For the true logophile (word lover), one of the joys of life is rearranging the letters of a word or name to form some other word or name. Let us assume that the logophile picks up a daily paper, turns to the society column, and comes upon a sentence such as this:
"Daniel C. Conley, sprucy Englander, rumbaed erect." What does he see in that sentence?
Borgmann, Dmitri A.
"Animals in Disarray,"
Word Ways: Vol. 1
, Article 8.
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