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The anagram is lichen (a simple plant).
The letters can form anagram phrases such as "steel tethers" and many other words: el (as in Chicago's public transportation) els (as in Chicago's public transportation) e…el eels he hee (as in hee haw) heel heels helter (as in helter skelter) her here hers Hess lee leer leers lees less lest let letter letters reel reels reset resets rest rests see seer seers sees seethe seethes set setter setters settler settlers she sheer sheers shelter shelters steel steer steers street streets tee tees teeth Tess test tests tester testers the there three threes tree trees tress trestle trestles
Those letters will spell the word forgoer.
The letters AEIOPT spell "opiate" (an opium derivative). Also, they spell these: Tea Poi Eat Poi Eta Poi Ate Poi Oat Pie A Pie To A Tie Op A Ope Ti A Ope I…t A Poet I A Tope I A Toe Pi Ape I To Pea I To Tea I Op Eat I Op Eta I Op Ate I Op Pa Toe I At Ope I
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No single English word, but here are some words you can make with the letters: 4-letter words acme, acne, acre, airn, amen, amia, amie, amin, amir, area, aria, cain, came, …cane, care, carn, cine, cire, cram, earn, emic, emir, maar, mace, main, mair, mana, mane, marc, mare, mean, mica, mice, mien, mina, mine, mire, name, narc, near, nema, nice, race, raia, rain, rami, rani, ream, rein, rice, rime 5-letter words acari, aecia, aimer, amain, amice, amine, amnia, amnic, anear, anima, anime, areca, areic, arena, cairn, caner, ceria, crane, cream, crime, erica, inarm, macer, mania, manic, maria, micra, minae, mince, miner, nacre, naira, namer, naric, nicer, ramie, rance, reman 6-letter words acinar, airman, airmen, anemia, anemic, arcane, arnica, caiman, camera, carina, carman, carmen, carnie, cinema, crania, iceman, maniac, marina, marine, mincer, remain 7-letter words acarine, anaemic, carinae, carmine ****I discovered the answer to this question, and of course I can't believe I couldn't get it before! The answer is misleading because the puzzle did not capitalize the proper letter: the answer is 'American'****
The anagram is "vicuna", actually vicuña, a South American animal (a relative of the llama) that may be the wild ancestor of the alpaca.
The anagram for the word 'chase' is aches.
There are no 6 or 7-letter common words that can be spelled with AAVGDDE. Shorter words include : a, ad, add, age, dad, gad, aged, dead, gave, adage, and agave.
The letters DADHUB do not spell any common 6-letter word. They can spell the word pairs "add hub", "had bud" and "bad, duh".
The anagram is dragon. Shorter words include adorn, argon, radon, gonad, grand, and groan.
In Board Games
The longest are germ, grue, and urge.