5 letter anagrams

When we study a phrase on its own, we can become quite stuck on its meaning and it can be difficult to see just how the words and letters can make something new. Hence, Phrase Unscrambler can be very valuable when players are looking to change the letters around in phrases to pinpoint anagrams.
“Dirty room” contains the following letters ─ DIMOORRTY. Putting the phrase into the Phrase Unscrambler uncovers the word “dormitory”.

People have enjoyed rearranging random letters into words or phrases for centuries. Even the ancient Greeks liked to play around with anagrams. Anagramming is fun, but it can also be tedious and frustrating. You can make anagramming easier and more enjoyable by using Word Finder, the Internet’s premier word-game resource, because we know all the words. Word Finder is the biggest word nerd you’ve ever met. This is good news for you, because if you’ve got some scrambled letter tiles, the anagram solver will help by making them into words you can play to improve your score.
When you’re in need of a new word just pop them into our free, easy anagram solver above. You can enter up to 20 letters into the big blue box. You can even include up to three “?” as wildcards. When you’re done entering your letters, simply hit the search button on the right and the anagram solver will unscramble the letters and generate a list of possible words for you to use in your online games. Victory is yours.

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An anagram is a word or phrase that is made by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. For example, stop is an anagram of pots.

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Resources:

http://wordfinder.yourdictionary.com/anagram-solver/
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/english/anagram/numberofletters/5letters.shtml
http://www2.stetson.edu/~efriedma/puzzle/anagram/
http://wordinfo.info/unit/98