Scrabble Word Finder

You can use up to 2 ?'s as blank tiles. Our word finder will unscramble Scrabble words & letters from the (NWL) TWL or (CWL) SOWPODS dictionaries.


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One of the best word games to play is Scrabble. The game was actually invented by an architect in 1933. Alfred Mosher Butts noted how many points each letter would be worth by exploring their frequency on The New York Times front page.

Originally, this game was called Lexico before it was changed to Criss-Cross and finally, Scrabble in the 1950s. Though perhaps difficult to believe today due to its incredible popularity, Butts was unable to find a game manufacturer interested in Scrabble. He instead created the games himself, operating from his garage.

It wouldn’t be bought by Macy’s until 1957. Despite a long history, scrabble has not changed much at all, however, there are variations like Clabbers. This version of the game allows you to put down the letters in any order, as long as they are an anagram of a word.

If you’re interested in playing Scrabble, you can find this word game by downloading it from the app store on the App Store .

Sometimes it can be quite tricky to find the right word. If you’re looking for word games for kids, you might want to consider our scrabble cheat sites for a little extra help.

Scrabble Letters

Here is the list of scrabble tile letters along with the point value.

  • A, E, I, L, O, R, S, T and U are only 1 point
  • D and G are 2 points
  • B, C, M and P are 3 points
  • F, H, V, W and Y are 4 points
  • K is all alone with it's value. It is worth 5 points
  • J and X are 8 points
  • Q and Z are 10 points

J, X, Q and Z are the most valuable letters, but also the hardest to use...

Scrabble Tips & Help

Winning in Scrabble requires a competitive mind frame. Here are a few tips to help you win.

  • Score high points by remembering all 2 letter words
  • If you are playing online, or through an app then don't be afraid to try words you don't know. If it looks like a word, it might be!.
  • Attempt to block your opponents next move whenever possible.
  • If all else fails, ask for help or use our word finder.
  • more scrabble tips!

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