TREESONG1990/05/37
oy; yo-yoTWEASER1983/03/55
ozarkite; Rootie KazootieCHESS*1997/07/49
pained; PinnipediaNIGHTOWL1983/02/32
painterly; interplanetarySIBYL1989/04/72
painters; antiperspirantCACHE1995/03/40
palindrome; Arnold Daniel PalmerXEMU1998/06/20
palinodes; on pins and needlesWINDJAMMER1987/08/06
Palmerin; Minnie Pearl, Elaine Renner LippmanWRYBOSH1999/10/06
Palmerin; Elaine Renner LippmanBEACON1993/01/40
panegyrist; green-tip spray, trans-Egyptian, tapestry paintingsALF1986/04/33
panelist; pieplants, Italian paste, palatine nasal spineQAQAMMER*1988/09/26
pantheism; statesmanship, methamphetaminesSPROGNAT*1999/11/02
panther; "The Parent Trap"EMBER1998/09/48
panties; pastiness, antisepsis, inspissatePANACHE1992/07/18
parentdom; potato rot nematodeMERLIN1999/09/38
parodic; coracoprocoracoidXEBEC*1994/05/44
particles; capital letters, partial eclipse, past participle, practicalitiesWINDQAQ*1988/05/19
partied; pied-a-terreCORN COB1992/10/78
parties; stripteasersALF1984/05/80
patchery; charter party, Terry PratchettUCAOIMHU1999/06/27
patchworked; the redheaded woodpeckerHAP1982/11/24
patrimony's; missionary positionAIIE*1996/03/18
patronised; stride piano, tetradiapason, disproportionateMERLIN1995/10/69
patrons; Toronto RaptorsASTORIAN1997/05/12
Pauline's; Pinellas PeninsulaWINDJAMMER1994/07/23
pearls; press releasesXERAX*1994/10/76
pectoral; copperplateMAYA1995/01/44
pectoral fins; centripetal forces, tropical rain forest, artificial respiration, professional corporationXEMU1998/02/71
pelargonium; realm-unpeopling, programming language, Guillaume ApollinaireXEKI*1996/09/45
pelicans; pineapple essenceMERLIN1999/07/71
Peorians; aspersion, in propria personaCRAX1994/06/35
percolating; general practitionerMERLIN1995/08/05
peril; liripipeR/EDS1994/03/72
permit; prime timeR/EDS1993/09/53
Persian; arriere-penseeBTNIRN1999/04/26
person; Spooner, responseSPHINX1984/05/65
pertain; irrepentant, Tappertitian, interpenetrateMERLIN1991/01/79
pet rock; pocket protectorKAR TALK*1998/10/71
petrol; Peter O'TooleFAMUGIE*1992/12/44
phenom; hoopmen, Phnom PenhMERLIN2001/09/87
Pheny; hyphen, Henny-PennyMERLIN1999/06/29
phrase; sheepshearersNIGHTOWL1983/05/79
phrasing; high-aspiring, Spanish grass, spring grain aphisHUDU1983/09/24
piedmontal; Neapolitan mandolinMERLIN1993/02/19
pincers; princess, crepiness, resipiscenceHAP1987/07/83
pincers; princess, precisenessMR. TEX2000/03/05
pinker; nipperkinVISITOR1985/03/25
Pinter; interpreterHUDU1982/12/46
pirate; repatriateCALICOH1983/10/21
pirate; repatriate, tripartite, pater patriaeMARK DOWN*1994/07/56
pirate; tripartite, pitter-patterIXAXAR1986/06/67
pirate; pater patriaePANDA1998/12/57
pirate; pitter-patterMR. TEX1994/11/03
place; a cappellaBEO2000/10/58
plainest; "Sleepless In Seattle"LEAFLET*1993/09/42
plainest; "Sleepless In Seattle"BARTIST*1998/12/29
Planets; Salt-N-Pepa, pleasantnessBEO1998/09/23
planished; lead apes in hellMERLIN1992/10/49
Plato; laptop, Palo AltoMR. TEX1993/02/45
platyrhine; Elephantine papyriQUIZ1997/04/35
plectra; receptacleWABBIT1993/02/06
pleonastic; Niceno-ConstantinopolitanMERLIN1992/05/02
plighters; The Three Little PigsBEACON1992/01/72
poach; Ccapac cochaALF1985/02/65
poach; Ccapac cochaTAHNAN2001/09/65
poetry; prototypeCACHE1996/04/72
poised; dispossessedL'ALLEGRO1983/10/59
pointe; epitonion, petitionee, totipotent, nonpenitentUCAOIMHU2000/06/22
pointer; repetitionMp1984/08/75
pointer; preteritionBLA'MANGE*1995/12/49
pointers; prepositionsJOKER1987/04/39
polecat; Pocatello, PopocatepetlCALICOH1984/08/15
polecat; Pocatello, PopocatepetlSTITCH1984/08/69
poles; popeless, peoplelessULK2000/01/65
policeman; noncomplianceWRYBOSH1998/09/03
polish; philophilosophosCUE CARD1995/05/07
polite; little peopleWINDJAMMER1984/12/61
polite; little peopleNIGHTOWL1992/05/27
Pontiac; incapacitationMR. TEX1997/06/47
ponytails; loyal oppositionWINDJAMMER1993/11/12
porcelain; plain-paper copierXEIPON1995/10/39
porches; phosphoresceHUDU1985/04/46
portal; tattoo parlorNO NIT*2001/10/67
pose; posse, posses, possess, possessesTWEASER1988/09/20
poseur; presuppose, prosperousPANABLES*1994/01/18
poseur; superprosperousMERLIN1988/08/54
postcenal; spectacle stonesMERLIN1988/10/39
poster; Pete Rose, protesterNEWROW1989/06/12
poster; protester, reporters, Ross PerotPANACHE1992/06/34
poster; Ross PerotASTORIAN1996/12/41
postmedian; stop on a dime, demand deposit, disappointmentMERLIN1997/12/84
posture; preposterousATLANTIC1982/06/85
posture; preposterous, trouser presserNEWROW1989/06/12
pralines; "ripeness is all"PANACHE1998/03/16
prate; reparteeJERG1984/08/72
pratincoles; pictorialness, protonotaries apostolic, International Air Transport AssociationXEIPON1993/10/70
prawns; Saran WrapASTORIAN1997/01/07
preachings; [Her Serene Highness, Princess Grace]WINDJAMMER1987/07/97
pre-built; pit bull terrierWAMMER*1997/01/19
precautions; transportation insuranceMERLIN1985/10/46
precious; precocious, perspicuous, preoccupiesANEMONE1983/01/12
premolts; storm petrelCUE CARD1995/03/32
prescout; prosecutor, StreptococcusNEWROW1989/06/12
preston; person-to-personMERLIN1993/07/54
price; pierce, precipiceANEMONE1982/03/82
prices; Reese's PiecesWINDJAMMER1985/01/50
primate; imparter, part-time, petite marmiteJOKER1988/11/21
profile; "Proof Of Life"VEBRILE2001/01/16
prohaste; sharpshooterR/EDS1997/03/66
pronates; poste restanteUCAOIMHU1997/11/20
pronates; ape's paternosterERIC1983/09/13
prose; operose, espressoJOKER1991/02/69
prose; prospers, possessor, prepossessPOLLY1993/08/14
prose; prepossessBARTOK1998/02/15
protea; paratrooperMAYA1995/01/09
provident; overprinted, preventive detentionNEWROW1992/06/42
prudes; super-duperULLY BYRD*2001/01/26
prune; runner-upPAPNJAMMER KIDS*1988/08/35
prune; runner-upQUIP1994/01/13
prytanis; Anastasi papyriMERLIN1994/11/20
psalm; malasapsapsMERLIN1989/09/62
ptomaine; pantomime, temptation, onomatopoeiaWINDJAMMER1984/09/06
ptomaine; temptation, onomatopoeiaASTORIAN1997/02/20
ptomaines; temptations, passion-smittenALAQNE*1988/02/55
pukes; seppukuMERCIBYL*1988/04/54
punster; entrepreneursWABBIT1992/10/72
punster; entrepreneursLANX1996/10/55
punter; entrepreneurMR. TEX1997/06/60
punter; entrepreneurLAUL*2001/02/39
purse; suppress, peer pressureMR. TEX1997/12/42
purveys; "spy versus spy"XEIPON1994/01/ku01
pyrolusite; surreptitiouslyWABBIT1993/02/31
quasi-plectron; le coeur a ses raisons que la raison ne connait pointMERLIN1997/04/29
quiet, quite; etiquetteDOUBLE-H1987/03/49
quite; etiquetteCRACHE*1993/11/46
quite; etiquetteKAPRIOLITY*1999/05/39
Quonset; TeutonesqueAIIE*1997/05/58
raciest; scare tacticsUNCANNY1991/10/66
racket; racetrackerWINDJAMMER1984/06/49
racket; racetrackerJOKER1991/03/49
radiomen; Don Adriano de ArmadoTRAZOM1987/11/06
rained; dinanderieNIGHTOWL1989/04/60
rake in; "Anna Karenina"LEAFLET*1994/01/65
Ralf; "Al Aaraaf"LUNCH BOY1999/04/30
ramping; parmigianaWINDJAMMER1986/08/33
rancid; acid rain, circadianNEWROW1982/09/32
rapist; partis prisTRASH1991/10/ku01
rates; teatasterMERLIN1986/02/18
ratholes; "she sells seashells at the seashore"AIIE*1994/04/07
ration; irritation, Torontonian, [Toronto, Ontario]HAP1983/05/41
ration; intranation, [Toronto, Ontario]SLIK1994/04/63
ration; [Toronto, Ontario]Mp1983/05/30
ration; [Toronto, Ontario]OSTRICH1990/07/35
rationed; deterioration, tradition-riddenALF1983/07/69
rations; transistorsLANX1995/09/81
raunchiest; Chinese restaurantBEAIP*1994/09/53
raunchiest; Christian churchesXEIPON1996/01/71
react; et ceteraSPHINX1985/06/63
reads; addressedATLANTIC1983/04/48
realign; Ginger EllaALF1987/11/40
realism; lamaseries, "La Marseillaise"BEACHE*1991/06/24
realism; "La Marseillaise"CRAXIE*1994/09/35
recital; arctic circle, letter carrierMERLIN1999/10/58
recitals; stats articleGAB-F1998/07/04
redactions; dictionaries, indoctrinates, air conditioners, interior decorators, cease and desist orderWINDJAMMER1986/11/54
redo; odder, eroded, ordered, doddererJO THE LOITERER1988/10/02
Red Wings; wedding dressLANX1996/11/69
reflations; false iterationNEWROW1999/04/57
regional; [La Grange, Georgia]NEWROW1988/04/01
Reichstag; cash register, Agatha ChristieG NATURAL2001/11/36
reign; engineeringSPHINX1985/07/11
reign; engineeringMR. TEX1998/09/25
relation; internationalMAYA1994/08/75
relict; electric eelNIGHTOWL1986/05/56
reloading; railroad engineeringNEWROW1988/04/01
relocating; general electionWRYBOSH2000/04/07
relocating; allergic reactionTRAZOM1993/09/77
remains; Miss MannersWRYBOSH2000/04/23
rematching; cigarette machine, Magic: the GatheringTREESONG1995/05/41
renails; rainlessness, Eliel SaarinenG NATURAL2001/02/19
rental; tarantellaBEAGLE1982/04/02
repaint; paper-trainJOKER1991/09/58
repasting; sparring partnerALF1984/02/63
reposit; Pierrots, portieres, posterior, operettist, properties, stereopsis, repertoires, osteoporosisMOW DOWN*1999/03/44
res; seeressBARTOK1999/06/34
resin opal; Lee Press-on NailsQUIP1992/11/16
rest; stress, tersestHAP1988/05/44
restyling; interestinglyWABBIT1994/11/21
retail; illiterateWINDJAMMER1990/02/51
retains; interest ratesRABBIT1983/10/77
retains; assassinatressesMERLIN1990/12/76
revolt; love letterWABBIT1994/06/10
revulsion; nervous NelliesULK1996/10/66
rhapsodic; aphrodisiac, harpsichord, phosphoric acidMERLIN1998/08/34
rho; horrorUCAOIMHU2000/07/16
Rhodesia; horseradishJERG1987/08/65
rhopalics; parochial schoolXEMU2001/01/69
ribald; billiard ballMR. TEX1999/04/03
riches; Cheshire CheeseAIIE*1994/04/40
ridable; riddle ballad, barrel-belliedALF1985/01/31
ride; derriereWABBIT1994/05/61
ride; derriereMR. TEX1999/04/04
rides; sidedressWINDJAMMER1991/09/42
ringed; Redding RidgeHUDU1984/02/31
rinsable; brainless, bleariness, rain barrels, isabelline bearNIGHTOWL1987/03/03
riposte; poet-priestR/EDS1994/11/56
rituals; Alula AustralisMERLIN1994/10/73
rivet; retrieverOSTRICH1990/03/37
roaming; Giorgio ArmaniMR. TEX1996/09/16
roasting; Ringo StarrMR. TEX2000/03/16
rode; dodderedIXAXAR1992/02/55
rodent; nondeterrentTWEASER1986/07/81
rodential; trial and error, international date lineMERLIN1993/07/40
Rogaine; nonagenarianG NATURAL2000/03/77
roles; sore loserG NATURAL1999/02/32
romaine; Marianne MooreMERLIN1994/06/50
Romanist; ministrationsJOKER1989/08/73
romantic; cinnamonrootWABBIT1998/07/09
rondeau; roadrunnerMAYA1995/06/17
rondeau; Road RunnerXEIPON1995/06/52
ropiest; posterior, proprietorsMR. TEX2001/11/65
roughens; unsung heroesPANACHE1998/08/17
roughest; through streetALF1984/10/81
roupiest; superstitious useALF1993/10/17
routines; nissue trout, nutritiousnessMERLIN1997/10/24
rowlandite; "Winter Wonderland"WINDJAMMER1995/01/16
R. Southey; ["You're too shy shy, hush hush eye to eye/Too shy shy, hush hush eye to eye/Too shy shy, hush hush eye to eye/Too shy shy, hush hush"]QUIZ1998/12/ku01
Rubens; Bunsen burnerXEMU1999/03/56
ructions; strict constructionistsMERLIN1983/12/25
ruminate; armamentariumSIOBHAN1994/06/63
ruminate; armamentariumULK1999/04/42
Rumsfeld; self-murdererG NATURAL2001/10/42
Ruthenias; "A Raisin In The Sun"UCAOIMHU1997/06/05
Sabine; Beanie BabiesMR. TEX1999/03/71
sable; assessableULK1982/09/22
sachet; attache caseWINDJAMMER1992/12/65
sadly; salad daysWABBIT2001/02/33
salmonet; eat someone's saltWABBIT1997/11/50
salmonid; "no man is an island"KEA1994/09/55
saltine; stainless steelNIGHTOWL1987/07/65
same; Emma SammsBEACON1992/12/73
sample; plasmalemmaWINDJAMMER1992/03/38
sampled; Adam's appleWINDJAMMER1994/05/63
sand hole; Donna Edna ShalalaBEACON1995/08/68
sanity; asininityL'ALLEGRO1982/10/15
Satie; tattiestJOKER1992/06/15
satori; Astoria, sartorii, oratorios, trattoriasG NATURAL2001/05/15
saucily; Cassius ClayGAB-F1995/01/70
saucily; Cassius ClayMR. TEX1998/07/41
saute; statuetteJOKER1990/10/15
sauter; stature, treasure, restaurateurTWEASER1984/01/73
sauter; austerest, treasures, sussurates, restaurateursELF1985/06/88
savored; overassessedWABBIT1994/06/77
sawtimber; Merriam-WebsterBEMUSED*1994/08/19
sawtimber; Merriam-WebsterWINDJAMMER1994/08/76
scalped; call a spade a spadeXEMU1999/12/57
scalper; Caesar's PalaceMR. TEX1994/08/24
scaring; raising CainMR. TEX1999/10/12
scarlety; crystal-clearWINDJAMMER1994/05/02
scenario; oceanic areas, reconnaissanceCERES1983/08/82
scenario; concessionaire, reconnaissanceALF1986/07/79
sclerotin; enterocolitis100 XOWN*1995/05/13
score; sorcererSPHINX1984/03/46
scream; MacassareseUCAOIMHU1998/08/50
"Scream"; massacreDART1999/05/31
scythework; "The Rocky Horror Show"ROW U*1999/01/28
sea; assessesIXAXAR1985/03/68
sea froth; Fast of EstherMERLIN1993/04/60
sea froth; "Horse Feathers"BEO2000/03/46
seaport; state trooperWRYBOSH1998/09/02
Seconal; loose cannonBRILLJAMMER*1992/10/50
section; inconsistentMp1984/11/04
secular; a cruce salusR/EDS1996/05/33
sedan; dead endsSPHINX1986/01/56
sedation; destinationWABBIT1992/08/63
seldom; meddlesomeULK1982/11/43
seminal; millennialismSIOBHAN1994/06/45
semiplant; septimanal, mental spine, planetesimals, penitential psalmsWINKER*1989/06/33
semolina; Missa solemnisAIIE*1997/11/33
senator; Rosetta stoneASTORIAN1997/05/29
senator; rest on one's oarsNEWROW2001/07/40
senhorita; tear one's hair, that's neither here nor thereKRAY1998/11/67
senhorita; that's neither here nor thereAIIE*2001/02/A4
sepia; Pippa PassesALF1989/11/34
sepia; "Pippa Passes"WINDJAMMER1984/01/70
sepia; "Pippa Passes"NIGHTOWL1988/10/68
sepia; "Pippa Passes"XEMU1998/01/61
seraph; "Harper's", paraphrase, sheepshearerSAXUAL*1999/12/14
seraph; paraphrasesDIRTY JACK1990/06/20
Serbian; Arabian senna, Siberian irisesMERLIN2000/02/22
sermonic; crimsonness, commissioner, microeconomics, senior common roomJOJAQ*1988/06/19
servantdom; [vade retro me, Satana]XEMU2000/03/74
setback; basket caseULK1996/01/75
shade-grown; wrongheadednessMERLIN2000/09/11
shafting; AfghanistanBEO2001/11/47
Sharon; Rosh HashanahKEA1994/10/39
sheila; Haile SelassieXEMU1995/01/02
Sheraton; EratosthenesSHRDLU1987/06/41
Sheraton; rest on her oarsNEWROW2001/07/40
shifter; heiferettesSIBSER*1991/05/60
shipment; [Memphis, Tennessee]NEWROW1983/02/26
shipment; [Memphis, Tennessee]WRYBOSH2000/04/59
shmenury; nursery rhymeUCAOIMHU1997/07/68
shoecraft; feather staccatoALF1983/12/47
shoplifter; "Little Shop Of Horrors"QAQAQ1988/03/17
shoplifter; Little Sister of the PoorWABBIE*2001/01/38
shore; horseshoerRANDD1999/04/44
shorten; hornet's nest, The Three Tenors, "there's no there there"XEMZOM*1996/05/07
short-limbed; lobster thermidorXEMU2001/01/57
showering; George GershwinMR. TEX2001/10/40
showering; George GershwinXOR2001/10/65
Showtime; the hostess with the mostestT MCAY1999/09/01
shrimped; ephemerides100 DOWN1992/10/44
Shylock; schlocky, hollyhocksCORN COB1991/12/34
Sibyl; billy-bisMERLIN1994/06/41
Sibyl; silly BillyLUNCH BOY1997/05/24
sidelong; golden oldiesWINDJAMMER1987/01/10
signature; saint augustine grassWABBIT1995/10/04
silent cop; scintilloscopeMERLIN1991/10/02
simp; Miss MississippiZEBRABOY2001/08/28
simple; semiellipsesATLANTIC1983/03/28
simpleton; Stone Temple PilotsASTORIAN1996/11/32
since; scenic, science, incensesPOLGIE*1991/06/64
sinful; nullius filiusAIIE*1994/10/21
Singapore; opera singer, passenger pigeonsNIGHTOWL1985/06/27
Singapore; passenger pigeonULLY BYRD*2000/02/45
singled; gens d'egliseBEACON1992/03/21
sinuated; testudinates, United StatesianNEWROW1993/04/04
site; testiestJERG1984/03/24
skaldic; lackadaisicalPAP NDROME1986/11/06
skein; kinkinessDIRTY JACK1990/07/32
skein; kinkinessVEBRILE2000/10/09
skin; sikinnisULK1986/05/11
slaking; galligaskinsMERLIN1992/08/66
slate; tasteless, tessellateANDREAS1993/07/13
Slavic; Via LasciviaWINDJAMMER1992/09/07
slept around; underpopulatesALF1988/08/60
slot machine; Michael Tilson ThomasXEMZOM*1999/07/67
smarten; reassessmentSAPPHO1999/09/39
Smaug; MassasaugaMERLIN1994/06/42
snailed; Ellis IslandPANACHE2001/12/61
snake oil; [Kankakee, Illinois]Mp1983/06/17
snatch; catch-as-catch-canELF1982/07/10
snatch; catch-as-catch-canMp1985/04/72
snatch; catch-as-catch-canAL G. BYRD*1997/07/15
soaking wet; it takes two to tangoENDGAME1997/04/10
soapier; prosopopoeiaXEIPON1994/01/15
social; loci classiciULLY BYRD*1999/12/53
social; Coca-Cola ClassicQAQAQ1988/04/73
societal; ecclesiastico-statisticalMERLIN1986/12/26
soda; dos-a-dosMANGER*1988/12/12
soften; festoon, footstone, toffee-nosePANACHE1997/11/28
sol; sooloosMANGIE1986/09/43
soldier ant; dilatoriness, "Tristan And Isolde", international date line'sPAP 'N HOWL*1988/01/01
solemn; lonesomenessTWEASER1982/12/54
somatic; staccatissimoAIIE*1993/10/21
sortie; stories, resistor, terrorist, sororities, rotisseriesULRICH*1990/10/77
sortie; stories, sororities, territoriesREYNARD1987/06/22
sotie; otiose, "Toot Toot Tootsie"PANACHE1997/06/49
sotnia; station-to-stationMERLIN1993/07/55
sour; susurrousPOLLY1986/04/69
souvenir; venisonivorousTRAZOM1990/02/09
Spergula; purple passagesJOKER1992/03/04
spheroidal; "A Shropshire Lad", ["Pale Horse, Pale Rider"]XEMU1999/04/08
spindle; splendid, pine needlesWINDJAMMER1986/07/05
spiral; sarsaparillaMAYA1994/10/37
spiral; sarsaparillaFOOBAR1996/01/21
spirocheta; septic sore throatWABBIT1995/09/57
splathering; angel-hair pastaMAELSTROM1996/06/58
splinter; teleprinters, Ellen Ripstein, spiritlessnessWINDJAMMER1992/11/40
spoil; oil spill, lollipopsWOODIE1983/07/07
spouter; posturer, supporters, preposterousUNCANNY1990/08/72
spring; inspiringJUNIOR1984/05/21
springhald; splitting hairsDART1997/11/31
sprinted; predestinedASTORIAN1996/10/50
sprinted; priest-riddenBEACON1993/09/48
square knot; Kronos QuartetALCATRAZ*1995/09/06
squinter; equestrienneULKER*1991/07/78
squinter; equestrienneCACHE1997/01/58
stabler; Tearless BattleERIC1982/10/43
stair; artist, satirist, sitaristTE-ZIR-MAN1985/03/49
stambouline; Lebanon MountainsMERLIN1996/11/19
stapler; platters, apple trees, paper plates, rattletrapsWINDQAQ*1988/04/33
starveling; vestal virgin, everlastingnessWABBIE*1997/07/21
stealing; eglantines, genialities, legislating, intelligentsia, legal assistantKING SAX*1999/11/06
stealing; intelligentsiaPHILANA1984/10/07
stealing; intelligentsiaMR. TEX2000/12/21
stein; Einstein, sentient, insentientTWEASER1985/05/50
stein; nineteen-ninetiesQAQAQ1989/12/75
stein; nineteen-ninetiesMR. TEX1995/12/06
steno; too-soonnessMERLIN1993/05/51
Sterno; testosteroneJERG1984/07/64
steward; eastward, westward, stewardess, sweaterdressPEBBLES1994/01/59
stewing; WittgensteinAIIE*1997/07/36
sthenia; the Tennessee TitansMERLIN2000/03/30
stomped; tempest-tossedCACHE1995/06/50
stomper; storm trooperLANX1996/10/21
stone crab; Beacon StreetALF1985/03/36
stoned; ten-to-one oddsENDGAME1998/10/17
stonily; Sonny ListonMR. TEX1998/07/42
strainedly; Latter-day SaintsNIGHTOWL1999/04/53
strange; gangsters, NarragansetWINDJAMMER1991/07/03
strange; NarragansetDOUBLE-H1985/08/31
strange; NarragansettEARL E. BYRD1997/04/37
stream; mattress, street-smart, seamstressesWINDJAMMER1992/07/68
streamling; regimentals, alar ligaments, egalitarianism, magisterialness, intertanglements, trial engagements, marriage settlementMERLIN1987/08/01
streamling; intersegmental, egalitarianism, similar triangleUCAOIMHU2001/01/37
stridency; identity crisis, Dictys CretensisUCAOIMHU2002/01/65
string pea; sign painter, sparring partnersMERLIN1988/03/30
stumper; trumpet treesAI1995/08/44
stupor; "support our troops"BEACON1992/04/46
subtile; TeletubbiesENDGAME1998/11/60
sum; muumuusIXAXAR1983/01/81
sunbathed; de haut en basWINDJAMMER1994/08/45
sunder; rudeness, underdressedWINDJAMMER1991/12/44
supergiant; septuagenarianWABBIT1994/02/38
supergiant; Sagittarius serpentariusXEIPON1994/04/38
superthin; entrepreneurshipALF1985/07/68
supertonic; persecution, counterpoise, percussionists, precipitousnessHAP1988/04/12
supra-ethmoid; pseudohermaphroditismALF1985/08/68
sur; Ursus, susurrusTWEASER1982/11/80
surfeit; fruiterersPANACHE2001/05/62
surged; ruse de guerreBEACON1992/02/07
suricate; scar tissueXE MUON*1994/12/78
sweating; WittgensteinianXEMU2000/10/18
swine; newsinessXERAX*1994/10/77
table; "La Belle Et La Bete"CACHE1996/03/22
tabled; debatableEleanor McKernan1990/06/34
tacos; staccato, coast-to-coastMR. TEX2000/03/37
taeniform; afterfermentationMERLIN1993/09/81
tail ends; "Ten Little Indians"WRYBOSH2001/11/35
tampers; Pete SamprasASTORIAN1996/10/20
tans; Santa AnaHUDU1984/02/33
tarmosined; semidiatesseronsMERLIN1989/08/20
tarnished; Dennis HastertWRYBOSH2001/12/54
tarnished; "Hannah And Her Sisters"ALF1986/11/77
tarnished; "Hannah And Her Sisters"MR. TEX1994/06/53
Tarquin; quatrain, antiquarianG NATURAL2001/08/05
tavern; venerate, ventre a terreNEWROW1989/05/29
tavern; revertant, ventre a terreWINDJAMMER1994/05/38
tear; terre a terreWINGIE*1993/04/42
tears; Teresa StratasTREEDU*1987/07/08
tea shop; posthaste, toothpaste, hot potatoesTALON1991/08/93
Tech; ChechehetUCAOIMHU2001/01/15
tedious; tout de suiteBEACON1994/11/34
tempuras; puppet master, superstratumTREESONG1990/09/01
tenacious; Constitution State, action consciousnessALF1984/12/20
tenors; stentor, rottenstone, testosteroneULLY BYRD*1999/08/35
tenors; testosteroneULK1982/10/06
tenors; testosteroneJOKER1992/08/28
tenors; testosteronesQEDOWN*1994/11/50
terminals; silent treatmentEARL E. BYRD1998/08/53
terminals; interministerialNIGHTOWL1998/11/57
terminals, tramlines; silent treatmentJOKER1992/05/55
terms; semestersATLANTIC1982/10/21
terms; semestersDART1994/10/02
Texas; estate taxMERLIN2001/02/62
thanked; "The Naked And The Dead"HAP1986/07/23
thanked; "The Naked And The Dead"MR. TEX1998/02/07
theirn; thirteenthMANGIE1988/02/72
therblig; "let there be light"XEIPON1994/08/14
"The Rivals", shirttail relativeWINDJAMMER1994/11/25
thermal; rare-earth metalMANX1983/08/69
thickens; kitchen sinkDANDR2001/12/24
thine; nineteenthDOUBLE-H1987/12/30
tholepins; HellespontineALF1988/04/67
Thomas Prince; thematic apperception testELF1986/01/71
thoraces; orchestrate, scattershot, cheese toaster, Rorschach test, at each other's throatsMERLIN1996/09/47
thoraces; at each other's throatsXEMU1996/09/02
thorn devil; violet-horned, "Olive, The Other Reindeer"UCAOIMHU2001/12/06
those; hostessesWINDJAMMER1990/04/54
threading; radiant heatingPOIP*1992/11/65
threnodical; Richard the LionheartedMARK DOWN*1996/01/51
thrones; short snorterNIGHTOWL1989/05/07
Thuner; Herne the HunterMERLIN1995/02/22
tie your hands; thyroarytenoideus, hide your head in the sand, nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nineBARTOK2001/09/23
time loan; mental alienationMERLIN1985/07/59
time loans; see into a millstoneMERLIN1992/09/01
time lock; Tickle Me ElmoMERLIN1998/03/07
tinders; inserted, trendiest, disinterestednessJO THE LOITERER1993/09/24
tingle; intelligentHAP1983/10/07
tinker's dam; Denmark StraitDART1999/06/47
tirades; disaster areaMERLIN1995/01/06
tisane; Saint-Saens, Einsteinian, assassinatesTREESONG1994/11/36
toenails; Italian sonnetXEBEC*1993/12/08
toled; toddle, Toledo, toodle-ooPANACHE1996/07/72
"Tom's Diner"; "Modern Times", remoistened, densitometer, tridimensionedHAMMER2000/12/39
toners; testosteroneMR. TEX1997/06/67
tonic; concoctionSTRIP1982/03/01
tonic; concoctionPHILANA1985/01/47
tonic; concoctionMR. TEX2000/02/80
toper; pepper potJOKER1989/10/28
topic; occipitooticALF1984/11/58
top-line; pile it on, Tip O'Neill, plenipotentNEWROW1984/06/25
tore; terror, teeter-totterULK1982/08/45
tore; teeter-totterMp1984/01/33
tore; teeter-totterCROWMAN1992/02/26
tore; teeter-totterIXAXAR1995/12/56
toucan; accountantPAP NDROME1988/03/63
tough; outthoughtHAP1982/04/78
tourmaline; multimillionaireWABBIT1993/05/41
tourmaline; multimillionaireKING FRIVOLITY1999/11/13
tourmalines; Laurentian MountainsAIIE*1996/07/11
tourmalines; [omnia mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis]XEMU1994/06/04
toweling; Willington town lineUCAOIMHU1999/10/34
trades on; at one's door, tread on one's toesMERLIN1994/09/67
traduces; tear ducts, data structure, star-studded castCUE BOY*1996/01/86
trailed; ill-treated, little-read, retail dealer, Airedale terrierCUE CARD1995/01/20
train; anti-TrinitarianTWEASER1983/05/59
train; anti-TrinitarianKAPJAMMER*1990/03/44
traipse; tapestries, patisseries, pitter-pattersPANACHE1990/11/68
traipse; spirit-rapper, stair-steppersNIGHTOWL1989/07/65
tramp; paramattaAVIDAN1989/05/11
trampoline; metropolitan, AnoplonemertiniPAP NDROME1986/10/18
travels on; Eleanor RooseveltBEACON1995/10/34
trawls; last strawJOKER1991/12/38
trebling; belligerentJOKEJAMMER*1991/07/52
trefoils; loosestrifeHAP1989/01/33
trefoils; loosestrifeULLY BYRD*2001/06/32
trend; tender, entered, deterrentEBEAM1985/04/33
trepan; pattern, pennerateAL G. BYRD1996/05/06
trepang; preteenagerWINDJAMMER1994/09/65
arthling, real tne otterMERLIN1994/01/31
triangles; greentails, single-seater, trans-Algerian, internal angles, Greater AntillesNEWROW1983/05/66
tribesman; ambisinisterWABBIT1995/02/27
tribunal; brutalitarianALF1987/08/44
tribunal; antitintinnabularianMERLIN1983/11/46
tribunal; antitintinnabularianAL G. BYRD*1995/12/11
triplane; antiparallelDART1996/04/40
triplanes; plaster saintsULLY BYRD*1999/04/64
triples; pipistrelleLUNCH BOY1997/10/05
trod; door-to-doorWINDJAMMER1984/10/65
tronc; cotton root rotCUE CARD1995/06/10
troupes; superstore, superoutput, preposterousHAP1982/10/26
truces; structureCALICOH1983/08/57
trundle; underletterAVIDAN1989/08/35
trundles; undersettlerEARL E. BYRD2001/07/31
trying; nitty-grittyBRILLIG1992/01/57
trying; nitty-grittyMR. TEX1999/08/52
tsunami; numismatistCORN COB1985/03/57
tsunami; numismatistMR. TEX1997/11/21
tulip; LilliputWINDJAMMER1984/04/94
tulip; Lilliput, pull it upARBUTUS1990/07/49
tumbles; stumblebumULK1996/07/24
tumpline; unnilpentiumTREESONG1993/02/15
turbaned; bread-and-butterWINDJAMMER1992/12/18
Turcophile; Hercule Poirot, heroic coupletG NATURAL2001/11/11
Turcophile; Hercule Poirot, heroic coupletZEBRABOY2001/11/28
two-hinged; "Gone With The Wind"XEMU1996/04/19
Tyndareus; Easter SundayMERLIN2000/04/09
ulcerations; countertranslation, reticulatocoalescentALF1990/02/63
ulcerations; "Alien: Resurrection"SPRIG*1999/02/10
unarmedly; Madlynne MurrayTREESONG1982/11/83
unblithe; "The Thin Blue Line"LUNCH BOY1997/12/78
unblockaders; skull and crossbonesXEISTROM*1995/10/01
uncoils; conclusionWABBIT1993/02/53
uncomprised; pseudoreminiscencesWINDJAMMER1987/09/24
uncrates; neutercanes, accuratenessTREESONG1989/05/20
underblow; wool-o'erburdenedQAQAQ1990/10/71
undercoats; couronne des tassesMERLIN1997/11/35
under oath; one ear and out the otherAIIE*2001/11/61
unelastic; anti-intellectualistR/AMMER*1994/07/53
unghosted; sound on the gooseBEACON1996/02/54
ungrated; undergraduateQLENKI*1995/01/41
unisolate; [East Saint Louis, Illinois]WINDJAMMER1994/04/66
unites; Institute, unintentnessUCAOIMHU2001/02/14
units; tinnitus, sinusitisDANDR1999/02/50
unlabored; rondeau redoubleHUDU1983/10/20
unmethodical; mathematical inductionXEIPON1995/10/47
unmetrical; American literatureWRYBOSH1999/08/51
unmoralised; reddens laudes DominoUCAOIMHU2000/12/ku01
unrowed; wonder-woundedQAQAQ1991/07/20
unscaled; succes de scandaleHUDU1986/06/23
unscaled; succes de scandaleWABBIE*1994/03/30
unsocial; class-consciousOSTRICH1991/10/45
unsolaced; lucus a non lucendoCRAX1996/08/46
unsolid; disillusionAIIE*1996/10/45
unspaced; dunce's cap, suspended cadencePAP NDROME1987/01/02
uprisen; purse seineR/EDS1994/11/12
upscale; applesauceQAQJOKMER*1989/04/02
upstream; passes muster, semper paratusWINDJAMMER1990/06/37
urbanites; brain tissue, burnt sienna, Better Business BureauBEO1998/09/51
urbanites; braintruster, Better Business BureauQAQAMMER*1992/04/27
urbanites; Better Business BureauGAB-F1995/11/72
valine; villanelleWINDJAMMER1993/03/32
vaulting horse; haute vulgarisationXEMU2000/10/27
Verdi; redividerTRAZOM1987/05/54
vintagers; traversing, evening star, vegetarians, tergiversating, assertiveness trainingNEWROW1995/01/77
vintages; investigateWABBIT1993/10/13
vintages; investigate, Saint Agnes's EveULK1985/12/44
vociferant; revivificationR/AMMER*1994/06/76
Volta; ottava altaMERLIN1993/08/30
voltage; gavel-to-gavelTYED DOWN*1993/05/10
voltage; gavel-to-gavelUCAOIMHU1998/09/15
Voltaire; "Il Trovatore"TRAZOM1988/10/47
wail; williwawMERLIN1994/04/32
wail; williwawCACHE1996/07/03
wainscoted; West Indies Associated StatesXEMU1999/02/56
Wales; walllessBTNIRN1995/09/46
Wardle; raw deal, well-read, "We're All Dead"TAHNAN2001/06/26
washer; whereasesULK1988/11/31
wastrel; Wall StreeterWINDJAMMER1986/07/64
wealth; what the hellMERLIN2000/05/73
whiner; Rhine wineJOKER1991/05/30
whiners; shrewishnessQUIZ1998/07/57
Whitaker; Kateri TekakwithaMERLIN1997/01/26
white gyrfalcon; night-flowering catchflyQUART*2000/11/22
whiten; twentiethULK1997/07/37
wildbore; blow-dried, World Wide WebMERLIN1997/05/06
wild oranges; Ronald Wilson ReaganXEMU2001/08/25
wily; willy-willyEARL E. BYRD1996/12/40
wingspread; Windward PassageXEMU1999/02/55
winly; willy-nillyPANACHE1994/04/61
wins the day; "and that's the way it is"EARL E. BYRD1996/07/45
wordage; Wedgwood wareMERLIN1996/12/35
wordy; rowdydowdyTWEASER1984/07/62
world-heating; handwriting on the wallXEMU1999/02/07
wristbone; Internet browserANOMALY1997/11/59
writhen; ten-twent-thirtCACHE1999/11/47
wrought; thoroughwort, thoroughgrowthBLACKSTONE1982/08/42
xysti; sixty-sixTREESONG1996/08/12
yoked; okeydokeyULK1994/06/26
yon; nonny-nonnyALF1988/01/41
zebras; sea breezeWOODIE1988/05/21
Letter Banks (Bigram)
allies; LilialesNEWROW1984/03/30
 
Letter Banks (Group)
deeryard, goo-goo, tsetse {ready, go, set}TREESONG1995/08/01
 
Letter Bank (Welded)
red star assertedQUIP2001/10/59
 
Letter Changes
7-Up, cup, supPANACHE1997/04/48
Abaddon, abandonULK1995/11/68
abduction, obductionKAMEL1978/08/39
ability, agilityBAFUL1974/12/22
ability, agilityAMIGO1978/11/56
abject, objectIFANDOR1989/03/26
abjective, adjectiveIXAXAR1989/09/21
abode, aboveJOHNNIE & PENNY1972/09/09
abreact, abreastNIGHTOWL1982/04/54
abrogate, arrogateIFANDOR1983/05/67
abscinded, abscondedPROBLEM CHILD1975/01/26
abysmal, abyssalFANACRO1972/06/34
Acarina, ocarinaNIGHTOWL1978/10/20
acheilous, acheirousFARO1977/09/52
aches, acresDEE SWEET1980/02/51
aching, I ChingMR. TEX1990/06/08
acidity, avidityPOLLY1989/06/15
acidly, avidlyVIKING1972/07/03
acroatic, acrosticNIGHTOWL2000/10/14
acronyc, acronymALF1985/10/74
Acura Mazda, Ahura-MazdaCRAX1995/09/59
adapt, adeptPOLLY1989/07/73
adapt, adept, adoptIFANDOR1979/07/36
add, andATLANTIC1982/12/63
addict, adductJERG1991/08/13
adjutant, adjuvantANEMONE1986/04/45
adobe, adoboMICROPOD1990/10/18
adobe, adoreJOHNNIE & PENNY1972/09/10
affluent, effluentHAP1973/05/41
agnomical, agnominalUCAOIMHU1997/09/13
agro-city, atrocityELF1986/09/69
ahem, ahumTWEASER1986/03/82
airy, awryBRUTUS1980/04/02
aitch, hitchULK1995/02/49
Alan King, blankingSILF*1992/07/41
alas, alesGINGER ELLA1977/01/47
albeit, AlbertALF1982/02/10
albeit, ArbeitWINDJAMMER1989/08/42
Alcoran, also-ranHOTTOTRAZOM*1989/10/69
allegator, alligatorPROF. PAMPELMUSE1978/12/25
allocation, allocutionPOLLY1989/02/97
All Saints Bay, All Saints' DayMERLIN1987/09/51
aloha, alphaMANGIE1980/10/26
aloha, alphaNEWROW1986/04/37
alone, as oneTWEASER1988/06/22
alphorn, althornPANACHE1994/11/06
altitude, aptitude, attitudeBRUTUS1979/11/72
altitude, aptitude, attitudeMOBOT1998/03/18
altitude, attitudeSHRDLU1983/12/45
alto, autoD. NESS1999/06/66
amaretto, amorettoREX NATURA*1999/08/02
amber, umberTIM BUCK II1987/12/52
amble, ampleDITTO1981/08/48
Amish, amissHAPOWL*1999/06/65
amphigony, amphigoryNIGHTOWL1981/02/63
ancle, uncleBRILLIG1992/09/76
angel skins, angel's kissJO THE LOITERER1988/08/72
Ang Lee, anglesANOMALY2001/05/66
Angola, angoraMANGIE1976/02/02
angular, annularNIGHTOWL1983/09/77
Angus, ankusIFANDOR1986/12/64
anion, inion, onion, unionPOLLY1988/09/76
anomic, atomicIFANDOR1982/07/15
anower, answerWINDJAMMER1990/01/54
antiquarian, antiquartanALF1990/07/70
antiquark, antiquaryMERAQ*1988/07/14
antiquark, antiquaryMANX1988/09/35
antiquark, antiquaryTALON1992/04/64
antiquark, antiquaryLUNCH BOY1996/12/73
apace, spaceSIBYL1993/08/78
apeak, speakWINDJAMMER1992/08/69
apes, AvesWINDJAMMER1988/07/25
apiaries, aviariesWINDJAMMER1988/07/25
apiary, aviaryMANGIE1978/11/16
appeared, appeasedIXAXAR1982/05/64
apple, applyPETE TROLEUM1975/07/46
apple, applyALIKER*1993/06/40
apply, aptlyKAMEL1977/10/78
apposite, oppositeHAP1977/02/18
apropos, AtroposCERES1983/03/81
apropos, AtroposJERG1986/08/74
aquabelle, aquarelleHAP1980/01/47
aquifer, aquiverWINDJAMMER1984/08/77
aquifer, aquiverLUNCH BOY1995/12/43
aration, orationNIGHTOWL1978/09/46
arbitrage, arbitrateHAP1977/07/51
arcade, arcaneHAP1986/11/74
area, ariaPOLLY1993/09/83
ark, krkUNIQORN1979/10/57
arouse, grousePETE TROLEUM1979/04/15
arsenic, ArsenioMR. TEX1991/02/64
art critic, arthriticGAB-F1997/09/24
artistic, autisticHAP1973/08/38
artistic, autisticPAUL & VIRGINIA1977/07/18
as, usMEPHISTO1976/10/06
ashen, aspenDITTO1980/02/70
Asia, HsiaULK1997/06/18
asked, askewBRUTUS1980/04/03
asleep, elapse, pleaseWABBIT1997/02/52
aspergillum, aspergillusMERLIN1989/08/67
assess, assetsMANGIE1981/07/44
at first, athirstARACHNE1986/08/51
Atlanta, [at last, a]QAQAQ1987/04/15
atomy, atony, atopyNEWROW1981/08/14
aubade, subadeTRAZOM1991/12/10
aubade, subadeCRAX1996/12/44
auction, ructionMEO1981/08/83
auction, ruction, suctionHAPOWL*2000/05/76
auction, suctionWABBIT1993/04/41
auspicious, suspiciousHAP1972/08/05
auspicious, suspiciousMEOGIE*1979/06/19
auspicious, suspiciousPOLLY1981/12/45
auspicious, suspiciousRUTHLESS1986/03/02
auspicious, suspiciousMEOGIE*1989/08/71
autocarp, AutoharpHAPOWL*1989/02/16
avenge, avenueHAP1972/10/30
average, overageHAP1976/07/24
average, overagePQOGO-PHQRED1989/04/42
average, overageSENGIE*1989/12/32
avoid, ovoidSAKR-EL-BAHR1972/12/02
away, awryWABBIT1995/01/21
away, swayIFANDOR1984/07/26
azote, azothUCAOIMHU2000/04/66
baboen, baboonWABBIT1998/03/08
baboons, gaboonsAV1988/01/55
backward, backyardWILLz1975/06/23
Baerum, bay rumNIGHTOWL1997/07/35
balance, valanceCORN COB1989/09/74
balconet, falconetIXAXAR1988/07/I18
balder, CalderPHIZZ1989/07/51
baldicoot, bandicootNIGHTOWL1988/11/72
ballahoo, ballyhooNIGHTOWL1989/09/34
ballet, billetEOS1982/07/46
ballet, callet, mallet, pallet, sallet, walletFLORDELIS1979/02/15
ballet, mallet, walletWABBIT1992/07/22
ballow, callow, fallow, gallow, hallow, mallow, sallow, tallow, wallow, yallowMERLIN1973/07/28
Bambam, RambamALF1984/08/51
bandstand, handstandHAP1984/01/35
Banff, barffPROF. PAMPELMUSE1980/03/56
bangalow, bungalowFARO1974/12/49
bangalow, bungalowMERLIN1977/02/24
barbed, car bed, garbedNIGHTOWL1987/11/11
barbel, barrelULK1998/03/50
barber, BerberMANGIE1992/02/15
bare, gareWINDRIFT1980/10/75
barely, barflyBRUTUS1979/03/30
barely, barflyJOKER1988/05/87
barely, barflyUNCANNY1990/08/39
barely, barflyMR. TEX1991/05/71
barely, barflyCAZIQUE1999/06/72
bareness, baronessSAKRRY*1986/09/17
Barents, parentsTREESONG1980/05/42
bargain, barge inPANACHE1989/12/62
barker, barterPROBLEM CHILD1973/07/02
barlock, earlock, marlock, oarlock, warlockNIGHTOWL1992/10/56
barmaid, Farm AidPANACHE1987/10/50
barter, batterPROBLEM CHILD1973/07/02
bartizan, partizanW/EDS1995/01/54
bascinet, bassinetFARO1984/05/63
base, easeWABBIT1992/02/46
baseline, VaselineRASTELLI1995/01/26
baseline, VaselineANTZ2001/12/15
base line, VaselineNEWROW1985/0?/79
basement, casement, easementHOHO1971/02/05
basement, easementWINDJAMMER1991/06/01
bash, cash, dash, hash, mash, washDEE SWEET1983/01/40
bash, cash, dash, hash, rashVAL1977/12/35
basis, oasisMEOGIE*1990/05/51
basso, lassoMANGIE1980/01/18
baste, caste, haste, paste, taste, wasteRODNEY1989/03/85
baster, master, taster, vasterWINDRIFT1982/01/59
Bataan, BatmanLEAFLET*1993/10/48
bather, latherPUGSLEY1995/03/28
bathing, batting, batwingWINDJAMMER1990/12/71
batter, betterPROBLEM CHILD1973/07/02
batter, better, bitter, butterPETE TROLEUM1977/03/14
batter, better, bitter, butterLILITH2001/07/78
B average, beverageBEACON1995/12/29
bay, cayPANACHE1990/01/17
beach, benchWINDRIFT1981/01/36
bearward, rearwardMERLIN1972/05/03
beast, blast, boastSAL1990/03/14
beastie, blastieNEOPHYTE1978/02/29
bedding, tedding, weddingPROBLEM CHILD1974/08/53
bedward, bedwarfALF1983/03/33
bedward, bedwarfWINDJAMMER1989/01/63
bedwarfing, bed-warmingZER-01976/10/19
beeline, berlinePANACHE2000/07/67
Beeroth, betrothALF1991/09/27
began, veganWABBIT2001/05/71
begem, begumULK1984/08/64
begot, bigotSISYPHUS1994/04/36
beguile, beguineHAP1988/11/58
begum, begunAV1988/05/35
belabour, belamourERIC1983/06/66
belched, benchedBELLES LETTRES1991/06/25
Bellini, Cellini, FelliniMEOGIE*2000/08/cf26
bellow, fellow, mellow, yellowIRISH1979/05/54
bellow, fellow, yellowPLANTON1985/02/42
bellow, fellow, yellowMAYDAY1988/06/56
belly button, billy-buttonTWEASER1984/02/68
belly buttons, billy-buttonsHAP1977/12/29
belting, belyingMANGIE1981/06/80
belton, meltonMEO1981/04/07
beneficial, veneficialJOKER1987/06/84
Bengal, benzalMAB1989/02/75
benison, venisonIXAXAR1997/09/11
beplumed, peplumedNIGHTOWL1988/09/74
Berlioz, BerlitzARACHNE1984/02/02
best, restA. DUMBO*1992/07/84
betel, bezelPOLLY1989/09/18
better, setterPROBLEM CHILD1973/07/02
Beverly Hills, Beverly SillsNIGHTOWL1975/09/26
Beverly Hills, Beverly SillsVOLAR1981/07/55
bias, boasHAP1982/01/46
bidden, middenANDREAS2001/08/77
bidet, BizetEMBER1999/01/17
bigamy, digamyMEO1979/11/81
big band, big bangNIGHTOWL1992/08/57
biggin, big gunPEBBLES2000/09/52
big one, bygoneMANGIE1993/02/30
big-time, jig timePANACHE1993/09/04
biking, bikiniMACHIAVELLI1982/03/30
biking, bikiniWABBIT1990/03/50
biking, bikiniMERLIN1991/06/26
biking, bikiniDART1999/05/68
bikini, BiminiTWEASER1987/10/04
biliary, ciliary, miliaryHOHO1972/05/32
billeters, filletersVIKING1973/11/28
billion, bullionULK1999/07/64
biped, pipedJAZ*1990/03/69
biped, wipedWINDJAMMER1991/03/42
bird, girdWINDRIFT1981/06/52
birr, burrKAMEL1977/03/12
bison, bosonJERG1984/02/24
bisque, risqueWABBIT1995/12/53
bistro, orbitsULKER*1991/05/09
bitter almond, butter almondHAP1986/04/57
Blackbeard, blackboardDART1995/01/13
blade, gladeJASMINE1996/09/09
blander, blender, blinder, blonder, blunderCRATAEGUS1989/01/76
blandished, brandishedWINDRIFT1987/01/18
blandishing, brandishingHAP1977/08/63
bleach, pleachTYGER1993/03/04
blemish, FlemishMR. TEX1995/10/36
blinders, blinkersHAP1985/10/23
blob, BYOBWINDJAMMER1991/04/49
blueprints, blueprontsHARDRIC1977/04/20
boa, braWABBIT1999/07/68
bobbery, robberyMOMUS1989/09/25
bockerel, cockerelMERLIN1996/10/25
bodice, no diceMR. TEX1996/01/70
Boeing, booing, boring, boxingALICE1988/11/12
bogus, bolus, bonusHAP1983/06/16
bogus, bonusMAYDAY1988/03/46
boite, BoitoTRAZOM1995/01/48
bolster, holsterIFANDOR1985/01/66
bomb, combDITTO1980/02/35
bomb, comb, tombWABBIT1999/06/45
bomb, comb, tomb100 DOWN1999/07/56
bonder, fonder, ponder, wonder, yonderT-9-C TEXAN1973/12/54
boner, bonesMIDURNDIST1973/01/46
boner, boxerPETE TROLEUM1975/09/29
bon ton, BostonPANACHE1995/11/32
booing, boring, bowing, boxingWABBIT1991/08/72
bookie, cookie, rookieNIGHTOWL1973/08/45
bookworm, hookwormULK1993/06/11
booster, roosterHAPOWL*1998/05/09
bootie, bow tieCACHE1996/06/03
bootie, bow tieWABBIT1998/03/62
booties, bow tiesLARRY1976/08/23
Bora, ToraG NATURAL2002/01/07
borage, foragePOLLY1989/03/87
bore, GoreTYGER2000/04/06
bossier, dossierNIGHTOWL2001/08/13
both older, potholderIRISH1979/08/80
bottle, pottleJERG1984/09/59
bough, cough, rough, sough, toughHAZY1971/12/24
bought, noughtRASTELLI1997/12/60
bound, found, hound, mound, pound, sound, woundHAZY1979/04/55
bourbon, bourdonFARO1972/06/08
bower, cower, mower, powerWINDRIFT1980/08/26
bowline, bowlingNIGHTOWL1991/07/87
bowwow, powwowTWEASER1990/04/65
bowwow, powwowCORN COB1992/07/72
brace, grace, traceKAMEL1979/02/76
Brahma, BrahmsHAP1982/03/60
brain, brawnSHERGIE*1978/11/46
brain, drainSIOBHAN1991/07/14
brain, trainJOPIQUEM1986/05/03
Brand X, brandyWINDJAMMER1986/07/78
Brazil, frazilNIGHTOWL1977/08/35
breathe, wreatheJAELTI1994/10/11
brewing, J. R. EwingMp1984/07/82
Brian Head, Brian MeadMANGIE1978/07/ku
briar, Friar100 DOWN1996/05/20
brick, BuickPATIENCE1992/01/74
bridge, fridgeFIDDLE1987/03/41
brioches, britchesPASSERINA1987/03/61
brioches, broochesBRONWYN1981/03/55
Briticism, criticism, triticismGEORGE GROTH1987/02/12
Brom Bones, trombonesXEMU1999/10/01
brooklime, BrooklineNIGHTOWL1981/01/71
broom, groom, vroomWRYBOSH1998/07/58
brothel, brotherQUIP1980/08/68
brothel, brotherCALICOH1985/06/81
brothel, brotherDIRTY JACK1989/06/21
bruised, bruitedHAP1984/10/80
bruit, bruntPOLLY1986/07/26
brumal, brutalPHILANA1979/02/22
bugged, hugged, mugged, ruggedSIBYL1986/01/34
bugler, butlerJJ1978/07/31
bugler, butlerHAPOWL*1999/08/16
Buick, quickWINDJAMMER1983/06/04
Buick, quickUNCANNY1991/04/82
Buick, quickXEMU1998/08/65
build, guildDITTO1980/06/27
bumblebee, mumblebeePLANTON1984/04/20
bumbo, gumbo, jumboWINDRIFT1989/10/75
bunch, hunch, lunch, munch, punchBAIRN1977/07/57
bungfu, kung fuTREESONG1988/08/67
buried, burnedUNCANNY1992/02/02
burnish, furnishIXAXAR1996/03/33
burnous, burnoutWINDJAMMER1986/11/89
burnous, burnoutULLY BYRD2000/04/16
bury, fury, juryPROBLEM CHILD1975/11/05
Bush, gushTYGER2000/04/06
Bush, pushIOLANTHE1992/12/63
bustard, mustardELSPETH1986/08/13
buster, ousterVLADIMIR, ELD1995/04/25
bustline, bustlingLUNCH BOY1999/09/cf30
bust line, bustlingDOUBLE-H1986/01/79
butler, sutlerREYNARD1986/08/58
butterball, gutter ballPANACHE1989/08/44
buttocks, futtocksEOS1979/11/64
buttonwood, muttonwoodNIGHTOWL1982/01/17
cabbies, CubbiesNOLA1987/07/A7
cabernet, cybernetTRAZOM1994/10/65
cabinet, tabinetGRAYDOL1974/05/27
cachet, sachetHAPOWL*1998/09/63
cackerel, cockerelMERLIN1996/10/25
cackerel, mackerelMERLIN1996/10/25
caddis fly, caddishlySAKR-EL-BAHR1971/02/24
cadet, caretPOLLY1990/01/57
caduceus, caducousSLUG ME*1996/11/52
caduceus, caducousLUNCH BOY2000/05/03
cake, Coke, cukeMp1984/09/07
calamander, salamanderTREESONG1974/06/44
calefactor, malefactorHAPOWL*2000/01/46
calendar, calenderKAMEL1976/05/16
Calgary, CalvaryEMBER2000/11/89
Caliban, TalibanKRASH*1999/05/53
calumniation, columniationIXAXAR1989/08/69
calzone, canzoneSIBYL1990/05/78
came, fameHOHO1972/11/42
camel, cameoEOS1982/09/19
canaan, cancanTWEASER1982/11/69
Canaan, DanaanUCAOIMHU1996/08/30
candies, candlesBODOLPH1978/08/10
C and LC, candleGAB-F1997/05/51
canine, conineIXAXAR1982/06/57
canities, vanitiesAMIGO1979/04/42
canities, vanitiesRUTHLESS1986/04/13
cannon, cannotHARDRIC1979/08/28
cannon, cannotWINDJAMMER1990/09/80
canoa, canoeSMITH, TIM S.1974/04/33
cant, pant, rant, wantISFAN1975/07/65
cantharis, cantharusIFANDOR1977/05/45
Capablanca, "Casablanca"SEN GWYN*1987/08/74
capital, capitanPROBLEM CHILD1975/03/58
Capone, CapoteLARRY1972/09/18
captious, cautiousPROBLEM CHILD1975/04/44
captious, cautiousWABBIT1999/02/20
captor, raptorNIGHTOWL1981/08/42
Caracas, maracasMANGIE1983/06/86
carat, caretPOLLY1990/01/57
carbine, carlineNIGHTOWL2000/07/02
cargo, pargoIXAXAR1986/02/66
Caribbean, carob beanHAP1983/02/66
Caribbean, carob beanNET INSEAM!*1986/06/08
caries, variesMEPHISTO1983/09/86
Carolina, carolingHAP1986/12/79
carotid, parotidEBEAM1989/07/76
carousal, carouselMEO1982/03/24
carousal, carouselMEKI1995/12/59
carouse, catousePANACHE2001/12/33
carp, harpWABBIT2000/05/50
carphones, earphonesNEWROW1991/03/21
carriage, marriageMIS-KNO-MER1972/09/33
carrion, carry-onLUNCH BOY1996/02/34
cartilage, curtilageMICROPOD1991/03/36
cartridge, partridgeKAMEL1975/12/19
cascara, mascaraHAP1987/01/38
case, cashALLEGLORY1991/08/74
case, cash, cask, castKAMEL1976/09/52
casein paint, case in pointMANQAQ*1992/07/01
caseric, caser-inLARRY1973/06/32
cassation, cessationIXAXAR1986/01/75
castigate, fastigateFARO1976/11/19
cataclasm, cataclysmHAP1974/05/39
Catalonia, catatoniaHAP1981/09/12
catch on, Cat ChowLUNCH BOY2000/01/09
cat-chop, catchupBLACKSTONE1984/08/39
cathouse, cothouseWINDRIFT1985/07/41
catnap, catnipIXAXAR1989/05/15
cauldron, pauldronG NATURAL2000/04/55
cavalier, lavalierTAHNAN2000/09/36
caveat, have atWABBIT1996/09/15
cayman, laymanCORN COB1989/03/36
celebration, cerebrationMIDURNDIST1972/12/20
celebration, cerebrationHAP1973/09/01
celebration, cerebrationTUT1978/02/72
celebration, cerebrationKNOTSMITH1982/07/66
celery, cileryACORN1977/05/13
celery, eeleryBITER*1997/12/71
cerebellum, terebellumHAP1982/04/69
certain, curtainPOLLY1987/06/04
Chablis, challisNIGHTOWL1979/03/39
chads, chaosUCAOIMHU2000/12/59
chair, choirPOLLY1989/11/21
chair, choirNOLA1994/06/54
chamade, charadeMEO1978/07/43
chamade, charadeIFANDOR1980/08/03
chamber, chamferPOLLY1989/03/76
changeling, channelingBLACKSTONE1976/10/31
changeling, channelingALF1987/10/10
changeling, channelingCRAX1993/08/29
changing, clangingFRAKER*1988/11/69
channeling, channeringJOKER1991/07/17
chanter, chapter, charter, chaster, chatterACORN1989/05/38
ChapSticks, chopsticksTWEASER1988/04/72
chapter, charterATLANTIC1983/01/26
chapter, charter, chaster, chatterWINDRIFT1979/05/13
charity, clarityPOLLY1994/01/32
charity, clarityWILD(K)NACHE1994/07/09
charm, chasmPOLLY1984/04/47
Charon, ChironPOLLY1993/11/72
charoses, pharosesALF1982/05/59
chasable, chasubleEOS1981/09/44
chaute, chauthHAP1980/07/77
cheating, creatingTHE ROUNDELAY1979/01/82
cheating, creatingKAPJACK*1990/10/20
check, cheekMIDURNDIST1971/08/10
cheery, cherryPETE TROLEUM1973/10/05
chekker, chukkerHAP1978/03/06
chemise, chemistMEOGIE*1978/02/32
chemise, chemistDANDR1998/10/46
chemist, RhemistNIGHTOWL1979/06/73
chewing, chewinkANEMONE1986/05/62
Chicago, ChicanoHAP1987/04/17
Chicago, ChicanoBRILLIG1990/10/58
chickadee, chickareeNIGHTOWL1977/06/42
chickadee, chickareeHAP1981/06/63
chicken, thickenDEE SWEET1982/11/50
chicken soup, chickens outJO THE LOITERER1988/03/56
chicken soup, chickens outSIBYL1990/11/72
Child, chiliNIGHTOWL2000/01/25
chimera, chimereNIGHTOWL1976/07/20
chimera, chimerePOLLY1994/01/12
chine, shineMIDURNDIST1973/04/27
chino, rhinoNIGHTOWL1992/04/40
chirk, chirl, chirm, chirp, chirrNEOPHYTE1977/03/54
choenix, phoenixHAPOWL*2000/04/41
chorale, chortlePHILANA1984/11/38
chorale, chortleBEAGLE1987/05/04
chords, chorusPOLLY1994/04/12
chowder, clowderSIBYL1987/08/12
chowder, clowderSAL1990/05/47
chunk, thunkCODEX2001/06/14
cider, widerATLANTIC1982/11/01
cinch, pinch, winchQUIP1989/12/01
clamorous, glamorousHAP1985/05/21
clamorous, glamorousTYGER1999/10/17
clapboard, clipboardNIGHTOWL1992/09/77
claque, cliqueHAPOWL*1999/05/11
cleche, cliche, clocheHAP1977/10/56
cleche, crecheHAP1977/10/56
clement, elementMEO1978/12/77
clement, elementFAULKNER1987/11/67
clement, elementOSTRICH1992/04/19
cliche, clocheCALICOH1985/10/60
cliched, clickedPANACHE1990/07/55
click, clinkKAMEL1976/06/18
click, clockKAMEL1976/06/18
cling, clinkKAMEL1976/06/18
cloaks, clocksPROBLEM CHILD1975/05/17
clock, crockKAMEL1976/06/18
cloth, sloth100 DOWN1992/07/17
Coca-, ColaEMBER2001/05/68
cockered, cockerelLUNCH BOY1995/11/57
cockeyed, jockeyedWINDJAMMER1984/10/41
cockfight, cocklightMEO1983/01/71
codified, modifiedNIGHTOWL1977/02/63
coedit, creditNIGHTOWL1980/12/31
coedit, creditWABBIT1993/04/07
coeditor, creditorALF1984/05/20
cohabit, cohibitBRYM1978/02/62
Cohee, CohenPROF. PAMPELMUSE1981/05/39
collage, collegeDITTO1980/03/53
collide, colludeMICROPOD1990/02/77
collision, collusionHAP1978/07/70
collop, dollopATLANTIC1981/09/05
collop, dollopEARL E. BYRD1996/04/25
Colombia, ColumbiaPETE TROLEUM1974/02/29
Columbus, ColymbusNIGHTOWL1979/11/22
come by, comedy, comelyPANACHE1993/08/31
comedy, comelyAMIGO1980/05/64
comedy, comelyTWEASER1986/06/73
comelier, homelierMOBAN*1999/07/35
comely, complySIBYL1989/01/44
comely, homelyPAUL & VIRGINIA1973/06/11
comely, homelyMR. TEX1996/10/79
come to, cometsNIGHTOWL1997/09/07
comical, conicalMR. TEX1996/05/14
comic section, conic sectionNIGHTOWL1992/11/54
comma, coumaTWEASER1984/06/09
commandable, commendablePEBBLES1990/08/05
commended, commentedFARO1978/05/55
commorant, cormorantBURNT SACK1974/06/24
commuter, computerHAP1971/09/07
commuter, computerJERG1992/01/67
commuter, computerJASMINE1997/01/12
commuters, computersHOHO1974/11/20
commuter terminal, computer terminalALF1986/12/06
compartment, comportmentSHENANIGAN1996/11/53
complainant, complaisantKEA1995/09/86
complement, complimentPOLLY1995/09/65
complementary, complimentaryARBUTUS1990/09/61
comport, compostPOLLY1994/06/22
conceited, conceivedMR. TEX1995/06/22
concerted, convertedREYNARD1986/09/41
concession, confessionGRAYDOL1974/09/48
condign, consignAMIGO1980/02/64
condign, consignSIBYL1986/07/18
confection, convectionBRILLIG1990/04/15
confection, convectionBARTY*1998/10/13
confusion, contusionKAMEL1975/11/20
confusion, contusionACORN1979/12/75
confusion, contusionHAP1987/09/17
congee, pongeeMEOGIE*1981/05/36
conical, cynicalMACHIAVELLI1981/11/10
conscience, nonscienceSENGIE*1984/07/16
consignor, monsignorHAP1986/10/16
constriction, constructionDITTO1982/01/65
constriction, constructionMUNRO1991/02/42
content, contest, contextAPRIL'S CHILD1980/06/37
contratest, contritestOSTRICH1991/07/10
contratest, contritestBEACON1994/05/13
contrite, contriveHAP1981/12/33
convection, conventionBARTY*1998/10/13
convection, convictionBARTY*1998/10/13
convent, convertDITTO1980/06/65
converged, conversedDITTO1981/02/32s
cookout, lookoutMEO1978/05/29
cookout, lookoutBEAGLE1989/07/07
cooperage, cooperateDUMBO, A.*1994/11/54
copal, coralPOLLY1988/11/44
cope, hope, mopePEBBLES1990/09/03
coroner, coronetGOTCHA1999/01/52
correct, porrectIFANDOR1985/05/79
cosher, kosherANEMONE1981/04/01
couch, cough, couthWINDRIFT1981/09/16
Coue, moueTWEASER1986/08/66
Coumadin, coumarinPANACHE2001/09/35
counderstand, counterstandALF1986/02/19
count, courtG NATURAL2000/12/57
countervail, countervairHAP1976/10/43
coupage, courageFARO1987/03/80
couth, youthMEO1978/12/42
coven, cozenIXAXAR1994/02/61
cow, lowVAL1977/01/32
cow, lowCORN COB1992/07/70
coward, towardDITTO1980/08/53
coward, towardPOLLY1994/11/76
cozen, dozenIXAXAR1994/02/61
crackpot, Crock-PotANOMALY2001/11/80
craftsmanship, draftsmanshipFARO1975/07/39
cranium, uraniumPANACHE1992/12/59
creaked, wreakedBESANTIUS1988/10/54
created, treatedCARNATION1979/06/63
critical, triticalXELINT2001/10/68
crochet, crocketHAZY1976/08/45
crosshatch, crosspatchHAP1987/11/24
crudite, eruditeNON SEQUITUR1993/08/19
crudite, eruditeEMBER2002/01/28
crudites, eruditesJO THE LOOKER*1988/04/14
cruel, gruelJERG1987/06/81
crustal, crystalDITTO1980/01/23
cucking stool, ducking stoolAL GEBRA1987/07/44
cuddled, curdledDAMFINO1981/12/28
culch, mulchNEOPHYTE1976/07/39
culminate, fulminateHAP1976/11/52
cungevoi, cunjevoiHAP1980/10/05
curare, curateMANGIE1976/08/42
curfew, curlewHAP1980/03/11
curious, furiousNUTMEG1979/04/31
curious, furiousUNCANNY1992/11/14
curler, hurlerULK1982/08/70
curlicue, purlicueNIGHTOWL1988/07/64
curling, hurlingHAP1976/01/70
curple, purpleTWEASER1986/09/49
custard, mustardKAMEL1974/12/48
custard, mustardNEOPHYTE1976/06/27
cut-and-dry, cut-and-tryERIC1984/07/34
cutback, outbackNIGHTOWL1992/10/15
cutlet, outletBROOKLYN BRINK1980/10/58
cutlet, outletWINDJAMMER1993/01/37
dagger, danger100 DOWN1998/09/cf06
dagwood, dogwoodALF1983/01/19
dalesman, salesmanMERLIN1990/11/15
Damara, samara, tamaraIXAXAR1985/03/72
damper, dapperDART2000/03/66
dandled, dawdledERGO1985/05/57
dangers, hangersDITTO1981/08/23
Danish, vanishJOKER1988/03/53
Dan Marino, San MarinoDOUBLE-H1986/10/59
Dan Marino, San MarinoRASTELLI1996/10/23
daring, datingVIKING1972/02/11
data, IATAANTZ2001/09/73
daunt, gaunt, haunt, jaunt, tauntFLORDELIS1979/08/18
daven, mavenTRAZOM1988/04/10
dawn, fawn, lawn, yawnNUTMEG1972/02/22
day, sayATLANTIC1991/07/62
dead, leadBRUTUS1980/03/43
deadbeat, dead heat, dead meatPANACHE1994/07/68
deadline, headlineIXAXAR1986/02/48
deaf, derfEOS1980/08/39
deary, decryPROBLEM CHILD1974/06/29
death row, HeathrowLARRY1975/05/05
debated, debutedWILLz1974/09/56
debauchment, debouchmentFARO1975/02/14
decade, decide, decodeFLORDELIS1980/01/63
decade, decide, decodeNIGHTOWL1999/10/51
decadent, decedentCRAX1994/01/52
decay, decoyDITTO1980/05/44
decay, delayTYED DOWN*1993/03/51
decent, docentNEOPHYTE1976/12/55
decent, docentERGO1986/08/43
decent, docentIXAXAR1995/05/44
decently, recentlyWITCHWORD1977/08/65
decertification, desertificationHAP1987/06/27
decertification, desertificationCACHE1996/07/64
decided, decodedIFANDOR1989/01/36
decided, deridedJOKER1987/07/42
decision, derisionNEOPHYTE1977/05/40
deckie, duckieJOKER1993/03/72
declassify, decrassifyTREESONG1975/07/04
decollate, decolleteSENOR1979/06/66
decollate, decolleteMEO1981/12/13
decoy, decryAMIGO1979/03/73
decreation, recreationBRUTUS1981/01/56
deep space, keeps paceQAQAQ1991/11/88
defective, detectiveMEO1979/10/29
defective, detectiveSIBYL1985/08/37
defiants, deviantsDOUBLE-H1982/02/47
deft, defyARACHNE1984/06/40
defy, dewyWINDJAMMER1994/02/32
De la Mare, DelawareQAQAQ1987/05/10
dele, deliPANACHE1986/08/70
delicious, deliriousIFANDOR1980/10/69
delicious, deliriousMAB1988/09/39
delude, delugeRAH1981/12/71
delves, pelvesPROBLEM CHILD1975/10/17
Demeter, dimeterMANGIE1974/10/26
Demeter, dimeterNEWROW1983/06/87
Demeter, dimeterKRAY1997/09/17
Demeter, dimeter/dev/joe2001/12/57
demi-sec, demisedERQED*1996/10/51
demolish, demonishBEACON1996/07/43
demonstrate, remonstrateTUT1979/09/6?
denial, dentalCLOVER1981/05/09
denial, genial, menialWINDJAMMER1988/02/73
denial, menialOKAPI2001/07/52
denied, dentedHOHO1972/08/36
department, deportmentHARDRIC1977/08/54
depraved, deprivedFIDDLE1973/08/02
depraved, deprivedFIDDLE1983/01/16
deserting, Desert InnMp1984/08/18
despite, respiteHAP1987/02/15
destination, festinationFIDDLE1987/11/47
detergent, deterrentPAUL & VIRGINIA1971/02/09
detergent, deterrentJAELTI1989/10/53
detour, devourCALICOH1984/09/27
devein, dive inCRANTHER*1994/10/70
devoid, devoirULK1984/12/43
devour, dyvourIFANDOR1979/06/41
dhobi, dhoni, dhotiB. NATURAL1975/03/60
dhoti, GhotiMANGIE1985/06/89
diabatic, diabeticNIGHTOWL1989/10/33
diaconal, diagonalCRAX1994/08/72
diapers, diapirsNIGHTOWL1986/07/36
diapers, dippersHAP1973/06/41
dice, nice, viceVAL1977/02/34
digress, tigressTWEASER1990/02/18
digress, tigressEMBER2000/01/13
dimple, pimpleFLORDELIS1977/02/60
dimple, pimple, simpleDEE SWEET1981/06/38
dimple, pimple, simple, wimpleHAP1973/07/29
dimple, pimple, wimpleWABBIT2000/10/73
ding, king, ling, ring, singISFAN1975/11/58
dingo, lingoPEBBLES1990/12/53
dingy, zingyIXAXAR1991/07/81
disaster, pisasterNEWROW1981/07/57
discission, discussionANEMONE1986/01/48
discount, miscount, viscountA. CHEM1972/10/06
discount, miscount, viscountKNOTSMITH1982/06/48
discount, viscountTREESONG1981/07/71
discount, viscountMR. TEX1990/03/16
disease, diseuseHAPOWL*1999/03/11
dismal, dismayHAP1973/04/25
distract, districtHAPOWL*1998/06/06
distress, mistressAMBER1981/09/59
distress, mistressJERG1986/12/52
distress, mistressUCAOIMHU1999/09/cf29
distresses, mistressesHAP1975/01/66
ditched, hitched, pitchedVAL1976/10/57
divers, divertIFANDOR1986/02/56
divine, divingHAP1985/10/62
doable, doubleUFO1985/06/31
doable, doubleLILITH1999/05/44
docent, nocentTREESONG1974/02/31
docket, locket, pocketDEE SWEET1979/07/26
dolly, folly, golly, jollyFIDDLE1978/05/57
dord, wordEMBOSH1999/12/ku01
dosology, nosology, posologyHAP1976/01/71
doubled, doubtedHAP1985/03/65
doubled, doubtedMANGIE1988/08/18
doubled, doubtedTY IN*1993/09/26
doubled, doubtedWRYBOSH2000/10/64
double dip, doubled upNEWROW1988/11/09
dowdy, downy, dowryHAP1981/05/67
dowdy, downy, dowrySAXIFRAGE1998/09/17
dowdy do, howdy-do, rowdy doPANACHE1994/05/58
doyen, dozenALF1982/01/62
draft, driftPEN GWYN1989/12/58
dragged, druggedMR. TEX2000/10/61
drag race, drag rakeARACHNE1986/09/26
drawn, prawnAMBER1979/11/42
drench, trench, wrenchPROBLEM CHILD1975/09/62
dressing down, dressing gownNIGHTOWL1979/03/40
dressing down, dressing gownWINDJAMMER1991/04/12
driest, priestFRAZ1990/04/44
drifter, grifterMICROPOD1991/11/64
drop dead, drop headEOS1986/08/22
dropsy, drowsyWABBIT1994/08/22
drove, troveTAHNAN THE GREAT*2001/09/44
duality, qualityABSOLVER1976/01/39
duality, qualityMR. TEX1991/06/04
duck, puckAL GEBRA1991/02/79
dudgeon, dungeonDEE SWEET1980/04/67
dudgeon, dungeonMICROPOD1988/12/18
dudgeon, dungeonD. NESS2001/01/10
dudgeon, gudgeonNEOPHYTE1976/05/42
dudgeon, gudgeonLIBRA1997/10/42
dunce, ounceBRUTUS1981/02/35
Dunedin, tuned inLARRY1978/08/21
Dupin, LupinMERLIN1974/08/05
dura, suraAV1988/05/36
dwindle, swindleHAP1975/09/06
earth, garthJOKER1991/05/69
earthwork, earthwormACORN1986/03/46
earthworks, earthwormsHAP1984/07/18
easelist, easy listNEWROW1991/04/07
Easter lily, masterlilyBEAQ*1993/03/37
eclipse, ellipseHAP1972/06/19
eclipse, ellipseAL GEBRA1992/09/28
ecology, enologyNIGHTOWL1972/08/39
eelpout, help outQAQAQ1989/07/46
een, yenVISITOR1988/02/63
egress, ogressQUIP1983/08/56
eight, fight, light, might, night, right, sightBAIRN1977/12/45
eight, fight, light, might, night, right, sightHAZY1979/03/06
either, hitherFIDDLE1985/12/22
either, witherBRILLIG1991/11/10
ejected, elected, erectedHAP1972/02/18
El Al, ElulWABBIT1993/07/41
electronic, plectronicIXAXAR1980/06/41
elude, etude, exudeMANGIE1989/07/55
elves, ElvisFFA*1989/04/32
elves, ElvisLILITH2000/08/43
Embry-Riddle, Emory riddleJAELTI1988/07/74
emceed, exceedWINDJAMMER1989/09/61
emesis, tmesisUCAOIMHU1997/03/28
empress, impressMEO1981/12/87
empty, umptyWINDJAMMER1987/11/16
emu, imuMICROPOD1989/09/68
emulation, epulationFARO1972/12/28
encourage, entouragePAMAPAMA1972/01/16
encourage, entourageMONA LISA1978/02/17
encourage, entourageQAQAMMER*1990/05/42
encourage, entourageAL GELK*1995/05/31
Enigma, eniguaNEWROW1989/03/52
enquire, EsquireKNOTSMITH1982/03/36
enring, erringIFANDOR1981/12/50
enviable, unviableNIGHTOWL1974/07/30
eparch, exarchHAP1976/01/69
equalled, squalledFIDDLE1986/11/28
equally, squallyWITCHWORD1980/07/66
equid, squidNIGHTOWL1989/01/20
Eric King, trickingSILF*1992/07/42
erotic, exoticLARRY1980/09/11
escadrilles, espadrillesHAP1978/05/61
escadrilles, espadrillesHAP1986/12/33
estimation, estivationIXAXAR1989/12/21
E.T., itALF1986/09/75
etacist, itacistHAP1981/02/69
et alia, ItaliaPANACHE2001/10/73
etamine, examineIRISH1978/12/22
Euler, rulerULK1986/12/13
evacuated, evaluatedNIGHTOWL1986/09/59
exaltation, exultationISFAN1976/04/48
exercise, exorciseIXAXAR1993/05/43
exercising, exorcisingWITCHWORD1978/08/40
expansive, expensiveFIDDLE1975/03/57
expect, expertPETE TROLEUM1978/02/44
expect, expertAPRIL'S CHILD1980/05/32
expect, expertALICE1987/11/13
expensive, extensiveNEOPHYTE1977/02/51
expensive, extensiveBROOKLYN BRINK1981/03/46
expensive, extensiveIFANDOR1984/08/68
expensive, extensiveAV1987/05/50
extravagated, extravasatedISFAN1976/07/58
eyelash, eyewashMANGIE1990/01/68
eyesome, eyesoreMEO1979/12/17
faced, faded, faked, famed, fared, fated, fazedISFAN1976/02/24
facial, racialNIGHTOWL1992/04/51
faction, fictionMERLIN1974/02/56
faction, fictionWITCHWORD1977/07/20
faction, fictionDEE SWEET1982/12/20
factitious, fictitiousRUTHLESS1985/12/46
factitious, fictitiousIFANDOR1988/07/34
failed, railedISFAN1975/08/22
fairy tales, hairy talesFLORDELIS1979/05/10
faked, nakedDITTO1981/09/62
faked, nakedFFA*1989/10/50
faker, fakirIXAXAR1984/01/41
Falanga, falangeHAP1988/05/12
fallback position, fullback positionPANACHE1991/11/45
fallow, fellow, followPETE TROLEUM1974/04/27
false ring, falteringTRAZOM1992/01/14
falsify, salsifyDEE SWEET1980/06/67
falsify, salsifyDAZ1989/02/54
Famulus, hamulusULK1983/09/89
fandom, fantomALF1990/07/51
fan mail, fantailNEOPHYTE1976/08/52
faraday, farawayNIGHTOWL1981/06/33
far below, furbelowMIDURNDIST1972/11/29
farce, forceMEO1979/10/31
farrier, furrierKATBIRD1979/11/56
fashions, fashiousANEMONE1985/08/67
fasten, fattenMERLIN2000/05/22
fatalities, natalitiesMEO1979/02/71
fat hen, fatherNIGHTOWL1986/10/70
father, fatterALICE1987/10/63
fauces, faucetNIGHTOWL1984/03/43
fauces, faucetBRILLIG1992/08/74
fauna, saunaACORN1977/03/35
fauve, mauvePHIZZ1991/09/54
favorite, favositeENDGAME2000/02/73
feared, flaredMACHIAVELLI1981/11/75
feat, flatPROBLEM CHILD1974/01/49
feather, heather, leather, weatherBAIRN1977/09/10
featherheaded, leather-headed, weatherheadedMERLIN1988/08/12
featural, F naturalERLIN*1989/11/51
feckless, recklessKAMEL1976/01/78
femur, lemurIRISH1977/09/75
fescue, rescueHAP1972/10/31
fescue, rescueDITTO1983/04/45
fescue, rescueCORN COB1985/07/43
festive, restiveHAP1984/09/25
festucine, fettucinePROF. PAMPELMUSE1980/09/03
feta, feteAMBER1981/01/24
fettle, mettle, nettleL'ALLEGRO1980/02/17
few, feyWABBIT1995/06/37
ficus, focusSIBYL1991/11/56
fiddle, riddleDEE SWEET1981/12/78
fiddler, fiddleyNIGHTOWL1985/03/59
fief, liefCORN COB1990/03/83
fiesta, siestaHAP1975/10/44
fiesta, siestaJOQUER*1986/11/61
fifth, fiftyATLANTIC1988/05/55
filial, finialAMIGO1978/07/73
filly, follyFARO1975/03/36
finery, pinery, wineryIXAXAR1984/12/23
finger-painting, finger-pointing, fingerprintingJOKAQ*1989/11/36
finger painting, finger-pointing, fingerprintingMR. TEX1996/02/37
fingerpaints, fingerprintsDEE SWEET1985/06/60
fink, winkPROBLEM CHILD1974/04/10
fino, winoROSEBUD2000/07/57
finocchio, PinocchioWABBIT1992/06/50
firearms, forearmsHAP1977/09/69
firehorse, firehouseNIGHTOWL1976/12/11
fire station, forestationSAKR-EL-BAHR1973/01/19
Firth, forthIXAXAR1989/08/19
fisc, fishTABLESAW2002/01/52
fixture, mixturePOLLY1995/10/50
flagrance, fragranceCERES1981/02/04
flagrant, fragrantHAP1975/06/30
flail, flairPOLLY1995/02/45
flakiest, flak vestERIC1991/08/90
flan, planMICROPOD1990/02/37
flash, flesh, flushHAP1975/07/23
flash, slashPHILANA1979/05/27
Flatbush, flat bustULK1986/03/77
flatter, platterMAELAUL*1998/08/57
flattist, flautistULK1989/11/09
flaw, flewBRONWYN1981/08/18
flay, fleyBLOSSOM1996/10/62
flea, flee, flewBRONWYN1981/08/17
fled, sledSEABEE1976/12/23
Flemington, F. Remington?*1986/10/78
flesh, freshWABBIT1990/06/28
flood, FloydCAZIQUE1999/10/67
flooded, flooredHAP1981/04/33
fluke, fluteWABBIT2000/05/46
fly, fryPANACHE2001/02/16
focus, locusNEOPHYTE1978/03/77
foison, poisonWINDRIFT1980/02/21
fondue, fondukTREESONG1975/08/30
fondue, fondukKATEDID1979/12/65
font, wontPROBLEM CHILD1975/10/37
Fonzie, FozzieALICE1990/09/68
fool, footALLEGLORY1991/03/28
football, footfallHAP1974/10/04
footlicker, FootlockerPANACHE1994/08/15
foot rot, fox-trotWINDQAQ*1992/03/46
foot rot, fox-trotXEMU1995/06/70
fooyoung, too-youngERMER*1990/10/14
forays, moraysHAP1984/11/34
forb, fordJOKER1989/03/32
forbid, morbidHAPOWL*1999/02/38
forcemeat, forcementEOS1980/07/72
forehead, forkheadXELINT2001/09/82
forepaw, foresawHAP1978/11/73
forge, forgoMICROPOD1987/10/56
forged, forgetHAP1981/06/04
forger, forgetA. CHEM1973/06/46
formal, normalDITTO1982/10/45
for show, forslowALF1988/04/40
forte, fortyHAP1985/07/21
Fosdick, fossickJAELTI1990/04/78
found, woundBARTOK1998/09/61
four billion, tourbillionULK1985/04/74
four, hour, tour, yourTREESONG1997/02/25
fraction, frictionMERLIN1974/02/56
fraction, frictionWITCHWORD1977/07/20
fractions, fractiousBILLY GOAT1970/12/18
fractions, fractiousDEE SWEET1979/10/36
fractions, fractiousWINDRIFT1986/12/32
Francophobe, FrancophoneHAP1984/06/24
fraud, FreudMp1985/01/05
free, fretMEPHISTO1976/08/10
free elections, free electronsTWEASER1984/07/29
free kick, Free KirkNIGHTOWL1989/06/6?
fridge, fringeKAPRYGIE*1998/01/11
fried rice, FriedrichNIGHTOWL1982/11/82
frontier, frostierHAP1982/05/42
frontier, frostierMR. TEX1993/07/05
fumble, humble, mumble, rumble, tumbleKAMEL1977/08/56
fumed, fusedDITTO1982/05/66
function, junctionBURNT SACK1971/11/06
fundus, fungusNIGHTOWL1977/04/48
fungoes, fungousDAMU*2001/08/66
furlough, turloughHAP1986/03/39
futures, suturesPOLLY1985/12/88
Gaelic, Gallic, garlicNIGHTOWL1976/06/59
Gaelic, garlicCORN COB1985/05/41
gaggle, giggle, goggleHOHO1971/08/09
Gallic, garlicFRAKER*1990/05/31
gammon, MammonMICROPOD1992/01/21
gander, genderLARRY1972/02/14
gander, genderALICE1990/03/67
Gandhi, sandhiTAHNAN2000/11/53
garble, marble, warblePEBBLES1993/09/15
garcon, gasconNIGHTOWL1975/06/47
garotte, gavotteUNCANNY1994/09/44
garrot, marrot, parrotHAP1975/03/40
gauche, gauchoHAP1978/08/73
gauche, gauchoJERG1984/11/22
gazabo, gazeboMEO1983/10/03
gazabo, gazeboIFANDOR1986/11/56
GED, OED, QED, xedPANACHE1998/10/73
Geisenheimer, weisenheimerNIGHTOWL1985/02/66
gelable, getablePAP NDROME1989/02/77
generation, venerationMEO1979/04/11
Geo Metro, geometryXEMU1998/08/64
germinate, terminateANDREAS1997/09/32
germination, terminationMERLIN1972/09/05
gestation, gustationHAPOWL*2000/07/72
getup, het up, letup, met up, set upPANABLES*1993/02/50
ghee, gleeIFANDOR1983/03/22
giant, riantMEO1977/05/74
giant, riantIRIGIE*1979/07/82
giant, riantWABBIT1998/07/22
giblet, gimletPOLLY1993/11/49
giblet, gobletHAP1974/11/58
giblet, gobletPOLLY1993/11/49
gingelly, gingerlyHUDU1990/05/64
giro, gyroPHIZZ1993/03/40
gizzard, sizzardNIGHTOWL1982/11/65
glace, glade, glare, glazeEOS1983/06/30
glacier, glazierMR. TEX1995/06/81
glade, gledeJASMINE1996/09/09
glebe, gledeJASMINE1996/09/09
glebe, grebeHAP1981/12/39
glebe, grebeJASMINE1996/09/09
glossina, glossingAV1988/07/60
gnat, goatKAPRY KORN1990/08/65
gnawed, unawedIFANDOR1981/03/51
gnus, onusDOUBLE-H1987/08/47
goatee, to a teeGANDALF1973/07/37
gobbet, gobletAMIGO1982/11/23
gobbet, gobletPOLLY1993/11/49
Golden Globes, Golden GlovesPLAIOLA*1993/04/39
golf balls, goloballsWOODIE1988/07/70
golilla, gorillaTREESONG1976/05/67
Gorby, GorkyPANACHE1990/06/59
gorge, gorseIFANDOR1980/09/54
goslings, moslingsHAP1980/06/71
gowan, rowanPOLLY1990/03/64
gownsman, townsmanMAB1989/03/61
gownsman, townsmanMERLIN2000/07/69
goyim, goyinTREESONG1974/09/25
Grammy, gremmyDUMBO, A.*1991/03/12
grape, graphDITTO1982/08/26
gravamen, gravemenBRUTUS1981/07/41
gravel, travelPOLLY1993/01/15
gremlin, KremlinHAP1980/08/13
grivet, privet, trivetHAP1978/10/09
groan, groin, grownHAP1975/08/35
grogram, programHAPOWL*1999/04/31
groundnut, groundoutDANDR1998/09/13
groundnuts, groundoutsNEWROW1988/11/28
growl, grownPOLLY1990/03/77
growl, grownPOLLY1994/09/78
guaco, guanoCLOVER1981/02/67
guddle, puddleHAPOWL*2001/06/33
guillemet, guillemotBAM1970/12/30
guillemet, guillemotHAP1982/11/77
guilt, quiltDITTO1979/11/53
gumphion, gumptionHAP1977/06/22
gumshoe, gym shoeSIBYL1992/09/31
guzzlers, puzzlersFIDDLE1977/07/35
guzzles, muzzles, puzzlesDADGIE*1976/06/06
gyrene, pyreneKAMEL1975/10/65
gyromancy, pyromancy, tyromancyERIC1983/04/05
hagride, hayrideNIGHTOWL2000/04/34
Haile, haoleWINDJAMMER1991/07/24
half-inch, hawfinchALF1983/08/95
halfway, hallwayMEO1978/09/72
halfway, hallwayHAP1985/01/10
halves, helvesTWEASER1983/02/53
hambo, RamboPANACHE1988/07/54
ham hock, hammockPANACHE1994/07/48
hamshackle, ramshackleFARO1972/05/08
hamshackle, ramshackleARACHNE1985/07/62
hamster, lamsterJOKER1988/10/27
hamster, lamsterSIBYL1988/10/38
handball, handbell, handbillHAP1978/03/27
handbell, handbillMEO1983/12/37
handout, hangoutHAPOWL*2001/06/44
harried, hurriedIFANDOR1989/08/63
Hatfields, hayfieldsTWEASER1992/09/20
haunted, vauntedMIDURNDIST1971/03/01
haven, maven, ravenWABBIT1999/05/33
headdress, readdressWINDJAMMER1989/07/70
health, hearthSEABEE1976/04/26
hearing, herringFANACRO1972/03/23
hearth, heartyPOLLY1985/08/84
heathen, heatherCLOVER1981/04/54
heder, SederIXAXAR1988/04/11
hedgehog, hedgehopHAP1980/02/27
hedgehog, hedgehopPANACHE1989/10/21
heel, hellTRASH1994/11/75
height, weightMEO1982/04/32
hell, wellG NATURAL2001/02/97
hellion, kellionNIGHTOWL1992/06/09
helmet, pelmetCORN COB1989/09/75
Hera, seraRANDOM WALK1981/11/15
herbarium, verbariumEOS1981/08/70
hereby, heresyMANGIE1988/07/32
hereby, heresyPANACHE1997/09/08
herein, heroinWITCHWORD1979/05/52
Hermes, herpesRANDOM WALK1981/11/16
hermit, permitHAP1984/02/76
hero, Nero, zeroDEE SWEET1981/12/78
heroes, herpesMR. TEX1997/06/23
heron, HuronLARCOH*1985/05/03
H.G. Wells, HowellsMR. TEX1995/11/28
hibachi, HitachiANEMONE1984/11/28
hideaway, ride awayFARO1976/10/50
hideous, hideoutGRAYDOL1974/06/34
hideous, hideoutELF1982/06/24
hideous, hideoutSHRDLU2001/09/14
hinges, HingisQUIP1997/08/47
hit man, titmanSIBYL1987/10/14
hog, hugANEMONE1980/12/65
hogan, zoganIXAXAR1985/02/69
holder, solderALLEGLORY1990/05/56
homebody, somebodyHAP1984/03/48
homebody, somebodyPANACHE1990/02/46
homelier, hotelierMOBAN*1999/07/35
homely, homilyHAPOWL*2001/02/17
homily, hominyG NATURAL2000/07/75
homophobe, homophoneUNCANNY1990/04/05
homophobic, homophonicTRAZOM1988/01/40
honda, hondoIXAXAR1982/10/74
honey, moneyWINDJAMMER1983/10/19
hoo-ha, hookaPANACHE1993/06/56
hooker, lookerMERLIN2000/03/81
horsemen, NorsemenG NATURAL2000/09/63
hostage, postageAMBER1980/02/03
hostage, postageSIBYL1986/12/02
hostage, postagePUGSLEY1995/10/28
hotshot, hot spotQAQAQ1989/08/38
hotshot, potshotQAQAQ1989/08/38
house, mouseWINDRIFT1981/06/53
howk, howlJOKER1987/05/41
Hubble, rubbleEOS1984/10/60
huge, HugoBELLES LETTRES1991/01/42
humbled, tumbledPOI1993/11/81
humidity, humilityPROBLEM CHILD1977/02/44
humps, humusPROBLEM CHILD1975/07/14
hybris, hybridFIDDLE1979/07/34
hydrophanous, hygrophanousHAP1976/01/75
ibis, irisPOLLY1986/08/21
Iceland, IrelandSYLPH1972/03/07
ichnography, iconographyTUT1977/03/29
iconoclast, iconoplastHAP1976/01/73
idiom, idiotMEO1979/03/10
iiwi, kiwiPEBBLES1994/01/43
ikra, okraULK1984/09/36
Il Duce, induceMARK DOWN*1994/01/23
immunity, impunityHAP1980/04/51
immunity, impunityROSEBUD1998/03/51
impala, impaleWINDJAMMER1992/09/58
imparted, importedACORN1976/01/50
impatiens, impatientDEE SWEET1983/05/56
impatient, inpatientHOHO1973/05/33
impatient, inpatientFARO1976/12/04
impatient, inpatientCLIO2000/05/44
implode, imploreMICROPOD1992/05/28
in camera, on cameraDART2000/04/73
inclement, incrementCAZIQUE1999/05/50
increased, uncreasedHAPOWL*1999/09/40
incunable, incurableSENOR1979/11/09
incurious, injuriousATLANTIC1990/11/54
indicted, inductedPETE TROLEUM1974/11/37
indigenous, undigenousFARO1975/10/14
indolent, insolentMERLIN1978/10/17
indolent, insolentTWEASER1989/03/89
indwell, inkwellMEO1979/02/78
indwell, inkwellOSTRIKER*1990/01/70
indwell, inkwellLOKI-52002/01/68
inequity, iniquityKRAY1997/10/20
infection, injectionPETE TROLEUM1977/07/49
infested, ingested, investedCLOVER1981/07/50
inion, onion, unionIRISH1978/07/55
initialed, initiatedHAP1975/04/36
injure, insureLILITH2001/05/64
injured, insuredHAP1975/11/42
inknot, inkpotWAGSTAFF1988/11/61
inlet, insetPANACHE1990/01/18
inlet, isletPANACHE1990/01/18
insidious, invidiousHAP1973/12/08
insolation, insulationDITTO1983/02/57
installed, instilledALLEGLORY1991/02/44
intercession, intersessionWINDJAMMER1991/06/23
interned, InternetTREESONG1996/04/68
interred, interrexALF1981/12/68
Inuit, inwitTREESONG1981/09/39
invasion, in visionPAMAPAMA1971/12/16
invective, inventiveHAP1980/06/10
invective, inventiveEBEAM1986/02/27
invective, inventiveTREESONG1993/10/19
inveighed, inveigledIFANDOR1978/02/49
inveighed, inveigledPANACHE1996/11/43
inveighed, inveigledMR. TEX1998/10/12
invent, investDITTO1982/07/52
iotacism, rotacismHAP1979/04/20
iotacism, rotacismUCAOIMHU1996/06/09
irate, orateEARL E. BYRD1998/02/13
irrigation, irritationPETE TROLEUM1972/03/30
Ismail, U.S. MailNEWROW1988/02/24
jackals, jackassUFO1984/03/71
jackhammer, tack hammerHAP1981/04/41
jailbird, railbirdVIKING1971/08/23
japery, naperyEOS1986/01/37
javelin, ravelinFARO1971/09/13
jawbreaker, lawbreakerHAP1973/01/47
jawbreakers, lawbreakersDOUBLE-H1981/03/74
jersey, kersey, MerseyHAPOWL*2000/03/79
jest, testHAP1984/12/04
Jets, Mets, NetsKRAY2001/12/64
jiggle, jingleAMBER1979/12/45
jitterbug, litterbugNIGHTOWL1987/09/05
jonquil, ronquilMERLIN1973/01/53
jonquil, ronquilWABBIT1999/09/28
journey, tourneyDITTO2000/03/59
joyous, poyousALF1981/11/85
junker, junketNIGHTOWL1973/12/32
justiciable, justifiableBRUTUS1979/12/69
Jutlandish, outlandishMERLIN1995/01/67
kazoo, L.A. zooMR. TEX1991/04/14
Kea, tea100 DOWN2001/02/A1
Keats, YeatsIXAXAR1986/10/61
Keats, YeatsIXAXAR1990/06/15
kelpie, kewpieHAP1976/04/40
kermes, kermisMIS-KNO-MER1971/11/20
Kermit, permitALICE1990/09/66
Khuai, KhuziNIGHTOWL1984/10/57
kickshaw, rickshawIXAXAR1991/08/24
kickshaw, rickshawIXAXAR1997/04/09
kindle, kindlyWINDJAMMER1989/01/26
kindle, kindlyCORN COB1992/04/07
kindled, kindredPOLLY1991/12/08
kindliness, kinglinessFIDDLE1972/04/43
King, ring, VingCAZIQUE1997/12/08
Kiri, KiwiPANACHE1987/09/41
kirsch, kitschSENOR1978/05/66
Kitchener, TitchenerMERLIN1994/09/18
knaves, knivesHAP1980/03/41
knickers, snickersHAP1978/05/48
knitting, knottingPLANTON1983/08/07
know, snowSEABEE1976/12/22
Kobe, robePOLLY1984/02/60
Kodak, KonakNIGHTOWL1992/03/62
Kodel, model, yodelNIGHTOWL1979/08/83
Kodiak, nodiakKAMEL1979/10/22
Koine, KO'ingTREESONG1986/11/26
kosher, nosherCALICOH1983/12/57
kosher, nosherALF1987/08/09
kosher, nosherIXAXAR1993/03/17
kudos, kudusPEBBLES1991/03/55
Kukukuku, KukurukuTREESONG1979/01/27
labdanum, laudanumISFAN1975/04/12
lambent, lambertJERG1982/06/68
lambent, lambertIXAXAR1989/12/14
langrage, languageNIGHTOWL1976/11/55
langrage, languageIXAXAR1982/07/78
lap robe, LatrobeMANGIE1982/05/68
lap robe, LatrobeQUIP1988/11/35
largo, (L)ErgoTREESONG1984/09/48
lash, lass, lastUCAOIMHU1997/10/47
lasted, LastexTWEASER1989/04/43
latke, latteDITTO2000/02/74
lavage, lovageHAP1987/12/41
lax, LXXALF1983/10/60
laurel, saurelKAMEL1977/01/27
learning, yearningVOLAR1978/10/47
Lebanon, Le BaronXEMU1998/08/66
leewan, leewayEOS1979/11/39
Le Mans, lemonsLUNCH BOY1998/11/45
Leonard, leopard, leotardG NATURAL2000/04/76
Leon Uris, LeonurusFAMUGIE*1986/04/16
leopard, leotardFARO1972/10/14
leopard, leotardGRAYDOL1974/07/09
leopard, leotardPROBLEM CHILD1977/10/24
leopard, leotardHOT1987/10/58
leotard, LiotardKAMEL1976/04/11
lever, loverATLANTIC1991/03/04
liability, viabilityCAUTERYZE*1997/12/53
libelist, life listMERLIN1987/04/25
libelist, life listLUNCH BOY2000/02/71
Liberace, liberateCALICOH1985/08/83
liberal, literalJERG1986/08/28
lice, lifeATLANTIC1991/10/87
licitation, limitationTREESONG1977/01/68
lids, lipsPROBLEM CHILD1977/01/19
likelihood, livelihoodACORN1975/12/56
likelihood, livelihoodFARO1978/02/25
likely, livelyMAB1989/01/70
Lima, rimaXEMU1995/08/07
limber, timberCERES1981/03/38
limber, timberNIGHTOWL1987/09/29
lined, linenATLANTIC1982/05/61
lingerie, singeriePROF. PAMPELMUSE1981/08/61
lingerie, singerieBLAQ*1989/05/62
lingerie, singerieJAELTI1992/09/06
linoleum, pinoleumNIGHTOWL1983/10/10
Linus, sinusMAYDAY1989/02/23
liqueur, tiqueurHAP1976/06/13
liqueur, tiqueurNIGHTOWL1987/07/13
lisp, wisp100 DOWN2000/08/52
litigation, mitigationMIS-KNO-MER1974/10/53
living well, living willNEWROW1992/02/36
L&M, m&mTREESONG1984/06/ku02
loange, loungeWINGIE*1989/01/10
loblolly bay, loblolly boyNIGHTOWL1982/02/54
lobster, mobsterULK1982/10/81
logograph, logogriphPOLLY1995/05/60
lo mein, love-inLUNCH BOY1998/06/64
loner, loser, lover, lowerTYMER*1993/12/10
lonesome, lovesomeMEO1980/05/09
loose, mooseGECKO1984/09/20
loose, mooseHAP1987/03/29
loose, mooseWABBIT1999/06/08
love, moveFIDDLE1981/05/48
lover, lowerWABBIT2000/09/44
lovingly, movinglyFARO1972/07/02
lower, powerFIDDLE1973/07/55
lubric, rubricPOLLY1982/02/56
lubric, rubricULK1988/02/11
lubricious, rubriciousPANACHE1989/06/07
lucid, luridHAP1982/09/71
Luddite, lydditeMERLIN1989/11/49
Luddite, lydditeBEO2000/04/78
luge, luteANEMONE1980/10/66
lull, luluWABBIT1995/12/66
lunch, lynchPOLLY1994/07/25
lunch, munchDITTO1980/02/68
lunch, munchWABBIT1991/07/58
luncheon, puncheonOAK1980/07/19
luncheon, puncheonISHMAEL1983/05/65
lured, LurexJOKED*1995/11/52
lurid, muridJOKER1991/06/09
madames, RadamesNIGHTOWL2000/12/42
Madden, maiden, MaldenTWEASER1986/11/31
madrague, mad rogueMICROPOD1988/02/59
Mafia, maniaSPROUT1999/12/44
mai tai, mao-taiTREESONG1989/09/53
mai tai, mao-taiXEMU2001/08/10
major, mayorCRATAEGUS1989/02/21
make love, Mike LovePANACHE2000/06/19
malady, miladyPOLLY1983/07/51
malady, miladyLEAFLET*1993/11/23
malaria, talariaMEO1981/08/59
mallenders, sallendersFARO'S DAUGHTER1979/08/60
Malta, YaltaMEO1983/04/15
mamba, mammaHARDRIC1977/07/37
Manache, manaclePEBBLES1995/06/46
manage, manegeANEMONE1981/02/41
manage, menageIFANDOR1981/04/77
mandala, MandelaMANGIE1990/04/52
mandatory, mundatoryBRILLIG1992/03/65
Manet, MonetSTITCH1985/04/69
Mangie's, mangoesSTITCH1985/12/83
manhandle, panhandleNEOPHYTE1977/06/71
manhandling, panhandlingMERLIN1990/08/60
maniac, maniocNIGHTOWL1974/01/19
maniac, maniocEBEAM1986/07/66
maniac, maniocKRAY1997/09/18
manque, masqueRANDOM WALK1978/12/71
mantas, mantisHAPOWL*2000/02/33
mantra, MantuaMANGIE1977/10/77
mantra, yantraNIGHTOWL1991/06/93
Manute, minuteWAGSTAFF1987/10/78
many, zanyWABBIT1995/06/38
marble, MarplePHIZZ1989/07/53
Marcoses, narcosesPANABLES*1993/02/25
marine, MarinoMUNRO1985/03/50
maritorious, meritoriousMUNRO1990/06/17
mark, martPANACHE1986/08/69
mark, parkJASMINE1997/03/39
marquetry, parquetryHAP1976/01/72
marten, martinPROBLEM CHILD1975/12/57
mascle, muscleIFANDOR1986/10/57
mascon, mascotNIGHTOWL1991/06/30
masoid, matoidHAP1979/08/33
massage, messageVAL1980/07/38
Massenet, tamenessMANGIE1994/08/58
massive, missivePOLLY1994/10/81
massive, missiveCAZIQUE1998/01/23
mastery, matteryBLACKSTONE1986/10/43
mastery, mysteryWITCHWORD1977/05/38
mater, paterMIS-KNO-MER1972/07/08
material, maternalBRUTUS1979/01/55
material, maternalDITTO1982/02/52
material, maternalPOLLY1984/12/68
material, maternalUNCANNY1992/02/75
material, maternalDUMBO, A.*1992/07/50
matinees, matinessHAP1988/12/35
matrimony, patrimonyKAMEL1976/07/41
maturate, saturateAZUNGU1970/12/23
maturation, saturationBLACKSTONE1979/08/38
maven, ravenMEO1978/05/59
meacock, peacockFARO1976/08/19
mealtime, meantimeAMIGO1980/01/19
Medea, mediaHAP1980/01/32
Medea, mediaCALICOH1985/02/39
medication, meditationMIS-KNO-MER1971/01/17
medication, meditationBROOKLYN BRINK1981/08/64
Megawati, megawattMERLIN1999/12/35
menopause, mesopauseIXAXAR1981/04/30
menus, VenusMANGIE1980/08/34
mercy, merryFIDDLE1984/06/47
merlin, merlonHAP1972/11/18
meter, miterMICROPOD1990/03/56
metrified, petrifiedPOLLY1992/12/14
mettlesome, nettlesomePOLLY1983/06/62
meward, rewardAIIE*1993/11/37
midget, midgutELF1984/11/53
midget, widgetSIBYL1987/09/36
milder, mildewHAP1974/04/08
mildewed, mild-eyedJUNERIC*1990/08/67
milestone, millstoneJERG1984/07/84
millage, villageMEO1980/07/27
miniseries, ministriesJO THE LOITERER1987/03/16
miniseries, ministriesGEORGE GROTH1987/03/22
miniseries, ministriesTE-ZIR-MAN1988/04/31
miniseries, ministriesFAMULUS1989/04/78
minister, sinisterMEO1977/08/17
minkery, monkeryNIGHTOWL1983/03/37
minster, monsterQUIP1992/08/64
minuses, minutesDOUBLE-H1988/03/38
minuses, misusesMERLIN2000/02/75
miscarriage, mismarriageKAMEL1977/02/10
misled, missedPOLLY1985/12/24
misled, missedPOLLY1989/02/69
misologist, mixologistPAP NDROME1987/06/34
mispicked, mispickelDOUBLE-H1988/02/58
mistbow, mistrowALF1987/08/24
mixen, vixenHAP1978/09/55
mobster, monsterPANACHE1987/04/06
mode, mope, more, moveCRATAEGUS1989/02/20
moggy, soggyXELINT2001/01/53
Mohism, monismNIGHTOWL1978/10/61
monogram, sonogramMUNRO1990/07/63
moo-cow, MoscowTREESONG1976/10/45
mood, moon, moor, mootRABBIT1977/06/36
moon, muonJERG1985/10/71
moose, mousePETE TROLEUM1972/11/40
moppet, MuppetALICE1990/09/67
mossback, toss backAMIGO1979/05/65
moted, motel, motetAMBER1980/04/64
mouchers, touchers, vouchersVIKING1972/08/44
moue, rouePROBLEM CHILD1974/04/10
moue, roueMANGIE1996/12/47
mouse, rouseFIDDLE1976/06/40
mouthful, youthfulSAGITTARIUS1972/01/x03
much, ouchWABBIT1995/04/75
Mudd, RuddLARRY1976/04/25
muffin, puffinMEO1981/07/52
muffing, muffinsMR. TEX1991/08/86
mummy, tummyWABBIT2001/08/70
munchkin, mutchkinMERLIN1989/04/45
munchkin, mutchkinNIGHTOWL2001/05/36
murgeon, surgeonAMBER1980/05/70
Muslim, muslinPOLLY1989/10/47
myositis, myosotisNEWROW1981/11/62
mystery, oysteryWINDJAMMER1987/06/85
naif, waifMAB1989/04/67
naked, namedDITTO1979/12/09
nary, vary, waryWABBIT1999/03/22
nation, natronTYED DOWN*1993/03/52
natron, patronPOLLY1983/09/64
nearby, nearlyBRILLIG1990/05/72
neater, neuterULKER*1998/07/62
negatory, nugatoryIXAXAR1982/09/09
neigher, neitherLARRY1986/08/08
nerve, serve, verveQUIP1989/12/34
New Age, sewageOSTRICH1990/11/75
Ne Win, no-winHAP1987/09/38
nimbi, NIMBYXEMU2001/06/10
nimble Will, [Wimble, Will]GEORGE GROTH1988/07/12
nimbly, numblyNIGHTOWL1986/10/06
niceties, ninetiesMEO1977/04/30
niceties, ninetiesMR. TEX1991/02/49
nicked, wickedA. CHEM1972/09/50
ninus, ninutIFANDOR1986/09/72
nit-pick, nutpickNIGHTOWL1974/02/12
nival, rivalNEOPHYTE1977/09/81
Noah, noshWABBIT1998/08/45
Nobelist, novelistNIGHTOWL1976/10/28
Nobelist, novelistPANACHE1995/6/75
Nobelists, novelistsDOUBLE-H1984/10/55
nobility, nubilityCERES1981/07/23
nod, nog, nor, not, nowMR. TEX2000/02/54
noetic, poeticIFANDOR1976/08/53
nonesuch, unchosenHAPOWL*1999/07/31
nosarian, rosarianMERLIN1997/02/56
noshing, nothingDOUBLE-H1986/10/31
noshing, nothingANOMALY2000/05/28
nostrum, rostrumKAMEL1975/04/62
nougat, noughtKNOTSMITH1982/02/59
nougat, noughtWINDJAMMER1989/10/81
nougat, noughtJOKER1992/04/42
nougat, noughtRASTELLI1997/12/60
nubiferous, nuciferousHAP1980/10/44
oarlock, warlockHAP1974/01/03
oarlock, warlockGECKO1985/02/45
object, obtectCOUNT1982/07/22
oblong, oolongACORN1975/09/22
Odinga, OgingaMERLIN1983/11/ku02
Ohoopee, whoopeeMERLIN1993/09/37
oink, pinkCORN COB1992/07/69
okra, orraIFANDOR1988/10/69
onion, OrionJOKER1995/01/82
onyx, PnyxTREESONG1974/08/50
oolite, politeMANGIE1982/04/19
oolong, so longMR. TEX1996/01/69
opal, ovalPOLLY1996/06/47
operate, overateHAPOWL*1999/11/03
opting, outingAMIGO1979/04/58
orang, prangJOKER1992/12/35
oration, ovationTREESONG1979/12/72
Origen, originNIGHTOWL1986/08/78
Orion, orlonMANGIE1980/04/59
orison, prisonKAMEL1976/12/61
ornery, orreryMANGIE1978/12/60
ornery, orreryTERRAPIN1994/06/48
ornery, orreryDITTO1997/08/08
ornery, orreryMR. TEX2000/08/48
osmetic, osmoticNIGHTOWL1975/07/57
ossia, OstiaG NATURAL2000/04/26
other, otterPETE TROLEUM1974/09/51
other, otterUNIQORN1978/08/35
ottava, OttawaXEMU1995/08/06
ottava, OttawaG NATURAL2000/04/27
otter, outerUNIQORN1978/08/35
otter, utterUNIQORN1978/08/35
ouch, ough, ouphPLANTON1984/05/38
Ouida, OuijaTREESONG1997/11/24
ouster, oysterMANGIE1976/07/72
ouster, oysterVLADIMIR, ELD1995/04/25
outfit, outwitHAP1975/02/25
outfit, outwitPOLLY1986/06/18
outrace, outrageVIKING1971/03/13
overbooked, overcooked, overlookedNIGHTOWL1977/10/14
overfly, overtlyHAP1983/10/56
overreach, overreactMANGIE1977/03/05
overshoe, overshotHAP1980/05/29
overshoe, overshotPANABLES*1993/08/17
paddle, peddle, piddle, poddle, puddleGENIT*1999/05/16
paddock, padlockMEO1981/04/58
paddock, padlockPOOKY1986/05/45
paean, paeonIFANDOR1986/05/64
paean, paganDANT'E*1993/07/31
paeans, pagansMANGIE1981/10/60
pagan, pavanNEOPHYTE1977/01/56
painter, pointerPROBLEM CHILD1975/01/19
palsy, walsyTREESONG1979/08/65
paltry, pantryPROBLEM CHILD1976/10/29
paltry, pantry, pastryGRAYDOL1975/02/38
paltry, pastryWABBIT1990/02/82
pamper, pauperDITTO1979/08/63
pamper, pauperWABBIT1995/05/77
pancreatism, pan-CroatismTRAZOM2000/04/35
Pandemonians, VandemoniansMERLIN1989/05/63
panfry, pantryPOLLY1996/07/71
pang, ping, pongWINDRIFT1993/08/11
paradiddle, taradiddlePANACHE2001/08/81
Paramus, PyramusJO THE LOITERER1990/01/77
Paramus, PyramusXEMU1998/07/06
paranoid, pyranoidSPROUT1999/09/68
parcel poet, parcel postMERLIN1995/02/77
pargyline, party lineALF1985/10/14
pargyline, party lineTYGER1999/03/70
pariah, parishDITTO1979/09/42
pariah, parishIFANDOR1985/06/20
pariah, parishWALK2000/04/37
pariah, parishLILITH2001/12/35
parish, perishPROBLEM CHILD1974/02/41
parsley, pursleyARACHNE1985/08/24
parsonage, personageMEO1978/03/12
pass master, pass musterMERLIN1988/05/29
pass master, past masterMERLIN1988/05/29
pasta, RastaNOT INSANE!1985/06/09A
pastiche, posticheIXAXAR1984/08/62
past master, postmasterMERLIN1988/05/29
past master, postmasterULK1988/05/47
pasty, tastyANEMONE1979/10/03
patio, ratioNIGHTOWL1983/03/75
patter, patzerJOKER1992/02/35
pea green, sea green, tea greenBLACKSTONE1987/04/22
Pearl Bailey, pearl barleyMANGIE1975/09/49
Pearl Bailey, pearl barleyPROF. PAMPELMUSE1981/07/35
Pearl Bailey, pearl barleyWABANNY*1991/07/51
pedantic, VedanticDEE SWEET1982/02/26
pedantic, VedanticUCAOIMHU1999/04/40
pediment, sedimentHAP1981/03/37
Pegasus, petasusULK1982/04/21
Pegasus, petasusNIGHTOWL1991/12/19
Pegasus, petasusPANACHE1993/04/14
penguin, pinguinNIGHTOWL1978/03/69
pentacle, tentacleAV1987/07/57
peony, phonyWABBIT1989/11/63
peony, phonyDART1994/09/07
perfume, perfuseAMIGO1979/10/51
Pergonal, personalLUNCH BOY1998/01/51
period, PernodPLANTON1984/04/86
peripheral, peripteralIXAXAR1982/12/52
Peron, PerotCONK*1993/02/51
perpetrate, perpetuateHAP1974/07/13
perpetrate, perpetuatePOLLY1982/05/56
perpetrated, perpetuatedKAMEL1976/02/59
Perrier, terrierJOKER1987/06/13
Perrier, terrierNOLA1994/03/75
pesetas, pesewasTREESONG1982/08/18
"Peter Pan", Peter PauPANACHE2001/05/22
pheasant, pleasantPHIZZ1988/03/29
phenetics, phoneticsEOS1985/05/54
philanthropist, psilanthropistFARO1976/02/06
photograph, phytographNIGHTOWL1981/11/81
photograph, protographMERLIN1974/06/51
phycography, phytographyHAP1976/01/74
piaster, plasterENDGAME1996/06/12
pica, pikaIFANDOR1982/11/20
pidgin, pigginMANGIE1974/11/04
pieces, PiscesERIC1983/05/12
pigeon, pignonNIGHTOWL1992/03/78
pigeon-toad, pigeon-toedTREESONG1972/07/25
piggyback, piggy bankHAP1989/03/46
pigheadedness, pinheadednessTWEASER1986/10/50
pigmaker, wigmakerNIGHTOWL1989/05/42
pig out, pinoutULK1990/01/15
pike, pipeWABBIT2000/05/47
pimple, simpleMR. TEX1995/10/37
pinguid, pinguinNIGHTOWL1978/03/51
pinguid, pinguinMICROPOD1990/03/34
pipe one's eye, wipe one's eyeMERLIN1989/06/13
piqued, piquetPROBLEM CHILD1974/10/48
place, ploceIXAXAR1984/10/82
placed, placidKNOTSMITH1982/04/65
placed, placidFIDDLE1986/08/17
plague, plaqueMIS-KNO-MER1971/12/14
plague, plaqueHAPOWL*1973/09/22
plague, plaqueJO THE JAMMER*1989/04/15
plaid, plainSPHINX1984/06/22
plaiter, planter, plasterENDGAME1996/06/12
planform, platformFARO1985/07/48
plang, prangWINDRIFT1981/03/58
planter, plasterDITTO1982/11/71
Pliska, pliskyG NATURAL2001/06/36
pock, porkAL GEBRA1991/02/79
pock, puckAL GEBRA1991/02/79
pogonia, pogonipIXAXAR1980/09/94
pogonia, pogonipXEMU1994/11/02
Poi, popTYGER1994/10/59
poison, prisonBAMBAM1982/11/32
poison, prisonAV1987/09/73
poison, prisonPOLLY1990/02/71
poison, prisonXELINT2000/08/cf34
poisoner, prisonerNEWROW1981/05/46
police, policyEBEAM1985/12/60
police, policyMR. TEX1991/05/45
police, policyPOLLY1993/06/77
police, politePOLLY1986/01/64
police, politeJOKICE*1996/01/28
pollen, pollexHAP1981/10/74
pollex, PolluxMANGIE1979/02/33
pollsters, pollutersHAP1980/09/96
polo, soloDIRTY JACK1989/04/40
polverine, wolverineFARO1974/01/42
pomphus, pompousHAPOWL*2001/08/41
pompons, pompousRANDOM WALK1982/01/68
poodle, soodleWINDRIFT1985/02/56
poodle, soodleWABBIT1999/01/61
pooh, poshNIGHTOWL1998/03/09
popovers, PopovetsNIGHTOWL1989/04/27
porthole, postholeHAP1977/01/57
portrayal, Port RoyalLUNCH BOY1998/07/70
position, positronBEAGLE1991/12/45
position, positronQED1995/12/21
postage, pottageJERG1988/04/52
postnasal, postnatalHOHO1972/09/43
poured, poutedAZUNGU1970/12/09
praise, PraissNIGHTOWL2000/07/19
praline, prasinePROBLEM CHILD1975/11/49
precatory, predatory, prefatoryKING FRIVOLITY1999/07/18
precession, processionPOLLY1993/09/68
precious, previousSENOR1980/03/57
precious, previousJUNEBUG1984/07/53
precious, previousUNCANNY1990/09/04
precious, previousMR. TEX1990/09/48
predatory, prefatoryBRUTUS1979/03/12
prelature, prematureALF1988/01/16
pre-Madonna, prima donnaISIS1996/07/28
premised, premixedBRUTUS1979/08/81
prepense, pretenseIFANDOR1972/03/43
preposition, propositionSIBYL1986/11/14
preposition, propositionWRYBOSH1999/09/56
prescribe, proscribeARBUTUS1990/08/81
prevenance, provenanceMERLIN1999/11/10
process, profess, prowessIVIE1979/12/27
process, prowessMEO1978/11/23
processional, professionalTREEDOCBRO*1984/07/66
processor, professorNIGHTOWL1981/10/04
profound, propoundAMIGO1979/04/68
program, urogramARACHNE1987/05/47
project, protectEOS1981/10/29
prologue, prorogueSIBYL1989/11/12
promoted, promptedDEE SWEET1985/01/35
promoting, promptingULKER*1991/06/94
prong, wrongWABBIT1996/11/18
propel, properWABBIT1997/09/27
prophesy, trophesyNIGHTOWL1983/02/11
prophet, propjetERIC1982/12/05
protean, proteinFARO1973/06/30
protean, proteinMANGIE1989/11/47
protect, protestLILITH1998/08/16
protein, wrote inDUMBO, A.*1992/01/23
protest, protistWINDJAMMER1990/02/57
Ptah, UtahNIGHTOWL1992/06/52
Puck, Tuck100 DOWN1996/05/20
pulse, purseATLANTIC1991/09/01
pupal, pupilHAPOWL*1997/11/10
purfle, purpleNIGHTOWL1975/04/28
purfle, purpleISFAN1976/06/45
Pushkin, pushpinHAP1979/01/57
Pushkin, pushpinTWEASER1985/12/27
Pushkin, pushpinMANGIE1999/09/53
Pyrrhonism, pyrrhotismMERLIN1972/12/38
Pyrrhonism, pyrrhotismHAPOWL*2001/08/69
Q-and-A's, QantasQAQAQ1991/08/78
qajaq, Qaqaq, QazaqOSTRICH1992/01/61
Qaqaq, QazaqQAQAQ1987/04/16
Qaqaq, QazaqXEMU1998/12/54
Q-Tip, QuipCHICO*1985/07/45
Q-Tip, QuipPANACHE1997/07/24
quaff, quiffKAIZEN1998/09/21
quagga, quaggyPOLLY1996/10/36
qualify, qualityNEOPHYTE1977/10/67
quark, quirkXEIPON1987/12/54
quash, quasiNIGHTOWL1985/04/54
quean, queen, quernPROBLEM CHILD1976/07/62
Queeg, queenVOLAR1981/02/16
queen, quernCORN COB1990/03/82
quieter, quilter, quitterKEEN1983/01/50
Quik, QuipTYGER1994/10/58
quilling, quiltingNIGHTOWL1983/05/53
quip, quizHAP1984/12/05
quite, suiteMANGIE1976/09/69
rabble, rubbleHAP1986/03/69
rabid, tabidAV1987/12/61
racahout, tacahoutMICROPOD1990/03/20
Racine, racingJOKIE*1989/04/21
racket, rocketMEO1983/11/32
ragout, ran outULK1990/08/70
ragout, ran outLEAFLET*1993/08/59
raki, sakiIXAXAR1983/12/85
ramify, ratifyIFANDOR1984/10/72
random, ransomIRISH1980/08/47
rat race, retraceNIGHTOWL1976/04/64
rat race, retraceAMIGO1981/04/42
rat race, retracePANACHE1989/11/30
really, realtyBODOLPH1978/02/63
realm, rearmKAPBOOK*1993/07/66
reasonable, seasonableVAL1977/04/58
rebade, rebateSHRDLU1982/02/02
rebate, rebatoPOLLY1989/12/12
rebec, xebecHAP1981/01/59
rebec, xebecAV1987/08/40
rebounding, redounding, resoundingAZUNGU1971/01/02
rebus, rebutBRUTUS1978/08/20
rebus, rebutBEACON1990/12/62
rebus, zebusNIGHTOWL1980/01/28
redaction, reductionIXAXAR1992/05/64
red dye, red-eyeAESOP1994/02/08
red laver, Rod LaverMERLIN1975/07/64
redness, redressHAP1985/02/26
redness, redressPANACHE1987/05/51
redness, redressPOLGIE*1992/01/16
redoing, Red WingSAKRY*1988/12/47
redox, reduxJERG1983/12/51
redress, regressHAP1985/02/26
red sable, reusableMANGIE1992/09/26
reelection, reflectionCORN COB1992/05/26
refereed, referredJERG1986/05/49
reference, reverenceFIDDLE1972/03/46
refurbish, refurnishMEO1980/02/53
refuse, refuteAMIGO1980/05/65
regelation, regulationPAP NDROME1987/09/77
reggae, ReggieLOLITA1980/12/34
register, resisterWILLz1973/10/19
register, resisterMANGIE1980/09/16
register, resisterCALICOH1986/09/19
regress, regretsHAP1985/02/26
regret, regrewWINDJAMMER1986/12/20
relax, relayHAP1985/04/67
relent, repentDITTO1982/12/37
relied, reliefACORN1983/11/13
reparation, separationSENOR1978/11/61
reply, yeplyULK1984/03/82
resolution, revolutionKAMEL1975/07/01
rest, zestA. CHEM1971/08/19
Reuters, routersWRYBOSH2000/07/01
revenge, revenueDITTO1980/10/46
revenge, revenueENDGAME1998/02/29
reverie, reverseHAP1976/09/17
reveries, reversesHAP1988/02/10
reward, rewordNIGHTOWL1977/07/x02
reward, rewordRODNEY1990/02/40
rheology, theologyNIGHTOWL1977/10/76
rhyme, thymeBODOLPH1983/12/22
rhyme, why meMR. TEX1996/10/19
rigor, vigorPETE TROLEUM1977/02/50
Rivera, RiversPAP NDROME1988/12/42
roaster, roosterHAP1977/01/16
robber band, rubber bandDOUBLE-H1982/09/43
robbery, rubberyPANACHE1989/12/63
rockbound, rock houndNIGHTOWL1979/04/70
rogue, roqueGEORGE GROTH1980/12/21
roost, roustSAXIFRAGE1998/07/37
roque, toqueKATEDID1979/11/03
roral, ruralAMIGO1979/02/54
Rosen, rosinTREESONG1980/12/07
routine, routingBROOKLYN BRINK1981/06/12
ruining, runningBROOKLYN BRINK1981/10/52
sadhe, sadhuUCAOIMHU1998/02/39
salmon, saloonMANGIE1989/04/59
salvable, solvableEARL E. BYRD2000/05/60
salvage, selvageMACHIAVELLI1982/05/49
salver, silverPROBLEM CHILD1974/03/49
samba, SamoaWINNY*1991/02/60
same, someWABBIT1995/06/41
Sam Hill, YamhillATLANTIC1991/04/01
samoyed, savoyedWINDJAMMER1991/05/23
samphire, sapphireARACHNE1984/08/32
samphire, sapphireEBEAM1985/07/72
sample, simpleMEO1974/06/04
sample, simpleWREN1985/08/18
sandpaper, sandpiperFAULKNER1987/02/33
Sanka, SantaWINDJAMMER1989/12/05
sarong, strongPAUL & VIRGINIA1977/08/06
savoy, savvyMANGER*1989/03/47
scale, scalpBAIRN1979/07/15
scallion, stallionHAPOWL*1999/12/55
scalpeen, spalpeenHAP1984/12/50
scared, seared, shared, snared, soared, spared, staredPOLLY1995/11/35
scathe, scythePANACHE2001/05/47
scatter, spatter, swatterSENOR1977/10/12
scenographer, stenographerWITCHWORD1977/09/64
scenography, stenographyQUIP1987/08/58
scenography, stenographyIFANDOR1988/04/71
schism, schistHAPOWL*2001/12/46
Schulman, Skhul manAI1995/04/23
Scone, StoneWINDRIFT1987/02/48
score, shore, snore, store, sworeDITTO1982/09/34
scrape, scraseFARO1973/03/50
scrape, serapePROBLEM CHILD1975/02/39
scrape, serapeWABBIE*1991/09/51
scrimshander, scrimshankerWABBIT1993/04/66
scuffle, souffleIVIE1980/07/09
scuffle, souffleMR. TEX1993/01/46
S curve, scurvyWINDJAMMER1992/11/63
sea change, sex changeNIGHTOWL1983/04/63
seafood, SeafordMAYA1994/02/29
seamsters, teamstersMEO1981/03/04
sear, soarPANACHE2001/02/16
sebaceous, setaceousSENOR1978/02/05
self-actor, sex factorALF1985/01/73
self-reference, self-reverenceQAQAQ1992/05/80
senora, SonoraPEBBLES1991/01/04
septet, sextetNEWROW1982/10/56
serape, seraphMANGIE1980/12/39
serapes, seraphs, SerapisHAPOWL*1997/12/72
sermon, termonVIKING1971/12/34
settee, setterPROBLEM CHILD1973/07/02
settee, settlePROBLEM CHILD1973/07/02
settee, sutteeHAPOWL*1998/04/58
sexer, sixerTHE POO1985/10/28
shacked, shocked, shuckedPROBLEM CHILD1976/08/29
shafting, shiftingHARDRIC1978/09/28
shake, shareGINGER ELLA1979/11/69
shall, smallALLEGLORY1991/03/47
shalom, slalomMANGIE1977/12/65
shalom, slalomPHIZZ1992/09/16
shark, spark, starkVAL1977/03/52
shaul, shawlABACUS1996/06/55
shave, slave, stave, suaveGRAYDOL1975/09/57
shear, smear, spear, swearBAIRN1977/10/14
sheep, shlepWABBIT2000/02/69
sheep, sleepATLANTIC1990/12/16
sheep, sleep, sweepBAIRN1977/06/63
sheepwalk, sleepwalkULK1983/10/45
sheep walk, sleepwalkNIGHTOWL1991/03/11
sherry, skerryMANGIE1975/05/47
shiatzu, Shih TzuQAQAQ1992/11/70
shiftless, shirtlessMEO1981/11/69
shikra, shiksaNIGHTOWL1991/11/54
shiv, spivHAPOWL*1999/08/55
shod, shoe, shop, shot, showBRUTUS1977/01/10
short, snort, sportVAL1976/07/31
showdown, slowdownHAP1977/10/61
showy, snowyWABBIT1996/11/71
shred, siredWABBIT1998/02/67
shriek, shrinkNIGHTOWL1977/09/28
shrivel, shrivenIFANDOR1978/07/48
shuffle, souffleALF1988/10/60
shuffle, souffle, spufflePANACHE1995/02/28
sibling, sidling, simlingWABBIT1999/12/34
sickbed, sickledALF1982/04/79
signed, signetMEO1979/06/51
sikar, sitarPANACHE1987/09/80
silver, solverHAP1987/02/16
simar, sitarISFAN1974/12/25
Simmons, summonsTAHNAN2000/12/55
Simonides, simonizesULLY BYRD*1999/02/08
sinner, winnerT-9-C TEXAN1974/01/26
siring, springIRISH1978/05/04
skein, steinSIOBHAN1993/08/22
skinker, stinkerJOKER1989/06/65
slade, spadeMANGIE1977/12/41
slang, slingPANACHE1996/02/28
slammer, slimmerPANACHE1989/03/71
slap shot, snapshotHAP1982/06/82
slave, suaveDITTO1982/03/41
slim, swimLILITH2001/08/46
smallage, smellageOSTRICH1991/02/71
smelt, speltG NATURAL1999/03/0?
smithy, stithyB. NATURAL1972/11/34
smithy, stithyA. CHEM1973/06/47
snacks, stacksDITTO1980/02/69
snath, swathLARRY1983/02/20
snifter, swifterWABBIT1991/01/05
snore, snortFIDDLE1976/02/52
snowball, snowfallIRISH1978/09/20
soapy, soppy, soupyHAP1977/05/20
soave, suaveNIGHTOWL1989/03/90
sober, suberVAL1979/08/57
sodden, suddenBAFUL1975/03/27
soever, solverBEO1999/05/02
sole, soloWABBIT2000/05/49
sol-fa, sulfaLUNGFISH*1997/01/56
some, soreWABBIT1995/06/41
sonority, sororityHAPOWL*2001/05/52
sorely, surelyWITCHWORD1979/06/11
sorites, spritesHAPOWL*1997/01/51
Sosa, so-soR/EDS1998/11/53
space-time, spare timeGOOGOL1979/04/09
spacious, speciousDITTO1981/05/03
spacious, speciousMR. TEX1999/07/21
spaldeen, spalpeenD. NESS2000/11/93
sparling, starlingMERLIN1981/03/18
speculation, spiculationFIDDLE1979/01/72
spend, upendWABBIT2001/06/61
spied, spielWABBIT1996/07/66
splint, sprintBROOKLYN BRINK1981/02/10
spoof, spook, spool, spoon, spoorT-9-C TEXAN1974/03/37
spoonerism, spooneyismCHICO*1987/02/19
sporty, spottyHAPOWL*2000/02/57
spotted, stottedWINDRIFT1979/12/20
sprang, springMEO1981/09/55
sprightly, uprightlyIFANDOR1983/11/27
springe, syringeSENGIE*1989/02/67
spring steel, SpringsteenDOUBLE-H1987/06/21
spurn, spurs, spurtKAPRY KORN1989/11/16
squab, squat, squawHAP1976/12/51
square deal, square mealHAP1979/02/17
stabbed, stabledDITTO1981/07/30
stack, stick, stock, stuckKAMEL1977/06/33
stagger, swaggerZER-01973/01/07
starlet, starlitTWEASER1989/08/15
starling, starvingHAP1982/02/65
stationary, stationeryVOLAR1979/11/57
stationary, stationeryPOLLY1996/01/60
statue, statusIFANDOR1981/11/23
stealing, sterlingNEOPHYTE1976/09/58
steed, steel, steerPQOGO-PHQRED1989/09/73
stentor, stertorULK1982/12/21
stepson, StetsonTYGER1999/04/65
stickum, stickupCORN COB1992/06/35
stinger, stinkerJOKER1989/06/65
stipple, stipulePOLLY1984/06/50
stockholder, StockholmerQAQAQ1993/04/05
straight-faced, straight-lacedHAP1979/05/61
stranger, stringer, strongerHARDRIC1979/09/39
stricture, structurePOLLY1991/11/30
strides, stripesAMIGO1979/07/75
striggle, struggleERGO1983/11/69
strike, strokeATLANTIC1989/10/67
stye, StyxXELINT2001/09/18
subset, sunsetNIGHTOWL1977/05/35
succession, succussionHAP1980/04/70
succession, succussionULK1987/12/43
sugan, sugarLARRY1979/07/38
Sunday, sundryNIGHTOWL1998/08/39
sun-dried, sundriesMR. TEX2000/04/50
sunglasses, sung massesHUDU1987/11/56
superstation, superstitionCORN COB1988/11/33
superstation, superstitionXEMU2000/03/80
supper table, supportableBEACON1995/05/55
svelter, swelterATLANTIC1982/07/74
sweater, swelterDOUBLE-H1982/07/18
sweatshop, sweetshopMR. TEX1991/12/62
syllabub, syllabusFANACRO1979/10/50
syllabub, syllabusULK1985/02/64
syllabub, syllabusCORN COB1990/07/68
syllabub, syllabusSASSIQUADRO*1999/10/02
synaptic, synopticG NATURAL1998/11/49
tabaret, taboretAMIGO1979/07/74
tahini, TahitiPHIZZ1993/05/42
tain, thinIXAXAR1982/11/61
talesman, talismanMANGIE1975/11/28
talesman, talismanXEMU1995/05/28
tanglad, tangledELF1982/11/07
tangue, tangun, TangutBLACKSTONE1981/01/25
tankard, tanyardLARRY1984/05/54
taper, tapirIXAXAR1984/01/31
taproom, taprootHAP1979/10/27
taproom, taprootPANACHE1991/08/22
tapster, tipsterMEO1979/03/58
tapster, tipsterHAP1989/02/62
tardy, tarryLARRY1978/12/53
tarn, yarnACORN1977/03/36
tarnish, varnishHAP1974/07/47
tarnish, varnishARACHNE1984/11/50
tarnished, varnishedSYLPH1972/04/05
tarpan, tartan, TarzanFARO'S DAUGHTER1979/09/30
tarpan, tarponKAMEL1977/05/62
tartan, TarzanTREESONG1981/12/20
taste, wasteWINDJAMMER1983/10/18
tasting, testingJERG1987/01/27
teachings, tea-thingsHUDU1990/04/66
teacup, team up, tear upDITTO1994/09/56
teak, tealPROBLEM CHILD1975/11/48
Te Deum, tediumWINDRIFT1981/07/11
Te Deum, tediumCORN COB1988/09/15
Te Deum, tediumULK1988/09/43
Te Deum, tediumKRAY1999/12/47
Teee, theeTREESONG1992/10/ku
tempeh, temperIXAXAR1990/08/82
tempera, tempuraHAP1981/01/32
tempera, tempuraASKEW1984/03/06
tempora, tempuraMANGIE1981/01/35
tenebra, terebraMICROPOD1990/05/62
teratism, teretismPEBBLES1990/10/73
tercel, tercetIXAXAR1988/07/I05
terrace, terraneCORN COB1992/12/50
terse, verseCORN COB1987/10/30
terse, verseARBUTUS1992/11/53
testify, testilyPOLLY1983/04/74
testify, testilyMR. TEX2000/08/62
Thales, whalesBODOLPH1979/03/29
theme, thymeSISYPHUS1993/12/25
thesis, tmesisAMIGO1980/06/31
thesis, tmesisNEWROW1986/09/64
thesis, tmesisJASMINE1998/03/60
thingum, thingutQAQAQ1992/01/41
thistle, whistleACORN1977/12/28
thrawn, thrownHARDRIC1980/10/42
threat, throatHAP1985/06/03
thrush, thrustPETE TROLEUM1973/07/33
timbrel, tumbrelHAP1989/03/84
tiptoe, tip-topPANACHE1991/01/31
tithe, titleWABBIT1998/09/68
"To A Louse", ToulouseXEIMHU*1996/04/39
Tom Allen, tomalleyTREESONG1993/10/30
Tommy Tucker, tummy tuckerMANGIE1994/09/81
top hat, TophetMANGIE1983/09/33
"Top Hat", TophetXEMU1994/03/12
topic, toxicPOLLY1993/12/36
topologist, typologistHAP1974/06/45
toque, tuqueAMIGO1979/11/34
torment, torrentFRAKER*1990/08/52
touche, touchySPHINX1984/10/47
tradesman, tradevmanTREESONG1972/03/19
tradesman, tradevmanWINDJAMMER1984/12/40
Trans Am, transomEOS1984/05/73
trap, tripWABBIT1991/07/56
treed, triedBLACKSTONE1985/06/35
tribadism, tribalismHAP1977/04/44
trice, twiceMOMUS1986/12/35
trig, trimULK1983/10/16
tripe, tropePOLLY1985/04/39
triplane, triptaneQAQAQ1988/08/09
Tristan, TriStarSLIK1995/05/66
troupers, trousersKAMEL1975/05/43
trucks, trunksPROBLEM CHILD1976/06/61
tuba, tunaWABBIT2000/05/51
tuna, tuneWABBIT2000/05/51
turnip, turnupNIGHTOWL1989/11/32
twelves, T-WolvesMAELSTROM2001/07/ku02
Tylenol, xylenolMp1983/07/19
typos, tyrosWITCHWORD1977/08/64
ubiquity, uniquityMERLIN1997/07/63
udder, underMANGIE1977/09/42
Ufa, UFOWINDJAMMER1984/11/48
ufologist, urologistULK1987/03/01
ugli, uglyANEMONE1983/11/37
ultra vires, ultravirusHAP1976/05/05
unable, usableHAP1983/04/78
underpants, underpartsNIGHTOWL1982/07/43
undoing, undyingMEO1982/02/16
unease, ureaseUCAOIMHU2001/09/50
ungently, urgentlyFIDDLE1972/05/20
ungently, urgentlyLARRY1990/03/60
unhatched, unmatchedWILLz1973/03/32
unholstered, upholsteredMANGIE2002/01/13
un-hunh, unhungXEMU1998/05/15
uninhabited, uninhibitedHAP1974/09/32
uninhabited, uninhibitedRUTHLESS1986/01/58
uninjured, uninsuredMEO1982/01/26
unreasonable, unseasonableMICROPOD1990/07/33
untie, untilDITTO1981/04/13
unwifely, unwiselyMEO1978/10/69
unwind, upwindHAP1971/11/18
vacation, vocationPETE TROLEUM1973/02/13
vacation, vocationIXAXAR1997/12/13
vague, vagus HAPOWL*2000/11/94
vague, vogueNEOPHYTE1976/04/49
value, valveIRISH1977/12/07
value, valvePOLLY1986/04/32
vatical, VaticanULK1983/01/22
vehicle, vesicleNIGHTOWL1975/12/08
velvet, vervetWINDRIFT1980/06/12
venue, VenusTWEASER1989/07/44
veracity, voracityFIDDLE1975/05/52
veracity, voracityHAP1978/03/36
veracity, voracityIRISH1980/06/62
verify, verilyFIDDLE1980/02/61
verses, versusANOMALY1997/12/68
vertiginous, vortiginousHAP1980/12/12
vetoed, vettedLILITH1999/11/48
victual, virtualPOLLY1995/04/57
vied, viewWINDJAMMER1985/05/44
vowed, vowelALLEGLORY1991/02/70
wafted, waited, wanted, wastedEOS1980/03/60
waiter, whiter, writerBRUTUS1981/11/45
wallaba, wallabyIXAXAR1985/02/59
warming, warning, warringVERJ1980/04/33
Warren G., warringLEAFLET*1995/11/63
warship, worshipPANTY*1994/09/14
wasp, wispVAL1977/10/45
wasp, wisp100 DOWN2000/08/52
wattage, wattapeNIGHTOWL1978/11/69
weakling, weak linkPANACHE1991/01/70
webbed, wedbedERIC1982/06/14
wee, woeWABBIT1998/02/08
well, willG NATURAL2001/02/97
Wen Ch'ang, wenchingHUDU1985/02/48
whisker, whiskeyDEE SWEET1980/01/02
whistled, whittledPETE TROLEUM1973/06/45
wideout, wipeoutSTORYTELLER1996/10/63
wigwag, wigwamTWEASER1984/01/63
wimble, wimpleMEO1984/03/60
windfall, windgallMERLIN1989/06/46
windlass, windlessHAP1973/10/32
windlass, windlessHAP1979/11/75
winery, wintryAMBER1980/03/48
withered, withe rodLUNCH BOY1999/04/12
witless, witnessAMBER1981/09/60
witless, witnessIFANDOR1987/10/68
woe, wok, won, wooWABBIT1998/02/08
wooded, woodenACORN1976/09/03
wood rose, woodwoseWINDJAMMER1989/12/56
Woodstock, wood storkXED*1997/03/51
wrote, wrothDITTO1980/02/71
Y2K, yakBTNIRN1999/02/05
yacht, yashtNIGHTOWL1986/09/79
yarn, yawnANDREAS2000/10/03
yeah, yechWINDJAMMER1992/10/27
yearling, yearningVOLAR1978/10/48
yearling, yearningHAPOWL*2000/05/84
yoked, yokelPOLLY1994/05/34
zecchini, zucchiniULK1986/09/45
Zionist, zoonistNIGHTOWL1989/07/35
ziti, zitsHAP1988/01/15
zloty, zootyLEAFIE*1994/01/09
 
Letter Changes (Bigram)
dragons, flagonsIFANDOR1986/04/36
Emily and Henry, Emory and HenryDOUBLE-H1983/02/23
enough, plough, thoughBRUTUS1982/11/x03
father, motherBAMBAM1983/07/26
inch, ouchWINDRIFT1986/06/24
marjoram, MarjorieIFANDOR1987/02/26
Pinochet, pinochleMANGIE1985/01/13
Quechuan, SzechuanTREESONG1983/07/71
"The A-Team", theatersMp1985/01/52
 
Letter Changes (Bigram, Repeated)
as nas, senseFOMALHAUT1985/10/42
degrade, ingrainFARO1982/11/x01
hanging, hashishMp1985/02/04
one-on-one, toe-to-toeOSTRICH1990/10/44
 
Letter Changes (Double)
asthenic, estheticCRYP1973/05/44
crowd grass, crown glassNIGHTOWL1983/11/44
December, rememberMIDURNDIST1972/12/01
entertained, intertwinedARACHNE1984/05/36
licitation, litigationTREESONG1977/01/68
Midurndist, my durn'destACORN1973/04/08
ostraceous, outrageousFARO1974/12/26
radicolous, ridiculousACORN1974/08/11
wobbegong, woebegoneHAP1975/05/02
 
Letter Changes (Freewheeling)
Acura-Mazda, Ahura MazdaHAMMER2000/05/29
even Thor is on, event horizonDARN U*2000/03/23
 
Letter Changes (Freewheeling, Reversed)
gnat lover, revoltingARTISTRY1999/10/40
 
Letter Changes (Group)
deny, teeny, tiny, toe {eeny, meeny, miny, moe}TREESONG1997/03/32
handle, Hell, hook {candle, bell, book}PAIRN*1996/12/67
pinch, roil, yak {pitch, roll, yaw}XEIPON1995/08/75
 
Letter Changes (Paired)
fountain pen, mountain menSLIK1995/05/32
 
Letter Changes (Qaqaqesqe)
bouquet, BouvetXEWN*1994/09/33
elation, equationXEWN*1994/09/31
enquire, entireXEWN*1994/09/32
Qatar, quasarTREESONG1994/10/26
qoph, quothTREESONG1994/10/27
Quebec, XebecMARK DOWN*1994/09/28
Quito, Tito100 DOWN1994/09/30
quotation, rotationXEWN*1994/09/29
 
Letter Changes (Repeated)
aa, BB, ee, ooNEWROW1985/05/81
agnate, ignitePOLLY1986/05/58
agnate, igniteNIGHTOWL1992/11/10
asthma, isthmiNIGHTOWL1991/03/30
asthma, isthmiDAX1995/11/40
babble, gaggleSIOBHAN1993/08/21
baddie, BarriePANACHE1992/03/14
Barbary, TartaryHAP1984/10/19
bibacity, vivacityBLACKSTONE1984/04/33
Big Ben, pigpenNEWROW1982/05/82
Big Ben, pigpenMR. TEX1999/10/61
bucca, budda, buffa, burra, buzzaNEWROW1985/01/41
budged, burgerBRUTUS1981/12/x04
buffalo, bummaloNIGHTOWL1992/07/48
burble, gurgle, purple, turtleKING FRIVOLITY1998/11/43
burgee, burgooNIGHTOWL1992/07/14
cabbie, caddiePAP NDROME1988/11/18
cannot, carrotBEACON1996/07/12
cheesy, choosyATLANTIC1982/12/34
cha-cha, chichi, chochoNIGHTOWL1983/03/08
chic, OhioNEWROW1982/06/81
clamant, clementARACHNE1984/04/80
collect, correctATLANTIC1982/04/74
collected, connected, correctedHAP1984/11/26
colonel, coronerHAP1982/02/19
Colonel, coronerANOMALY2000/05/52
crochet, prophetALF1982/02/35
crochet, prophetPOLLY1990/11/65
crochet, prophetLEAFLICE*1993/10/68
Dada, gaga, mama, papaLES NACHE*1994/12/52
de Sade's, dos-a-dosTWEA GRONG*1982/08/50
diddled, sisslesIXAXAR1984/03/77
diffident, dissidentBLAMMESK1992/04/52
dodder, totterULK1983/11/18
Dodoma, Yo-Yo MaMERLIN1999/07/32
doggerel, dotterelPEBBLES1990/12/74
doggerel, dotterelBEO1999/01/38
doodad, NoonanBLACKSTONE1982/07/28
dowdy, lowlyWABBIT1999/08/42
ease, hashBRUTUS1982/04/41
eighty-eight, nighty-nightWILLz1985/10/21
eighty-eight, nighty-nightWINNY*1991/03/57
fally, fattyPOLLY1984/03/52
fee-fo-fum, teetotumWINDRIFT1985/10/65
flapper dock, flatterdockMERLIN1992/04/61
fubby, fuffy, fuggy, fully, funny, furry, fussy, fuzzyNIGHTOWL1990/01/14
furfuraceous, purpuraceousERIC1983/03/67
gazelle, gazetteHAP1983/12/35
giggle, tittleWINDRIFT1986/01/17
Gorgon, MormonTRALF*1985/03/51
heathen, meatmenXEMU1997/12/22
Hillel, hissesNIGHTOWL1985/07/86
Hillel, hissesMANGIE1995/10/ku01
katana, keteneNIGHTOWL1985/06/15
kill, kissULK1982/11/81
King Kong, ping-pongAL G. BYRD*1996/09/08
Kissinger, KittingerNIGHTOWL1984/11/09
Lilith, zizithCAP*2001/09/27
Loudoun, lowdownNIGHTOWL2001/02/55
mammy, nannyBEAGLE1991/12/71
mantilla, mantissaMANGIE1993/08/49
mantilla, mantissaG NATURAL1999/04/75
Mau Mau, muumuuSTITCH1986/07/56
mermen, MormonTRALF*1985/03/51
mesquite, mosquitoNEWROW1982/01/47
mesquite, mosquitoBRILLIG1993/07/58
meter, motorDOUBLE-H1985/03/63
meterman, Peter PanXEMU1998/06/68
Misamis, vis-a-visNIGHTOWL1982/06/47
mummery, nunneryHAPOWL*1984/02/16
mummery, nunneryULK1993/11/78
mummy, puppyIXAXAR1997/11/39
murmur, muumuuSTITCH1986/07/56
murmured, purpuredDUMBO, A.*1991/01/22
odder, otterRAINBOW1984/01/11
Orr, OttPANACHE1991/10/03
padded, passesPHIZZ1992/09/53
Papaver, popoverWINDJAMMER1990/12/29
Ping-Pong, singsongPETE TROLEUM1973/08/39
pinup, sinusALF1982/11/84
porpoise, tortoiseJERG1983/05/38
porpoise, tortoiseAV1988/04/23
previse, provisoNIGHTOWL1982/12/15
purple, turtleISHMAEL1982/07/64
purple, turtleWABBIT1998/03/25
quacksalver, quicksilverNIGHTOWL1983/01/35
quacksalver, quicksilverERIC1983/01/54
quacksalver, quicksilverSIBYL1988/05/31
quacksalver, quicksilverQUICHE*1991/11/13
quacksalver, quicksilverOSTRICH1991/11/68
quacksalver, quicksilverDARED*1995/12/13
quacksalver, quicksilverARTISTRY2000/03/41
quinine, qui viveOSTRICH1991/12/61
redweed, rodwoodNIGHTOWL1982/10/61
ruffian, RussianDOUBLE-H1984/04/80
Scarpia, ScorpioWAMPAGIE*1998/03/21
scunner, scupperJOKER1995/06/78
seethe, sootheRABBIT1983/05/18
semitact, teatimesQAQAQ1993/10/38
sighs, tightPLANTON1983/09/60
sneeze, snoozePETE TROLEUM1976/10/40
succedaenum, suppedaenumERIC1983/05/73
suffer, summer, supperPOLLY1991/11/70
suffer, supperATLANTIC1982/07/73
tambala, tomboloMARK DOWN*1996/07/32
Tampa, TempeHAP1988/01/24
tam-tam, tartarNEWROW1983/12/88
tam-tam, tom-tomNEWROW1983/12/88
tartar, tortorNEWROW1983/12/88
tipi, typyULK1983/12/69
tom-tom, tortorNEWROW1983/12/88
Wagga Wagga, Walla WallaALF1983/03/83
Wagga Wagga, Walla WallaMERLIN1987/11/14
wedding, wettingARACHNE1988/04/17
whiffet, whippetMERLIN2000/10/30
 
Letter Changes (Repeated, Reversed)
annelid, dilemmaULK1984/04/83
dessert, trekkedULK1984/07/47
 
Letter Changes (Repeated, Welded)
jipijapa415 lb of snake2001/09/84
 
Letter Changes (Reversed)
acronym, MinorcaMR. TEX1994/03/64
Alamo, OmahaULK1986/04/52
A plus, sulfaLUNGFISH*1997/01/56
ash cart, tracheaOSTRICH1991/07/53
bedbug, subdebALF1985/06/08
Brazil, lizardENDGAME2000/01/62
catnap, ZantacMANGIE1996/11/46
Cisneros, forensicQAQAQ1993/10/05
darb, gradMICROPOD1989/11/68
demurral, larrupedKEA1999/03/27
devil dog, God-lovedOSTRICH1991/09/67
flowered, werewolfMR. TEX1995/04/64
grocer, recordMANGIE1991/03/84
guitar, ratingBEAGLE1993/12/17
Hebert, TrebekMANGIE1998/02/21
Iberian, NairobiGAB-F1995/09/63
K-Mart, trackLEAFLET*1994/04/53
kraut, quarkMAELED*1996/03/54
relevant, travelerULK1984/12/60
Revlon, solverLUNCH BOY1998/12/75
snippets, steppingMEATY*1999/09/cf08
spinout, turnipsLUNCH BOY1997/06/48
spirit, thripsKAPRY KORN1989/12/69
Subaru, UranusFOMALHAUT1986/01/51
Subaru, UranusBILLY KORN*1993/01/44
Subaru, UranusDART2000/09/57
volley, yellowARACHNE1988/05/80
 
Letter Changes (Trigram)
doggedly, doggerelSIBYL1985/08/15
 
Letter Changes (Triple)
ecarte, heartsTIM BUCK II1984/11/19
 
Letter Change (Welded)
eye levelDART2001/05/29
instinctWRYBOSH2001/07/06
sentientEARL E. BYRD2001/09/02
 
Letter Shifts
ablution, abutilonLUNCH BOY1996/07/63
Al Gore, galoreCORN COB1992/12/15
Al Gore, galoreJRMAN1999/02/63
Al Gore, galoreJOKER1999/09/cf23
all wet, walletMR. TEX1992/09/62
aloha, HaloaTWEASER1985/03/76
ASCAP, ASPCACACHE1995/04/38
ASCAP, ASPCALILITH2001/10/cf19
auction, cautionARACHNE1987/07/89
auction, cautionAESOP1998/11/62
backlash, black ashQAQAQ1989/11/62
Beard, breadNIGHTOWL2000/01/24
beezers, breezesDOUBLE-H1985/08/47
beriberis, briberiesOSTRICH1992/07/35
big on, bingoJO THE LOITERER2001/06/41
bingo, boingG NATURAL2000/12/79
black rain, lack-brainJAQ THE QATERER*1991/04/51
bonzer, BronzeTRASH1995/01/39
bounced, buncoedPOLLY1991/02/31
brasserie, brassiereWINDJAMMER1990/01/69
bright red, right-bredQAQZOM*1991/12/23
caliche, chaliceTEX-MEX*1995/04/32
catchiest, catechistXEMU1998/01/02
ceintures, centuriesPOLLY1995/06/42
chariot, haricotPOLLY1990/10/82
chariot, haricotMR. TEX1994/06/19
chariot, haricotIXAXAR1998/04/09
citric, criticDOUBLE-H1985/05/53
clobber, cobblerERGO1984/11/03
collegiate, ColliegatePANACHE1995/02/71
coroner, croonerMR. TEX1990/10/61
creamier, RecamierJOKIE*1988/11/23
created, reactedERGO1985/03/46
deigns, designWINDJAMMER1986/02/39
Denali, denialLUNCH BOY1997/04/23
disco dancer, discordanceQAQAQ1992/09/67
Domingo, doomingTRAZOM1992/10/43
Domingo, doomingWRYBOSH2000/05/77
Dover, droveNIGHTOWL1992/08/36
earthiness, heartinessMICROPOD1989/03/19
epistoler, pistoleerTRAZOM1992/06/39
ex-pilot, exploitNIGHTOWL1991/12/50
favel, flaveMERLIN1988/04/50
felid, fieldPOLLY1993/06/54
flue, fuelIXAXAR1990/11/33
Flutie, futileALF1985/01/08
Freund, refundDANDR2001/11/39
Frodo, froodTABLESAW2001/12/ku01
goring, gringoUNCANNY1990/12/37
hot pots, hot spotQAQAQ1989/08/38
infidel, infieldOSTRICH1989/11/38
infidel, infieldTWEASER1990/03/78
insecure, sinecureCORN COB1993/09/56
kayoed, okayedPANACHE1995/10/05
loge, ogleJOKER1996/12/37
mantis, matinsTRAZOM1989/12/51
mantis, matinsXEMU1997/10/33
melatonin, MeltonianTRAZOM1997/03/09
mirza, MizarPANACHE1992/02/50
morels, morselULK1995/10/16
noetic, noticeBRILLIG1991/03/03
outarde, outdareJOKER1991/01/13
palms, psalmJOKER1993/03/41
parables, parsableMUNCH ROY*1998/02/04
parental, prenatalMEKI1997/06/50
pastries, piastresNIGHTOWL1990/08/43
pericopes, periscopeOSTRICH1992/07/36
pincers, princesIXAXAR1993/11/63
pinto, pointHUDU1989/04/35
Poinsett, point setUCAOIMHU1996/01/01
portato, potatorULK1987/08/05
Proust, sproutBELLES LETTRES1991/02/77
Proust, sproutBELLES LETTRES1991/05/13
Proust, SproutWALLY BERGER*1999/10/27
retain, retinaWABBIT1999/12/07
retains, retinasALF1984/12/x01
retinas, retsinaALF1984/12/x01
road crew, Rod CarewMANX1991/03/87
roll top, trollopMANGIE1991/01/01
sachem, schemaTRAZOM1996/03/25
set on work, stoneworkOSTRICH1992/08/54
shiner, shrineAPPLESAUCE1985/01/63
sidesway, sidewaysJOKER1990/03/65
sidling, slidingPHILANA1990/04/38
sorties, storiesPOLLY1989/04/63
starlet, startleTWEASER1989/08/15
stickler, strickleUCAOIMHU1999/05/06
tangram, trangamBEO2000/09/66
thousands, thus and soARACHNONG*1985/05/39
Toledo, tooledNIGHTOWL1992/08/35
undecorated, undercoatedANDREAS2001/02/87
weather, wreatheDANNY BOY*1999/12/06
 
Letter Shifts (Bigram)
Aristeas, asteriasELF1985/07/06
attentive, tentativeEARL E. BYRD2001/09/26
goalpost, go postalDART2000/09/34
me-tooer, oometerULLY BYRD*2000/06/38
titling, TlingitNIGHTOWL2000/07/33
 
Letter Shifts (Freewheeling)
at a snail's pace, [at Pa's nails, Ace]D. NESS2002/01/17
he'll--fore!--lather, hell-for-leatherD. NESS2002/01/17
[hint, Ed?" "'Ark'], in the darkD. NESS2001/11/08
[hither, toad], hit the roadLUNCH BOY1999/10/11
 
Letter Shifts (Reversed)
attacco, toccataULK1989/09/22
Flemish, himselfOSTRICH1989/12/08
Flemish, himselfZ-MU*2000/12/58
 
Letter Shifts (Tetragram)
fly-fishing, flying fishMALK*1995/09/84
 
Letter Shift (Welded)
"Old Stony" sold to NYFEDERICO2001/05/ku01
 
Linkades
address; add, dressIFANDOR1973/08/22
adoption; ado, optionKAMEL1975/10/56
aglare; agla, areSIGMASEXSPRING1975/11/35
alas and alack; ala, as, sandal, lackUNIQORN1980/12/79
allegiant; all, leg, giantTUT1976/08/11
Altoona; alto, OonaMANGIE1975/03/48
anthem; ant, "Them!"QUIZ1999/06/17
???????IFANDOR1972/07/13
Antwerp; ant, twerpNEWROW1982/07/72
Antwerp; ant, twerpCRAX1993/12/59
armoire; arm, moireMANGIE1983/12/49
Aroundight; around, dightMICROPOD1989/09/20
aspartame; asp, part, tameGECKO1984/04/87
astringent; as, string, gentHOHO1972/10/45
astringent; as, string, gentBAIRN1977/12/13
atone; at, to, oneOEDIPUS1973/06/01
ballast; ball, lastRANDOM WALK1977/09/37
Bangalore; bang, galorePOLLY1989/05/55
barbeau; barb, beauPROBLEM CHILD1975/06/35
believer; belie, everTUT1979/08/87
bellow; bell, lowTREESONG1980/08/59
bemused; be, emu, usedTUT1974/01/16
bestowed; best, tow, wedKAMEL1974/12/33
bidental; bid, dentalHAP1980/03/61
bigotry; big, got, tryTUT1976/02/04
bigotry; big, got, tryBRUTUS1981/03/76
bombardon; bomb, bard, do, onPROBLEM CHILD1976/01/58
bordered; border, redWITCHWORD1979/08/29
bothered; both, her, redWITCHWORD1980/06/01
boyang; boy, yangJOKER1992/08/50
buffeted; buff, fetedTUT1974/08/01
buffeted; buffet, tedTUT1974/08/01
cabinet; cab, BinetEOS1980/01/45
campanile; camp, pan, NileNIGHTOWL1972/01/43
campanile; camp, pan, NileMANGIE1978/08/58
candidate; candid, dateULK1989/03/74
candidates; candid, datesPHIZZ1992/04/47
cantabile; Cantab, bileTRAZOM1993/06/43
Capitan; cap, pit, tanQUIP1980/08/31
caprice; Capri, iceSTILICHO1974/11/33
caput; cap, putMIDURNDIST1975/07/45
Carioca; car, Rio, ocaPROF. PAMPELMUSE1980/10/20
catatonic; cat, tat, tonicKAMEL1975/06/53
catatonic; cat, tat, tonicBAIRN1978/11/17
catenary; cat, ten, naryIFANDOR1974/05/02
catenary; cat, ten, naryBRILLIG1990/03/09
centime; cent, timeFIDDLE1975/01/46
chaperon; chap, PeronMANGIE1977/08/38
chaplain; chap, plainHAP1977/07/15
chaplain; chap, plainMICROPOD1990/07/80
chariots; char, riotsMANGIE1976/05/12
chinoiserie; chin, noise, ErieMANGIE1975/04/51
condominium; condom, miniumWOODIE1988/04/63
cooperate; cooper, rateMR. TEX1999/11/63
cotarnine; cot, tarn, nineEOS1981/10/40
countermarch; count, term, marchKAMEL1975/01/52
counterpane; count, terpaneTREESONG1975/08/18
Coventry; cove, entryMANGIE1981/11/09
cowardice; cow, ward, diceWITCHWORD1979/08/51
curtailed; curt, tailedJOKER1991/03/20
deferents; defer, rentsFARO1976/12/24
dictionary; diction, naryIFANDOR1973/09/24
didoes; did, doesIFANDOR1981/04/27
discordance; disc, cord, danceBAIRN1980/02/12
discordance; discord, danceFIDDLE1972/11/04
discouraging; Dis, scour, ragingTREESONG1978/12/58
discriminable; Dis, scrim, minableTREESONG1976/04/39
disinterest; disinter, restMEKI1995/05/80
disinterested; disinter, restedHAP1976/09/32
dollying; doll, lyingJO KER LOITERER*1988/07/73
during; dur, ringEOS1980/08/04
endangered; end, danger, redISFAN1976/09/41
epicycles; epic, cyclesHAP1976/10/17
equipoise; equip, poiseIXAXAR1993/06/21
espresso; ESP, press, soCORN COB1986/06/21
ethereal; ether, realJERG1983/08/20
extract; extra, actBRUTUS1980/06/76
falling; fall, lingEOS1981/03/25
Falstaff; false, staffTRAZOM1987/11/04
flagrant; flag, grantT-9-C TEXAN1973/10/38
florule; flor, ruleEOS1981/11/06
flu shot; flush, hotHAP1980/06/33
forestall; for, rest, tallIFANDOR1981/11/59
Frankenstein; frank, kens, steinTUT1974/10/03
gabardine; gab, bard, dinePROBLEM CHILD1976/04/17
gamelan; game, elanKAMEL1977/03/23
garnisheed; garnish, heedTUT1974/04/24
gonyaulax; gony, yaul, laxNEWROW1981/11/02
grand march; Grandma, archNIGHTOWL1977/12/32
grossing out; gross, sing outMICROPOD1988/11/36
gullet; gull, letWABBIT1992/11/61
Gulliver; gull, liverKAMEL1976/04/63
hallux; hall, luxFIDDLE1972/10/08
hallux; hall, luxIXAXAR1985/05/33
hardanger; hard, dangerB. NATURAL1972/06/11
harmonica; harm, monicaNIGHTOWL1983/03/59
heathen; heat, thenT-9-C TEXAN1973/11/44
heathen; heat, thenTUT1975/09/40
heighten; he, eight, tenFARO1977/03/11
herring; he, erringNIGHTOWL1979/05/58
history; his, storyWITCHWORD1980/02/32
Holyoke; holy, yokeKAMEL1975/08/32
honeyed; hone, eyedIFANDOR1981/08/10
hopscotch; hops, scotchMERLIN1995/06/49
importunate; imp, port, tuna, ateWITCHWORD1977/10/13
importunate; imp, port, tuna, ateWINDRIFT1985/05/36
importune; imp, port, tuneL'ALLEGRO1979/05/25
importune; import, tuneHAP1975/02/05
importunes; imp, port, tunesIFANDOR1988/12/21
impotent; imp, pot, tentHAP1974/09/04
incandescent; Inca, Andes, scentTUT1974/07/07
incandescent; Inca, Andes, scentGADJET1981/12/11
interesting; inter, restingTREESONG1975/09/38
interesting; inter, restingQUIZ1998/04/44
kelpie; kelp, pieTYED DOWN*1998/12/59
lambaste; lamb, basteMEOGIE*1979/03/68
lambasting; lamb, bastingDOUBLE-H1981/10/28
lambent; lamb, bentPAUL & VIRGINIA1979/02/37
lamboys; lamb, boysEOS1980/07/34
leisure; leis, sureTUT1981/01/11
libraries; Libra, AriesTUT1973/12/25
macerate; ma, ace, era, ateNIGHTOWL1979/04/24
malease; male, easeTWEASER1982/11/35
malleable; mall, lea, ableIFANDOR1977/06/39
manicure; manic, cureHAP1980/02/52
mastiff; mast, tiffIFANDOR1986/08/68
mathematical; mat, them, mat, ticalEOS1980/12/81
message; mess, sageTUT1981/05/56
miasmous; ???A. CHEM1972/08/04
mildewed; mild, dew, wedKAMEL1975/02/43
mistigris; mist, TigrisIFANDOR1979/10/26
mocking; mock, kingVAL1979/07/73
mother; moth, herPHIZZ1991/10/84
nix; NI, ixUNIQORN1979/04/01
offence; off, fenceNIGHTOWL1974/03/46
offender; off, fenderL'ALLEGRO1980/03/01
overawed; over, raw, wedIFANDOR1984/02/71
paletot; pal, let, totNEOPHYTE1977/09/39
palmistry; palm, mist, tryTUT1979/07/35
Pantagruel; pant, tag, gruelGRAYDOL1974/03/08
pantry; pant, tryAMIGO1978/08/52
papain; pap, painJERG1986/03/12
parentheses; parent, thesesMR. TEX1995/09/05
partake; part, takePHILANA1979/04/23
parties; part, tiesHART KING1977/02/67
passport; pa, ass, sportHAP1979/04/67
pastries; past, triesTUT1974/02/33
pastry; past, tryVAL1980/08/55
peace; pea, aceT-9-C TEXAN1974/01/01
pentatonic; pent, tat, tonicLI'L GAMIN1976/09/36
Percheron; perch, heronMANGIE1975/05/10
perimeter; per, rim, meterIXAXAR1987/09/45
philately; Phil, latelyCORN COB1990/02/27
philately; Phil, latelySUE++1998/06/41
pillow; pill, lowIFANDOR1972/03/14
poetry; poet, tryMIDURNDIST1974/01/46
pompadour; pomp, pad, dourDADGIE*1976/11/28
portable; Po, ort, tableEOS1979/06/58
potable; pot, tableBAIRN1979/10/11
primacy; prim, MacyMANGIE1978/03/63
prima donna; prim, MadonnaQAQAQ1989/09/29
primate; prim, mateHAP1982/07/65
primate; prim, matePHIZZ1990/12/63
Princeton; prince, EtonNIGHTOWL1988/02/33
probeagle; probe, eagleMERLIN1976/10/08
progress; pro, ogressTUT1975/05/42
quartan; quart, tanJOKER1988/11/02
ramen; Ra, AmenLUNCH BOY1997/08/06
ranchero; ranch, heroULK1983/08/43
recitalist; recital, listMEO1978/03/50
rediscover; red, disc, coverPAUL & VIRGINIA1972/03/38
redoubtable; red, doubt, tableDEE SWEET1980/10/09
redoubtable; red, doubt, tableEOS1981/10/12
reinstalled; reins, stall, ledTUT1974/06/31
renounce; Reno, ounceMANGIE1979/04/48
restrain; rest, trainVAL1979/05/55
reverberate; rev, verb, berateD. NESS1999/04/20
ribald; rib, baldMR. TEX1999/04/03
ribaldry; rib, bald, dryTUT1975/07/13
ribaldry; rib, bald, dryVOLAR1980/06/57
Richard; rich, hardFIDDLE1972/04/33
Richard; rich, hardFIDDLE1980/03/51
Richard; rich, hardIFANDOR1982/04/24
ringent; ring, gentORACY1984/03/22
robust; rob, bustMEO1979/07/33
robust; rob, bustHAP1987/12/12
Samothrace; SAM, Mothra, aceXEMU1998/08/14
seamstress; seams, stressTUT1973/07/47
search; sea, archMANGIE1977/02/64
seder, runt; sederuntXEMU1998/04/04
serendipity; sere, end, dip, pityBAIRN1977/06/75
sistrum; sis, strumVISITOR1986/11/34
skink; skinful, fulkTRASH1992/09/59
sparrow; spa, arrowMANGIE1975/01/24
supine; sup, pineTWEASER1984/05/53
surface; surf, faceALF1988/10/12
tamasha; tam, mash, haIFANDOR1980/07/17
tapestry; tap, pest, tryKAMEL1975/11/57
tapestry; tap, pest, tryPOLLY1987/08/31
teaches; tea, achesFIDDLE1979/04/56
toilet; toil, letTUT1977/01/03
toiletry; toil, let, tryTUT1978/03/56
tripod; trip, podJJ1978/08/32
tripod; trip, podIXAXAR1982/05/62
twoness; two, one, essMERLIN1992/04/17
unclearly; uncle, earlyDADGIE*1977/03/37
unclever; uncle, everULLY BYRD*2001/12/74
viewers; vie, ewersACORN1977/04/71
violate, viol, lateTUT1974/11/17
violent; viol, lentIFANDOR1974/08/07
visage; visa, ageKAMEL1977/08/32
wallow; wall, lowFIDDLE1973/01/09
whiffet; whiff, fetKAMEL1979/07/43
whiteness; whit, ten, nessTREESONG1975/05/48
white stopper; whitest, topperTREESONG1975/06/12
wholesome; who, oles, someMANGIE1978/02/51
withered; with, her, redTUT1979/02/59
wombat; womb, batMANGIE1977/09/68
working; work, kingWREN1985/03/14
Yenisei; yen, niseiTREESONG1980/05/41
 
Linkades (Bigram)
borealization; bore, realizationFIDDLE1973/02/18
cassabanana; cassaba, bananaPROF. PAMPELMUSE1979/09/10
causeries; cause, seriesIXAXAR1995/06/65
cooperates; coop, opera, ratesBILLY GOAT1971/10/03
gelastic; gel, elasticTREESONG1984/04/19
postage; post, stageFIDDLE1973/10/08
scourge; scour, urgeLI'L GAMIN1976/12/46
solvent; solve, ventIFANDOR1971/01/08
 
Linkades (Mixed)
pleasureproof; pleas, sure, reproofTREESONG1977/03/55
serendipity; sere, rend, dip, pityWITCHWORD1979/04/49
 
Linkades (Phonetic)
aerosol; heiress, soulNEWROW1983/02/69
Ajax; age, jacksG NATURAL1998/12/62
algorithm; Al Gore, rhythmWRYBOSH1998/10/38
bony; beau, own, kneeALF1983/04/08
controversy; Kant, trove, verse, seeTWEASER1983/11/86
inquiline; ink, quill, lineIFANDOR1984/04/09
island; I'll, landVIKING1972/01/06
island; isle, landVIKING1972/01/06
parachute; parish, shootTREESONG1975/05/56
persuade; purse, suedeTWEASER1986/11/88
persuasive; purse, sway, ace, sieveTREESONG1976/05/36
relaxation; reel, lacks, seiche, shunNEWROW1982/03/87
retrousse; Rhett, truce, sayMANGIE1984/10/33
surrogate; sir, rogue, gateFIDDLE1987/05/40
university; universe, cityBAM BAM1981/12/44
 
Linkades (Reversed)
arbitrator; rot, tart, tib, braMERLIN1971/08/07
daffodil; lid, doff, fadIFANDOR1970/12/17
debutante; etna, at, tub, bedMANGIE1976/07/19
editorial; lair, rot, tideWILLz1998/09/cf07
enemy alien; Neil, laymen, neELF1985/12/10
paterfamilias; sail, Lima, afret, tapELF1984/08/71
regalia; ail, lagerWABBIT1996/07/31
retaliated; detail, laterGAB-F1995/11/24
semidiameter; retem, maid, dimesMERLIN1973/08/35
 
Linkades (Trigram)
severity; sever, verityIFANDOR1987/05/45
 
Linkades (Word)
fast-food chain; fast food, food chainTWEASER1988/04/58
 
Metatheses
A and P, pandaDART1998/09/64
abide, ibadeUCAOIMHU1997/09/55
abode, adobeMONA LISA1978/03/54
abode, adobePOLLY1989/08/32
abode, adobeMOBOT2001/09/17
about, u-boatTWEASER1985/07/80
ACLU, UCLAPEBBLES1992/05/74
acme, cameUCAOIMHU2000/08/cf29
aeger, eagerANEMONE1985/10/73
ailment, alimentACORN1981/01/18
ailment, alimentAMBER1981/05/69
alcine, ancileEOS1987/08/64
a legitimate, ale mitigateBLACKSTONE1986/06/ku01
all-fired, ill-faredQAQAMMER*1991/01/47
aloft, floatNOHOLDS BARD1987/06/78
alone, anoleIXAXAR1985/01/68
altitude, latitudeSHRDLU1983/12/46
altruism, ultraismIXAXAR1987/11/28
altruistic, ultraisticULK1994/07/52
ami, maiUCAOIMHU1995/05/04
angel, anglePOLLY1984/10/50
animus, anisumBLACKSTONE1982/05/40
antimony, antinomyJERG1984/01/09
argon, organKAMEL1980/06/46
arise, raiseIXAXAR1993/06/63
awry, warySPHINX1984/08/46
bagre, bargeIXAXAR1986/02/65
Baha'i, BahiaMANGIE1992/08/60
ball of fire, bill of fareMANX1986/07/15
ball of fire, bill of farePANACHE1992/06/54
bar, braVAL1979/03/60
barely, barleyPOLLY1987/01/17
barely, barley100 DOWN2001/07/57
barking, brakingDITTO1980/04/39
battels, battlesALF1984/01/62
bedlam, beldamPAUL & VIRGINIA1978/09/11
bedlam, beldamIXAXAR1991/04/56
Bedreddin, bedriddenJO THE LOITERER1988/03/57
belated, bleatedIXAXAR1990/01/09
benign, BeningEMBER2000/05/08
berate, rebateDITTO1981/06/22
biltong, boltingAMIGO1978/05/08
biltong, boltingCORN COB1987/02/51
biltong, boltingWINDJAMMER1993/04/08
biltong, boltingBEO1999/09/19
birth, brithFARO1981/08/44
bombing, mobbingRUTHLESS1986/03/03
Brandeis, brandiesDITTO1979/10/13
Brandeis, brandiesXEMU2002/01/63
brunt, burntDITTO1980/02/34
bugle, bulgePOLLY1994/11/19
burble, rubbleERGO1985/06/47
burden, burnedBODOLPH1979/08/84
burden, burnedIXAXAR1990/03/05
calm, clamJOKER1990/12/07
canape, panaceTWEASER1983/05/03
Candide, candiedTRAZOM1993/06/57
canine, cannieIFANDOR1985/02/13
canker, nackerCERES1982/10/17
carter, craterFIDDLE1977/05/31
cassock, CossackTREESONG1986/02/02
castaway, cat's awayIRISH1981/04/49
casual, causalBRUTUS1977/12/11
casual, causalIXAXAR1995/02/01
cause, sauceAMBER1980/12/42
certify, rectifyIXAXAR1992/11/56
certitude, rectitudeATLANTIC1981/11/56
certitude, rectitudeIXAXAR1993/04/26
chair table, charitableULK1989/04/71
chaperno, chaperonNIGHTOWL1990/03/79
cheery herring, Cherry HeeringNIGHTOWL1987/03/60
chicle, clicheHAP1977/10/56
chicle, clicheMANGIE1979/10/67
clematis, climatesHAP1981/07/18
clod, coldWABBIT2000/09/15
clutch, cultchIFANDOR1985/04/78
coal, colaLUNCH BOY1999/03/45
codex, coxedPANACHE1994/10/24
compiled, compliedHAP1978/12/64
compiled, compliedKNOTSMITH1981/12/40
complaint, compliantFRIDAY 131983/09/21
complaint, compliantTRAZOM1988/09/80
complaint, compliantMR. TEX1999/10/60
conservation, conversationCRATAEGUS1987/11/71
conserve, converseNEOPHYTE1977/04/57
coroner, croonerDOUBLE-H1987/04/13
coroner, croonerTYED DOWN*1997/02/64
costumer, customerNEOPHYTE1978/03/42
costumer, customerMAYDAY1988/10/49
costumer, customerPOLLY1994/09/60
cotillion, octillionDOUBLE-H1980/09/50
cotillion, octillionU-CON*1992/01/62
cotillion, octillionMR. TEX1996/12/53
course, sourceGRIDBY1996/03/75
curses, cusserTWEASER1982/08/74
dairy, diaryXEMU1998/05/43
danger, ganderIXAXAR1988/07/I20
Darii, radiiPIOLO OPEST1981/07/10
dawdle, waddleHAP1979/03/44
dear, readWABBIT1990/08/22
decanter, recantedULK1982/09/63
decanter, recantedMR. TEX1999/08/10
deified, edifiedPOLLY1986/10/09
Delco, dolceALF1984/08/33
De Niro, dineroFAMUGIE*1992/11/11
designer, resignedMR. TEX1996/09/17
desire, residePETE TROLEUM1981/01/63
desire, resideIXAXAR1989/11/66
dine, nideAMBER1981/04/05
dispel, lispedG NATURAL1999/05/57
dormant, mordantTWEASER1984/08/78
dormant, mordantSIBYL1986/06/27
dowry, rowdyAMBER1980/05/55
dowry, rowdyIXAXAR1990/01/34
eager, eagrePOLLY1983/05/22
Erato, orateIXAXAR1995/10/79
examination, exanimationNIGHTOWL1982/07/70
except, expectELSPETH1982/01/60
except, expectALICE1987/11/13
felt, leftPOLLY1984/08/50
filed out, flied outJERG1992/01/47
filter, lifterIXAXAR1989/03/78
fine arts, fire antsALF1982/02/68
fine arts, fire antsHUDU1990/03/35
fired, friedIXAXAR1990/07/87
firestone, forestineNIGHTOWL1984/09/75
Folgers, golfersLUNCH BOY1998/09/58
foramen, foremanNIGHTOWL1981/02/20
forward, frowardCAVEMAN1997/04/17
galero, galoreJOKER1990/11/73
gambler, gambrelNIGHTOWL1987/06/83
Gamera, GemaraXEMU1995/03/83
gaol, goalWITCHWORD1977/09/11
gateway, getawayMANGIE1978/09/31
gateway, getawayVAL1981/07/16
gateway, getawayWINDJAMMER1988/04/24
gateway, getawayG NATURAL2001/05/39
gaur, guarULK1984/05/55
gents, ten gsQED1995/08/64
genus, negusAMIGO1979/12/51
genus, negusIXAXAR1990/02/39
glover, grovelIXAXAR1989/06/36
goodyear, GoodyeraNIGHTOWL1991/08/11
Grand Am, GrandmaBILLY KORN*1991/11/29
Grand Am, GrandmaULRY*1991/11/74
groan, organMp1984/02/72
gusty, gutsyIFANDOR1981/10/36
gusty, gutsyPOLLY1989/06/68
gusty, gutsyPANACHE1995/11/07
handy, HaydnTRAZOM1987/07/43
Handy, HaydnTWEASER1987/07/69
hegari, hegiraSIBYL1989/10/34
hereto, heteroNIGHTOWL1978/12/09
hereto, heteroTRAZOM1990/10/27
Hitler, litherXEMU1998/06/40
homage, ohmageSENOR1980/12/51
homage, ohmageTRAZOM1996/05/27
home fires, home friesFRAZ1992/05/46
hordes, horsedBLACKSTONE1979/06/10
hoso, sohoERIC1984/01/22
hot spot, potshotQAQAQ1989/08/38
humps, sumphDIRTY JACK1991/01/82
icecap, ipecacSPHINX1987/03/64
icecap, ipecacCORN COB1992/03/61
ice cap, ipecacTWEASER1982/08/04
impure, umpireUNCANNY1990/08/53
incest, insectJOQUER*1987/03/72
incest, insectJERG1987/11/43
incest, nicestPOLLY1980/07/62
incest, nicestIXAXAR1992/04/11
indent, intendMp1983/08/30
indent, intendIXAXAR1986/10/42
infarction, infractionFIDDLE1972/07/10
infarction, infractionHAP1977/04/12
infarction, infractionRAH1982/01/64
infertile, interfileWINDJAMMER1986/01/65
infertile, interfileLUNCH BOY1998/04/37
IRBS, ribsR/EDS1995/05/79
Israel, is realDEE SWEET1980/04/20
Italian kale, Italian lakeJOKER1988/09/02
kae, keaAMIGO1978/10/58
Kay Starr, Ray StarkZ31998/07/28
keen, kneeCARNATION1979/10/32
kimberlite, timberlikeQUOI*1989/02/01
kimberlite, timberlikeXEMU1998/09/49
Kundun, nudnikLUNCH BOY1998/03/30
labor, lobarIXAXAR1990/12/59
lameness, malenessULK1986/10/03
lameness, malenessATLANTIC1989/10/15
lameness, namelessULK1986/10/03
latches, satchelABSOLVER1976/04/06
latches, satchelMANGIE1995/12/45
latent, talentANEMONE1981/09/47
latent, talentWABBIT1995/03/35
latrine, ratlineIXAXAR1985/04/11
Len Bias, LesbianELF1986/11/30
lentil, lintelMACHIAVELLI1981/12/85
light-veined, night-veiledQAQAQ1992/11/18
limitary, militaryIXAXAR1990/04/37
lion, loinANEMONE1980/03/33
liter, tilerIXAXAR1992/04/37
loath, lotahTWEASER1983/01/83
loir, loriIXAXAR1989/10/60
loiter, toilerAPPLESAUCE1985/05/34
loiter, toilerIFANDOR1986/06/58
lore, roleIXAXAR1995/03/65
lucid, ludicIXAXAR1988/11/42
luster, Ulster100 DOWN1995/03/01
macho, mochaIXAXAR1986/10/39
maleness, manelessATLANTIC1984/03/65
maleness, manelessULK1986/10/03
maleness, manelessXEMU1998/01/28
manege, menageIXAXAR1989/10/44
maneless, namelessULK1986/10/03
many, mynaSPHINX1983/12/73
marble, rambleIXAXAR1989/07/20
margin, MarNigQEMU*1995/03/10
marital, martialELF1986/01/42
marital, martialPANACHE1995/03/82
mate, tameCERES1982/01/49
mediacid, MedicaidBLACKSTONE1983/05/14
melonist, telonismAJAX1980/07/04
mentor, MertonJO THE LOITERER1990/03/85
Messalina, semolinaLUNCH BOY1998/02/69
minuet, minuteELF1982/01/28
minuet, minuteMp1983/10/63
mires, miserIXAXAR1992/07/78
molar, moralFIDDLE1982/11/52
molars, moralsEBEAM1986/03/59
moneyage, moyen-ageJO THE LOITERER1997/04/38
moraine, romaineEBEAM1986/09/27
moral turpitude, mural torpitudeTUT1974/08/17
more, RomeMp1984/04/56
more, RomeCORN COB1994/12/38
moreso, moroseDART1998/03/43
moues, mouseHAP1981/10/63
moues, mouseIXAXAR1991/12/05
nevus, VenusEBEAM1989/06/52
nip-up, pinupWOLK*1993/10/62
noesis, noisesIFANDOR1984/11/23
nuclear, unclearUNIQORN1980/07/52
nuthatch, unthatchNIGHTOWL1992/09/09
oaky, okayLILITH1998/07/17
oast, oatsIXAXAR1994/06/07
oatbin, obtainNIGHTOWL1998/06/65
oats, satoEOS1986/11/03
Oder River, overriderNEWROW1981/10/58
one-ply, openlyPANACHE1996/11/12
option, potionMEO1978/10/08
orach, roachIXAXAR1994/12/84
Oregon, orogenULK1984/08/35
ousting, outsingULK1989/08/59
panel, penalIXAXAR1987/10/26
pastiche, pistacheMANGIE1994/09/40
pastiche, pistacheDITTO1994/09/68
pasties, patsiesMEO1981/09/03
pasties, patsiesTWEASER1988/05/71
patios, patoisJAELTI1992/11/23
patisserie, tapisserieSENOR1979/12/13
patisserie, tapisserieSENOR1994/10/57
Penrod, PernodNIGHTOWL1979/05/67
perfect, prefect100 DOWN1996/03/16
pervious, previousNEOPHYTE1977/08/62
petrography, pterographyFIDDLE1981/12/65
phase, shapeHAP1981/09/42
phase, shapeIXAXAR1994/12/15
phototypography, phytotopographyALF1988/04/16
pile, plieSAL1990/01/67
pinch it, pitch inUNIQORN1978/07/34
pithy as, PythiasFANACRO1979/02/21
poises, posiesIXAXAR1991/10/62
polo, poolWINDJAMMER1990/03/80
posh taste, posthasteUNIQORN1980/02/74
pyrus, syrupAMBER1979/08/67
quiet, quiteDOUBLE-H1987/03/49
rain, raniANEMONE1981/08/37
rattan, tartanMEO1980/09/14
rattan, tartanPOLLY1986/09/73
rebus, rubesBODOLPH1978/10/34
rebus, rubesRASTELLI1998/11/39
regelate, relegateRUTHLESS1986/02/26
remuneration, renumerationSENOR1980/05/75
remuneration, renumerationJERG1990/05/57
rent-raising, restrainingMEPHISTO1977/10/60
rent-raising, restrainingMERLIN1987/01/33
repo man, ropemanBLACKSTONE1986/05/31
retains, retsinaTRAZOM1992/11/71
Retton, rottenTREESONG1984/10/02
riata, tiaraIXAXAR1994/07/62
rowdy, wordyAMBER1980/05/55
rowdy, wordyPOLLY1987/03/53
rowdy, wordyIXAXAR1990/01/34
rowdy, wordyULLY BYRD*2000/05/56
ruination, urinationSENGIE*1981/10/23
sacred, scaredWINDJAMMER1989/11/43
saliva, salviaJOKER1991/11/52
Sal Mineo, SalmoneiUCAOIMHU1998/01/70
sanity, satinyHAP1983/06/50
scepter, specterJOKER1993/01/33
schemer, schmeerTRAZOM1989/08/23
segreant, sergeantSENOR1980/10/61
segreant, sergeantERIC1983/10/23
serve, verseDANDR2001/12/24
serves, SevresNIGHTOWL1985/06/38
shoo, so-hoALF1989/09/45
shopworn, show pornIFANDOR1982/12/60
silly, slilyATLANTIC1982/08/80
silver, sliverPOLLY1982/08/19
simling, smilingWABBIT1999/12/34
skirmish, smirkishLUNCH BOY1998/02/18
slain, snailIXAXAR1984/03/40
Slavic, VlasicULK1987/10/03
slurp, spurlIXAXAR1982/08/10
soldier, soliderFIDDLE1974/05/09
soldier, soliderIFANDOR1978/03/65
soldier, soliderPOLLY1989/11/60
sopor, spoorIXAXAR1996/07/48
spotlight, stoplightHAP1981/11/63
suist, suitsERIC1983/02/36
sweater, TweaserMERLIN1987/05/16
sweater, TweaserXEMU1994/02/44
sweater, TweaserIXAXAR1994/02/65
tabu, tubaIXAXAR1994/01/49
tango, TongaXEMU1994/06/36
tango, TongaG NATURAL2001/09/46
taxes, TexasBAMBAM1982/11/31
taxes, TexasIXAXAR1987/04/57
there, threeIXAXAR1983/11/66
tilted, titledIFANDOR1988/03/37
toady, todayHAP1984/09/21
towheaded, two-headedHAP1979/12/55
towheaded, two-headedPANACHE1995/12/63
united, untiedBODOLPH1980/06/56
united, untiedBLUFF1997/01/62
U-value, uvulaeDOUBLE-H1987/02/37
U-value, uvulaeT MCAY1999/02/13
valor, volarPOLLY1993/05/19
Vebrile, verbileTAHNAN2000/09/19
veto, voteBODOLPH1979/11/52
veto, voteMAYDAY1988/12/54
viola, voilaSPHINX1983/10/42
Viola, voilaWALLY GERBER*1999/04/36
wander, wardenJOPIQUIEM1989/10/14
water lemon, watermelonANEMONE1983/11/36
whips, whispIXAXAR1982/05/86
 
Metatheses (Beheaded)
echolocates, chocolatesTWEASER1984/04/44
 
Metatheses (Bigram)
cholera, choraleHAPOWL*1982/11/x02
gestapo, postageSTORYTELLER1999/08/19
Levantine, valentineCAZIQUE1999/11/51
milepost, polemistULLY BYRD*2000/08/61
pedantries, pedestrianCACHE1996/01/59
 
Metatheses (Double)
set point, step on itLUNCH BOY2000/04/14
 
Metatheses (Freewheeling)
den of iniquity, din of inequityD. NESS1999/07/53
 
Metatheses (Freewheeling, Reversed)
a lone crab, BarcelonaDART1999/08/57
 
Metatheses (Phonetic)
bananas, "Bonanza"LUNCH BOY1997/12/14
Bolivian, oblivionTREESONG1983/07/70
calcify, classifyWRYBOSH2000/06/46
calcination, cancellationJERG1989/03/59
canopy, panickyLUNCH BOY1998/09/71
cheater, teacherJERG1985/12/30
chirp, perchTREESONG1980/09/33
cuddling, ducklingANEMONE1980/09/64
facility, felicityG NATURAL2001/08/79
first-rate, frustrateTAHNAN2001/02/95
Hearst, HertzHAP1988/11/16
Istanbul, Sitting BullTREESONG1997/01/18
Lamaze, llamasLUNCH BOY1998/08/42
reveille, verilyXEIPON1996/08/36
reveille, verilyLUNCH BOY2000/06/66
Rite Aid, tiradeLUNCH BOY2001/06/11
science, sinusTREESONG1980/01/06
skeptical, spectacleLUNCH BOY1997/08/58
Wadlow, WaldoPANTHEIST*1994/04/ku04
 
Metatheses (Progressive)
Aries, arise, raiseIXAXAR1994/05/56
bears, braes, bares, baser, saberIXAXAR1991/04/20
cuter, curet, cruet, eruct, truceALF1987/04/88
cuter, curet, cruet, eruct, truceCUE CARD1995/06/66
setal, steal, stela, stale, slateIXAXAR1993/03/58
 
Metatheses (Reversed)
deserver, reversedXEMU1997/10/70
energy, gyreneULK1999/10/20
energy, YgerneG NATURAL2000/10/26
kinder, red inkLEAFLET*1995/01/60
kinder, red inkWABBIT1998/08/12
Presley, yelpersULLY BYRD*2001/11/32
 
Metathesis (Reversed, Welded)
[Fresnel lens, ref]TAHNAN2001/06/70
 
Metatheses (Syllable)
release your gnu, renew your leaseWINDJAMMER1985/04/49
 
Metatheses (Trigram)
stingray, strayingBARTOK1998/08/02
 
Metatheses (Welded)
bilabialVEBRILE2000/05/70
descendencesVEBRILE2000/07/29
legal eagle. GalegaDART2000/12/18
reappearWRYBOSH2000/06/42
trisectricesKRAY2001/05/26
 
Mutual Replacements
assets, attestCAUTERYZE*1997/12/52
collar, corralSTORYTELLER1997/08/09
mallet, MattelLUNCH BOY1998/09/cf16
order, rodeoPHILBY*1997/12/37
Perseus, pursuesX-BOY*1998/01/22
settling, steelingKRAY1997/11/25
slammer, smallerX-BOY*1997/10/15
travail, trivialLUNCH BOY1997/07/05
 
Mutual Replacements (Reversed)
terror, totterROSEBUD1998/04/16
 
Order Takeouts
12-stranded, randNEWROW2000/12/02
berserkly, beeryLOKI-52001/02/A0
deipnosophist, ipsXEMU2000/08/47
Deneuve, neeXEMU2000/09/48
detestable, teleD. NESS2000/11/41
first-nighters, finiteLOKI-52001/01/41
Fyzabad, fadBEO2000/11/56
highlight, litR/EDS2001/06/94
leadership, leapVEBRILE2000/12/36
mehitabel, metelHOT LIPS*2001/07/51
Modesto, mooWALLY BERGER*2001/01/06
reversal, revealMR. TEX2000/12/43
somnolent, SolentMANGIE2000/10/42
star-studded, addCRAX2000/09/47
stoplight, litR/EDS2001/06/94
Studebaker, bakerCRAX2000/08/66
stupefies, piesDEAN MARTIN*2001/02/64
stupidest, piCAZIQUE2000/11/63
thirstiest, tieMR. TEX2000/11/69
understudying, undyingCRAX2000/08/33
videophile, vileXEMU2000/09/65
 
Order Takeout (Reversed)
dust mop, mudLOKI-52001/10/41
Norseman, nameLOKI-52001/10/12
 
Oxymorons
divorce courtSAND DOLLAR1991/07/89
 
Padlocks
adumbration; A. Dumbo, orationNEWROW1992/06/57
alabaster; Alabama, masterNEWROW1982/07/57
ami; adore, do-re-miNEWROW1991/11/08
ani; arigato, rigatoniTRAZOM1994/12/14
argue; armor, morgueHAP1982/03/45
at; apres-ski, press kitMANX1984/07/36
bare; Basho, shoreSTITCH1985/06/16
barrack; baronet, one-trackTREESONG1982/01/61
bath; bayou, youthRABBIT1983/01/31
berate; being, ingrate?????????????
bier; broom, roomierULK1982/05/23
boycott; boys, ScottFEDERICO2001/06/37
calibre; cavers, vers libreSIBYL1990/06/16
camping; campus, usingHUTCH1982/10/78
candle; candid, diddleIXAXAR1990/01/28
career; Care Bear, bearerSTITCH1985/12/48
Ce; canyon, anyoneNIGHTOWL1987/05/30
chic; chant, anticIXAXAR1990/04/49
coax; come at, meat-axQAQANNY*1992/08/73
coma; complacent, placentaULK1982/03/13
conure; convent, ventureQUIP1983/06/36
convert; convex, exertIXAXAR1990/04/77
coot; cochero, cherootNIGHTOWL1984/01/74
Cuba; car, ArubaNEWROW1983/10/73
daemonic; damn, mnemonicMR. TEX1997/02/22
dashing; dashiki, kingCACHE1999/10/04
divest; diving, ingestIXAXAR1990/03/08
dot; do-re-mi, remitWABBIT1993/07/12
drenched; dent, entrenchedSTITCH1982/05/41
duress; dust, stressKRAY1998/07/07
fife; fifth, theDOUBLE-H1983/10/04
flew; flask, askewIXAXAR1990/01/47
freebee; free beach, acheNIGHTOWL2001/12/38
fugue; futon, tongueSIBYL1990/09/21
hate; he-man, emanateTREESONG1982/02/73
huarache; hue, earacheDART1998/11/56
huaraches; hue, earachesHUDU1990/06/21
Jo; Jerg, ErgoMANGIE1983/03/90
Koch; Koran, ranchSTITCH1987/12/08
lanolin; lake, Ken OlinMAELSTROM1998/01/53
main; maniac, niacinQEIP*1995/01/76
mandate; manse, sedateIXAXAR1990/03/06
Marian; margent, gentianEOS1982/06/43
marling; marquis, quislingLUNCH BOY1997/04/64
mesas; messiest, siestasMR. TEX1990/08/48
neat; nethermost, thermostatWAMMER*1994/07/47
neon; "Newhart", WhartonELF1986/10/47
no; N.P.L., P.L.O.GECKO1985/07/58
normal; norther, thermalIXAXAR1989/12/61
nuance; nuclear, clearanceJERG1982/09/57
overcoat; overturn, turncoatPEBBLES1990/11/60
pause; paper, peruseWABBIT1990/08/21
pay; pasting, stingyFRAZ1989/09/27
prancy; princess, incessancyCRAX1996/07/21
prior; printer, interiorMANGIE1982/01/39
Prufrock; prude, defrockX NATURAL2000/06/54
pst; phone, honestMANGIE1982/08/75
ran; ravioli, violinWINDJAMMER1987/03/32
reckon; reckless, lessonCERES1983/06/19
remorse; remove, verseFARO1981/12/x03
responsions; responses, sessionsULK1983/02/71
rotter; rotgut, gutterSTITCH1982/04/52
rowing; rowdy, dyingRABBIT1982/12/09
ruins; Rudolph, dolphinsCOGITO2001/01/45
sable; sunsuit, unsuitableWINDJAMMER1986/12/82
Salonica; salver, VeronicaMANGIE1982/05/30
scoter; scoot, otterGECKO1984/01/68
shoes; shred, redoesUNCANNY1990/10/12
sic; shyster, hystericWINDJAMMER1988/05/63
snowing; sunk, unknowingULKER*1990/09/37
spat; spacemen, cementDOUBLE-H1986/09/62
stanch; stable, blenchSTITCH1988/02/44
Subotica; suber, eroticaMUNRO1991/06/15
Tang; tai chi, I ChingMR. TEX2000/10/34
taoiseach; Taoist, teachXEMU1996/02/24
telephone; tea, aleph-oneUCAOIMHU1999/05/75
"The A-Team"; theater, ramMAELSTROM1997/12/55
thing; through, roughingMANGIE1982/04/46
tide; time-saver, Mesa VerdeMANG*1985/12/89
very; vermouth, mouthyULK1995/02/73
Wallace; Walla Walla, WallaceNEWROW1983/03/11
wallet; walleye, yetSLIK1998/02/05
wastrel; wake, kestrelHAPOWL*1999/10/35
when; wheat, eatenIXAXAR1990/05/77
 
Padlocks (Combination)
barrow;; bow; bar, arrowSTITCH1982/10/19
decadent;; decant; decade, dentSTITCH1983/06/13
parent;; pent; pare, rentSTITCH1982/08/37
patent;; pent; pate, tentSTITCH1982/08/38
scarab;; scab; scar, ArabULK1983/08/59
shallow;; show; shall, allowSTITCH1982/06/84
 
Padlocks (Combination, Phonetic)
A-team;; aim; eighty, teemSTITCH1983/09/48
 
Padlocks (Dropped)
letter;; lethal, halter; HalWATERSHIP DOWN*1996/03/47
sagacity;; same, megacity; meKRAY2001/06/25
 
Padlocks (Phonetic)
Al Pacino; Al Capp, cappuccinoMR. TEX1993/11/61
carbon; carter, turbanSTINGIE*1982/11/22
he; hideous, idiocyWINDJAMMER1994/03/34
Marley; marble, bullyHUDU1983/01/51
mine; mighty, teenSTITCH1983/03/20
raider; racy, cedarSTITCH1983/07/52
sate; safely, fleetSTITCH1983/02/38
sui generis; sued, DeGeneresLUNCH BOY1998/09/11
Woody; Woodpecker, peccaryMR. TEX1995/04/51
zookeeper; zucchini, DnieperSTITCH1994/04/25
 
Padlocks (Progressive)
alcaic; Alcatraz, Trazom, omer, EricXEIMHU*1998/01/31
bore; book, okra, rareFAMUIP*1984/02/18
forked; forty, typeset, pesetas, askedDOUBLE-H1983/12/11
hyoideal; hyl, leg, ego idealBEACON1995/03/57
panes; Panther, thermos, MosesQED1995/01/64
poker-faced; Pokemon, Monza, ZaSu, surfacedQAQAQ2000/01/53
polling; polyester, yesteryear, yearlingMR. TEX2000/01/21
pool; pointer, interpret, pretty, typist, pistolGAB-F1996/02/36
shaking; shindig, indignation, national, a la kingQAQAQ1989/05/13
spam; spell, Ellora, orate, teamTABLESAW2001/12/10
stiff; sex, explain, plaintiffMR. TEX1998/03/03
surrogate; superman, permanence, enceinte, interrogateOSTRACON*1991/06/56
truly; trust, strap, rapport, portlyGECKO1984/07/02
White House; Whitewater, Watergate, gatehouseMR. TEX1995/01/32
wooer; woodwind, dwindling, lingerLUNCH BOY1997/08/50
XEIPON; xenons, nonstop, tops'l, slip onBEAM DOWN*1994/04/19
 
Padlocks (Reversed)
draught; thunder, underguardTREESONG1982/05/83
peart; trade, deepAMIGO1983/04/61
 
Phoneme Banks
impious, MississippiDOUBLE-H1986/02/69
 
Phrase Metathesis
a soup cur {a coup sur}ABACUS2001/07/66
 
Phrase Shifts
ace oft hears {ace of hearts}WRYBOSH2000/07/34
and war holy {Andy Warhol}MR. TEX2001/12/31
a number of the best {number of the beast}TAHNAN2001/11/64
a ti lathe hunt {Attila the Hun}MR. TEX2001/02/25
a tomb I comb {atomic bomb}ANOMALY2000/06/29
a trilby (jury) {trial by jury}LUNCH BOY1999/11/55
a vat garden {avant-garde}MR. TEX2001/05/30
back to them saltines {back to the salt mines}BLA'MANGE*2001/01/14
bellow the bet {below the belt}BLA'MANGE*2001/10/46
[bet (Reno), i.e.] {bete noire}G NATURAL2002/01/46
beware the rides of Mach {beware the Ides of March}ULK1999/05/14
bridge and room {bride and groom}GUYGER*2000/10/53
camera copper {came a cropper}BLA'MANGE*2001/05/54
cesta vile {c'est la vie}MANGIE2000/06/01
cod fleet {cold feet}PANACHE2001/06/86
Corgi toe. Go sum {"cogito, ergo sum"}NEWROW2000/05/34
[dams lined, I stress] {damsel in distress}TAHNAN2000/12/47
dingo we trust {"In God We Trust"}MR. TEX2000/05/40
doff anon {off and on}GAHBAN*2001/07/19
do Hun tooters {do unto others}G NATURAL2001/10/34
don't give UPS the hip {don't give up the ship}MR. TEX1998/07/21
don't he-men {on the mend}WABBIE*2001/10/49
don't judge a brook by its cove {don't judge a book by its cover}BTNIRN1999/01/35
Dow pagers hum {dowager's hump}100 DOWN2001/08/21
father in his cape {feather in his cap}WABBIE*2000/07/53
fees Tina lent {festina lente}CRAMHU*2001/06/05
fins had chips {fish and chips}CACHE2001/09/74
four tuna {"O Fortuna"}PANACHE2001/08/62
fright of the bat {right off the bat}PEBBLES2000/08/08
[God's a Maori, tan] {good Samaritan}ANOMALY2001/11/59
golf or the god {go for the gold}NIGHTOWL2000/09/03
grain in cats and dogs {raining cats and dogs}G NATURAL2001/08/53
had sore tails {heads or tails}ARTY BARK*2001/06/01
had sore tails {heads or tails}PANACHE2001/06/58
her clue: poi rot {Hercule Poirot}XEMU2001/11/15
hog woes there {"who goes there?"}PEBBLES2000/08/22
ideas of Mr. C. H. {Ides of March}NEWROW2001/02/73
kingdome.com {kingdom come}XEMU2000/12/45
Malle-pattern badness {male-pattern baldness}PANACHE2001/11/07
marine tiger {Martin Eiger}WRYBOSH2000/11/71
[mart, as the wart] {Martha Stewart}ABACUS2001/10/cf13
May Fir Lady {"My Fair Lady"}NEWROW2000/05/05
[must he, worm D] {mum's the word}XOR2001/09/57
noncom postmen is {non compos mentis}SPELVIN2000/08/70
Oasis Day {"do as I say"}ATLANTIC2001/08/73
ode 'n' gnash {Ogden Nash}MR. TEX2001/02/63
Ode To Night" in a gale {"Ode To A Nightingale"}BLA'MANGE*2001/08/51
[oh, to begin, En land] {["Oh, To Be In England"]}BLA'MANGE*2001/07/70
one says "Treet" {on easy street}MONSTER2000/10/52
other is En {on the rise}GABBY2001/07/68
"ouch!" and got {touch and go}WABBIT2000/11/49
own theater front {"On The Waterfront"}TAHNAN2001/12/27
pet it for us {petit fours}MR. TEX2001/06/60
petty farce {pretty face}BLA'MANGE*2001/06/28
phase shrift {phrase shift}UCAOIMHU2000/09/14
[phase, shrift] {phrase shift}NEWROW2000/08/36
[Pogo pest, hew easel] {"Pop Goes The Weasel"}WAHU*2002/01/39
pot land marine {???}NEWROW2000/04/62
resident hop over {President Hoover}NIGHTOWL2001/11/62
ruin of them'll {run of the mill}MANGIE2000/03/11
Samoa bin laden {Osama bin Laden}MR. TEX2001/11/74
scat and moue {cat and mouse}WABBIT2001/09/68
stares and strips {stars and stripes}WABBIE*2002/01/51
Teki 'n' Gandhi {"The King And I"}XEMU2000/02/11
ten-cm man doments {Ten Commandments}NEW & NATURAL*2001/11/09
[Ten-C mom, man dents] {Ten Commandments}NEW & NATURAL*2001/11/09
tent'--comma--'ND men's {Ten Commandments}NEW & NATURAL*2001/11/09
"Terrain Con", I tag {terra incognita}LOKI-52001/12/66
theeing Ma {"The Enigma"}CRAX2001/02/01
thereat Segal {the Great Seal}TREESONG2000/07/47
there stirs his toy {"the rest is history"}NEWROW2000/12/14
[the sow must go, hon] {the show must go on}X NATURAL*2001/07/46
to halve and to hod {to have and to hold}MR. TEX1998/10/28
too "Temple" {totem pole}MR. TEX2000/07/26
united state sofa. Mercia {United States of America}NEWROW2001/02/20
varnish into thin ai {vanish into thin air}WABBIT2001/02/46
way in a manager {"Away In A Manger"}XEMU2000/01/26
wear and pace {"War And Peace"}MR. TEX2001/06/75
whit he ate {white heat}415 lb of snake2001/09/64
 
Pig Latins
trice, ice trayMR. TEX1992/09/13
wrecks, X-rayULB*1993/03/33
 
Quadruplication
a Visa vis-a-vis AvisMR. TEX2001/08/49
 
Redro Takeouts
chalkstone, chasteLOKIE*2001/02/35
feminists, minisLOKIE*2001/05/23
honeypots, heyLOKI-52001/08/12
opponents, openWRYBOSH2001/10/06
polka dots, adoLOKIE*2001/02/90
pontoon, toQUIP2000/11/70
postponing, stingLOKIE*2001/06/68
Putin, PINVEBRILE2001/06/76
spoon-feeding, singLOKI-52000/12/56
 
Redro Takeout (Reversed)
Napoleon, elanLOKI-52001/10/64
 
Reduplications
[baroness to a sandbar, "one's stoas and]QAQAQ1992/10/71
[dromedary, Andromeda, Ryan]UCAOIMHU2000/11/35
gave theme song "Ave The Meson"QAQAQ1993/03/11
Saint Theresa in the lens. Ain't there Saint HelenXEMU1997/11/14
[Sam-I-Am idol? Phineas", Teri slanders a Miami Dolphin Easter Islander]LUNCH BOY1999/10/26
 
Reduplications (Phonetic)
see Lucy LiuSPAZ OUT*2001/01/17
 
Reversals
ado, odaWINDJAMMER1985/08/41
ajar, rajaFRAZ1988/12/48
alone, EnolaIXAXAR1994/08/69
am all, llamaTWEASER1984/04/91
anger, regnaFEDERICO2001/08/09
animal, laminaPAMAPAMA1971/09/17
animal, laminaGRAYDOL1976/08/07
animal, laminaBARTOK1998/02/54
animal, laminaWRYBOSH2001/08/11
anodes, SedonaSTITCH1987/01/29
ante, EtnaJERG1984/10/48
a nut, tunaFANACRO1976/05/13
Artamus, SumatraMERLIN1975/08/09
auks, skuaAMIGO1980/09/21
auks, skuaNEWROW1985/12/85
auks, skuaG NATURAL2001/10/77
avens, SnevaNEWROW1983/08/72
Avon, "Nova"DEE SWEET1987/07/98
bard, drabHAZY1972/05/10
bard, drabOSTRICH1989/07/79
baton, no tabNOT INSANE!1984/12/39
bats, stabRODNEY1989/06/70
bits, stibTWEASER1984/08/52
BMOC, combDOUBLE-H1980/03/04
BMOC, combMp1984/01/75
Bob Rae, earbobAREPO1991/01/69
boo, OOBLEAFLET*1993/08/35
booby trap, party boobSTILICHO1972/08/11
booby trap, party boobLARRY1975/09/37
brag, garbHAP1979/06/42
bray, yarbTHE POO1985/03/33
burg, grubFLORDELIS1977/07/45
buttes, set tubNIGHTOWL1984/12/75
buttes, set tubOSTRICH1991/05/10
Camus, sumacTREESONG1981/07/46
cares, seracIXAXAR1985/12/76
clat, talcTWEASER1983/06/67
Damon, nomadFANACRO1979/02/21
Damon, nomadJERG1987/02/53
debut, tubedGOOGOL1977/10/38
De Leon, [Noel, ed.]TWEASER1985/12/07
deliver, reviledIRISH1980/05/48
deliver, reviledWINDRIFT1981/04/14
deliver, reviledIXAXAR1993/07/15
denim, minedJERG1983/10/82
Dennis, sinnedMR. TEX1999/05/27
depoh, hopedMERLIN1973/09/50
depot, topedDADGIE*1977/05/64
desserts, stressedPAUL & VIRGINIA1977/10/58
desserts, stressedHUDU1985/02/63
de trop, portedDUMBO, A.*1990/08/11
diaper, repaidIRISH1978/09/59
dirt up, putridSIGMASEXSPRING1973/06/06
disposition, [no, it is Ops I'd]QUIP1981/05/42
doom, moodPROBLEM CHILD1975/08/15
drail, liardIXAXAR1982/10/77
drawer, rewardEBEAM1985/12/59
drawer, rewardRASTELLI1994/12/65
dray, yardEOS1981/03/24
dual, laudCATO1980/09/67
Eciton, noticePIOLO OPEST1980/12/77
Eciton, noticeANEMONE1986/10/22
Eciton, noticeLUNCH BOY1997/07/30
Edam, madeJERG1984/03/25
edile, elideBRUTUS1981/01/20
edo, odeIXAXAR1991/07/19
Edom, modeLI'L GAMIN1977/05/51
elides, sedileIXAXAR1990/07/62
Enif, fineMEO1983/03/05
Erasmus, sums areTWEASER1985/06/67
ergo, ogreBRONWYN1981/04/39
Errol, LorreAMBACHE*1989/01/41
Errol, LorreLUV1993/02/22
esnes, senseIXAXAR1992/10/74
esrog, gorseJERG1982/07/77
Evian, naiveTYGER1994/11/38
fen, nefLARRY1982/07/12
Fermat's, StamrefUCAOIMHU1999/07/69
fires, serifIXAXAR1981/06/48
flog, golfDADGIE*1978/10/12
flow, wolfNEOPHYTE1976/05/10
Goddam, mad dogTREESONG1987/01/26
gulp, plugSYLPH1972/02/35
haiku, UkiahAMBER1979/08/42
haiku, UkiahMR. TEX2000/12/44
Harpo, OprahDOUBLE-H1986/08/62
Harpo, OprahLUV1993/02/23
[homonyms, I], is my nom? OhDOUBLE-H1981/04/68
knaps, spankNIGHTOWL1982/01/52
knits, stinkKAPBOOK*1993/06/35
lager, regalIRISH1980/09/42
lager, regalJERG1987/04/62
lager, regalLIBRA1996/10/53
L.A. Times, semitalBEACON1994/01/16
leper, repelLI'L GAMIN1974/04/07
leper, repelAV1987/10/54
lever, revelBRUTUS1980/07/74
Llew, wellWINDJAMMER1991/03/27
looter, retoolMR. TEX1993/12/12
Los, solNEWROW1983/10/38
Manet, ten A.M.DOUBLE-H1981/07/77
Margaret, teragramTREESONG1975/04/57
Mason, [no, Sam]CALICOH1984/06/36
mastis, [sit, Sam]NANOOK1977/03/20
maws, swamPROBLEM CHILD1976/02/18
meter, retemJERG1984/02/74
motmot, tom-tomKAMEL1976/05/35
motmot, tom-tomIXAXAR1991/11/27
motmot, tom-tomIXAXAR1994/08/20
mures, serumIXAXAR1985/02/44
Nader, redanREYNARD1986/07/57
namaz, zamanMERLIN1975/03/52
new, wenIRISH1981/02/11
nips, spinTWEASER1983/01/67
nonet, tenonIXAXAR1990/05/15
not now, won tonELGAR1983/09/80
not now, won tonCORN COB1986/12/04
Okies, SeikoUNIQORN1980/09/09
Okies, SeikoLARRY1983/07/55
Okies, SeikoCORN COB1986/09/56
Okies, SeikoTRAZOM1998/11/50
pacer, recapFIDDLE1971/01/07
parsnip, pins rapBRUTUS1982/05/73
pay, YapUCAOIMHU1998/10/03
pupils, slip-upNEOPHYTE1976/10/35
rebus, suberNIGHTOWL1979/10/37
rebut, tuberBEACON1990/12/62
redes, sederUCAOIMHU2001/02/52
reissues, SeussierCRAX1996/03/14
reknit, tinkerERGO1983/05/32
ressorts, strosserULK1987/03/43
rimy, YmirJOKER1991/10/40
serves, SevresJOKER1992/04/58
shorts, Stroh'sULK1984/04/59
shorts, Stroh'sCABBY2001/09/cf17
slew, welsJERG1983/04/52
spow, wopsTWEASER1988/04/06
straw, wartsLI'L GAMIN1975/04/40
straw, wartsPOLLY1988/12/62
Suez, ZeusMANGIE1980/06/48
swow, wowsPLANTON1984/12/46
tax, xatIXAXAR1980/10/24
tornado, [o, Dan, rot]L'ALLEGRO1981/09/06
turnrow, worn rutB. NATURAL1971/10/07
 
Reversals (Bigram)
anemic, icemanULK1984/02/50
lyre, relyAMIGO1983/02/29
phrase, seraphTREESONG1982/10/x04
 
Reversals (Partial)
flesh-eating, self-heatingMERLIN1985/12/55
 
Reversals (Phonetic)
chance, snatchSTITCH1986/03/72
Cool, LukeAESOP2000/11/14
Danish, SineadKEA1997/09/37
enough, funnyUNIQORGIE*1980/12/16
enough, funnyWINDJAMMER1985/12/47
force, shroffUCAOIMHU2000/06/49
jell, ledgeWINDJAMMER1986/01/43
NASCAR, RoxanneLUNCH BOY1998/07/36
nervous, sovereignBTNIRN1998/11/06
pollute, tulipLUNCH BOY1998/06/15
 
Rochester Transadditions
nacre; canner, arcane, cancer, craner, careenHAP1987/03/10
scare; caress, scarce, Caesar, racers, creaseHAP1987/08/23
senorita; assertion, triaenose, Nestorian, aniseroot, serration, seriation, stationer, aerationsXEKI*1996/01/27
 
Sound Changes
88, ideateQUIZ1997/02/42
9C, NancyQAQAQ1988/10/58
abstraction, obstructionBEACON1991/06/84
AC/DC, acey-deuceyAL GEBRA1990/02/36
AC/DC, acey-deuceyLUNCH BOY1997/05/26
achromatic, acrobaticIFANDOR1983/04/56
add, Ed, id, oddSULLY1993/12/26
afar, affair, afireWRYBOSH1999/01/11
amok, schmuckTREESONG1994/02/12
anaquote, anecdoteOSTRICH1991/05/48
an iceberg, a nice birdNEWROW1981/11/91
apology, apophygeAIIE*1995/11/42
apophony, apophygeAIIE*1995/11/42
apophony, epiphanyAIIE*1995/11/42
autobahn, Otto HahnQAQAQ1989/12/49
Babel, BibleLILITH2001/06/89
baby seal, Bobby SealeLUNCH BOY1998/07/08
Bacchae, BuckeyeTAHNAN2001/09/19
bagel, baguetteHOT1994/09/ku01
Baghdadi, big daddyULK1993/09/05
beauty, cutieWRYBOSH2000/08/34
bedpan, dead panMANGIE1987/06/14
beekeeper, bookkeeperPLANTON1983/08/97
Beemer, boomer, bummerPANACHE1997/03/23
bezant, peasant, pheasant100 DOWN1998/12/46
bigeminy, by jiminyATLANTIC1991/06/48
bikie, psycheULK1998/06/24
Billygate, billy goatTREESONG1993/03/12
boozer, loserWABBIT2000/11/96
bum, bun, buttPANACHE1995/10/23
buoy, chewy, phooey, rouille, tuiKEA1995/10/54
ca' canny, QaqannyTRAZOM1991/06/90
Caerphilly, carefullyPLANTON1984/10/74
caique, kayakTREESONG1982/11/74
Calista, CallistoMUNRO1998/02/37
camel, mammalBARTOK1998/01/72
campaign, champagneLOKI-52001/11/53
cantle, mantelBLA'MANGE*1996/01/45
capsize, cat's-eyesEOS1984/02/44
carafes, giraffesTREESONG1982/04/75
Carioca, karaokeENDGAME2000/07/38
carotid, garrotedAL GEBRA1990/08/20
carpal, carpoolNIGHTOWL1998/12/68
cartoon, KhartoumAL G. BYRD1996/11/45
cecity, Sioux CityNEWROW1994/10/68
celery, helleriBITER*1997/12/70
center field, centerfoldATLANTIC1991/04/66
Cesario, scenarioGTAHZNII*2001/08/14
cessation, secessionPANACHE1992/01/18
chameleon, comedianNIGHTOWL1991/01/11
chameleon, comedianUNCANNY1991/01/45
chamfer, tamperMAELSTROM1996/07/13
chamois, lamby, mammae, ramie, whammyMAELSTROM1996/09/06
chamois, shabbyWINDJAMMER1984/06/21
Chaucer, saucerTAHNAN2001/06/17
cheap shot, chip shotJOKAUG*1989/03/72
Christie, crispySAXIFRAGE2001/11/18
Christie, crustySAXIFRAGE2001/11/18
Christogram, cryptogramTAHNAN2001/02/58
chthonic, sonic, tonicNEWROW1981/10/27
chuck, puckSIOBHAN1993/07/48
church, lurchTWEASER1982/10/73
clue, crewATLANTIC1990/10/81
comes true, construeQUIZ1998/08/11
conscious pilot, Pontius PilateMR. TEX1999/05/10
cortisone, courtesanNIGHTOWL1983/02/67
cortisone, courtesanLUNCH BOY1999/09/11
Cosmo Kramer, kosmokratorR/EDS1999/09/cf02
Cousteau, pou stoQAQZOM*1992/08/22
coward, toweredPOLLY1994/11/76
cowpokes, cowpoxTREESONG1994/01/17
coxswain, tocsinSAPHIR1991/08/26
creditor, predatorKING/joe*2000/11/68
Cree, Crow, cry, Kray, KreweKRAY1999/09/cf10
crepes, drapesEOS1982/05/46
crime, eye rhymeXEMU2000/08/cf24
croquet, croquisPOLLY1993/10/23
cryptic, triptychRASTELLI1997/04/18
cuckold, knuckledHAMMER2000/06/71
cynical, pinnacleWINDJAMMER1983/09/56
Daedalus, datalessXEIPON1997/10/29
deadly, DudleyDITTO1999/02/19
death row, JethroULK1995/08/52
death row, JethroLUNCH BOY1998/04/10
deceit, receiptFIDDLE1987/04/72
decibel, docibleBLARED*2000/01/30
defective, detective, directiveDART1995/05/23
deference, differenceANEMONE1984/08/55
deferential, differentialMR. TEX2000/04/72
deuce, doom, dude, duel, Duke, dupeASTYGRIAN*1996/12/19
diatribe, Diet RiteLUNCH BOY2001/06/12
Dinah Shore, dinosaurLUNCH BOY1998/05/52
dinner, thinnerJAELTI1991/09/28
dishwater, ditchwaterHAP1985/08/21
dismay, Miss MayBEAKER*1995/05/63
docible, possibleBLARED*2000/01/30
docile, fossilEOS1983/09/74
docile, fossil, wassailEOS1985/12/26
doomster, DumpsterSIBYL1990/07/20
door key, GorkiNEWROW1983/02/54
dotty, doughtyTREESONG2000/11/88
dumbs down, thumbs downPANACHE1996/10/31
eclipse, equipsDOUBLE-H1984/03/54
Eeyore, ERWABBIT1998/08/70
entree, in-trayTYED DOWN*1998/11/09
eunuch, uniqueNOT INSANE!1984/10/14
exalted, exhaustedAL GELK*1995/04/54
faithful, fatefulHAP1982/10/58
FedExing, PED XINGKRAY2001/09/cf12
[Fiji, bored], Ouija boardLILITH1999/09/cf13
fogy, folkiePANACHE1990/07/11
Folgers, soldiersTAHNAN2001/10/cf11
forced heir, four-starXELK*1995/05/53
Forster, four-starTRAZOM1992/06/03
frat, fraught, fright, fruitMANGIE1990/09/09
friends, frondsPEBBLES1991/02/66
funny, moneyPOLLY1984/05/57
furl, pearlJOKER1997/05/70
gawky, gnocchiXEMA*1995/12/62
gazer, geyserD. NESS1999/09/66
gesso, guess soWINDRIFT1990/08/58
gewgaws, googolTREESONG1982/07/06
ghostwrite, go straightGABBY2000/02/07
gibbous, gibusEOS1984/07/08
Gideon, MidianBLA'MANGE*1993/04/34
Gina Kolata, pina coladaEMBER2001/06/ku02
glutton, gruttenULLY BYRD*2000/12/16
gnomonic, mnemonic, pneumonicEOS1982/04/05
gnu goat, nougatQED1996/02/15
gored, guardLIP*1997/10/27
grape, gripe, grope, groupEARL E. BYRD1997/07/60
gunwales, funnelsIXAXAR1985/04/86
gurney, journeyHAP1989/01/80
hacek, hatcheckTRAZOM1995/10/24
Hainan, "High Noon"ARTISTRY2001/05/13
Hanukkah, MonicaHOHENZOLLERN1999/01/64
harbored, HarvardNIGHTOWL1999/02/51
heavily, reveilleNEWROW1983/02/46
heavily, reveilleXEMU1996/08/45
herbal, urbanUNCANNY1990/10/50
herbicide, urbifiedXEMU2001/07/81
hiccough, pickupTWEASER1988/07/56
highbred, hybridQAQJOKMER*1989/04/01
hoard, horseUNCANNY1990/06/52
howdah, howdyXEMU1994/06/66
Icarus, ichorousERIC1983/06/37
Icarus, ichorousDARN U*2000/03/22
Idaho, Isle au HautDAMU*1999/01/18
impassible, impossiblePHIZZ1991/01/27
inseparable, insuperablePEBBLES1993/03/64
Jell-O, J. LoPANACHE2001/02/12
John Doe, rondeauJOKIE*1988/08/44
jugate, nougatUCAOIMHU1999/09/05
khaki, tackyELF1985/01/38a
laboratory, libratoryTAXI*2001/09/58
lawyer, liarENDGAME1997/08/31
L'eggs, LegoGABBY2001/09/81
legroom, legumeTRAZANNY*1990/11/66
limpet, limpidPANACHE1991/07/48
loofah, tufaTREESONG1977/05/30
"Love For Sale", lug foresailT MQAQ*1999/06/39
lyrical, miracleWINDJAMMER1983/09/55
Macao, McCoyROSEBUD1998/03/26
malicious, militiasMUNRO1986/01/05
manta ray, panta rheiTREESONG1993/04/16
manta ray, panta rheiUCAOIMHU1997/02/19
margarine, marjoramTREESONG1986/05/28
marshal, MartianKING ARTOK*1998/10/41
martingale, Martin GuerreMILIEU*1999/08/24
merdure, vergerWINDJAMMER1994/01/21
merry, myrrhyHAP1982/12/02
mesquite, mess kitWAGSTAFF1989/02/47
migration, my graciousTWEASER1986/01/91
minor key, monarchyQAQYL*1990/02/31
Mir, moreNIGHTOWL2001/09/08
missile, thistle, whistle100 DOWN2001/12/32
mistake, mystiqueKAPER*1995/03/13
molehill, PolhillMANGIE1990/07/37
mope, soapPEBBLES1990/09/03
more so, torsoJAELTI1991/09/29
Nannygate, nanny goatTREESONG1993/03/12
Naples, nipplesWRYBOSH2001/02/30
necklace, recklessTAHNAN2000/09/37
nematologist, pneumatologistEOS1983/04/17
nettle, petal, settle100 DOWN2001/12/32
Niagara, ViagraMR. TEX1998/06/25
nibbled, ribaldTRAZANNY*1990/12/75
nibbling, siblingWABBIT2000/11/92
nine-eyed eel, nonidealXEMAQ*1993/12/37
"No, No, Nanette", no-no nonetPANACHE1985/10/53
nothing, nuttingDANDYS1989/06/59
oner, winnerANEMONE1981/01/23
palfrey, paltry100 DOWN1998/12/47
paranees, PyreneesQAQAQ1988/12/40
parrot, pirateCALICOH1986/08/46
parrot, pirateTAHNAN2001/07/62
passed muster, past masterPANACHE1992/08/13
payments, raimentsELF1985/01/38
peace corps, T scoreTRAZOM1995/02/24
peekaboo, PikachuCAZIQUE2001/09/12
perches, purchaseMOP1989/05/14
Pharisees, varicesNEWROW1983/08/85
Phoenix, phonicsEMBER2000/06/07
piebald, ribaldTRAZANNY*1990/12/75
pirate, pyriteKREMLIN1989/03/69
planar, plannerMR. TEX2000/06/73
plasticine, PleistoceneMOBAN*1998/07/38
Plasticine, PleistoceneATOM1993/08/16
Plato, Play-DohQAQAQ1989/10/70
powdered eggs, powder kegsFOMALHAUT1984/07/03
precedent, presidentKRAY2000/11/84
prism, prisonG NATURAL2001/07/69
pseud, shooedWINDJAMMER1993/06/64
purloin, sirloinTWEASER1984/05/70
Qaqammer, tack hammerLOOPHOLE1989/02/80
radish, reddishTRAZOM1996/06/46
rain delay, rondeletSIBAQ*1993/09/32
rain delay, roundelayWALLY BERGER*1999/01/36
rappelling, repellingWINDRIFT1988/09/63
reptilian, septillionOSTRICH1992/02/48
rest, wristHAMMER1999/05/36
risky, risqueJERG1985/05/26
salami, SalomeXEMU1999/05/59
Sally Rand, TalleyrandQAQAQ2000/02/10
sanitize, sonnetizeOSTRICH1989/09/50
sax, sex, six, Socks, sucksAL DESUDA1997/09/02
Scarlett, starletJOKER1988/05/05
scream, squeamWINDRIFT1991/07/15
selfish, shellfishPEBBLES1991/06/05
selfish, shellfishPLAID1997/10/58
seminal, SeminoleTREESONG1992/09/22
senate, sennightLUNCH BOY1996/11/31
seraph, sheriffWINDJAMMER1984/07/57
Shalala, shillelaghMARK DOWN*1994/05/55
s/he, tee-heeQAQAQ1995/04/58
shirk, workCHARTS1999/10/36
shuffle, shuttlePANACHE1989/09/47
sicken, thickenULLY BYRD*2001/02/84
singleton, singultusNEWROW1981/10/43
soak, thokeWABBIT1999/09/43
Sphinx, SpinksTWEASER1988/09/65
syndication, vindicationSISYPHUS1994/01/48
Tae-Bo, typoLAUL*2000/11/87
tamales, tomalleysSIBYL1985/12/63
tankard, TanquerayXEMU1994/12/20
teasing, teethingHAP1988/10/75
Thebes, thievesULK1989/11/54
theodicy, the OdysseyTREESONG1976/09/65
theodicy, "The Odyssey"UCAOIMHU1997/08/02
theodicy, "The Odyssey"DITTO2000/07/11
thinner, winnerJASMINE2000/01/28
time-delay, Tom DeLayQUIZ1999/01/02
time warp, timewornPANACHE1992/01/31
tomato, tomorrowATLANTIC1991/07/63
tonguester, tungstenOSTRICH1990/06/73
tremor, trimmerDITTO1998/11/68
Trip Payne, triptaneQAQAQ1988/08/09
trochee, trophyGABBY2001/06/09
U2, Yoo-hooSPELVIN2001/07/63
Udall, U-HaulTREESONG1976/01/61
Venice, VenusWRYBOSH2000/02/03
waitlisting, weight liftingCACHE1997/04/02
wallaby, wanna-beDART1994/10/64
warier, warrior, wearier, worrierEMBER1999/08/49
watercolor, watercoolerPHIZZ1991/04/72
weakened, weekendEDREL**2002/01/08
welkin, whelkingUCAOIMHU1996/10/33
Xemu, ZimaPANACHE1994/09/50
 
Sound Changes (Double)
Mock Turtle, nocturnalBEACON1995/10/71
 
Sound Change (Freewheeling)
first-rate, four straightG NATURAL2001/05/04
 
Sound Changes (Group)
calamander, note, self, undone {salamander, node, sylph, undine}UCAOIMHU1999/11/64
see, sew, sigh, some {fee, fo, fi, fum}MEKI1997/05/04
 
Sound Changes (Repeated)
base 8, by sightBEACON1995/11/21
Bombay, PompeiiMANJAMMER*1992/08/03
bubbled, cuckoldKING FRIVOLITY1998/11/16
cockeyed, pop-eyedHAP1987/08/56
gin joint, pinpointHAP1988/05/76
mid-squid, Mod SquadUCAOIMHU1998/09/44
Pope Scope, poop scoopNIGHTOWL1987/10/06
yataghan, yet againBEACON1993/06/31
yataghan, yet againLUNCH BOY1999/05/45
 
Sound Changes (Reversed)
buffalo, olefinD. NESS1999/09/65
Cancun, knickknackMANGIE1999/06/54
Dean Cain, knock-kneedX NATURAL*2000/07/64
 
Sound Shifts
appalled, applaudMR. TEX2000/11/37
blood and guts, Bud and glutsULK1991/04/55
bummer, umberJOKER1989/10/82
crenelation, Ken-L-RationALF1984/12/x02
fire truck, Friar TuckFAMUGIE*1985/03/29
fire truck, Friar TuckXEMU2000/07/74
foreign, orphanLUNCH BOY2000/01/22
immense, menaceD. NESS1999/11/36
read 'Nig, renegedULK1985/05/29
Saskatchewan, SasquatchianMEKI1995/03/53
sequel, squealWINDJAMMER1991/10/21
 
Sound Shifts (IPA)
teacher, tee shirtHOT1996/09/05
 
Spammergroons
crone's tooth, crwth's toneNEWROW1982/12/38
dark men, DenmarkULK1984/08/14
land ho, low handTREESONG1982/01/70
make it snappy, map it snakyTREESONG1979/06/68
wild blonde you were, wild blue yonderTREESONG1982/06/56
 
Spannergrooms
baboon, boo banTREESONG1981/05/61
baked beans, beaked banesTREESONG1979/09/05
ChapStick, chip stackTREESONG1983/01/41
chip stocks, chopsticksTREESONG1979/03/57
daily, delayJERG1985/03/69
[deleted, too. Might you be], [delighted to meet you, Bea]UNIQORN1978/08/12
edelweiss, idle vaseUNIQORGIE*1980/06/11
Jabberwocky, jobber wackyTREESONG1977/02/08
pet a breed, pita breadEOS1981/07/36
retune, routineBAMBAM1984/05/03
warfare, whereforeUNIQORGIE*1981/05/19
 
Split Shifts
A-test; beating, beestingSLIK1997/12/64
Easter; money, monasterySLIK1997/12/29
electric; select, strictGAB-F1998/02/66
gab; intermingle, interminableGAB-F1998/04/03
kite; [hop, skip, and jump], [hop, step, and jump]CRAX1998/02/53
oriole; Cabot, cabrioletSLIK1998/01/45
Rabat; artery, AA batteryLUNCH BOY1998/02/36
rout; alla breve, "All About Eve"MAELSTROM1998/01/04
 
Split Shifts (Phonetic)
ole; coleslaw, case lawLUNCH BOY1998/06/50
 
Spoomergrans
rail baron, rain barrelMANX1982/10/27
sail the waves, save the whalesEOS1984/01/26
yaks mash, yashmaksTREEGIE*1977/09/32
 
Spoonergrams
18-wheeler, weighty kneelerXEMU2001/02/10
[Abie, "boil], baby oilWABBIT1999/05/12
ace of spades, space of aidesRAIN MAN1993/08/77
[achin', and begs], bacon and eggsTREESONG1981/04/24
aching tissue, taking issueHAP1979/06/64
a cinch, say inchHOODWINK1971/12/18
Aiken and begs, bacon and eggsIXAXAR1992/12/30
air our sheets, share our eatsDADGIE*1977/10/27
air regret, rare egretTUT1980/05/73
all Tennessee jails, tall Genesee alesNIGHTOWL1988/12/41
anchor tied, tanker eyedNIGHTOWL1979/02/05
and stout, stand outTUT1981/06/49
any panty, penny anteIXAXAR1988/08/59
apple and cheese, chapel and easeWABBIT2000/06/20
asthma from plants, plasma from antsNIGHTOWL1979/06/24
ate grapes, great apesNIGHTOWL1981/11/48
ate grunions, grate onionsNIGHTOWL1975/04/41
au gratin, go rottenRANDOM WALK1981/12/47
[Austin, Texas], tossed in X'sNEWROW1981/05/04
baby Manx, maybe banksWABBIT1994/10/30
Bach round, rock-boundLI'L GAMIN1974/05/13
backblocks, black boxOSTRICH1991/03/53
back blurred, blackbirdSMITH, TIM S.1974/12/44
back blurred, blackbirdTREESONG1995/10/10
back Harry, hackberryJOKER1988/10/46
backin' the jocks, jack-in-the-boxTREESONG1979/08/32
back in the jocks', jack-in-the-boxJOLLIPITCH*1989/01/64
back in the jock's, jack-in-the-boxPOLLY1995/01/79
back of me, MaccabeeXEMU2001/12/62
back seat, sack beatVAL*1977/09/46
backs will, waxbillAMBER1981/06/74
back to the wall, wack to the ballMANGIE1978/03/22
backyard, yak bardMANGIE1984/05/48
bad debts, Dad betsANDREAS1994/12/46
bad salad, sad balladNIGHTOWL1974/07/50
baited hooks, hated booksNOHOLDS BARD1985/08/81
bait my hook, hate my bookEOS1980/12/57
bait the hook, hate the bookIXAXAR1982/02/09
baked a file, faked a bileBRUTUS1979/07/49
bakes night, snakebiteJOKER1990/07/79
[ballad, soul], salad bowlSTITCH1985/03/02
ball four, fall boreIXAXAR1988/05/27
ball gladder, gallbladderIXAXAR1988/05/23
ball of wax, wall of backsMANGIE1990/10/40
ban a kiss, cannabisABSOLVER1976/04/13
bandhook, handbookWINDJAMMER1988/03/49
bandy hag, handy bagHALO1993/05/57
bar and grill, gar and brillIXAXAR1980/09/37
bar and grill, gar and brillCORN COB1993/04/44
[Barbara, honey], harbor a bunnyNIGHTOWL1998/04/46
barefaced, fare basedBRONWYN1980/06/60
barefaced, fare basedORACY1985/12/13
bare fall, fair ballIXAXAR1981/02/48
bare feet, fair beatMIDURNDIST1973/10/x13
bare feet, fair beatHOHO1974/12/13
bare rumps, rare bumpsTUT1979/08/55
baron go "rah", Erin go braghMANGIE1990/07/16
baron go "rah", Erin go braghMANGIE1996/10/57
barrel cactus, Carol backed usULKER*1991/06/85
Barrymores, marry boresANEMONE1980/07/11
Bart's mom, smart bombSISYPHUS1994/03/18
basket case, casket baseAMBER1980/05/37
basket case, casket baseORACY1986/02/21
bat fled, flatbedNIGHTOWL1981/02/52
bat out of hell, hat out of BelleRAIN MAN1996/08/66
battered spy, spattered bySIBYL1986/12/80
batter-fried, fatter brideSIBYL1985/12/64
battle sags, saddlebagsGAB-F1996/03/12
battling rabies, rattling babiesNIGHTOWL1980/07/71
Bauhaus, how? BausMANGIE1993/09/45
Baus hound, houseboundPANACHE1986/08/49
Baus of Haggai, house of BagaiUCAOIMHU1995/11/20
[bay, due], debutA. CHEM1976/12/21
bay instead, stay in bedBRONWYN1979/07/65
bay per pack, paperbackTREESONG1980/03/03
bean grow, green bowFLORDELIS1979/06/06
bear a klutz, Clara Butt'sTWEASER1982/10/44
bear cub, [care, bub]VIKING1971/01/09
beard white, weird biteIXAXAR1986/05/61
bearing up under the strain, staring up under the brainQUIP1980/07/30
bear pond, pair-bondMICROPOD1988/10/77
bear pond, pair-bondCACHE1995/03/20
beat a path, Pete a bathBRUTUS1983/03/61
beat Celts, seat beltsTWEASER1982/04/59
beat the odds, eat the bodsPLAID1995/11/10
beauty's call, cutie's ballHOHO1971/09/04
beauty's call, cuties bawlHOHO1971/09/04
be cored, keyboardLARRY1981/12/03
bed rate, red-baitJOKER1989/07/36
bed rest, red bestMIDURNDIST1975/09/51
bed rest, red bestIXAXAR1990/11/64
been clergy, clean burgeeHALO1991/06/33
bees humming, he's bummingULLY BYRD*2000/07/42
beheaded, he beddedHOHO1972/09/36
beheaded, he beddedXEMU1996/12/55
behold, he bowledLARRY1975/03/17
being knobby, kneeing BobbyALICE1990/01/44
belle swinging in the rough, swell ringing in the buffTWEASER1989/06/31
Bellows Falls, Fellows ballsIXAXAR1992/10/13
Bellows Falls, fellow's ballsNIGHTOWL1992/10/77
[belly, Gene's], jelly beansCERES1981/06/01
[belly, Jeane], jelly beanJUNIOR1984/04/62
belly--jeans, jelly beansGAB-F1994/10/05
be my guest, gie my bestTHE ROUNDELAY1978/10/30
berate, rebateMIDURNDIST1975/06/10
besting nerds, nesting birdsULK1988/05/20
best man win, West ban MinhUNIQORN1981/03/19
best pumpkin, [pest, bumpkin]NIGHTOWL1973/08/42
best tan, test banTWEASER1988/10/82
best tans, test bansAESOP1996/03/38
best trains, test brainsERGO1986/06/48
[better, Lanx], letter banksXEMU1995/04/36
better locks, letter boxDADA1975/01/18
better lox, letter boxBAIRN1979/04/27
beware, wee bearULK1988/10/13
be wetter, we betterMIDURNDIST1972/02/x13
bewitched, we bitchedULK1989/10/13
[Bic, brat], brickbatULK1993/06/38
big gag, gig bagPEBBLES1991/10/64
Big Mac, MIG backULK1991/11/37
big sweater, swig betterIXAXAR1990/10/28
bike up the Strand, strike up the bandMANGIE1981/02/21
bike up the Strand, "Strike Up The Band"SANIT1991/04/84
bill and coo, kill and booHOHO1971/12/42
bill and coo, kill and booMANGIE1992/03/71
[bill, instead], still in bedVOLAR1978/09/57
billion mugs, million bugsMIDURNDIST1972/06/15
billion trees, trillion beesMIDURNDIST1972/06/16
bill of fare, fill of bearHARDRIC1979/01/23
bill of fare, fill of bearPIP*1989/10/29
bill of fare, fill of bearPANACHE1992/06/54
bill pox, pill boxTREESONG1981/08/79
[binger, jeer], ginger beerEARL E. BYRD1996/01/80
bin with jitters, gin with bittersWITCHOWL*1978/02/31
birdhouse, heard BausARACHNE1984/12/x04
bird-watcher, word botcherBLAMMESK1997/02/39
bird watcher, word botcherGRAYDOL1974/02/11
bird watcher, word botcherBAIRN1977/09/25
bird watchers, word botchersHOHO1972/01/28
bite relief, right beliefVOLAR1979/03/24
bite the hand that feeds me, fight the band that heeds meMANGIE1986/03/41
bit queer, quit beerNIGHTOWL1979/01/71
bitter fruit, fitter bruteIXAXAR1981/02/64
bitter fruit, fitter bruteEARL E. BYRD1998/09/09
bitter lox, litter boxTYED DOWN*1993/03/30
black-and-white, [whack, and blight]LARRY1979/08/39
blame lay, lame bay(?)NEOPHYTE1976/06/42
blazer raids, razor bladesTREESONG1975/09/59
blemish feared, Flemish beardBLAMMESK1994/07/58
blighter's rock, writer's blockNEWROW1994/03/06
block your knockoff, knock your block offTWEASER1989/01/12
bloody raise, ruddy blazeKAMEL1976/06/52
blue fly, flew byMIDURNDIST1974/08/26
Blue Grotto, grew blottoCORN COB1991/07/27
blue shack, shoeblackJOKER1990/10/37
blushing crow, crushing blowMANGIE1990/12/24
Bo and Lee hold, lo and beholdPLANTON1983/10/48
boarder quack, quarterbackIVIE1979/07/31
board feet, Ford beatBULKWEIGHT*1989/04/47
boardinghouse, hoarding BausOSTRICH1990/08/78
Boar's Head, whore's bedCLOVER1980/12/03
Boar's Head, whore's bedARBUTUS1990/09/49
[boast, "No pills!"], post no billsMANGIE1982/02/21
boasts its reef, roasts its beefIXAXAR1986/09/36
boast!" tight-lipped chief, toast (light) chipped beefNIGHTOWL1983/11/25
boat gutted, goat buttedKAMEL1976/08/57
boat ran, oat branMANGIE1990/05/10
boded worst, woad'd burstUCAOIMHU1996/05/01
bodyguards, gaudy bardsWABBIT1993/05/09
bog dark, dog barkBURNT SACK1971/09/26
Bo glue, go BlueLARRY1979/03/01
boiled sprat, spoiled bratEOS1980/04/54
bold cadger, cold badgerKAMEL1976/02/46
bold crew, cold brewNEOPHYTE1977/07/46
bold crew, cold brewTUT1979/12/35
bold hack, hold backIXAXAR1981/11/41
bold tailor sewed the ripping coat, cold sailor rowed the tipping boatNIGHTOWL1988/08/20
Bolshie hang, whole shebangTREESONG1975/10/24
bone-dry, drone byMIDURNDIST1972/02/x05
boor who mumbled, Moor who bumbledBRUTUS1979/09/49
bop on the head, hop on the bedFAMUGIE*1984/01/71
bordello, doorbell. OhANEMONE1982/10/12
bored fans, Ford bansBRUTUS1976/11/01
bore scored, scoreboardMANGIE1987/11/03
Bork peril, pork barrelFARO1987/12/62
born loser, lorn boozerTUT1979/09/56
born loser, lorn boozerIXAXAR1988/03/25
borrowing sums, sorrowing bumsTUT1979/06/67
bosphorus finds, phosphorus bindsNIGHTOWL1980/01/67
Bosporus prison teen, prosperous ByzantineXEMU1993/10/20
Bo's role, Rose BowlLARRY1978/03/01
bought some awls, matzo ballsWAHU*2000/04/02
boutiques, two beaksHARTNE*1987/03/23
bower floods, flower budsPOQUIKER*1990/07/28
bowler pairs, polar bearsIXAXAR1990/12/20
Bowl hunch, whole bunchFAMULUS1984/04/29
bowls and runs, [rolls, and buns]POLLY1994/03/16
bow ties, [tow, buys]IXAXAR1984/11/33
boxcar, cocks barIXAXAR1984/10/84
boxing, sock BingDOUBLE-H1980/10/53
box lunch, lox bunchHAPOWL*2000/12/53
box of toys, talks of boysWABBIT1998/01/12
box seat, Sox beatHAPOWL*1978/10/53
box seat, Sox beatR/EDS1994/12/49
boy tow, toy bowBLACKSTONE1972/09/49
braid the mane, made the brainARACHNE1985/01/27
brain death, Dane breathJUNEBUGERER*1988/08/70
brash hound, hash-brownedKAMEL1977/06/14
brass gasket, grass basketKAMEL1976/10/20
bravado, vibratoCORN COB1994/06/59
brave knight, knave brightIXAXAR1987/07/22
breadwinner, wed BrynnerFAMULUS1983/12/41
breaking waves, waking bravesIXAXAR1983/03/80
break the fall, fake the brawlOEDIPUS, JR.1972/03/26
brew set, soubretteTREESONG1989/04/07
Brillo pad, [pillow, Brad]NIGHTOWL1997/05/55
Bristol call, crystal ballNIGHTOWL1974/02/52
broadax, drawbacksNIGHTOWL1997/12/49
broadaxe, drawbacksHOHO1972/07/38
brock-faced, frock basedJOKER1993/02/33
broiled spats, spoiled bratsKAMEL1976/12/52
browning cutie, crowning beautyIXAXAR1983/08/27
Brylcreem, [krill, bream]TREESONG1981/03/13
build cheer, chilled beerSIGMASEXSPRING1975/10/64
bullpen, pull BenHARDRIC1978/05/72
bull pen, pull BenELF1988/01/49
bully wear, woolly bearIXAXAR1993/07/79
bum go, gumboMIDURNDIST1973/10/x10
bum hug, humbugANEMONE1980/02/37
bump-and-run, rump and bunMANGIE1998/06/67
bump and run, rump and bunMANGIE1991/07/69
bumping jeans, jumping beansJERG1982/06/01
bunch hack, hunchbackANEMONE1980/08/22
[bunch, Loy], Lunch BoyEARL E. BYRD1999/12/05
bunions ache, onions bakeWABBIT1998/09/cf21
bunny hunch, honeybunchTREESONG1993/07/22
bunny mags, moneybagsTREESONG1980/03/35
bunny mags, moneybagsULK1987/07/80
bunny mutter, money: butterWABBIT1991/04/44
bunny phone, funny boneG NATURAL2001/07/37
buried many, married BennyNIGHTOWL1977/05/61
burly word, whirlybirdLI'L GAMIN1975/12/39
burn Ariel, urn burialSIBYL1986/01/74
burned the toast, turned the boastBLAMMESK1991/08/46
burn far, fern barTREESONG1986/07/59
burro thread, thoroughbredULK1991/01/18
burst face, first baseHOHO1974/01/06
bush pike, push-bikeJOKER1989/10/42
bushwhack, whoosh backEARL E. BYRD2001/01/34
Buster Keaton, Custer beatenVOLAR1980/10/11
Buster Keaton, Custer beatenULK1990/09/71
Buster Keaton, Custer beatenMR. TEX1998/06/56
but the call to the pup, put the ball to the cupPHIZZ1991/03/45
butterfly, flutter byFIDDLE1984/10/68
butterfly, flutter byXEMU1993/07/76
by fate, Phi BeteMANGIE1980/01/54
by Syria, SiberiaTREESONG1974/07/28
by Syrian, SiberianULK1983/04/31
cabbie tat, tabby catWABBIT1997/05/44
cake over the rolls, rake over the coalsMANGIE1985/04/32
calorie sap, salary capMANGIE1994/12/60
candid mum, man did comeANEMONE1982/08/29
canned grampus, grand campusKAMEL1977/12/31
canned grampus, grand campusNIGHTOWL2001/07/07
canned hash, hand cashCLOVER1981/12/64
canned whale, Dan QuayleWAGSTAFF1989/07/72
cannibal honker, Hannibal conquerNIGHTOWL1997/10/35
Capitol Hill, [Hap, it'll kill]MANGIE1987/05/14
card game, guard cameIXAXAR1983/06/81
card game, guard cameELGAR1990/10/78
card handy, hard candyIXAXAR1997/10/26
careen more, Marine CorpsEBEAM1985/04/63
careen more, Marine CorpsULK1994/06/74
car paid, parquetedULK1998/12/76
carpe, ParkayTREESONG1986/05/27
carp--she's, sharp keysULK1988/12/52
cart before the horse, heart before the courseMANGIE1980/02/79
car tracks, tar cracksIXAXAR1980/10/73
catch a falling star, fetch a stalling carTREESONG1986/01/21
"Catch A Falling Star", fetch a stalling carSANIT1991/08/34
caterpillar, patter killerFARO1975/08/61
cat fight, fat kiteMIDURNDIST1974/03/19
cat fur, fat curMIDURNDIST1971/02/02
cat fur, fat curWABBIT1990/10/04
cat's in a rage, rats in a cageWABBIT1993/09/73
caught the sows, sought the cowsBRUTUS1980/12/30
certain kind, curtain signedNIGHTOWL1987/05/56
C flat, flea satPEBBLES1994/02/70
chap enhance, happenchanceERIC1982/11/09
Charles Keating, Karl's cheatingIOLANTHE1993/03/13
charm for, farm choreBRUTUS1980/12/29
chased the farmer, faced the charmerARBUTUS1993/06/33
cheap keys, keep cheeseJERG1983/02/18
checked the wraps, wrecked the chap's BRUTUS1979/10/04
[cherry, mace], merry chaseNIGHTOWL1987/04/45
chew Tums, two chumsMANGIE1981/12/31
chick-peas, pick cheeseLARRY1976/09/06
chick-peas, pick cheesePHIZZ1990/09/16
chick-peas, pick cheeseNIGHTOWL1990/09/76
chick peas, pick cheeseBRONWYN1981/12/42
child wary, wild cherryAJAX1974/11/41
child wary, wild cherryUNCANNY1990/06/14
chili dips, dilly chipsKAMEL1975/07/16
chlorophyll, flora killTREESONG1991/07/34
Chung in teak, tongue in cheekWABBIT1995/10/66
church pew, perch chewIXAXAR1991/04/03
cite quick, quite sickWAMU*1994/09/73
"Citizen Kane", kid is insaneXEMU1998/10/43
"Citizen Kane", kit is insaneWABRICH*1991/11/20
"Citizen Kane", Kit is insaneAMBER1980/01/09
city prince, pretty sinceIXAXAR1992/11/32
citywide, witty sideWINKER*1993/01/58
clamp down, damp clownLI'L GAMIN1974/08/37
clamp down, damp clownKAMEL1980/03/50
clamp down, damp clownBLA'MANGE*2000/11/54
clay patch-up, play catch-upBLA'MANGE*2001/09/75
clean man, mean clanMIDURNDIST1972/02/x10
clear down, dear clownAMOR1974/11/14
(click!) dark, Dick ClarkXEMU2000/01/50
clippers shear, shippers clearKAMEL1978/11/11
[clobbering, Sir], slobbering curIXAXAR1988/09/06
clock ticking, tock clickingMIDURNDIST1971/12/21
clockwork, wok clerkMANGIE1998/09/cf01
clued rhyme, crude lime, lewd crime, rued climbNIGHTOWL1977/08/46
clutch a sod, such a clodVOLAR1979/01/45
coal resource, sole recourseTREESONG1988/03/58
coarse hair, horse careNIGHTOWL2000/05/72
coarse mode, Morse codeBAIRN1977/12/60
coarse mode, Morse codeIXAXAR1986/07/80
cock-a-hoop, hock a coopARBUTUS1993/05/17
cocked knowledge, knocked collegeDADGIE*1978/03/09
cock-mound boast of rain, rock-bound coast of MaineTREESONG1985/04/82
cockroach, [rock, coach]MERLIN1991/04/53
cock stars, stock carsHAP1976/02/37
cocksure, shock cureBAIRN1977/12/55
coffee table, toffee cableIVIE1980/04/46
cold a handle, hold a candleMANGIE1988/08/57
cold ale, old kaleSIOBHAN1994/08/60
cold ghost, Gold CoastELSPETH1983/11/15
coleslaw, sole clawJERG1989/05/23
collie model, mollycoddleRHO1975/05/26
collie model, mollycoddleMANGIE1994/07/65
comb hair, home careNIGHTOWL1979/07/09
comb hair, home careBRONWYN1982/06/76
comely daughter, dumbly caught herMERLIN1972/11/35
come rake, rum cakeEOS1981/03/26
cone fall, phone callSUNC*1990/09/36
confined, fun kindULKER*1991/08/42
consist, sun-kissedJOLK*1988/06/29
consternation mount, monster nation countTREESONG1972/04/03
cool pew, pool cueKAMEL1975/08/55
Coors Light, lures KiteANDREAS1993/02/57
cop a plea, plop a keyWABBIE1992/10/63
cope's pressed, Pope's crestKAMEL1976/11/40
cop porn, popcornXEMU2001/09/85
cop who towered, hop to Coward, top coup? HowardNIGHTOWL2000/05/23
Corn Law, lorn cawPEBBLES1991/02/19
corn mash, mourn cashBRONWYN1980/08/65
[corset, dared], Dorset caredEOS1982/09/49
cost Lord, lost chordIXAXAR1986/07/50
cosy nook, nosy cookMANGIE1993/01/23
cosy room, rosy cwmNEWROW1982/05/74
cot a nappy hamper, not a happy camperNEWROW1992/10/17
cotton to the roar, rotten to the coreMANGIE1982/10/35
stately homes WABBIE*2000/05/18
course less hair ages, horseless carriagesMERLIN1971/03/24
courteous date, [dirty us, Kate]NIGHTOWL1973/02/48
court order shook, short-order cookFLORDELIS1979/01/02
court order shook, short order cookANEMONE1983/12/16
court shut, shortcutVOLAR1978/03/66
court shut, shortcutJOKER1992/05/82
courts Spars, sports carsDITTO1980/12/47
cousin dotes, dozen coatsIXAXAR1993/04/06
couth tome, tooth combNIGHTOWL1976/02/03
[coward, so hell], Howard CosellULK1994/02/18
crate of plums, plate of crumbsMEO1981/12/54
crazy litter, lazy critterDADA1974/11/34
crazy litter, lazy critterBRUTUS1977/03/08
creaks and groans, Greeks and cronesHAP1979/10/47
crochet on, show crayonCLOVER1981/01/37
crook and nanny, nook and crannyWYVERN1978/12/11
crooks and nannies, nooks and cranniesWINDRIFT1991/12/66
crown tire, town crierCORN COB1992/11/15
crucial toast, Trucial CoastNIGHTOWL1990/08/25
cry for help, [fry, whore!" kelp]ARTISTRY2000/08/cf03
cryptic, Trip kickULK1994/11/05
cunning plan, punning clanIXAXAR1981/03/34
cure parrot, pure carrotKAMEL1977/09/33
curfew, fur queueFANACRO1972/07/12
curious fat, furious catTUT1976/12/54
curlers in her hair, hurlers in her careBLA'MANGE*1997/12/31
curry favor, furry caverWABBIT1998/04/31
cursed foreigners, first coronersBLA'MANGE*1992/12/51
curse words, worse curdsBRUTUS1977/09/84
customer, must occurULK1985/01/72
cute miniskirt, [mute, skinny, curt]WABBIT1993/05/64
cute mittens, mute kittensIXAXAR1993/06/76
cute mittens, mute kittensWABBIT1999/08/71
cut the mustard, mutt the custard100 DOWN1994/06/62
[dairy, prog], prairie dogPAP NDROME1987/04/74
Daisy lame, lazy dameBRUTUS1980/10/65
Dallas punts, palace duncePHIZZ1988/08/11
dame luck, lame duckBRONWYN1979/09/27
Dame Luck, lame duckFEDGIE*2001/09/63
damn shame, sham dameFLORDELIS1979/03/19
damn shame, sham dameULK1987/02/39
damn shame, sham dameSHRDLU1993/12/27
damp stealer, stamp dealerBRONWYN1979/06/60
dam slunk, slam dunkULKER*1989/07/63
dandy read, randy deedHART KING1998/10/15
dare hide, hair dyedPROBLEM CHILD1974/11/61
dare shout, share doubtBRUTUS1980/09/76
dare squeal, square dealMIDURNDIST1972/01/15
dare woo Nell, ne'er-do-wellUNIQORN1979/01/13
date grains, Great DanesMANGIE1977/07/39
date of Stella wear, state of DelawareNEWROW1992/12/36
daughter slew, slaughter doIXAXAR1989/11/58
daughter was, water doesMIDURNDIST1973/10/x12
Dave Winfield, waived infieldNEWROW1981/10/49
day gone, gay dawnMIDURNDIST1972/02/x01
days are numbered, [neighs are dumb, bird]WABBIT2001/01/50
day through, they do(?)MIDURNDIST1971/09/24
dead in the water, weddin' the daughterWABBIE*1999/08/14
dear laughter, Lear daughterPUNSTER1983/06/32
dear tucked, tear ductNEWROW1981/04/04
dear WILLz, weird illsMANGIE1981/06/24
decent rhymes, recent dimesLOGOPHILE1996/06/66
deck the halls, [heck, the dolls]ULK1984/04/05
decorate, record eightULK1985/07/81
deem you hid a fire, dehumidifierTREESONG1976/05/21
Delaware, [well, a dare]ULK1987/04/61
denies, need eyesLARRY1978/09/61
Denmark, men darkFANACRO1973/02/37
dessert, is dirtATLANTIC1991/05/38
[die, foe], FidoMIDURNDIST1973/10/x17
diet queer, [quiet, dear]MERLIN1972/09/45
Dinah Shore, shine a doorVOLAR1977/09/74
dingthrift, thing driftJOKER1988/08/24
dinner wines, winner dinesNIGHTOWL1981/09/17
dinosaurs, sign o' doorsERGO1982/06/33
dirty thigh, thirty dieMIDURNDIST1975/03/43
dirty thoughts, thirty dotsWABBIT1991/02/27
dishwater, [wish, daughter]VAL1977/12/50
dodge a ram, [raja, "damn!"]NUBBIT*1995/11/34
doe slews neigh, no dues slay, slow news dayXEIPON1996/06/24
doghead, hog deadPROBLEM CHILD1974/09/05
do Heaney, HoudiniWABBIT1997/03/04
don't go near the water, won't know gear--the daughterULK1996/02/02
do the same, sue the dameHAP1978/08/67
doting flock, floating dockQ. GAW1985/08/06
dot in the shark, shot in the darkRAIN MAN1993/11/18
Dot in the shark, shot in the darkBRUTUS1978/07/46
Dow nears, [now, dears]TUT1977/06/57
downed-grog haze, Groundhog DaysTREESONG1992/12/03
downed grog. "Hey, Groundhog Day, ["Hound Dog", gray]XEMU1997/01/55
downpours, pound doorsVOLAR1978/08/55
down the drain, drown the DaneTREESONG1976/06/08
down the drain, drown the DaneMANGIE1992/03/48
dragonfly, flagon dryNIGHTOWL1982/07/76
dragonfly, flagon dryWINDJAMMER1991/01/57
drank lots of fluids, flank--lots of druidsWABBIT1993/12/22
draw night, gnaw dryBLAMMESK1991/09/32
drive llamas, live dramasBAM1972/09/25
Dr. Laura, [locked her door, a]MANGIE2000/06/34
drops hammer, hops drammerSIGMASEXSPRING1975/08/62
[drought, a flagon], flout a dragonIXAXAR1987/07/26
[druid, flipping], fluid drippingHAP1980/08/37
drunken shriving, shrunken drivingUCAOIMHU1996/02/14
dry mouth, my drouthMIDURNDIST1972/02/x04
dry mouth, my drouthHAPOWL*1998/10/47
dry pulse, pry dulseKAMEL1975/10/69
duck strum, struck dumbRANDOM WALK1981/10/02
dumb nude, numb dudeTUT1980/02/81
Dutch town, touchdownFIDDLE1971/02/13
Dutch town, touchdownLARRY1986/01/02
Dutch town, touch downKAMEL1975/12/35
dyed witch, wide ditchACORN1973/09/41
dying sun, sighing doneMIDURNDIST1975/11/60
dying to try it, trying to dietMEO1983/06/49
eats a plate, pizza lateWAMU*1994/09/73
editor's prize, predator's eyesWABBIT1995/08/23
eerie love, leery ofUNIQORN1978/10/46
Eisenhower a Red, rise an hour aheadNIGHTOWL1991/02/40
ever let, leveretSAL1990/10/70
ewe near, New YearEARL E. BYRD2001/01/63
eyeshade, shy aidePHIZZ1991/12/41
eyes place, plies aceIXAXAR1991/08/12
[fable, sir], sable furULK1991/09/68
facsimile, sick familyTREESONG1976/04/32
fact of life, lacked a fifeWABBIT2000/04/82
fainting--pour some, painting foursomeSIOBHAN1992/04/65
faint pigment, paint figmentIXAXAR1993/05/33
fairly round, rarely foundIXAXAR1997/07/65
fair riddle, rare fiddleIXAXAR1983/10/46
fair to middling, mayor to fiddlingMANGIE1991/06/31
fair-weather, wear featherTWEASER1988/05/70
fake the tumble, take the fumbleAMIGO1979/12/10
false meat, small featXEMU1999/12/20
fancy nails, Nancy failsBRUTUS1976/08/26
fanny mold, manifoldULK1982/06/66
fan shell, Shan fellJOKER1990/05/59
fan sore eyes, SanforizeANEMONE1982/11/41
faring well, wearing fellIXAXAR1988/08/29
fate of Astaire's, state of affairsAMBER1980/05/05
fate of Astaire's, state of affairsNIGHTOWL1997/08/61
fate of Astaire's, state of affairsBEO2000/06/48
fat-free, frat feeSANIT1994/01/22
[fearless, position], peerless physicianERGO1983/04/16
fears tall, tears fallWABBIT1999/04/41
fear to whore, heretoforeABSOLVER1976/09/19
featherweight, weather fateMANGIE1978/09/67
featherweight, whether fateXOH*1983/09/52
feel storms, steel formsPHIZZ1989/07/49
feel the heat, heal the feetHART KING1990/02/80
feldspar, spelled farULK1996/02/31
fella Toto, telephotoJOKER1990/03/47
fellowman, mellow fanIXAXAR1988/05/25
female, me failPROBLEM CHILD1974/08/45
Ferber thought, Thurber foughtNIGHTOWL2000/10/20
few nights, new fightsMIDURNDIST1972/02/x07
fickle knee, nickel feeKAMEL1976/09/66
fickle pigs, pickle figsIXAXAR1996/05/29
Fiddle rarely, riddle fairlyIXAXAR1987/09/64
fifty-nine, nifty! fine!MIDURNDIST1972/07/33
fight about race, right-about-faceIXAXAR1982/03/76
fight lingers, light fingersAMIGO1978/05/18
fight weather, white featherERGO1985/04/44
file trolleys, trial folliesMANGIE1992/09/64
find more punny, [mind poor, funny], pined for moneyNIGHTOWL1997/06/28
first try, stir-fryNIGHTOWL1991/09/43
fish wore, wish forADOBE1996/02/64
fix a nice, Knicks sufficeMANGIE1979/02/66
flagstick, stag flickMANGIE1992/06/38
flag-waver, wag flavorIXAXAR1994/06/34
flapjack, Jap flakKAMEL1977/01/20
flash in the pan, passion the flanQUIP1980/09/74
flawless lock, lawless flockNIGHTOWL1992/02/38
fled my, MedflyDAMFINO1981/11/26
flew shy, shooflyLI'L GAMIN1974/07/08
flood of stats, stud of flatsCRAX1998/09/45
floor fights, four flightsHAP1983/09/46
floor mats, more flatsWRYBOSH1998/07/43
fluttering game, guttering flameTUT1980/08/81
flying saucer, sighing flosserMANGIE1987/01/32
[food, lodging], fool dodgingAJAX1973/12/03
food store, stewed forMp1983/12/66
force heathers, horse feathersHOHO1973/08/30
forcemeat in her hair, horsemeat in her fareSIBYL1985/07/54
foresight, [sore, fight]ANEMONE1981/04/71
forgo, Gore foeEARL E. BYRD2001/01/33
fought thirst, thought firstBRONWYN1982/05/67
four mountains, more fountainsIXAXAR1989/07/69
four years, your fearsMIDURNDIST1971/01/01
foxy red, [Roxy, fed]ANEMONE1979/11/29
frail henchmen, hale FrenchmenEARL E. BYRD1997/01/41
Francois, sangfroidTRAZOM1991/03/72
Frank Lloyd Wright, rank Freud lightMANGIE1999/11/31
frappe askew, scrap a fewJAELTI1990/01/53
Fraz a hog, has a frogWABBIT1992/05/66
free rein, refrainIRISH1978/03/16
free rein, refrainULK1982/05/78
free rein, refrainPEBBLES1994/01/39
free thought, three foughtQ. GAW1985/10/40
"Free Willy", [wee, frilly]ANDREAS1994/03/55
freezing snows, sneezing--frozeULK1989/02/57
fright later, light freighterSIOBHAN1993/11/24
frilly suits, silly fruitsIXAXAR1989/04/73
fruit sheiks, shoot freaksACORN1975/10/09
frying pan, prying fanTUT1980/09/57
fully weaned, woolly fiendWABBIT1994/07/04
fulsome praise, pull some phraseHOHO1970/12/13
Fundy sunnies, Sunday funniesBRUTUS1979/08/64
[fun, pay Millinocket], nun may fill a pocketNIGHTOWL1988/01/29
fustigate, gusty fateNEOPHYTE1976/09/38
flyspecks, spy flecksTUT1980/07/60
game shows, shame goesR. TIST1975/11/30
gardyloo, lardy gooMEOWL*1976/04/08
gardyloo, lardy gooPEBBLES1991/06/54
gar stays, stargazeKAMEL1977/03/50
gate my huts, hate my gutsWABBIT2000/03/24
[gay as you, Poe], pay as you goIXAXAR1984/09/26
gay though, they goMIDURNDIST1972/05/34
gear shift, sheer giftHAP1973/01/27
genial mob, menial jobBRONWYN1980/03/14
gerrymander, merry ganderMANGIE1976/02/33
get a mink, met a ginkTUT1980/03/66
ghostly mass, mostly gasMEO1978/07/68
ghostwrote, roast goatULKER*1988/07/51
girlie wigs, whirligigsABSOLVER1976/06/26
girl pray, pearl grayMIDURNDIST1973/10/x11
glistening lobe, listening globeHAP1980/05/11
goes "nay", nosegayMANGIE1995/11/62
gold earring, old gearingEOS1982/01/16
gold lorry, Old GloryJERG1986/06/35
go nuts, no gutsWINDJAMMER1983/10/74
good show, should goMIDURNDIST1973/10/x16
good show, should goBODOLPH1977/09/65
[goo, ninny], New GuineaGADJET1982/11/58
goose how, hoosegowULK1994/07/32
[go, Shirl], show girlTREESONG1983/09/05
got no such mirth, not so much girthMIDURNDIST1972/02/02
Grammy time's, Tammy GrimesNIGHTOWL1984/05/51
granary, rain--agreeULK1985/02/24
great loan, late grownIXAXAR1996/08/53
great minds, mate grindsMANGIE1986/05/39
Great Plains, plate grainsULK1991/02/51
[grew, nurse Pam], spoonergramMERLIN1972/02/24
grew. Nurse Pam, spoonergramDANDR2001/08/65
grim pal, prim galTUT1982/06/44
grist for your mill, mist for your grillMANGIE*1979/10/54
groovy mates, movie greatsNIGHTOWL1981/04/67
groovy mates, movie greatsJERG1982/09/28
Groundhog Day, hound dog grayHAP1977/02/01
grow the mass, mow the grassULK1988/11/22
guest wait, west gateVOLAR1980/12/82
gun-shy, shun guyULK1983/01/78
gypsy tailor, tipsy jailerHAPOWL1983/03/51
hackmatack, tacmahackSENOR1980/09/20
[had, as a matter], mad as a hatterIXAXAR1984/05/16
[had, as a Met when], mad as a wet henULK1993/02/14
had matter, Mad HatterPEN GWYN1989/08/58
had matter, Mad HatterANDREAS1992/10/53
haggard lookers, laggard hookersEARL E. BYRD1997/01/42
hagridden, rag hiddenMANGIE1989/08/74
haiku, [Ike, who]XEMU1997/03/08
hail-fellow-well-met, [mail hello fell, wet]TREESONG1982/12/11
hairy mazard, Mary HazardNIGHTOWL1977/01/39
[hallow, shall], "Shallow Hal"MR. TEX2001/12/77
ham omelet, om hamletTREESONG1972/10/29
ham on rye, ram on highMERLIN1971/08/08
ham on rye, ram on highIXAXAR1982/04/76
hand on his stead, stand on his headTREESONG1976/07/65
hand-strung, strand hungNIGHTOWL1979/08/06
hang sire, sang higherKAMEL1976/07/14
harsh men, marsh henFLORDELIS1977/04/32
Harve at the Stilton, starve at the HiltonNIGHTOWL1984/03/74
hate stealth, state healthKAMEL1976/04/56
hawser, saw herBAIRN1978/05/34
hay stacking, stay hackingKAMEL1978/12/63
heads or tails, Ted's or hailsRAIN MAN1994/09/25
heads rolled, Reds holdULK1990/01/42
heads rolled, Reds holedULK1990/01/42
[healthy, we], [wealthy, he]DADA1974/12/11
heard Ted Koppel, Kurd head toppleNIGHTOWL1991/01/55
heart-stopping, start hoppingHAP1977/06/64
hearty pat, party hatADOBE1982/06/38
heats a pot, pizza hotNIGHTOWL1983/06/64
[heaven, Sills], seven hillsEOS1981/05/11
heft loam, left homeKAMEL1976/05/63
height to be sold, sight to beholdERGO1984/07/07
he'll call, keelhaulIXAXAR1989/01/07
[hello, Yankee], yellow hankieNIGHTOWL1977/02/05
hen-talon gat, ten-gallon hatXEMU1996/12/42
hero worship, we row her shipNUIP*1995/09/12
he weighed my band, we made by handFARO1981/05/08
hey you, yahooMEO1977/08/08
hides the ransom, rides the hansomMADRAS*1995/01/69
hiding rabbit, riding habitIXAXAR1982/01/29
hiding rabbit, riding habitAMIGO1984/01/51
high and low, lye and hoeMANGIE1979/11/66
highfalutin, life a-hootin'EOS1984/06/41
high tea, [tie, he]IXAXAR1991/06/83
hilly sound, silly houndMICROPOD1987/07/37
him jog, Jim HoggJO THE LOITERER1990/07/57
hire a mess, Myra HessMANGIE1982/07/56
his ourie mystery, Missouri historyWRYBOSH2001/11/05
hissed the Kittery jockey, kissed the jittery hockeyNIGHTOWL1987/06/11
hits the spot, spits the HotMANGIE1994/03/66
hockey stick, stocky hickNIGHTOWL1975/06/32
hockey stick, stocky hickKAMEL1981/01/46
hockey sticks, stocky hicksIXAXAR1991/11/41
hog louse, log houseHOOKER*1989/02/50
Holy See, solely heXEMU1995/03/06
homesick, some hickKAMEL1975/02/51
Honda car, KandaharXEMU2001/11/51
hopping mad, mopping hadIXAXAR1993/05/55
hopping mad, mopping hadMR. TEX1995/08/77
horn tooter, torn hooterIXAXAR1994/10/23
host paste, posthasteIXAXAR1995/04/63
hot on the trail, trot on the hail