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athenian200
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posted September 22, 2015 06:11 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for athenian200     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
You can use the same letter more than once in a Lexigram, right? That does make this a bit easier than an anagram. I've never really done this before.

The letters I have to work with are:

A, D, E, J, M, N, R, S, W, Y

New dreams warn sadness, yes?

Are we jaded as new war made yards?

A new dam made jade yards, we dare wade.

Dare we dream new dreams, sad jaded wars are made near a yard.

As needed, we made war; sad dames made yarn and jam.

Is this method acceptable?

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posted September 23, 2015 02:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I don't think it is.

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posted September 23, 2015 08:30 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for athenian200     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Yeah, I tried to look up some information on it, but it all seemed really contradictory and confusing.

From what I gathered, you have to use all the letters in your name at least once per sentence, but you can use any of the letters more than once.

I guess I'll have to get a book on the subject or something, because even when I look at examples, it doesn't click.

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posted September 24, 2015 01:45 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by athenian200:
You can use the same letter more than once in a Lexigram, right? That does make this a bit easier than an anagram. I've never really done this before.

The letters I have to work with are:

A, D, E, J, M, N, R, S, W, Y

New dreams warn sadness, yes?

Are we jaded as new war made yards?

A new dam made jade yards, we dare wade.

Dare we dream new dreams, sad jaded wars are made near a yard.

As needed, we made war; sad dames made yarn and jam.

Is this method acceptable?


You can use any letters as many times as you have copies available.
You cannot use more numbers of any letter if you do not have those extra copies of any letter.

YOU CANNOT USE THE FOLLOWING WORDS FOR A LEXIGRAM OF THE SEQUENCE
A, D, E, J, M, N, R, S, W, Y
Hence;
here are your errors:
1.
SADNESS
.....you do not have 3 copies of the letter "S"
you have only one letter "S".
2.
JADED.....you do not have 2 copies of the letter "D"
you have only one letter "D".
3.
NEEDED.....you do not have 3 copies of the letter "E"
you have only one letter "E"

you do not have 2 copies of the letter "D"
you have only one letter "D".

4.
JADED.....
you do not have 2 copies of the letter "D"you have only one letter "D".

So here is your creation WITHOUT THE INVALID LETTERS/WORDS, with blanks replacing the invalid words.

A, D, E, J, M, N, R, S, W, Y

New dreams warn____, yes?

Are we____ as new war made yards?

A new dam made jade yards, we dare wade.

Dare we dream new dreams, sad____wars are made near a yard.

As______, we made war; sad dames made yarn and jam.

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posted September 24, 2015 01:58 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by athenian200:
Yeah, I tried to look up some information on it, but it all seemed really contradictory and confusing.

From what I gathered, you have to use all the letters in your name at least once per sentence, but you can use any of the letters more than once.

I guess I'll have to get a book on the subject or something, because even when I look at examples, it doesn't click.


Please read my posts here as I have posted much on the subject.
I have some older blog pages too.
If you have any questions and or comments;
please feel free to ask!
And by the way!
athenian200

To LindaLand!

Here is an old page with some listings of my pages with click links to get more Lexigramming information.

http://www.blogger.com/profile/11535666072350576429

Some links are broken, but most still work.

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posted September 24, 2015 02:51 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
This might help!
Here are just some of the words which can be formed from the letters of your sequence:
A, D, E, J, M, N, R, S, W, Y
WARDENS ENDWAYS REMANDS YARDMEN SWARMED WANDERS YAWNERS DREAMS DREAMY WARNED ANSWER AMENDS WARDEN SNARED SMEARY YAWNER YAWNED WARMED YEARNS SWAYED WANDER SANDER WADERS REMAND SAWYER MASER DAWNS YEARN DARNS DRAWN DEARY JADES JAWED DAMNS DAMES READS WANED DEARS NERDS WEANS NEARS ARMED NAMES DEANS MARES EARNS NAMED WARNS WRENS DYERS WARMS MEANS RENDS WARES JEANS MANES YARDS SEDAN DRAYS SANDY WANES YAWED WEARY WANDS DREAM YARNS DRAWS AMEND WADES DRAMS WADER SAWED SWEAR DARES READY WENDS SWARM SWARD NERDY WEARS MEANY SNARE YEARS SMEAR MANED ADMEN WARDS YAWNS MANSE NEWSY SEAMY MENDS REAMS RANDY SANER YAWN WEDS WARD WAND YEWS YAMS SEAM ARES SEWN WAYS DENS DREW WARM MAYS WARE SEND SWAM DAYS DAWN MARE JAWS REAM SWAY YARN READ DAMS WADS YENS YEAS YARD SANE RAMS AWRY RADS YAWS SEAR NEWS EASY SWAN WEAR NERD WEAN NAYS AWES NARY WARS NAME ENDS DEAR REND AMEN DRAM MEWS REDS MESA RAYS MEND DYES SAND WANE MEAN DAMN MEAD JAYS WENS JADE ERAS MAWS ARMS NEAR YEAR MARS AWED DYER DEWY MANY ARMY MANS DRAW SAME MANE WADE MADE DEAN WREN ANEW JEAN DAME DARN DENY DARE DRAY JARS DRYS WEND JAMS AYES WARY EARN EARS WARN JAN WAS MAY END WEN EDS MAW NEW WAN EAR MEN RED DYE JAR DRY YES JAM YEN RAW SAW JAW RAN YEA JEW RAD MAR SAM DEW ERA RYE DEN YAW MAN WAD NAY MAD DAY YAM WRY JAY NAE SAY AND WAR SEW WED DAM RAY AYE MEW RAM AWE ARE WAY SAD SEA ANY ARM YEW WE AS YA MA ME YE AN MY AM A

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EDIT TO ADD April 25th. 2017
Some Lexigramming words
gleaned FROM
YOUR CORRECT NAME LETTER SEQUENCE
ADEEEJMNRRSWY

WANDERERS MENSWEAR REWARMED ANSWERED SERENADE WANDERER DREAMERS MEANDERS DEMESNE RESEWED REREADS ERRANDS ENDWAYS REAMERS RENEWED SNEERED YAWNERS REMANDS WARDENS READERS RENAMES RENAMED DEEJAYS WEARERS WARDERS YARDMEN REWARMS SERENER YEARNED MEANDER SWEARER WARMERS SMEARED ENDEARS SWARMED DRAWERS REDRAWS REDRAWN EARNERS REDEEMS DARNERS REWARDS SEAWEED WARRENS REARMED DEANERY RENDERS MENDERS WEEDERS DEMEANS WANDERS DREAMER SEARED REAMED DRAWER RENAME SAWYER REDEEM RENDER DREAMY JARRED MARRED SERENE ERRAND REMEDY SEEMED ERASER WEARER REARMS DEMEAN WARRED RANEES WARNED DARERS EDEMAS SANDER WADERS REREAD ENDEAR SWEDEN EARNER EARNED DREARY WARDER YEARNS WARDEN WEENSY YAWNER NEARER RENEWS REAMER REWARD ERASED WEANED YAWNED SEAMED REDRAW REMADE WARREN DARNER REARED ANSWER ENEMAS JEERED DEEJAY AMENDS EMENDS NEARED SWAYED RESEED JERSEY DEARER DENSER DRYERS MENDER SEAMEN WARMED SNARED MEANER SMEARY WARMER SEEDER REDREW REDYES WEENED WANDER READER DREAMS REMAND REWARM REWEDS WEEDER SENDER SEWER WARES SWARD YEARS SEWED SEEDY SMEAR ENEMA DRAWS SNARE WEARY DENSE WEEDY ADMEN WARNS MARES WRYER EMEND RARES MANSE WRENS SAWED MYNAS WADES DAWNS DARES SNEER DRAYS EARNS RANDY DAMNS NAMED DAMES WADER SERER MEANY REWED WEENY DARNS DEEMS WARMS YEMEN WEEDS SEMEN DREAR NERDY WARDS RERAN EARED MASER RENEW RENDS NEARS DEARS DRAWN WEANS DRYER YARNS AMEND EWERS MENDS YEARN JAWED REEDY REEDS EMERY SANER REDYE SEDAN SEAMY YARDS SWEAR DRAMS DYERS JADES DEARY REARS WEENS RANEE REARM ARMED MEWED REAMS WANED MERRY WANDS YAWED READY READS JEANS NERDS ERASE DARER EASED MARRY ENEMY JEERS EDEMA WEARS RARED SANDY YAWNS MANES DEANS MEANS WENDS RESEW NAMES NEWSY RAWER NEWER NEEDS ERRED WANES SWARM NEEDY MANED DREAM SWEDE WARD JAMS REND WEND DRAM EWER WEDS NERD WADS REED WARY DAWN MEWS RAND AWED MESA WANE SWAY MERE REDS EASE DAMS SWAM MEND NAYS YEWS DAMN YAMS YENS NEAR MEAN YEAS MEAD WARN MAYS WENS SEWN MAWS YARD YAWS WEAR RAYS SERE NARY REAR DEAN WERE YARN MANS SEEM MARE MANE DARN MADS MADE DARE DENS NEWS WADE WEAN JEER MYNA JEAN JAYS DEEM JAWS ANEW WREN JARS SWAN DEAR DRAW NAME ARMY JADE EYES EYED REAM EWES NEED SANE ERRS WARE EASY WAYS AMEN RAMS SEND WARS READ ERAS SEAR DYER DAME SEED EARN ENDS YAWN WARM WEED DEER SEAM RARE DREW ARMS SAME AWRY DRAY SEER MARS AYES EARS SAND AND ARES YEAR AWES DENY DYES SEEN MANY DEWY DRYS DAY AND ENS ARE EAR MAW YES WAY DRY WEE WRY RAM JAW MAR RAN ERE JAN WEN RAD YAW WAS DEW RAY MAD RYE JEW DEN YEN WAD END JAM WED JAY SEE NAY RED MAS ERA JAR NAE DYE WAR WAN AWE EYE SAW MEW MAN EWE SEA ERR YEW SAM SAD MEN DAM SAY AYE MAY RAW YAM YEA ANY NEW NEE ARM SEW EN MY YE MA AS AN YA WE AM ME AW A

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posted September 24, 2015 04:15 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for athenian200     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thank you, Lexigramer!

So, if I'm understanding correctly... you can reuse letters within the sentence, but you can only use the number of letters within the original phrase within any individual word?

Well, my name actually contains duplicates of a few of the letters I provided. I just didn't want to give away my real name if I didn't have to. For instance, there are actually three E's, but only one D.

So, a valid anagram of my name would be:

Amend Wry Jeers

Or alphabetically...

A, D, E, E, E, J, M, N, R, R, S, W, Y

See my dear, rare ways we dream as we wear jeans and jade.

My day dawns, ye answer and jaw saner ends.

I'm actually pretty good at crossword puzzles, usually.

I'll definitely be reading more of the posts here, you seem to have done quite a bit of work on this subject! Your username is quite apt, given your facility with this subject.

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posted September 24, 2015 09:45 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for clarifying, LEXX!

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posted September 25, 2015 12:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by athenian200:
Thank you, Lexigramer!

So, if I'm understanding correctly... you can reuse letters within the sentence, but you can only use the number of letters within the original phrase within any individual word?

Well, my name actually contains duplicates of a few of the letters I provided. I just didn't want to give away my real name if I didn't have to. For instance, there are actually three E's, but only one D.

So, a valid anagram of my name would be:

Amend Wry Jeers

Or alphabetically...

A, D, E, E, E, J, M, N, R, R, S, W, Y

See my dear, rare ways we dream as we wear jeans and jade.

My day dawns, ye answer and jaw saner ends.

I'm actually pretty good at crossword puzzles, usually.

I'll definitely be reading more of the posts here, you seem to have done quite a bit of work on this subject! Your username is quite apt, given your facility with this subject.


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posted September 26, 2015 09:56 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
A few really interesting words in there.

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posted October 06, 2015 04:00 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I made two long posts which just vanished.
Will try to repost from copy after reformatting it.

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posted October 06, 2015 04:01 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Randall:
A few really interesting words in there.

There sure are!
Speaking of words from the letters of her name.......
.
Here is a comparison betwixt the incorrect
and correct letter sequence for her name.

Words in ALL UPPER CASE are the words from her incorrect sequence:

ADEJMNRSWY

words in "lower case" letters;
are from her correct letter sequence for her name:

ADEEEJMNRRSWY

As one can clearly see;
the use of a complete letter sequence can make a big difference, even with short lists such as these!

ADEJMNRSWY

wanderers menswear rewarmed answered serenade wanderer dreamers meanders demesne resewed rereads errands ENDWAYS reamers renewed sneered YAWNERS REMANDS WARDENS readers renames renamed deejays wearers warders YARDMEN rewarms serener yearned meander swearer warmers smeared endears SWARMED drawers redraws redrawn earners redeems darners rewards seaweed warrens rearmed deanery renders menders weeders demeans WANDERS dreamer seared reamed drawer rename SAWYER redeem render DREAMY jarred marred serene errand remedy seemed eraser wearer rearms demean warred ranees WARNED darers edemas SANDER WADERS reread endear sweden earner earned dreary warder YEARNS WARDEN weensy YAWNER nearer renews reamer reward erased weaned YAWNED seamed redraw remade warren darner reared ANSWER enemas jeered deejay AMENDS emends neared SWAYED reseed jersey dearer denser dryers mender seamen WARMED SNARED meaner SMEARY warmer seeder redrew redyes weened WANDER reader DREAMS REMAND rewarm reweds weeder sender sewer WARES SWARD YEARS sewed seedy SMEAR enema DRAWS SNARE WEARY dense weedy ADMEN WARNS MARES wryer emend rares MANSE WRENS SAWED MYNAS WADES DAWNS DARES sneer DRAYS EARNS RANDY DAMNS NAMED DAMES WADER serer MEANY rewed weeny DARNS deems WARMS yemen weeds semen drear NERDY WARDS reran eared MASER renew RENDS NEARS DEARS DRAWN WEANS dryer YARNS AMEND ewers MENDS YEARN JAWED reedy reeds emery SANER redye SEDAN SEAMY YARDS SWEAR DRAMS DYERS JADES DEARY rears weens ranee rearm ARMED mewed REAMS WANED merry WANDS YAWED READY READS JEANS NERDS erase darer eased marry enemy jeers edema WEARS rared SANDY YAWNS MANES DEANS MEANS WENDS resew NAMES NEWSY rawer newer needs erred WANES SWARM needy MANED DREAM swede WARD JAMS REND WEND DRAM ewer WEDS NERD WADS reed WARY DAWN MEWS RAND AWED MESA WANE SWAY mere REDS ease DAMS SWAM MEND NAYS YEWS DAMN YAMS YENS NEAR MEAN YEAS MEAD WARN MAYS WENS SEWN MAWS YARD YAWS WEAR RAYS sere NARY rear DEAN were YARN MANS seem MARE MANE DARN MADS MADE DARE DENS NEWS WADE WEAN jeer MYNA JEAN JAYS deem JAWS ANEW WREN JARS SWAN DEAR DRAW NAME ARMY JADE eyes eyed REAM ewes need SANE errs WARE EASY WAYS AMEN RAMS SEND WARS READ ERAS SEAR DYER DAME seed EARN ENDS YAWN WARM weed deer SEAM rare DREW ARMS SAME AWRY DRAY seer MARS AYES EARS SAND AND ARES YEAR AWES DENY DYES seen MANY DEWY DRYS DAY AND ENS ARE EAR MAW YES WAY DRY wee WRY RAM JAW MAR RAN ere JAN WEN RAD YAW WAS DEW RAY MAD RYE JEW DEN YEN WAD END JAM WED JAY see NAY RED MAS ERA JAR NAE DYE WAR WAN AWE eye SAW MEW MAN ewe SEA err YEW SAM SAD MEN DAM SAY AYE MAY RAW YAM YEA ANY NEW nee ARM SEW EN MY YE MA AS AN YA WE AM ME AW A


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posted October 06, 2015 04:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Lexxigramer:
I made two long posts which just vanished.
Will try to repost from copy after reformatting it.


Going to try and repost my lost post.

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posted October 06, 2015 04:20 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:

Originally posted by athenian200:
Thank you, Lexigramer!
So, if I'm understanding correctly... you can reuse letters within the sentence, but
you can only use the number of letters within the original phrase within any
individual word?
Well, my name actually contains duplicates of a few of the letters I provided. I
just didn't want to give away my real name if I didn't have to. For instance, there
are actually three E's, but only one D.
So, a valid anagram of my name would be:
Amend Wry Jeers
Or alphabetically...
A, D, E, E, E, J, M, N, R, R, S, W, Y

See my dear, rare ways we dream as we wear jeans and jade.
My day dawns, ye answer and jaw saner ends.

I'm actually pretty good at crossword puzzles, usually.
I'll definitely be reading more of the posts here, you seem to have done quite a bit
of work on this subject! Your username is quite apt, given your facility with this
subject.


.
You're welcome athenian200! .
quote:

Originally posted by athenian200:
A, D, E, E, E, J, M, N, R, R, S, W, Y
See my dear, rare ways we dream as we wear jeans and jade.
My day dawns, ye answer and jaw saner ends.


Yes, you may use your letters in any word in the amounts you have available of each letter.
A-1
D-1
E-3
J-1
M-1
N-1
R-2
S-1
W-1
Y-1

By even using your correct name letter sequence;
your Lexigram attempt in your first post on this thread however still has errors.

You do not however have more than one copy of the letter "S".
You also do not have more than one copy of the letter "D".

quote:

Originally posted by athenian200:
I'll definitely be reading more of the posts here, you seem to have done quite a bit
of work on this subject! Your username is quite apt, given your facility with this
subject.


Thank you!
Well as you can see, I have been Lexigramming for over 1/2 a century to date! Nearly six decades!
Longer than anyone else I know of.

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posted October 07, 2015 12:53 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
In addition to the Anagram you posted from your name;
Amend Wry Jeers;
here are a few more Anagrams from your name sequence!
A, D, E, E, E, J, M, N, R, R, S, W, Y
Each line is a rearrangement of your letters; ie; an Anagram!

MERRY JADE NEWS

NEW MERRY JADES

MY JAR SEED WREN

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posted February 28, 2016 05:03 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Not bad! Several Anagrams.

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posted March 02, 2016 10:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Not always able to come up with really good ones. But usually find some.

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You tend to find something.

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posted April 15, 2016 10:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for clarifying.

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posted April 18, 2016 10:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thank you!

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You're welcome!

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posted April 25, 2017 09:43 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
athenian200!
Are you still around?
I have been bumping up older threads to see if folks who previously showed interest in Lexigrams and Lexigramming;
were still interested in Lexigramming or not!
I also chose yours because it illustrates for others to see and learn; the reason one must use all the letters from their
SOURCE" when acquiring their Lexigram words; whether by manually hunting or spiraling, or by using a generator.

I have some important update for this thread also.
I shall return!

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posted April 25, 2017 09:49 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by athenian200:
You can use the same letter more than once in a Lexigram, right? That does make this a bit easier than an anagram. I've never really done this before.

The letters I have to work with are:

A, D, E, J, M, N, R, S, W, Y

New dreams warn sadness, yes?

Are we jaded as new war made yards?

A new dam made jade yards, we dare wade.

Dare we dream new dreams, sad jaded wars are made near a yard.

As needed, we made war; sad dames made yarn and jam.

Is this method acceptable?


In addition to that being the incorrect sequence; which even by using your correct sequence; did not eliminate the invalid words; as explained in a previous post.....
There are few things I must point out about Lexigramming; mainly when posting here,
or anywhere you want to show where your Lexigram words came from;
ie; your SOURCE/sequence.

Also how to and why to set off what is your creation/Lexigramming attempt;
and or actual Lexigram from other parts of your posts.
1.
Use UPPER CASE LETTERS FOR YOUR CREATION!
2.
Clearly post your name/phrase/date;
or complete sequence of letters from whichever "SOURCE" you are using to acquire your Lexigram words.
3.
Keep your creation separate from other lines/questions/statements in your posts.

By simply using ALL UPPER CASE LETTERS for your creation;
it eliminates much confusion;
such as your line at the end of your creation causes:

quote:
Originally posted by athenian200:
Is this method acceptable?


which appeared to be part of your creation at first glance;
and was not made to be seen immediately as;
a line clearly separate from your creation.

More to come!

PS.
Another example where you did not set your Lexigramming off from the rest of your lines/post clearly as illustrated above.

quote:
Originally posted by athenian200:
See my dear, rare ways we dream as we wear jeans and jade.
My day dawns, ye answer and jaw saner ends.

I'm actually pretty good at crossword puzzles, usually.
I'll definitely be reading more of the posts here, you seem to have done quite a bit
of work on this subject! Your username is quite apt, given your facility with this
subject.



Again thank you for the lovely compliment!
But your Lexigram line should have been clearly set off from it by doing it in ALL UPPER CASE LETTERS!

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posted April 25, 2017 11:30 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Repeating part of my bump up post for this thread.
athenian200!
Are you still around?
I have been bumping up older threads to see if folks who previously showed interest in Lexigrams and Lexigrammming;
were still interested in Lexigramming or not!
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I also chose yours because it illustrates for others to see and learn; the reason one must use all the letters from their
SOURCE" when acquiring their Lexigram words; whether by manually hunting or spiralling, or by using a generator.
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Your name did of course have some missing letters;
but I did
not know that when I error checked your creation;
and gave you Lexigram words gleaned from your incomplete name letters sequence;
which was:
ADEJMNRSWY

quote:
Originally posted by athenian200:

You can use the same letter more than once in a Lexigram, right? That does make this a bit easier than an anagram. I've never really done this before.
The letters I have to work with are:

A, D, E, J, M, N, R, S, W, Y

New dreams warn sadness, yes?

Are we jaded as new war made yards?

A new dam made jade yards, we dare wade.

Dare we dream new dreams, sad jaded wars are made near a yard.

As needed, we made war; sad dames made yarn and jam.

Is this method acceptable?


I am repeating previous information for others interested in Lexigramming; not only yourself.

The name sequence you originally posted on this thread:
A, D, E, J, M, N, R, S, W, Y
could not be the source for your creation; thus rendering it not an actual Lexigram;
when based on the sequence you posted above your creation.
That was confusing, and definitely confusing to folks new to Lexigramming.

However....

Even when using your your complete letter sequence from your name;
ADEEEJMNRRSWY

your creation is still
NOT A LEXIGRAM!

You CANNOT get these words from even your correct name letter sequence.
ADEEEJMNRRSWY

sadness....this word has 3 copies of the letter "S"
your sequence only has one letter "S"

jaded X2 copies....this word has 2 copies of the letter "D"
your sequence only has one letter "D"

needed...this word has 2 copies of the letter "D"

your sequence only has one letter "D"

The words you cannot get are in lower case and bold highlighted.

NEW DREAMS WARN sadness YES ?

ARE WE jaded AS NEW WAR MADE YARDS ?

A NEW DAM MADE JADE YARDS WE DARE WADE.

DARE WE DREAM NEW DREAMS,
SAD jaded WARS ARE MADE NEAR A YARD.

AS needed, WE MADE WAR,
SAD DAMES MADE YARN AND JAM.

This would be your creation;
minus the invalid words:

NEW DREAMS WARN.....YES ?

ARE WE.....AS NEW WAR MADE YARDS ?

A NEW DAM MADE JADE YARDS WE DARE WADE.

DARE WE DREAM NEW DREAMS,
SAD.....WARS ARE MADE NEAR A YARD.

AS......WE MADE WAR,
SAD DAMES MADE YARN AND JAM.

Removing the invalid words renders it as now being an actual Lexigram; just kind of choppy.
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You added these two lines later on;
which CAN be gleaned from the letters of your correct name sequence:
ADEEEJMNRRSWY

quote:
Originally posted by athenian200:
SEE MY DEAR,
RARE WAYS WE DREAM AS WE WEAR JEANS AND JADE.
MY DAY DAWNS,
YE ANSWER AND JAW SANER ENDS.

.

To help folks better understand Lexigramming and correct sequencing of their name/phrase etc.'
The complete "SOURCE" must be used; no letters added, none left out.
SOURCE=the name/phrase/date etc.'
that one is Lexigramming.

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