What Words Can You Make Out Of All These Letters If You Must Use Every One In The Words? P,N,H,S,E,A.


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One answer is shapen.
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Shapen     napes   ape   panes     pea
shape   nape   aspen   pane   phase
snap   nap   asp   pans   ens
sea   neap   sap   pan   spa
has   ashen   sane   pens   span
hens   ash   heaps   pen  
hen   apes   heap   peas
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According to anagram software based on modern dictionaries, there are no words in the English language that use all of those letters. I have also tried these letters with combinations for anagrams in all major modern European languages: French, Germany, Dutch, Spanish, Latin, (not exactly modern!) Italian, Dutch, Swedish and Portuguese.

However, if we search obscure and ancient dictionaries, we come up with the word SHAPEN. The word SHAPEN means having a designated design, it comes from the Middle English.

Jonathan Swift uses this word in his Gulliver's Travels:

He seemed therefore confident, that, instead of reason we were only possessed of some quality fitted to increase our natural vices; as the reflection from a troubled stream returns the image of an ill shapen body, not only larger but more distorted.

It is an archaic past participle to have a shape or shaped.
Shakespeare uses the term 'misshapen' which means to be deformed or badly shaped or made.

There are no other words

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