Multi-anagrams

Running a simple script over a file containing a list of basic English words revealed the following groups of anagrams with at least 3 elements.

The  words are listed in order of group size and word length.

( 3, 3 ) [‘act’, ‘cat’, ‘tac’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘are’, ‘ear’, ‘era’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘ate’, ‘eat’, ‘tea’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘alp’, ‘lap’, ‘pal’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘arm’, ‘mar’, ‘ram’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘asp’, ‘sap’, ‘spa’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘apt’, ‘pat’, ‘tap’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘art’, ‘rat’, ‘tar’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘bro’, ‘orb’, ‘rob’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘per’, ‘pre’, ‘rep’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘now’, ‘own’, ‘won’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘opt’, ‘pot’, ‘top’]
( 3, 3 ) [‘pus’, ‘sup’, ‘ups’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘bard’, ‘brad’, ‘drab’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘bare’, ‘bear’, ‘brae’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘brag’, ‘garb’, ‘grab’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘bats’, ‘stab’, ‘tabs’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘acme’, ‘came’, ‘mace’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘acre’, ‘care’, ‘race’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘arcs’, ‘cars’, ‘scar’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘dale’, ‘deal’, ‘lead’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘dame’, ‘made’, ‘mead’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘dare’, ‘dear’, ‘read’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘amid’, ‘diam’, ‘maid’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘aids’, ‘dais’, ‘said’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘fate’, ‘feat’, ‘feta’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘hare’, ‘hear’, ‘rhea’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘kale’, ‘lake’, ‘leak’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘lame’, ‘male’, ‘meal’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘elan’, ‘lane’, ‘lean’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘late’, ‘tale’, ‘teal’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘lave’, ‘vale’, ‘veal’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘mesa’, ‘same’, ‘seam’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘nape’, ‘neap’, ‘pane’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘anew’, ‘wane’, ‘wean’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘apes’, ‘apse’, ‘peas’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘pate’, ‘peat’, ‘tape’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘ears’, ‘eras’, ‘sear’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘rate’, ‘tare’, ‘tear’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘aves’, ‘save’, ‘vase’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘ayes’, ‘easy’, ‘yeas’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘afro’, ‘faro’, ‘fora’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘gash’, ‘hags’, ‘shag’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘nags’, ‘sang’, ‘snag’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘ankh’, ‘hank’, ‘khan’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘hams’, ‘mash’, ‘sham’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘alms’, ‘lams’, ‘slam’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘laps’, ‘pals’, ‘slap’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘last’, ‘salt’, ‘slat’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘amps’, ‘maps’, ‘spam’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘arms’, ‘mars’, ‘rams’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘awns’, ‘sawn’, ‘swan’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘aunt’, ‘tuna’, ‘utan’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘raps’, ‘rasp’, ‘spar’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘part’, ‘rapt’, ‘trap’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘asps’, ‘pass’, ‘saps’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘paws’, ‘swap’, ‘wasp’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘pays’, ‘spay’, ‘yaps’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘sway’, ‘ways’, ‘yaws’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘buns’, ‘nubs’, ‘snub’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘cost’, ‘cots’, ‘scot’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘deli’, ‘idle’, ‘lied’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘dire’, ‘ired’, ‘ride’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘dies’, ‘ides’, ‘side’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘demo’, ‘dome’, ‘mode’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘dens’, ‘ends’, ‘send’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘doer’, ‘redo’, ‘rode’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘does’, ‘dose’, ‘odes’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘dues’, ‘sued’, ‘used’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘disk’, ‘kids’, ‘skid’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘modi’, ‘modi’, ‘modi’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘keep’, ‘peek’, ‘peke’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘eels’, ‘else’, ‘lees’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘meet’, ‘mete’, ‘teem’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘file’, ‘lief’, ‘life’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘hoes’, ‘hose’, ‘shoe’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘isle’, ‘leis’, ‘lies’]
( 3, 4 ) [’emir’, ‘mire’, ‘rime’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘ires’, ‘rise’, ‘sire’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘rite’, ‘tier’, ‘tire’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘noes’, ‘nose’, ‘ones’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘ores’, ‘rose’, ‘sore’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘pest’, ‘pets’, ‘step’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘sett’, ‘stet’, ‘test’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘stew’, ‘west’, ‘wets’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘fist’, ‘fits’, ‘sift’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘flow’, ‘fowl’, ‘wolf’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘gins’, ‘sign’, ‘sing’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘girt’, ‘grit’, ‘trig’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘gums’, ‘mugs’, ‘smug’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘gory’, ‘gyro’, ‘orgy’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘gust’, ‘guts’, ‘tugs’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘hips’, ‘phis’, ‘ship’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘ohos’, ‘oohs’, ‘shoo’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘host’, ‘hots’, ‘shot’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘huts’, ‘shut’, ‘thus’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘inks’, ‘sink’, ‘skin’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘lino’, ‘lion’, ‘loin’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘oils’, ‘silo’, ‘soil’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘lips’, ‘lisp’, ‘slip’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘list’, ‘silt’, ‘slit’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘inst’, ‘nits’, ‘tins’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘riot’, ‘tori’, ‘trio’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘pits’, ‘spit’, ‘tips’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘loop’, ‘polo’, ‘pool’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘lost’, ‘lots’, ‘slot’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘lows’, ‘owls’, ‘slow’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘most’, ‘mots’, ‘toms’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘nots’, ‘snot’, ‘tons’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘owns’, ‘snow’, ‘sown’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘nowt’, ‘town’, ‘wont’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘nuts’, ‘stun’, ‘tuns’]
( 3, 4 ) [‘stow’, ‘tows’, ‘twos’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘baker’, ‘brake’, ‘break’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘bales’, ‘blase’, ‘sable’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘brags’, ‘garbs’, ‘grabs’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘boast’, ‘boats’, ‘sabot’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘acned’, ‘caned’, ‘dance’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘caner’, ‘crane’, ‘nacre’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘carve’, ‘caver’, ‘crave’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘claps’, ‘clasp’, ‘scalp’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘canst’, ‘cants’, ‘scant’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘coast’, ‘coats’, ‘tacos’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘carps’, ‘scarp’, ‘scrap’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘adder’, ‘dared’, ‘dread’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘garde’, ‘grade’, ‘raged’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘aimed’, ‘amide’, ‘media’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘aides’, ‘aside’, ‘ideas’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘paled’, ‘pedal’, ‘plead’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘dales’, ‘deals’, ‘leads’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘admen’, ‘amend’, ‘named’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘dares’, ‘dears’, ‘reads’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘rated’, ‘trade’, ‘tread’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘deary’, ‘rayed’, ‘ready’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘dates’, ‘sated’, ‘stead’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘dinar’, ‘drain’, ‘nadir’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘draws’, ‘sward’, ‘wards’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘false’, ‘fleas’, ‘leafs’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘fares’, ‘fears’, ‘safer’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘fates’, ‘feast’, ‘feats’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘angel’, ‘angle’, ‘glean’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘gaper’, ‘grape’, ‘pager’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘heals’, ‘leash’, ‘shale’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘ahems’, ‘haems’, ‘shame’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘heaps’, ‘phase’, ‘shape’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘earth’, ‘hater’, ‘heart’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘haste’, ‘hates’, ‘heats’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘lakes’, ‘leaks’, ‘slake’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘asker’, ‘rakes’, ‘saker’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘panel’, ‘penal’, ‘plane’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘elans’, ‘lanes’, ‘leans’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘alert’, ‘alter’, ‘later’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘early’, ‘layer’, ‘relay’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘lases’, ‘sales’, ‘seals’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘salve’, ‘slave’, ‘vales’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘aspen’, ‘napes’, ‘panes’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘avers’, ‘raves’, ‘saver’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘swear’, ‘wares’, ‘wears’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘tater’, ‘tetra’, ‘treat’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘asset’, ‘sates’, ‘seats’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘state’, ‘taste’, ‘teats’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘argon’, ‘groan’, ‘organ’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘angst’, ‘gnats’, ‘tangs’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘nails’, ‘slain’, ‘snail’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘saint’, ‘satin’, ‘stain’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘palsy’, ‘plays’, ‘splay’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘lasts’, ‘salts’, ‘slats’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘atoms’, ‘moats’, ‘stoma’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘marts’, ‘smart’, ‘trams’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘arson’, ‘roans’, ‘sonar’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘aunts’, ‘tunas’, ‘utans’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘roast’, ‘rotas’, ‘taros’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘prays’, ‘raspy’, ‘spray’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘straw’, ‘swart’, ‘warts’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘satyr’, ‘stray’, ‘trays’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘bider’, ‘bride’, ‘rebid’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘bored’, ‘orbed’, ‘robed’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘begin’, ‘being’, ‘binge’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘below’, ‘bowel’, ‘elbow’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘bores’, ‘robes’, ‘sober’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘brute’, ‘rebut’, ‘tuber’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘cider’, ‘cried’, ‘dicer’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘coder’, ‘credo’, ‘decor’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘clods’, ‘colds’, ‘scold’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘cruel’, ‘lucre’, ‘ulcer’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘copes’, ‘copse’, ‘scope’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘cruse’, ‘cures’, ‘curse’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘cruet’, ‘cuter’, ‘truce’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘coins’, ‘icons’, ‘sonic’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘optic’, ‘picot’, ‘topic’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘sewed’, ‘swede’, ‘weeds’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘idles’, ‘sidle’, ‘slide’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘direr’, ‘drier’, ‘rider’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘dries’, ‘rides’, ‘sired’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘diver’, ‘drive’, ‘rived’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘weird’, ‘wider’, ‘wired’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘doles’, ‘lodes’, ‘soled’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘doper’, ‘pored’, ‘roped’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘drupe’, ‘duper’, ‘prude’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘idols’, ‘lidos’, ‘solid’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘modus’, ‘modus’, ‘modus’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘dowry’, ‘rowdy’, ‘wordy’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘ether’, ‘there’, ‘three’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘keels’, ‘leeks’, ‘sleek’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘keeps’, ‘peeks’, ‘pekes’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘elver’, ‘lever’, ‘revel’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘meets’, ‘metes’, ‘teems’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘ewers’, ‘resew’, ‘sewer’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘filer’, ‘flier’, ‘rifle’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘fires’, ‘fries’, ‘serif’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘gluer’, ‘gruel’, ‘luger’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘heirs’, ‘hires’, ‘shire’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘helot’, ‘hotel’, ‘thole’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘hoers’, ‘horse’, ‘shore’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘kepis’, ‘pikes’, ‘spike’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘piles’, ‘plies’, ‘spiel’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘litre’, ‘relit’, ’tiler’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘islet’, ‘stile’, ’tiles’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘evils’, ‘lives’, ‘veils’]
( 3, 5 ) [’emirs’, ‘mires’, ‘miser’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘inert’, ‘inter’, ‘nitre’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘inset’, ‘stein’, ‘tines’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘sinew’, ‘swine’, ‘wines’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘weirs’, ‘wires’, ‘wiser’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘lopes’, ‘poles’, ‘slope’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘lores’, ‘loser’, ‘roles’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘loses’, ‘sloes’, ‘soles’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘loves’, ‘solve’, ‘voles’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘pelts’, ‘slept’, ‘spelt’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘motes’, ‘smote’, ‘tomes’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘opens’, ‘peons’, ‘pones’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘rents’, ‘stern’, ‘terns’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘pesos’, ‘poses’, ‘posse’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘sower’, ‘swore’, ‘worse’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘overt’, ‘trove’, ‘voter’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘purse’, ‘sprue’, ‘super’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘ruses’, ‘suers’, ‘users’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘strew’, ‘trews’, ‘wrest’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘setts’, ‘stets’, ‘tests’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘flows’, ‘fowls’, ‘wolfs’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘grips’, ‘prigs’, ‘sprig’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘grist’, ‘grits’, ‘trigs’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘hoots’, ‘shoot’, ‘sooth’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘throw’, ‘worth’, ‘wroth’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘kilns’, ‘links’, ‘slink’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘lilts’, ‘still’, ’tills’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘lists’, ‘silts’, ‘slits’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘lumps’, ‘plums’, ‘slump’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘loots’, ‘stool’, ‘tools’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘roost’, ‘roots’, ‘torso’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘ports’, ‘sport’, ‘strop’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘posts’, ‘spots’, ‘stops’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘pouts’, ‘spout’, ‘stoup’]
( 3, 5 ) [‘roust’, ‘torus’, ‘tours’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘rascal’, ‘sacral’, ‘scalar’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘altars’, ‘astral’, ‘tarsal’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘rattan’, ‘tantra’, ‘tartan’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘badger’, ‘barged’, ‘garbed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘barked’, ‘braked’, ‘debark’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘ambled’, ‘bedlam’, ‘blamed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘beards’, ‘breads’, ‘debars’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘adsorb’, ‘boards’, ‘broads’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘beater’, ‘berate’, ‘rebate’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘bakers’, ‘brakes’, ‘breaks’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘ambler’, ‘marble’, ‘ramble’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘balers’, ‘blares’, ‘blears’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘barely’, ‘barley’, ‘bleary’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘barest’, ‘baster’, ‘breast’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘cadent’, ‘canted’, ‘decant’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘arches’, ‘chaser’, ‘search’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘caller’, ‘cellar’, ‘recall’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘carpel’, ‘parcel’, ‘placer’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘cartel’, ‘claret’, ‘rectal’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘carven’, ‘cavern’, ‘craven’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘carers’, ‘racers’, ‘scarer’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘carter’, ‘crater’, ‘tracer’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘carves’, ‘cavers’, ‘craves’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘arcing’, ‘caring’, ‘racing’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘anomic’, ‘camion’, ‘manioc’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘cantor’, ‘carton’, ‘contra’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘actors’, ‘castor’, ‘scrota’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘damned’, ‘demand’, ‘madden’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘adders’, ‘dreads’, ‘sadder’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘earned’, ‘endear’, ‘neared’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘seated’, ‘sedate’, ‘teased’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dafter’, ‘farted’, ‘rafted’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘daleth’, ‘halted’, ‘lathed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘hasped’, ‘phased’, ‘shaped’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dearth’, ‘hatred’, ‘thread’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dashes’, ‘sashed’, ‘shades’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘ideals’, ‘ladies’, ‘sailed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘detail’, ‘dilate’, ‘tailed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘diaper’, ‘paired’, ‘repaid’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘danker’, ‘darken’, ‘ranked’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘skated’, ‘staked’, ‘tasked’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘loader’, ‘ordeal’, ‘reload’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘lapsed’, ‘pedals’, ‘pleads’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘anders’, ‘sander’, ‘snared’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘wander’, ‘warden’, ‘warned’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘depart’, ‘parted’, ‘petard’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘retard’, ‘tarred’, ‘trader’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘stared’, ‘trades’, ‘treads’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dinars’, ‘drains’, ‘nadirs’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘damson’, ‘monads’, ‘nomads’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘aether’, ‘heater’, ‘reheat’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘asleep’, ‘elapse’, ‘please’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘amener’, ‘meaner’, ‘rename’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘afters’, ‘faster’, ‘strafe’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘ganger’, ‘grange’, ‘nagger’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘angels’, ‘angles’, ‘gleans’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘gasper’, ‘grapes’, ‘pagers’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘garret’, ‘garter’, ‘grater’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘grates’, ‘greats’, ‘stager’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘rashes’, ‘shares’, ‘shears’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘hawser’, ‘rewash’, ‘washer’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘airmen’, ‘marine’, ‘remain’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘aimers’, ‘armies’, ‘ramies’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘naiver’, ‘ravine’, ‘vainer’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘airest’, ‘satire’, ‘striae’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘skater’, ‘streak’, ‘takers’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘skates’, ‘stakes’, ‘steaks’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘laymen’, ‘meanly’, ‘namely’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘ampler’, ‘lamper’, ‘palmer’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘antler’, ‘learnt’, ‘rental’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘ravels’, ‘salver’, ‘slaver’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘layers’, ‘relays’, ‘slayer’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘slates’, ‘steals’, ‘tassel’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘mapper’, ‘pamper’, ‘preamp’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘master’, ‘stream’, ‘tamers’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘attune’, ‘nutate’, ‘tauten’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘parers’, ‘parser’, ‘rasper’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘arrest’, ‘rarest’, ‘raster’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘assert’, ‘asters’, ‘stares’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘averts’, ‘starve’, ‘vaster’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘rawest’, ‘waster’, ‘waters’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘aligns’, ‘lasing’, ‘signal’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘groans’, ‘organs’, ‘sarong’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘lapins’, ‘plains’, ‘spinal’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘saints’, ‘satins’, ‘stains’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘patios’, ‘patois’, ‘spatio’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘aorist’, ‘ratios’, ‘satori’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘artist’, ‘strait’, ‘traits’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘paltry’, ‘partly’, ‘raptly’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘burble’, ‘lubber’, ‘rubble’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘binder’, ‘inbred’, ‘rebind’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘brides’, ‘debris’, ‘rebids’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘bedsit’, ‘bidets’, ‘debits’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘begins’, ‘beings’, ‘binges’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘boiler’, ‘libero’, ‘reboil’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘bluest’, ‘bustle’, ‘subtle’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘bowers’, ‘bowser’, ‘browse’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘deduce’, ‘deuced’, ‘educed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘deuces’, ‘educes’, ‘seduce’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘corked’, ‘docker’, ‘rocked’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘coders’, ‘credos’, ‘scored’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘piecer’, ‘pierce’, ‘recipe’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘chines’, ‘inches’, ‘niches’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘incest’, ‘insect’, ‘nicest’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘corset’, ‘escort’, ‘sector’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘cruses’, ‘curses’, ‘cusser’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘optics’, ‘picots’, ‘topics’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dirged’, ‘girded’, ‘ridged’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘endive’, ‘envied’, ‘veined’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘desire’, ‘eiders’, ‘reside’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dieter’, ‘retied’, ‘tiered’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘denser’, ‘resend’, ‘sender’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘desert’, ‘deters’, ‘rested’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘detest’, ‘setted’, ‘tested’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘flowed’, ‘fowled’, ‘wolfed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘gilder’, ‘girdle’, ‘glider’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dongle’, ‘golden’, ‘longed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘hordes’, ‘horsed’, ‘shored’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘demist’, ‘demits’, ‘misted’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘indent’, ‘intend’, ‘tinned’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘diners’, ‘rinsed’, ‘snider’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘editor’, ‘rioted’, ‘triode’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘prides’, ‘prised’, ‘spider’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘direst’, ‘driest’, ‘stride’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘looped’, ‘poodle’, ‘pooled’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘loosed’, ‘oodles’, ‘soloed’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘depots’, ‘despot’, ‘posted’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘sorted’, ‘stored’, ‘strode’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘douser’, ‘roused’, ‘soured’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dowers’, ‘dowser’, ‘drowse’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘detour’, ‘routed’, ‘toured’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘duster’, ‘rudest’, ‘rusted’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘dingos’, ‘doings’, ‘dosing’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘levier’, ‘relive’, ‘revile’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘elvers’, ‘levers’, ‘revels’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘merest’, ‘meters’, ‘metres’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘enters’, ‘resent’, ‘tenser’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘pester’, ‘peters’, ‘preset’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘esters’, ‘resets’, ‘steers’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘serves’, ‘severs’, ‘verses’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘filers’, ‘fliers’, ‘rifles’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘filter’, ‘lifter’, ‘trifle’]
( 3, 6 ) [‘fliest’, ‘itself’, ‘stifle’]
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( 3, 7 ) [‘boaster’, ‘boaters’, ‘borates’]
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( 3, 7 ) [‘cheater’, ‘hectare’, ‘teacher’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘caterer’, ‘retrace’, ‘terrace’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘chalets’, ‘latches’, ‘satchel’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘claimer’, ‘miracle’, ‘reclaim’]
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( 3, 7 ) [‘callers’, ‘cellars’, ‘recalls’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘cartels’, ‘clarets’, ‘scarlet’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘ascents’, ‘secants’, ‘stances’]
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( 3, 7 ) [‘carters’, ‘craters’, ‘tracers’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘actress’, ‘casters’, ‘recasts’]
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( 3, 7 ) [‘dawdles’, ‘swaddle’, ‘waddles’]
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( 3, 7 ) [‘dallier’, ‘dialler’, ‘rallied’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘medials’, ‘misdeal’, ‘mislead’]
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( 3, 7 ) [‘landers’, ‘slander’, ‘snarled’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘loaders’, ‘ordeals’, ‘reloads’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘manured’, ‘maunder’, ‘unarmed’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘attuned’, ‘nutated’, ‘taunted’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘retards’, ‘starred’, ‘traders’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘enlarge’, ‘general’, ‘gleaner’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘hearers’, ‘rehears’, ‘shearer’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘weather’, ‘whereat’, ‘wreathe’]
( 3, 7 ) [’emerita’, ’emirate’, ‘meatier’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘pleaser’, ‘relapse’, ‘repeals’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘alerter’, ‘alterer’, ‘relater’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘realest’, ‘relates’, ‘stealer’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘leavers’, ‘reveals’, ‘several’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘earnest’, ‘eastern’, ‘nearest’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘paperer’, ‘prepare’, ‘repaper’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘leasing’, ‘linages’, ‘sealing’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘elating’, ‘gelatin’, ‘genital’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘enigmas’, ‘gamines’, ‘seaming’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘angrier’, ‘earring’, ‘rearing’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘granite’, ‘ingrate’, ‘tearing’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘easting’, ‘seating’, ‘teasing’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘gaiters’, ‘stagier’, ‘triages’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘magneto’, ‘megaton’, ‘montage’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘garrets’, ‘garters’, ‘graters’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘marshes’, ‘mashers’, ‘smasher’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘hatters’, ‘shatter’, ‘threats’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘latrine’, ‘reliant’, ‘retinal’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘elastin’, ‘entails’, ‘salient’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘retiral’, ‘retrial’, ‘trailer’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘realist’, ‘retails’, ‘saltier’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘marines’, ‘remains’, ‘seminar’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘painter’, ‘pertain’, ‘repaint’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘retrain’, ‘terrain’, ‘trainer’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘nattier’, ‘nitrate’, ‘tertian’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘naivest’, ‘natives’, ‘vainest’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘parries’, ‘rapiers’, ‘repairs’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘aspires’, ‘paresis’, ‘praises’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘awriest’, ‘waiters’, ‘wariest’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘laments’, ‘mantels’, ‘mantles’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘antlers’, ‘rentals’, ‘sternal’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘plaster’, ‘psalter’, ‘stapler’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘parsley’, ‘players’, ‘replays’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘rattles’, ‘starlet’, ‘startle’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘amusers’, ‘assumer’, ‘masseur’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘entraps’, ‘parents’, ‘pastern’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘parsers’, ‘sparers’, ‘sparser’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘prayers’, ‘respray’, ‘sprayer’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘arrests’, ‘rasters’, ‘starers’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘ratters’, ‘restart’, ‘starter’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘hasping’, ‘phasing’, ‘shaping’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘airings’, ‘arising’, ‘raising’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘parsing’, ‘rasping’, ‘sparing’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘amnions’, ‘mansion’, ‘onanism’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘artists’, ‘straits’, ‘tsarist’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘bedroom’, ‘boredom’, ‘broomed’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘doubter’, ‘obtrude’, ‘redoubt’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘observe’, ‘obverse’, ‘verbose’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘lumbers’, ‘rumbles’, ‘slumber’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘bluster’, ‘butlers’, ‘subtler’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘decrees’, ‘recedes’, ‘seceder’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘cinders’, ‘discern’, ‘rescind’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘coursed’, ‘scoured’, ‘sourced’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘pierces’, ‘precise’, ‘recipes’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘respect’, ‘sceptre’, ‘spectre’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘rickets’, ‘sticker’, ‘tickers’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘incepts’, ‘inspect’, ‘pectins’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘restock’, ‘rockets’, ‘stocker’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘counter’, ‘recount’, ‘trounce’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘crosser’, ‘recross’, ‘scorers’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘corsets’, ‘escorts’, ‘sectors’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘courses’, ‘sources’, ‘sucrose’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘derides’, ‘desired’, ‘resided’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘deletes’, ‘sleeted’, ‘steeled’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘defiler’, ‘fielder’, ‘refiled’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘deliver’, ‘relived’, ‘reviled’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘derives’, ‘diverse’, ‘revised’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘redness’, ‘resends’, ‘senders’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘denture’, ‘retuned’, ‘tenured’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘dieting’, ‘editing’, ‘ignited’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘gilders’, ‘girdles’, ‘gliders’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘eroding’, ‘ignored’, ‘redoing’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘despoil’, ‘dipoles’, ‘spoiled’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘rowdier’, ‘wordier’, ‘worried’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘lustred’, ‘rustled’, ‘strudel’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘detours’, ‘dourest’, ‘rousted’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘dirging’, ‘girding’, ‘ridging’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘dishing’, ‘hidings’, ‘shindig’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘feigner’, ‘freeing’, ‘reefing’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘retinue’, ‘reunite’, ‘uterine’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘retires’, ‘retries’, ‘terries’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘letters’, ‘settler’, ‘trestle’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘swelter’, ‘welters’, ‘wrestle’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘present’, ‘repents’, ‘serpent’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘neuters’, ‘tenures’, ‘tureens’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘pertest’, ‘petters’, ‘pretest’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘filters’, ‘lifters’, ‘trifles’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘gingers’, ‘niggers’, ‘snigger’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘gurgles’, ‘luggers’, ‘slugger’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘eighths’, ‘heights’, ‘highest’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘glisten’, ‘singlet’, ‘tingles’]
( 3, 7 ) [’empting’, ‘pigment’, ‘temping’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘ingress’, ‘resigns’, ‘singers’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘hustles’, ‘lushest’, ‘sleuths’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘mothers’, ‘smother’, ‘thermos’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘hornets’, ‘shorten’, ‘thrones’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘hooters’, ‘shooter’, ‘soother’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘missile’, ‘similes’, ‘smilies’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘interim’, ‘mintier’, ‘termini’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘ioniser’, ‘ironies’, ‘noisier’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘stiller’, ’tillers’, ‘trellis’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘insoles’, ‘lesions’, ‘lioness’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘enlists’, ‘listens’, ‘tinsels’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘litters’, ‘slitter’, ’tilters’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘impress’, ‘premiss’, ‘simpers’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘rosiest’, ‘sorties’, ‘stories’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘lotuses’, ‘solutes’, ‘tousles’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘posters’, ‘prestos’, ‘reposts’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘potters’, ‘protest’, ‘spotter’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘resorts’, ‘rosters’, ‘sorters’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘routers’, ‘tourers’, ‘trouser’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘flowing’, ‘fowling’, ‘wolfing’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘gunshot’, ‘noughts’, ‘shotgun’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘listing’, ‘silting’, ’tilings’]
( 3, 7 ) [‘misting’, ‘smiting’, ‘timings’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘parental’, ‘paternal’, ‘prenatal’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘seatbelt’, ‘settable’, ‘testable’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘bloaters’, ‘sortable’, ‘storable’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘cacklers’, ‘clackers’, ‘crackles’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘cantered’, ‘decanter’, ‘recanted’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘cratered’, ‘retraced’, ‘terraced’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘decimals’, ‘declaims’, ‘medicals’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘comedian’, ‘daemonic’, ‘demoniac’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘cheaters’, ‘hectares’, ‘teachers’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘caterers’, ‘retraces’, ‘terraces’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘catering’, ‘creating’, ‘reacting’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘chanters’, ‘snatcher’, ‘tranches’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘claimers’, ‘miracles’, ‘reclaims’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘ancients’, ‘canniest’, ‘instance’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘clasping’, ‘placings’, ‘scalping’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘agnostic’, ‘coasting’, ‘coatings’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘canonist’, ‘contains’, ‘sanction’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘degrader’, ‘regarded’, ‘regraded’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘damneder’, ‘demander’, ‘remanded’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘deranges’, ‘grandees’, ‘grenades’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘arrested’, ‘retreads’, ‘serrated’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘dreaming’, ‘margined’, ‘midrange’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘admirers’, ‘disarmer’, ‘marrieds’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘parroted’, ‘predator’, ‘prorated’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘adopters’, ‘pastored’, ‘readopts’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘adroitly’, ‘dilatory’, ‘idolatry’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘enlarges’, ‘generals’, ‘gleaners’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘estimate’, ‘meatiest’, ‘teatimes’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘iterates’, ‘treaties’, ‘treatise’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘alerters’, ‘alterers’, ‘relaters’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘stealers’, ‘tearless’, ‘tesseral’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘paperers’, ‘prepares’, ‘repapers’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘germinal’, ‘maligner’, ‘malinger’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘layering’, ‘relaying’, ‘yearling’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘gelatins’, ‘genitals’, ‘stealing’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘mangiest’, ‘mintages’, ‘steaming’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘angriest’, ‘gantries’, ‘granites’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘magnetos’, ‘megatons’, ‘montages’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘pathoses’, ‘potashes’, ‘teashops’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘ailments’, ‘aliments’, ‘manliest’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘entrails’, ‘latrines’, ‘ratlines’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘painters’, ‘pantries’, ‘pertains’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘antsiest’, ‘instates’, ‘nastiest’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘rattiest’, ‘titrates’, ‘tristate’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘platters’, ‘prattles’, ‘splatter’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘hassling’, ‘lashings’, ‘slashing’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘aspiring’, ‘pairings’, ‘praising’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘palsying’, ‘playings’, ‘splaying’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘attuning’, ‘nutating’, ‘taunting’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘begrudge’, ‘buggered’, ‘debugger’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘bounders’, ‘rebounds’, ‘suborned’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘doubters’, ‘obtrudes’, ‘redoubts’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘stumbler’, ‘tumblers’, ‘tumbrels’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘declines’, ‘licensed’, ‘silenced’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘censored’, ‘encoders’, ‘seconder’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘corseted’, ‘escorted’, ‘sectored’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘frenetic’, ‘infecter’, ‘reinfect’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘licenser’, ‘reclines’, ‘silencer’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘piercers’, ‘preciser’, ‘reprices’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘respects’, ‘sceptres’, ‘spectres’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘ethicist’, ‘itchiest’, ‘theistic’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘thickest’, ‘thickets’, ‘thickset’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘stickler’, ‘ticklers’, ‘trickles’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘compiles’, ‘complies’, ‘polemics’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘critters’, ‘restrict’, ‘stricter’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘citruses’, ‘crusties’, ‘curtsies’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘construe’, ‘counters’, ‘recounts’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘lickings’, ‘sickling’, ‘slicking’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘coursing’, ‘scouring’, ‘sourcing’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘deserver’, ‘reserved’, ‘reversed’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘deforest’, ‘forested’, ‘fostered’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘designer’, ‘redesign’, ‘resigned’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘delivers’, ‘silvered’, ‘slivered’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘indenter’, ‘intender’, ‘interned’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘presider’, ‘reprised’, ‘respired’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘despiser’, ‘disperse’, ‘presides’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘deporter’, ‘portered’, ‘reported’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘desiring’, ‘residing’, ‘ringside’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘swindles’, ‘wildness’, ‘windless’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘moulders’, ‘remoulds’, ‘smoulder’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘dourness’, ‘resounds’, ‘sounders’]
( 3, 8 ) [’roundest’, ‘tonsured’, ‘unsorted’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘postured’, ‘proudest’, ‘sprouted’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘leeriest’, ‘sleetier’, ‘steelier’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘forester’, ‘fosterer’, ‘reforest’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘gentiles’, ‘sleeting’, ‘steeling’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘gentries’, ‘integers’, ‘steering’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘evilness’, ‘liveness’, ‘vileness’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘memoires’, ‘memories’, ‘memorise’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘pertness’, ‘presents’, ‘serpents’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘lighters’, ‘relights’, ‘slighter’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘livering’, ‘reliving’, ‘reviling’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘elisions’, ‘lionises’, ‘oiliness’]
( 3, 8 ) [’emptions’, ‘nepotism’, ‘pimentos’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘printers’, ‘reprints’, ‘sprinter’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘prosiest’, ‘ripostes’, ‘triposes’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘resistor’, ‘roisters’, ‘sorriest’]
( 3, 8 ) [‘inklings’, ‘linkings’, ‘slinking’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘adsorbing’, ‘boardings’, ‘signboard’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘beastlier’, ‘bleariest’, ‘liberates’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘auctioned’, ‘cautioned’, ‘education’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘cratering’, ‘retracing’, ‘terracing’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘creations’, ‘narcotise’, ‘reactions’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘cattiness’, ‘scantiest’, ‘tacitness’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘endearing’, ‘engrained’, ‘grenadine’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘grandiose’, ‘organdies’, ‘organised’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘peartrees’, ‘repartees’, ‘repeaters’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘estranges’, ‘greatness’, ‘sergeants’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘earthiest’, ‘heartiest’, ‘hesitater’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘earthling’, ‘haltering’, ‘lathering’]
( 3, 9 ) [’emigrants’, ‘mastering’, ‘streaming’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘intaglios’, ‘isolating’, ‘ligations’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘assorting’, ‘organists’, ‘roastings’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘brushfire’, ‘furbisher’, ‘refurbish’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘consigned’, ‘encodings’, ‘seconding’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘creditors’, ‘directors’, ‘recordist’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘cruelties’, ‘cutleries’, ‘reticules’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘erections’, ‘resection’, ‘secretion’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘censoring’, ‘consigner’, ‘reconsign’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘countries’, ‘cretinous’, ‘neurotics’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘dissenter’, ‘residents’, ‘tiredness’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘orderless’, ‘resolders’, ‘solderers’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘reprising’, ‘respiring’, ‘springier’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘resorting’, ‘restoring’, ‘rostering’]
( 3, 9 ) [‘importers’, ‘misreport’, ‘reimports’]
( 3, 10 ) [‘parentally’, ‘paternally’, ‘prenatally’]
( 3, 10 ) [‘misaligned’, ‘misdealing’, ‘misleading’]
( 3, 10 ) [‘insinuator’, ‘ruinations’, ‘urinations’]
( 3, 10 ) [‘discounter’, ‘introduces’, ‘reductions’]
( 3, 10 ) [‘scrutinies’, ‘scrutinise’, ‘sinecurist’]
( 3, 11 ) [‘anthologies’, ‘anthologise’, ‘theologians’]
( 3, 12 ) [‘directnesses’, ‘discreetness’, ‘discreteness’]

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( 4, 3 ) [‘asp’, ‘pas’, ‘sap’, ‘spa’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘abet’, ‘bate’, ‘beat’, ‘beta’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘bast’, ‘bats’, ‘stab’, ‘tabs’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘acer’, ‘acre’, ‘care’, ‘race’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘cams’, ‘macs’, ‘masc’, ‘scam’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘acts’, ‘cast’, ‘cats’, ‘scat’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘dale’, ‘deal’, ‘lade’, ‘lead’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘leap’, ‘pale’, ‘peal’, ‘plea’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘ales’, ‘lase’, ‘sale’, ‘seal’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘late’, ‘leat’, ‘tale’, ‘teal’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘amen’, ‘mane’, ‘mean’, ‘name’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘mate’, ‘meat’, ‘tame’, ‘team’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘pare’, ‘pear’, ‘rape’, ‘reap’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘east’, ‘eats’, ‘seat’, ‘teas’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘lair’, ‘liar’, ‘lira’, ‘rail’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘naps’, ‘pans’, ‘snap’, ‘span’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘pars’, ‘raps’, ‘rasp’, ‘spar’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘asps’, ‘pass’, ‘saps’, ‘spas’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘past’, ‘pats’, ‘spat’, ‘taps’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘bust’, ‘buts’, ‘stub’, ‘tubs’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘demi’, ‘diem’, ‘dime’, ‘idem’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘diet’, ‘edit’, ‘tide’, ‘tied’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘ergo’, ‘goer’, ‘gore’, ‘ogre’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘evil’, ‘live’, ‘veil’, ‘vile’]
( 4, 4 ) [’emit’, ‘item’, ‘mite’, ‘time’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘lose’, ‘oles’, ‘sloe’, ‘sole’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘nope’, ‘open’, ‘peon’, ‘pone’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘eons’, ‘noes’, ‘nose’, ‘ones’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘nest’, ‘nets’, ‘sent’, ‘tens’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘ores’, ‘roes’, ‘rose’, ‘sore’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘pest’, ‘pets’, ‘sept’, ‘step’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘rues’, ‘ruse’, ‘sure’, ‘user’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘gnus’, ‘guns’, ‘snug’, ‘sung’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘hist’, ‘hits’, ‘shit’, ‘this’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘hops’, ‘hosp’, ‘posh’, ‘shop’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘huts’, ‘shut’, ‘thus’, ‘tush’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘inks’, ‘kins’, ‘sink’, ‘skin’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘nips’, ‘pins’, ‘snip’, ‘spin’]
( 4, 4 ) [‘stow’, ‘swot’, ‘tows’, ‘twos’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘bared’, ‘beard’, ‘bread’, ‘debar’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘abler’, ‘baler’, ‘blare’, ‘blear’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘bares’, ‘baser’, ‘bears’, ‘sabre’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘abets’, ‘baste’, ‘beast’, ‘beats’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘caper’, ‘crape’, ‘pacer’, ‘recap’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘capes’, ‘paces’, ‘scape’, ‘space’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘acres’, ‘cares’, ‘races’, ‘scare’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘cater’, ‘crate’, ‘react’, ‘trace’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘carps’, ‘craps’, ‘scarp’, ‘scrap’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘ashed’, ‘hades’, ‘heads’, ‘shade’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘drape’, ‘padre’, ‘pared’, ‘raped’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘dater’, ‘rated’, ‘trade’, ‘tread’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘fates’, ‘feast’, ‘feats’, ‘fetas’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘angel’, ‘angle’, ‘galen’, ‘glean’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘glare’, ‘lager’, ‘large’, ‘regal’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘hales’, ‘heals’, ‘leash’, ‘shale’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘hares’, ‘hears’, ‘share’, ‘shear’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘kales’, ‘lakes’, ‘leaks’, ‘slake’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘skate’, ‘stake’, ‘steak’, ‘takes’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘leapt’, ‘petal’, ‘plate’, ‘pleat’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘laves’, ‘salve’, ‘slave’, ‘vales’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘manes’, ‘manse’, ‘means’, ‘names’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘mares’, ‘maser’, ‘reams’, ‘smear’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘earns’, ‘nears’, ‘saner’, ‘snare’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘apter’, ‘pater’, ‘prate’, ‘taper’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘paste’, ‘pates’, ‘spate’, ‘tapes’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘argon’, ‘groan’, ‘orang’, ‘organ’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘ankhs’, ‘hanks’, ‘khans’, ‘shank’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘lairs’, ‘liars’, ‘rails’, ‘rials’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘antis’, ‘saint’, ‘satin’, ‘stain’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘lamps’, ‘palms’, ‘plasm’, ‘psalm’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘parts’, ‘sprat’, ‘strap’, ‘traps’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘bores’, ‘brose’, ‘robes’, ‘sober’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘coins’, ‘icons’, ‘scion’, ‘sonic’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘diets’, ‘edits’, ‘sited’, ‘tides’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘serve’, ‘sever’, ‘veers’, ‘verse’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘filer’, ‘flier’, ‘lifer’, ‘rifle’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘goers’, ‘gores’, ‘gorse’, ‘ogres’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘heirs’, ‘hires’, ‘shier’, ‘shire’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘limes’, ‘miles’, ‘slime’, ‘smile’]
( 4, 5 ) [’emirs’, ‘mires’, ‘miser’, ‘rimes’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘merit’, ‘mitre’, ‘remit’, ‘timer’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘penis’, ‘pines’, ‘snipe’, ‘spine’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘piers’, ‘pries’, ‘prise’, ‘spire’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘notes’, ‘onset’, ‘stone’, ‘tones’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘overs’, ‘roves’, ‘servo’, ‘verso’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘resow’, ‘sower’, ‘swore’, ‘worse’]
( 4, 5 ) [‘loops’, ‘pools’, ‘sloop’, ‘spool’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘ambled’, ‘bedlam’, ‘blamed’, ‘lambed’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘beards’, ‘breads’, ‘debars’, ‘sabred’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘ablest’, ‘bleats’, ‘stable’, ‘tables’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘basest’, ‘basset’, ‘bastes’, ‘beasts’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘cadres’, ‘cedars’, ‘sacred’, ‘scared’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘carted’, ‘crated’, ‘redact’, ‘traced’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘chaste’, ‘cheats’, ‘sachet’, ‘scathe’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘caners’, ‘cranes’, ‘nacres’, ‘rescan’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘canter’, ‘nectar’, ‘recant’, ‘trance’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘ascent’, ‘enacts’, ‘secant’, ‘stance’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘capers’, ‘parsec’, ‘scrape’, ‘spacer’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘dearer’, ‘reader’, ‘reared’, ‘reread’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘danger’, ‘gander’, ‘garden’, ‘ranged’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘derail’, ‘railed’, ‘redial’, ‘relaid’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘aisled’, ‘ideals’, ‘ladies’, ‘sailed’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘deltas’, ‘lasted’, ‘salted’, ‘slated’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘depart’, ‘parted’, ‘petard’, ‘prated’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘darter’, ‘retard’, ‘tarred’, ‘trader’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘daters’, ‘stared’, ‘trades’, ‘treads’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘aether’, ‘heater’, ‘hereat’, ‘reheat’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘leaser’, ‘resale’, ‘reseal’, ‘sealer’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘eaters’, ‘reseat’, ‘seater’, ‘teaser’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘phaser’, ‘phrase’, ‘seraph’, ‘shaper’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘airers’, ‘ariser’, ‘raiser’, ‘sierra’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘lament’, ‘mantel’, ‘mantle’, ‘mental’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘parley’, ‘pearly’, ‘player’, ‘replay’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘alerts’, ‘alters’, ‘salter’, ‘staler’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘ravels’, ‘salver’, ‘slaver’, ‘velars’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘leasts’, ‘slates’, ‘steals’, ‘tassel’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘paster’, ‘prates’, ‘repast’, ‘tapers’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘arrest’, ‘rarest’, ‘raster’, ‘starer’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘artist’, ‘strait’, ‘strati’, ‘traits’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘binder’, ‘brined’, ‘inbred’, ‘rebind’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘bestir’, ‘biters’, ‘bitser’, ‘tribes’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘bruise’, ‘buries’, ‘busier’, ‘rubies’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘bluest’, ‘bustle’, ‘sublet’, ‘subtle’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘brutes’, ‘buster’, ‘rebuts’, ‘tubers’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘corset’, ‘escort’, ‘rectos’, ‘sector’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘denser’, ‘enders’, ‘resend’, ‘sender’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘deigns’, ‘design’, ‘signed’, ‘singed’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘idlest’, ‘listed’, ‘silted’, ’tildes’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘prides’, ‘prised’, ‘spider’, ‘spired’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘doters’, ‘sorted’, ‘stored’, ‘strode’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘drupes’, ‘dupers’, ‘prudes’, ‘pursed’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘enters’, ‘nester’, ‘resent’, ‘tenser’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘neuter’, ‘retune’, ‘tenure’, ‘tureen’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘retest’, ‘setter’, ‘street’, ‘tester’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘filers’, ‘fliers’, ‘lifers’, ‘rifles’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘forest’, ‘fortes’, ‘foster’, ‘softer’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘reigns’, ‘resign’, ‘signer’, ‘singer’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘lisper’, ‘perils’, ‘pilers’, ‘pliers’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘insert’, ‘inters’, ‘nitres’, ‘sinter’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘insure’, ‘inures’, ‘urines’, ‘ursine’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘esprit’, ‘priest’, ‘sprite’, ‘stripe’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘stoner’, ‘tenors’, ‘tensor’, ‘toners’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘poster’, ‘presto’, ‘repost’, ‘tropes’]
( 4, 6 ) [‘resort’, ‘roster’, ‘sorter’, ‘storer’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘amblers’, ‘blamers’, ‘marbles’, ‘rambles’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘claimed’, ‘decimal’, ‘declaim’, ‘medical’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘cheater’, ‘hectare’, ‘reteach’, ‘teacher’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘angered’, ‘enraged’, ‘grandee’, ‘grenade’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘alerted’, ‘altered’, ‘related’, ‘treadle’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘hardest’, ‘hatreds’, ‘threads’, ‘trashed’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘detains’, ‘instead’, ‘sainted’, ‘stained’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘darters’, ‘retards’, ‘starred’, ‘traders’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘drawers’, ‘redraws’, ‘rewards’, ‘warders’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘erasing’, ‘gainers’, ‘regains’, ‘searing’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘granite’, ‘ingrate’, ‘tangier’, ‘tearing’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘allergy’, ‘gallery’, ‘largely’, ‘regally’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘phasers’, ‘phrases’, ‘seraphs’, ‘shapers’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘latrine’, ‘ratline’, ‘reliant’, ‘retinal’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘plaster’, ‘platers’, ‘psalter’, ‘stapler’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘attunes’, ‘nutates’, ‘tautens’, ‘tetanus’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘skating’, ‘staking’, ‘takings’, ‘tasking’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘lasting’, ‘salting’, ‘slating’, ‘staling’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘parings’, ‘parsing’, ‘rasping’, ‘sparing’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘reduces’, ‘rescued’, ‘secured’, ‘seducer’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘deliver’, ‘livered’, ‘relived’, ‘reviled’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘derives’, ‘deviser’, ‘diverse’, ‘revised’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘eroding’, ‘groined’, ‘ignored’, ‘redoing’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘deposit’, ‘dopiest’, ‘posited’, ‘topside’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘reserve’, ‘reveres’, ‘reverse’, ‘severer’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘leviers’, ‘relives’, ‘reviles’, ‘servile’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘neuters’, ‘retunes’, ‘tenures’, ‘tureens’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘retests’, ‘setters’, ‘streets’, ‘testers’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘filters’, ‘lifters’, ‘stifler’, ‘trifles’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘ingress’, ‘resigns’, ‘signers’, ‘singers’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘persist’, ‘priests’, ‘sprites’, ‘stripes’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘porters’, ‘presort’, ‘reports’, ‘sporter’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘posture’, ‘pouters’, ‘spouter’, ‘troupes’]
( 4, 7 ) [‘oestrus’, ‘ousters’, ‘sourest’, ‘toruses’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘decimals’, ‘declaims’, ‘medicals’, ‘midscale’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘dangered’, ‘deranged’, ‘gandered’, ‘gardened’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘estrange’, ‘grantees’, ‘reagents’, ‘sergeant’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘lameness’, ‘maleness’, ‘nameless’, ‘salesmen’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘aligners’, ‘realigns’, ‘resignal’, ‘slangier’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘painters’, ‘pantries’, ‘pertains’, ‘repaints’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘restrain’, ‘strainer’, ‘terrains’, ‘trainers’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘pastries’, ‘piastres’, ‘raspiest’, ‘traipses’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘construe’, ‘counters’, ‘recounts’, ‘trounces’]
( 4, 8 ) [‘inserted’, ‘nerdiest’, ‘resident’, ‘sintered’]
( 4, 9 ) [‘dangering’, ‘deranging’, ‘gandering’, ‘gardening’]

( 5, 4 ) [‘ales’, ‘lase’, ‘leas’, ‘sale’, ‘seal’]
( 5, 4 ) [‘mate’, ‘meat’, ‘meta’, ‘tame’, ‘team’]
( 5, 4 ) [‘aper’, ‘pare’, ‘pear’, ‘rape’, ‘reap’]
( 5, 4 ) [‘lair’, ‘liar’, ‘lira’, ‘rail’, ‘rial’]
( 5, 4 ) [‘arts’, ‘rats’, ‘star’, ‘tars’, ‘tsar’]
( 5, 4 ) [‘rues’, ‘ruse’, ‘suer’, ‘sure’, ‘user’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘bares’, ‘baser’, ‘bears’, ‘braes’, ‘sabre’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘arced’, ‘cadre’, ‘cared’, ‘cedar’, ‘raced’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘skate’, ‘stake’, ‘steak’, ‘takes’, ‘teaks’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘lapse’, ‘leaps’, ‘pales’, ‘peals’, ‘pleas’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘leapt’, ‘lepta’, ‘petal’, ‘plate’, ‘pleat’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘least’, ‘slate’, ‘stale’, ‘steal’, ‘tales’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘amens’, ‘manes’, ‘manse’, ‘means’, ‘names’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘mates’, ‘meats’, ‘steam’, ‘tames’, ‘teams’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘aster’, ‘rates’, ‘stare’, ‘tares’, ‘tears’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘astir’, ‘sitar’, ‘stair’, ‘stria’, ‘tarsi’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘deist’, ‘diets’, ‘edits’, ‘sited’, ‘tides’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘ester’, ‘reset’, ‘steer’, ‘terse’, ‘trees’]
( 5, 5 ) [’emits’, ‘items’, ‘mites’, ‘smite’, ‘times’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘reins’, ‘resin’, ‘rinse’, ‘risen’, ‘siren’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘resit’, ‘rites’, ‘tiers’, ‘tires’, ‘tries’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘pores’, ‘poser’, ‘prose’, ‘ropes’, ‘spore’]
( 5, 5 ) [‘loops’, ‘polos’, ‘pools’, ‘sloop’, ‘spool’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘ambler’, ‘blamer’, ‘lamber’, ‘marble’, ‘ramble’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘canter’, ‘carnet’, ‘nectar’, ‘recant’, ‘trance’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘derail’, ‘laired’, ‘railed’, ‘redial’, ‘relaid’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘drawer’, ‘redraw’, ‘reward’, ‘warder’, ‘warred’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘parses’, ‘passer’, ‘spares’, ‘sparse’, ‘spears’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘stater’, ‘taster’, ‘taters’, ‘tetras’, ‘treats’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘refits’, ‘resift’, ‘rifest’, ‘sifter’, ‘strife’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘enlist’, ‘inlets’, ‘listen’, ‘silent’, ‘tinsel’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘merits’, ‘mister’, ‘mitres’, ‘remits’, ‘timers’]
( 5, 6 ) [‘lustre’, ‘result’, ‘rustle’, ‘sutler’, ‘ulster’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘carpels’, ‘clasper’, ‘parcels’, ‘placers’, ‘scalper’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘canters’, ‘carnets’, ‘nectars’, ‘recants’, ‘trances’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘angered’, ‘derange’, ‘enraged’, ‘grandee’, ‘grenade’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘dearths’, ‘hardest’, ‘hatreds’, ‘threads’, ‘trashed’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘angrier’, ‘earring’, ‘grainer’, ‘rangier’, ‘rearing’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘nastier’, ‘retains’, ‘retinas’, ‘retsina’, ‘stainer’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘parties’, ‘pastier’, ‘piastre’, ‘pirates’, ‘traipse’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘parleys’, ‘parsley’, ‘players’, ‘replays’, ‘sparely’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘editors’, ‘sortied’, ‘steroid’, ‘storied’, ‘triodes’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘retests’, ‘setters’, ‘streets’, ‘tersest’, ‘testers’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘esprits’, ‘persist’, ‘priests’, ‘sprites’, ‘stripes’]
( 5, 7 ) [‘lustres’, ‘results’, ‘rustles’, ‘sutlers’, ‘ulsters’]
( 5, 8 ) [‘alerting’, ‘altering’, ‘integral’, ‘relating’, ‘triangle’]
( 5, 8 ) [‘angriest’, ‘gantries’, ‘granites’, ‘ingrates’, ‘rangiest’]
( 5, 8 ) [‘restrain’, ‘retrains’, ‘strainer’, ‘terrains’, ‘trainers’]

( 6, 4 ) [‘ates’, ‘east’, ‘eats’, ‘sate’, ‘seat’, ‘teas’]
( 6, 4 ) [‘opts’, ‘post’, ‘pots’, ‘spot’, ‘stop’, ‘tops’]
( 6, 5 ) [‘abets’, ‘baste’, ‘bates’, ‘beast’, ‘beats’, ‘betas’]
( 6, 5 ) [‘caret’, ‘carte’, ‘cater’, ‘crate’, ‘react’, ‘trace’]
( 6, 5 ) [‘asher’, ‘hares’, ‘hears’, ‘rheas’, ‘share’, ‘shear’]
( 6, 5 ) [‘lapse’, ‘leaps’, ‘pales’, ‘peals’, ‘pleas’, ‘sepal’]
( 6, 5 ) [‘least’, ‘slate’, ‘stale’, ‘steal’, ‘tales’, ‘teals’]
( 6, 5 ) [‘parse’, ‘pears’, ‘rapes’, ‘reaps’, ‘spare’, ‘spear’]
( 6, 5 ) [‘paste’, ‘pates’, ‘peats’, ‘septa’, ‘spate’, ‘tapes’]
( 6, 5 ) [‘aster’, ‘rates’, ‘resat’, ‘stare’, ‘tares’, ‘tears’]
( 6, 6 ) [‘deltas’, ‘desalt’, ‘lasted’, ‘salted’, ‘slated’, ‘staled’]
( 6, 6 ) [‘drapes’, ‘padres’, ‘parsed’, ‘rasped’, ‘spared’, ‘spread’]
( 6, 6 ) [‘palest’, ‘pastel’, ‘petals’, ‘plates’, ‘pleats’, ‘staple’]
( 6, 6 ) [‘merits’, ‘mister’, ‘mitres’, ‘remits’, ‘smiter’, ‘timers’]
( 6, 7 ) [‘antsier’, ‘nastier’, ‘retains’, ‘retinas’, ‘retsina’, ‘stainer’]
( 6, 7 ) [‘aspirer’, ‘parries’, ‘praiser’, ‘rapiers’, ‘raspier’, ‘repairs’]
( 6, 7 ) [‘artiest’, ‘artiste’, ‘attires’, ‘iratest’, ‘striate’, ‘tastier’]

( 7, 5 ) [‘pares’, ‘parse’, ‘pears’, ‘rapes’, ‘reaps’, ‘spare’, ‘spear’]
( 7, 6 ) [‘capers’, ‘crapes’, ‘pacers’, ‘parsec’, ‘recaps’, ‘scrape’, ‘spacer’]
( 7, 6 ) [‘carets’, ‘caster’, ‘caters’, ‘crates’, ‘reacts’, ‘recast’, ‘traces’]

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2 Responses to “Multi-anagrams”

  1. Hamish Says:

    I like it.
    Was it a python script? Can you post the code?
    Thanks

    • Rob Says:

      Hello Hamish,

      I downloaded the word lists

      • en-GB-oed-wlist.txt
      • en-GB-wlist.txt
      • ukwords.txt

      from

      Yes, the script was Python. It is not the most elegant of scripts. For example, it would have been a good idea to first merge the above word lists into a single file. The code follows; it could do with some comments and some bullet-proofing, but was written as a ‘throw away’ script for a one-off task.

      This script produced the results for all of the last four postings (although I edited the output slightly):

      #!/usr/bin/python
      
      import os
      
      def process (data, filename):
      	print filename
      	f = open (filename)
      	if f:
      		wordlist = f.readlines()
      		f.close()
      
      		find_palindromes (data['palindromes'], wordlist)
      		find_reversibles (data['reversibles'], wordlist)
      		find_multiple_anagram (data['anagrams'], wordlist)
      		find_ups_and_downs (data['ordered'], wordlist)
      
      def find_palindromes (data, wordlist):
      
      	for wordentry in wordlist:
      		wordentry = wordentry.split()[0]
      		if wordentry == wordentry [::-1]:
      			data[wordentry] = None
      
      def find_reversibles (data, wordlist):
      
      	words = {}
      	for wordentry in wordlist:
      		wordentry = wordentry.split()[0]
      		rev_wordentry = wordentry [::-1]
      		if rev_wordentry in words:
      			data[rev_wordentry] = None
      		words[wordentry] = None
      
      def all (function, l):
      	for e in l:
      		if not function (e):
      			return False
      	return True
      
      def find_multiple_anagram (data, wordlist):
      
      	words = {}
      	for wordentry in wordlist:
      		wordentry = wordentry.split()[0]
      
      		wordlo = wordentry.lower()
      		wordletters = list(wordlo)
      
      		if wordentry == wordlo and all (lambda s : s.isalpha(), wordletters):
      
      			wordletters.sort()
      			wordletters = ''.join(wordletters)
      
      			if wordletters not in words:
      				words[wordletters] = []
      			words[wordletters].append(wordentry)
      
      	for (wordletters, wordlist) in words.iteritems():
      		if len(wordlist) >= 3:
      			data[((len(wordlist), len(wordlist[0])), wordletters)] = wordlist
      
      def uniq (l):
      	u = []
      	if l:
      		u = [l.pop(0)]
      		while l:
      			e = l.pop(0)
      			if e != u[-1]:
      				u.append(e)
      	return u
      
      def find_ups_and_downs (data, wordlist):
      
      	words = {}
      	for wordentry in wordlist:
      		wordentry = wordentry.split()[0]
      
      		wordlo = wordentry.lower()
      		revwordlo = wordlo[::-1]
      
      		wordletters = filter(lambda s : s.isalpha(), list(wordlo))
      		wordletters.sort()
      		wordletters = uniq (wordletters)
      		wordletters = ''.join(wordletters)
      
      		if len (wordentry) >= 4:
      			if wordentry == wordlo:
      				if wordletters == wordlo:
      					data[wordentry] = '+'
      				elif wordletters == revwordlo:
      					data[wordentry] = '-'
      
      
      if __name__ == '__main__':
      
      	data = {
      		'palindromes' : {},
      		'reversibles' : {},
      		'anagrams' : {},
      		'ordered' : {},
      	}
      
      	for filename in os.listdir('.'):
      		if os.path.isfile(filename):
      			(filebase, fileext) = os.path.splitext(filename)
      			if fileext == '.txt' and '.stdout.' not in filename:
      				process (data, filename)
      
      	print
      	print 'Palindromes:'
      	words = data['palindromes'].keys()
      	words.sort()
      	for word in words:
      		print '\t' + word
      
      	print
      	print 'Reversibles:'
      	words = data['reversibles'].keys()
      	words.sort()
      	for word in words:
      		print '\t' + word + ' / ' + word[::-1]
      
      	print
      	print 'Multiple anagrams:'
      	words = data['anagrams'].keys()
      	words.sort()
      	for (length, wordletters) in words:
      		wordlist = data['anagrams'][(length, wordletters)]
      		print '\t' + str(length), repr(wordlist)
      
      	print
      	print 'Upwords and Downwords:'
      	words = data['ordered'].keys()
      	words.sort()
      	for word in words:
      		print '\t' + data['ordered'][word], word
      
      	print
      

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