How to Solve Anagram Triplets
by Howard Richler
An Anagram Triplet puzzle consists of a sentence (or sentences) with certain words omitted. Your objective is to figure out the missing words. Context clues can be a big help, so be sure to read carefully.
All of the answer words in any particular puzzle will all be anagrams of each other, that is they use the same letters in a different order. Once you determine one of the words from context clues, you’ll know the letters in the other words have a better chance of figuring them out. When you figure out the answers, enter them in the appropriate blanks, one letter per box.
If you get stuck, don’t forget you can get hints by tapping on the icon. You have the option to reveal a letter or answer and also to clear out any errors. It’s not cheating to ask for a hint — the goal is to have fun, so if asking for a hint increases your enjoyment, feel free.
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