Use the Word Descrambler tool above to find every possible combination of words from your input word. You can use the tool as a cheat for scrabble, WWF, Jumble, Literati, and much more. To use our Scrabble Word Finder, enter in all your rack letters. You can enter "?"s for blank tiles. Use the Extra String input box if you know you have to use certain letters. For instance, in Scrabble, if you are building off a word that ends in the letter "G," and you want your word to start with a "G," you can enter G in the extra string, and choose "at beginning" so the Word Finder will return all words starting with the letter G that include your letters. Note that in this case you will not have to enter the letter "G" in your letters up top, unless you have an additional "G" that you want to use in the word.
You can also choose to sort by Scrabble Point Values or WWF Point Values. This will tell you the most valuable plays you can make on your board. We also have a Draw Something Help and a Scramble With Friends Help Tool that will allow you to achieve higher scores in those games.
Our Word Finder Tool searches our database of words from the SOWPODS dictionary that both Scrabble and WWF are based upon. It also includes words that were added by the creators of the both games such as "texting." In some very rare occasions, there will be a word that is returned which is not accepted by Scrabble or WWF. Typically this is because Scrabble has chosen to remove the word because of its negative influence. We will refrain from posting sample words here because they can sometimes be vulgar.
How can you get better at scrabble? To improve your score at pretty much any word game, you need to get familiar with a few sets of words. Check out our Scrabble Word Lists, which are invaluable to improving your score. If you get to know the 2 letter words and the words with a Q but no U in them, you will have a huge advantage. This is because you can rack up huge points by creating multiple words in just one play, and sometimes a 2 letter word allows you to do just that. Additionally, knowing your two letter words allows you to get rid of tiles at the end of games. Another list people don't talk about as often is the list of hooks. A 3 letter hook allows you to create 2 words in your play, one that adds a letter to then beginning (or end) of a word, and your own word that you actually spell out. You can also access the Anagram Solver which will sort out your anagram finding issues. Currently it's a single word Anagram Solver but will soon be a multi word tool. It is also important to remember to play defense in Scrabble/WWF. This means that you should not open up the triple letter word tile for your opponent(s) because they can score big. The only exception is if you yourself are scoring big in the process, or if you think your opponent cannot utilize the triple word tile. Even better is if you have a rare combination of letters that would allow you to use the triple word tile in your next turn after opening it up, while still making it tough for your opponent to use.
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