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Vacation times =
I'm not as active.
E.S. Crow, TE, 1910

Valentine poems =
Pen mates in love.
Jamaica, NP, 1905

Valedictorian =
Lead in a victor.
Two Johns, TEE, 1903

Valetudinarian =
A nature invalid.
Nestor, TEE, 1898

Venetian gondoliers =
Ride in lagoon events.
Hercules, TE, date unknown

Versatility =
Variety list.
Tranza, C, 1900

The veterinary surgeon =
I never hurt sore nag yet.
Moonshine, TE, 1917

The Victor Talking Machines =
Charming voices that tinkle.
Francolin, TE, 1915

Victoria, England's Queen =
Governs a nice quiet land.
Athenaeum, 1862

Vietnamese =
Seem native.
Author unknown

Villainousness =
An evil soul's sin.
Author unknown

Vindicate =
Act divine.
Nelsonian, The Study, 1887

Violet =
Love it.
Sub Rosa, The Labyrinth, 1887

Violets =
It's love.
Howard W. Bergerson, Language on Vacation, date unknown

Violets =
I've lost.
D.A. Borgmann, Language on Vacation, date unknown

Virtue is its own reward =
Is truer view toward sin.
Amaranth, TE, 1926

Virulent =
Vile turn.
Remardo, NP, 1909

Vociferations =
Strain of voice.
Nox, The Brighton Item, 1915

The volcanic eruptions =
Stir each plutonic oven.
Nypho, TE, 1949

A volcanic island =
Land is conic lava.
Molemi, C, 1907

A Volcanic mountain =
Lava in a conic mount.
Margaretta, AP, 1900

Volunteers =
Never louts.
Donatello, TE, 1913

Francois de Voltaire =
I said, "O, France, revolt!".
L.Z.H., TE, 1924

Votes for women =
New sort of move.
Tryon, TE, 1914

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Abbreviations used in the Hall of Fame
  • AG = Anagram Genius.
  • AP = The Ardmore Puzzler.
  • B&O = Baltimore & Ohio Magazine.
  • C = Complications (aka Inter-Ocean).
  • F-SP = The Four-Star Puzzler.
  • GD = Golden Days.
  • NT = The National Tribune.
  • NP = The Newark Puzzler.
  • TE = The Enigma.
  • TEE = The Eastern Enigma.
  • WW = Word Ways

Symbols used:
= normal anagram
~ subject and anagram together form a phrase or sentence
"antigram" - subject and anagram have opposite meanings.


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