A2z Word Finder for Scrabble and Words with Friends
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- Basic Info
As you can see by the various search options available, multiple
dictionaries and help for the Scrabble Game are supported by our word finder site. Visit the links
below each search input area to play online word building games, and just keep this site window open to search for words during play. As a courtesy, make sure
to tell human opponents you're using A2zWordfinder while building up your dictionary skills.
- Search Basics
Type in letters from your rack into the 'Rack:'
field & press 'Find Words' button to get results sorted by score shown here.
Use lowercase unless you want to force certain uppercase letters to be used.
- Required Letters
When you want to specify that certain letters must
be in any matching words returned, you can use Upper-Case Letters to force them into the results.
Any letters typed into the Rack: field that are capitalized will thus be required
to exist in the matching results. For example- if your letters
contained "TaBea", then you would find "tab", "bat", "bet",
and "abate" which all have t and b,
but not "tea" since it does not contain the required letter "b".
- Blank Tiles
Use the '#' character for blank tiles. With blanks, it will perform wildcard searches
and highlight letters in red where the blank(s) should be placed.
- Pattern Matching
If you want to build your new word using parts of other words already on the board,
you can type in the pattern of letters and empty spaces from the game board into the 'Board:' field.
Input the '?' character for empty spaces on the board to try fitting across open rows or columns.