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What does anagrammatic mean?

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Adjective
  1. Being or relating to an anagram.
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Enid Coleslaw, Ghost World's anagrammatic heroine, voiced the self-protecting cynicism and neurotic flippancy typical of many American comics of the last three decades.
Like many of these trifles, it will be observed that the anagrammatic reading is incomplete.
The abandonment of this remarkable figure may be explained by its mysterious and anagrammatic character.
September's issue of Uncut offers plentiful justification for the widespread tendency to reconfigure this magazine's title in a pithy anagrammatic form which cannot possibly be reprinted on a family web-site.
The anagrammatic argument had been neatly put by Sir Dudley Carleton, convincing no man.
At one point, we spoke of collaborating on a series of anagrammatic poems taking as their source material the opening lines of Mallarmé's sonnets, but sadly that project came to nought.

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