Finds all valid words from up to 12 entered letters. With advanced tools including "Begins With", "Ends With" and "Contains".
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Scrabble Solver 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.
We use an Open Source Scrabble Dictionary and include word scores for Scrabble, Words With Friends and Wordfeud - chosen via the Dictionary option.
Scrabble Solver is really easy to use; simply enter up to 12 letters, click the Solve button and the results will be produced. Use ? for blanks.
Scrabble: to scramble (to move hurriedly), to scratch frantically with the hands or paws. Solver: one that solves (to find the answer to), to find the answer for.
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