Anagrams, word trivia, puns, ambigrams, and palindromes to name a few. Often humorous but may also satisfy obsessive-compulsive cravings.
How to say this phrase in various languages.
Includes book of word records, palindromic words, pangrams, most beautiful and ugly words, Scrabble words, and Bible word trivia.
Humorous new words and phrases created to define various important and unimportant concepts.
Offers collections of word play, insults, riddles and jokes.
Categorized list of words which are fun to say.
Contains Dislexicon, which generates new made-up words and definitions for them.
Definition of this style of play on words, a collection of original and previously-known examples, and links to other collections.
A quiz to determine whether literary passages are the Faulkner originals or ones machine-translated from German into English.
Heteronyms, contronyms, eponyms, word/letter frequencies and other trivia.
Dedicated to oddities of the English language plus various types of wordplay.
A collection of amusing, interesting, strange, and occasionally rude names from the phone book.
10,000+ rhetorical questions. Accepts submissions.
Questions designed to open one's mind, even if no answer is expected.
Information and links on lipograms, works of fiction that omit a single letter.
See what happens when an English phrase is translated by computer back and forth between 5 different languages. Confusion results.
Created specifically for Scrabble players, a downloadable English thesaurus and dictionary for Windows.
Includes wordplay and oddities, mathematica, theologica, computica, scientifica, and other humour.
Site featuring a collection of madlibs.
Collection of anagrams, pangrams, eponyms, heteronyms, contronyms, homophones and mangled English.
Questions have answers with two rhyming words.
A collection of symbolic "smiley" messages.
Entertaining and annotated listing of collective nouns such as 'a murder of crows' and 'a pomposity of professors'.
Over 900 excuses to not go to work or school, police and accidents, breaking dates, doctor, missing church, diet, and taxes.
Explains new words and phrases with new entries added regularly, plus archives of previous entries.
Unscramble, find, rhyme or define various words online.
Linguistic contortions, weird and wonderful words, plus quotations.
A repository of newfangled words with mangled or meandering meanings created by wordpeckers.
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