LIVE – September 2018 – Anagram Challenge – Win £10

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The 30 Day September Anagram Challenge

Each day in September a new anagram will be displayed below. If you manage to answer a question correctly you will receive 2 entries into the draw. If you get the question wrong you will receive 1 entry (just for giving it a try). All entries will be pooled at the end of the month and one winner drawn at random.
For those who do not know, an anagram is the result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce other words, using all the original letters exactly once. For example the letters TEARG could be rearranged to make the word GREAT.
The competition started on 1st September 2018 and runs until the end of the month. The last question will be shown on 30th September 2018, with the winner being announced here on 1st October 2018. The winner will then have 24 hours to claim their £10 cash prize.

 

DOLNON YEE

(Landmark)

 


Previous Answers

1. ZITCINE NKEA – CITIZEN KANE
2. LEEWH FO TORUNFE – WHEEL OF FORTUNE
3. OORGANKA – KANGAROO
4. MOREO DAN TELJIU – ROMEO AND JULIET
5. RTSLIYCT MOCE GADNNIC – STRICTLY COME DANCING
6. LICRAG DEARB – GARLIC BREAD
7. RAC CANSINRUE – CAR INSURANCE
8. SHENICE KATEWAYA – CHINESE TAKEAWAY
9. RUBT LONDSEYR – BURT REYNOLDS
10. HIRESKORY – YORKSHIRE
11. YENSDY PAREO SEUHO – SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE
12. CKBA OT HET FURTEU – BACK TO THE FUTURE
13. ROTMOYAW VICSERES – MOTORWAY SERVICES
14. REDCON FEBE – CORNED BEEF
15. RATETHE WOSH – THEATRE SHOW
16. YUNCOTR SIMCU – COUNTRY MUSIC
17. LUFL SIGHELN KATSABREF – FULL ENGLISH BREAKFAST
18. LAAKU PULRUM – KUALA LUMPUR
19. FANLIANCI METIS – FINANCIAL TIMES
20. OLYMPETMEN – EMPLOYMENT
21. LATECOOCH HUTDOGUN – CHOCOLATE DOUGHNUT

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Wendy
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Wendy

I kept thinking chocolate hotdog yesterday 😂

Christine
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Christine

Couldn’t get today’s for ages, not helped by the fact that I took down the letters from the first word as LAAKA! Think it’s my age!

Ruskin
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Ruskin

Best meal EVER!

allicat
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allicat

Most definitely!

Phil
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Phil

I would dispute that is entertainment

Ruskin
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Ruskin

Agreed! Lol

Andrew
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Andrew

There is a definite difference between new and old. Don’t dismiss it so easily!

Lostkiwi
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Lostkiwi

The new is defo good.

Ruskin
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Ruskin

Not sure what I have entered today is an actual phrase but it is all I could make of the letters

Alison
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Alison

I was thinking the same thing. Hopefully it’s right

Heather10
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Heather10

I get the second word but nothing for the first

Karen
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Karen

Think tinned! Good luck x

Phil
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Phil

You call that food?

Sheila mckenna
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Sheila mckenna

Can’t work todays out 😭😭

Maggie
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Maggie

🦋Sheila, think where Emmerdale is filmed 🤔😉😀🦋

allicat
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allicat

My brain didn’t like todays one. Normally I can see them immediately. Must be tired!!

Karen
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Karen

Been staring at this like a mad woman, couldn’t get beard out of my head! Lol 😂

Ruskin
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Ruskin

Interesting choice to start with movie as the clue **slightly despairing shake of head** 😉

Angie
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Angie

I might of got yesterdays if it was an anagram, the missing letter stumped me and I could not think of it!! Never mind…

Christine
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Christine

Also don’t understand as clue today is for missing letters, not an anagram?

Janice
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Janice

Have I got the wrong month too? Today I am seeing a missing letters challenge??

Ruskin
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Ruskin

Just clicked on the September anagram challenge from the landing page & it said it was over! Turned out that was LAST September, lol.
I actually find the missing letters & anagram quizzes very similar since both mean guessing words from the given clues & letters

Christine
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Christine

Torn between the Anagram game and Missing letters game, but love them both! Congratulations to Margaret! Christine