Even the title of the film is an anagram of “Truths Denials.”
[From The Daily Beast's own Brian Ries] Hi Ron Paul your name is an anagram for "Our Plan."
Several letters included in the words of the sonnet, remained unused in my anagram.
He announced this also by an anagram, and waited till it should become a crescent, which it did.
Mero is the anagram of Rome; Engu of Geneva, and they are two sisters who aspire to the succession of the kingdom of their father.
He will send me, in response to the demand, as Mlle. Roland,—an anagram of my own name.
It happening that both had the same name, Catherine, they passed the whole afternoon in forming it into an anagram.
The signature of this letter is an anagram of my ancestor's name.
Sir Henry Wood suggested that the method of the anagram or palindrome yielded very happy results.
From Coote he gathered something of the nature of anagrams and anagram parties.
transposition of letters in a word so as to form another, 1580s, from French anagramme or Modern Latin anagramma (16c.), both from Greek anagrammatizein "transpose letters," from ana- "up, back" (see ana-) + gramma (genitive grammatos) "letter" (see grammar). Related: Anagrammatical; anagrammatically.