An anagram is a word or phrase in which the letters are rearranged to make a different word or phrase. For example: You could make a code or another form of crypt with your friend so other people wouldn’t know what you are doing.
You could also send codes encrypted inside regular sentences that use the crypt:
The boat was won. He caught a large grouper on it. A car crashed near the dock. The person inside was fine, and he roved around the block until he found help. He found help three minutes later.
Translated: Boat-Abort Won-Now Grouper-Regroup Rove-Over Three-There
Abort now. Regroup over there.
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