Definition of QUYTES

  • QUYTE, to depart from [v]

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The Croydon man who has won thousands of pounds by being brilliant at Scrabble

Former world Scrabble champion Brett Smitheram may never have had a friendly game around the family table but being a wizard with words has “opened up the world”. The 38-year-old, who lives in Purley, is internationally renowned in the mysterious and ...

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Cursed Words Review: Strategic Spelling Race

It's easy to see Cursed Words catching on as a sort of more frantic Words with Friends, complete with some good-natured taunting vie emotes while you play. The graphics and sounds aren't ever going to be the centerpiece of a word game, but they're also ...

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A friendship from Words

22-year-old rapper and 81-year-old retiree become best friends after playing Words with Friends

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This Is Why Men Tend to Be Better at Scrabble Than Women

The reason why men are better at scrabble than women is a lot simpler than you may think. It's the reason why men tend to win all pointless (sometimes made up) games—they're SO competitive. (Besides Scrabble, these are ...

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Two Words

However, a decidedly middle-aged games studio is showing that age doesn't matter by releasing a brand new word game. Called 'Two Words', the game involves two players creating words from their rack of seven letter tiles. There are only Two Words on the ...

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We should forgive Scrabble cheats. Board games bring out the worst in us

He Wrote The Book(s) On Scrabble. But Has He Been Playing By The Letter Of The Law?

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The sequel to 'Words With Friends' allows you to play without friends

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