Using This Solver:
This word scramble solver
will unscramble words and help you make a word with these letters. Enter your letters into the solver and it will show you a list of the words you can spell, sorted by length. It can be used to solve word scrambles, analyze anagrams, and solve word puzzles.
If you're playing scrabble, you may want to look at our scrabble word builder.
Ever ask yourself "How Can I Make a Word With These Letters"?
This word scramble solver will unscramble words and help you make a word with these letters.
It builds words by looking at ways to make a word with these letters. Answers are ranked by word length.
Enter your letters and it will show you a list of the words sorted by
length. It can be used to solve a word scramble, analyse anagrams, and solve word jumbles.
This word jumble solver can accept up to 12 letters and is based on the enable public dictionary;
it will return a list of words you can spell with those letters, sorted by word length. If you are
using this as an anagram solver, the exact anagrams of the word (same # letters) will be listed first.
We have a variety of other tools to help you solve word puzzles. If you are using this solver to help
play scrabble, you should check out our
scrabble word builder, which will
also give you the scrabble points value for each word. We also have a version of this solver which we
customized into a Words With Friends Helper
which was modified to use Zynga's points system for that game. One of our friends told us that this page
also works as a text twist solver - you can unscramble text twist letters and it will tell you how to make
a word with these letters. If you regularly play text twist, let us know what we can do to develop a better
text twist helper. If the puzzle you are trying to solve involves guessing a missing letter or finding
words which fit a pattern, try using our Hangman Solver;
that solver shows how to make a word with these letters by guessing any missing letters.
This solver provides a mechanical approach to solving a word jumble, to help you with the hardest
puzzles. Here are a couple of tips to help you solve word jumble puzzles the old fashioned way:
Look for letters that would fit into common word elements such as prefixes (re, de, and pre are
extremely useful), suffixes (ing, ed, er), and other common consonant patterns.
Plurals are your best friend - especially in scrabble games. Watch for S's and IES patterns.
Once you identify a couple of building blocks from the consonants, swap your vowels around to
see what looks like a familiar word.
Using scratch paper can really help if you're a visual person.
For example, I was working on a puzzle where I could see an "ing" pattern in my letters. The other
letters were ODUN. Spotting another prefix in the remaining letters (UN), I swapped the remaining
letters around until I arrived at a solution: UNDOING.
Beyond these tips, the best advice I can give is read broadly and regularly to grow your vocabulary.
Some additional study of prefixes and suffixes may also help; about 80% of the English language is
pretty formulaic once you're familiar with the root words and common prefixes / suffixes. The other
twenty percent consists of borrowed words and oddball stuff that don't fit neatly into a pattern.
The neat thing about wordplay is the more you read and solve puzzles, the better you will get.
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