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Fast, easy to use online Scrabble Cheat and Word Finder. Finds all valid words from up to 12 entered letters.The number one Scrabble Word Finder for finding all the Scrabble words you need. Optimized for all mobile devices, including iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry.

Finds all valid words from up to 12 entered letters. With advanced tools including "Begins With", "Ends With" and "Contains".

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Our Scrabble Cheat also has Scrabble Word Lists for Words with Q and Words with Z. Other lists include J Words and X Words, and when stuck with all consonants and vowels there ares lists for Vowel Words and Consonant Words

Scrabble Solver uses a TWL Scrabble Dictionary and the SOWPODS Scrabble Dictionary.

Scrabble Cheat is really easy to use; simply enter up to 12 letters, click the Solve button and the results will be produced. Use ? for blanks.


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The scrabble words that won a World ChampionshipTelegraph.co.uk

Craig Beever at the World Scrabble Championships (David Rose/Telegraph). Chris Lipe's words. Hyena - doglike African mammal (30). Whit - very small part or amount (30). Taj - tall conical cap worn by a dervish (28). Xenic - of, relating to, or ... - November 24, 2014


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World Scrabble Championship won by Craig BeeversBBC News

Craig Beevers, 33, from Guisborough, Middlesbrough, beat Chris Lipe, from Clinton, New York, three games to one in the final at the Excel Centre. He won the final game by 440 points to 412 with the word "talaq", which scored 42 points and means a ... - November 23, 2014

British player wins Scrabble titleYahoo News UKBriton wins world Scrabble tournamentThe GuardianBeevers claims top spotDAWN.comall 3 news articles »
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Scrabble - do you know all the sneaky words?

Telegraph.co.uk - November 18, 2014

Players from over 120 countries will battle it out for the title of World Scrabble Champion at the Excel centre this week. The winner could win up to 10,000, but only if they know their KA from their BA and their UG from their UM. Take our quiz to ...
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The world's best in-flight celebrity meltdowns

Daily Mail - November 17, 2014

INCIDENT: Mr Baldwin was booted off an American Airlines flight for refusing stop playing 'Words With Friends' on his phone after all electronic devices should have been turned. In an email to CNN, Baldwin's spokesman Matthew Hiltzik said, 'He loves ...
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An Australian musicology student at the University of Oxford won the title Alamy

The Times (subscription) - November 4, 2014

Mr May had already cemented his place in Scrabble folklore, securing the world record last year for playing the greatest number of games simultaneously. In one four-hour burst, Mr May played 28 games at once, using more than 400 words, and won 25 of ...
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Scrabble players face new puzzle after official word list is discovered to be ...

Daily Mail - October 23, 2014

Scrabble is a game known for its unusual words - such as za, wuz, and muzjiks - but a new official vocabulary list has caused outrage after players found it was riddled with errors. Word-worms have vented their fury after finding the Merriam-Webster ...
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Scrabble players face new puzzle after official word list is riddled with errorsDaily Mail

Scrabble is a game known for its unusual words - such as 'za', 'wuz', and 'muzjiks' - but a new official vocabulary list has caused outrage after players found it was riddled with errors. Word-worms have vented their fury after finding the Merriam ... - October 23, 2014

New US Scrabble dictionary included words such as 'selfie', and 'hashtag'Gloucestershire Echoall 2 news articles »
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