Scrabble word finders are automated software apps that help you cheat or win at scrabble. You simply take the letters you have been dealt that are placed in your rack and enter them into the app. Once you click the solve button the free scrabble word finder app will generate a list of all possible word outcomes, it is possible for you to have them organized into score order, or alphabetical order. These cheats are a little frowned upon in the scrabble players and tournaments community so use at your own peril. A better example for you to understand how to use one of these word cheats would be to watch this video below.
There are many word finders, word solvers online one of the best ones we have found is it http://www.scrabblewordsolver.com the site has an easy to use format, and is amongst the fastest and most responsive of all. You can organize all results in score, alphabetical, and in length of letters used order as shown below.
There are many others available like scrabulizer.com which also has the technology to place your tiles on a scrabble board which will then show you the position which will gain you the most points on the scrabble board.
There also is a handy definition part of the website which allows you to click the letter that has been generated and it then takes you to a new page giving you definitions of the word and synomyns, this way you can check to see whether your word is an official scrabble word from the SOWPODS dictionary.
Scrabble is a great family game, and also great to play online the EA scrabble app has just been revamped and you can play with your friends all around the world competing for the highest score in scrabble. You can find this app if you click here
Here is a list of some high scoring words for scrabble.
Here is some brief history of scrabble from the wikipedia listing
Scrabble is a word game in which two to four players score points by forming words from individual lettered tiles on a gameboard marked with a 15×15 grid. The words are formed across and down in crossword fashion and must appear in a standard dictionary. Specified reference works (e.g., the Official Club and Tournament Word List, the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary) provide a list of permissible words.
The name Scrabble is a trademark of Hasbro, Inc. in the United States and Canada; elsewhere, it is trademarked by Mattel. The game is sold in 121 countries and there are 29 different language versions. Approximately 150 million sets have been sold worldwide, and sets are found in roughly one-third of American homes. To continue reading about the history of scrabble please click here
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