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n.1.A maker of anagrams.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It was compiled by a dedicated anagrammatist who signed on as "Amaranth." Little is known about him except that he was a Pittsburgh attorney with the surname of Lovejoy.
Ove Michaelsen, an expert anagrammatist, has found a number of remarkable anagrams by hand and a four (indicated by asterisks) using the online search engine
However, since Ignatius was not only a saint but also a master anagrammatist, he mused on the musical dilemma by anagramming TEARS instead of weeping them.