Anagram Cracker! (Are you Brilliant or Genius?)

Anagrams are problems related to shuffled letters which are needed to be arranged and made into perfect meaningful sentences without repeating the letters (letters can be used only once).

Here are some anagrams which you need to crack:

1) tuteauaewribeifslh

2) geaperioitrdspawsagnhabineod

3) enaednenetorfyimrw

Remember to arrange and make a meaningful sentence (one sentence from each group of letters), not single word. If you are able to solve this anagrams please inform me the answers as well as how you found the solutions to the anagrams.

Details and assumptions:

Example:

"My name is Anil" can be written in the form of group of letters as:

meailaysmnni

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5 years, 6 months ago

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Please post answers and solutions!

Saurabh Mallik - 5 years, 6 months ago

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too hard

Señor π - 4 years, 5 months ago

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Ill give u some: ntcououhicntykeorefthendorcsbeyathhc

Señor π - 4 years, 5 months ago

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Can somebody help me find solutions to this question?

Anagram Cracker!!

Anagrams are problems related to shuffled letters which are needed to be arranged and made into perfect meaningful sentences without repeating the letters (letters can be used only once).

Here are some anagrams which you need to crack:

1) tuteauaewribeifslh

2) geaperioitrdspawsagnhabineod

3) enaednenetorfyimrw

Remember to arrange and make a meaningful sentence (one sentence from each group of letters), not single word. If you are able to solve this anagrams please inform me the answers as well as how you found the solutions to the anagrams.

Details and assumptions:

Example:

"My name is Anil" can be written in the form of group of letters as:

meailaysmnni

Saurabh Mallik - 5 years, 6 months ago

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