Each of the following sentences contains clues to a set of three words that are anagrams of each other (each sentence describes a different set).
1) I have a painting of a small mammal wearing a coating without the feathers.
2) A winged apparition will harvest the grain where the two lines intersect.
3) The members of the two groups were fearful of the Holy Grail.
4) Trying to reach home and score the winning run, Joe jumped over the catcher and ripped the fold of his uniform.
art = a painting
rat = a small mammal
tar = a coating (tar and feather) without the feathers
angel = a winged apparition
glean = harvest the grain
angle = (the corner formed) where the two lines intersect
cadres = groups
scared = fearful
sacred = holy
plate = (baseball) home
leapt = jumped
pleat = the fold (in the cloth) of his uniform Today's brain teaser courtesy of Braingle.com.