Find Scrabble Word Builder
Building words in Scrabble may be a challenge for beginners that are new to the game. If you start using this Scrabble cheat to help you along the way, you will get better at building better words. Practice does make perfect so using the assistance of this cheat will improve your game. There are several techniques every Scrabble player should know when building really good words that will give you more points per word. One of the easiest ways to build your strategy is to begin learning the popular Scrabble word lists that all Scrabble Tournament players are already familiar with. Knowing the two-letter word list will completely transform your game. It will change your level from a beginner to a more advanced player in addition to increasing your own vocabulary. Once you have learned this particular word list, you can easily build word hooks throughout the game since it will help you link words together more quickly. The three-letter word list is another set of words to try and memorize to improve your game. There are other essential word lists that will assist you, such as Q words without the U, but the two and three-letter word lists will help you build words more easily since shorter words are generally easier to work with on a board.
This Scrabble cheat will find the best words quickly. Just enter your letters in the search box, click on search, and choose the word accordingly. A great feature of this cheat tool is that you can build words by adding a prefix or suffix. Prefixes and suffixes can help you extend words by adding letters to an existing word. It is a good strategy to know which letters form common word beginnings and endings. Some common prefixes that can be added to existing words are be- and un-. Some of the common suffixes that can be added to existing words are -ing and -ed. A good tactic is to place prefixes to the left of your letter rack and the suffixes to the right of your letter rack. This will be helpful in training your eye to spot possible plays. Another great strategy for building Scrabble words are making attempts to form compound words. For example, if the word cake is already on the word, you can add the word cup to the beggining of it to form the new compound word cupcake. Just like building a house, you need a great foundation. The same idea goes with building great words. It is helpful to have a good mix of letters to start with. This means that it is important to maintain an even mix of consonants and vowels whenever possible. Swapping tiles may be necessary to keep a good balance of letters on your rack. You can also play a word that might not bring a lot of points to get rid of some letters that are either undesirable or duplicates. But, do not do this that often because you might not gain as many points over a set number of consecutive moves. Rack management is how you maintain this balance of letters. Even if you have too many O letters does not mean you have to give up or get frustrated. This cheat tool will help you find the best words with more than a single O, such as OOLOGY and OOLONG. Having one too many vowels sometimes cause players worry, but again, you always have many options when using this cheat tool; AALII is a great word that uses up duplicate letters in a single word. Over time, after using this cheat to practice, you will naturally begin to remember these rather unusual words that do not make up your day-to-day vocabulary. As a result, you will learn new words and their definitions as you continue to practice building better Scrabble words.
- From the drop down menu, select the appropriate dictionary depending on which game you are playing and where (which country) you are playing from–TWL06, SOWPODS, OSPD4, ENABLE, OWL2.
- In the RACK box, enter your letters to find the best possible word by clicking on SEARCH. Use a question mark to designate a blank tile.
- If you want to use a specific beginning or ending for a word by using existing letters on the board, enter the letter or set of letters that your word must begin or end with in the PREFIX or SUFFIX box accordingly.
- Select SCORE to filter results by maximum point value, or select LENGTH to filter results by the number of letters in a word.