Scrabble Dictionary

Our Scrabble Dictionary contains every Scrabble word from the (NWL) US and (CSW) word lists. Search our online word finder to see if your word exists, get the point value, meaning, and more

Scrabble Dictionaries - What Is The Difference?

Scrabble isn't just a game; it's a test of wits, a battle of vocabulary, and a great way to spend an evening. And behind every great Scrabble player, there's a trusty dictionary. But did you know that the dictionary you use can change depending on where you are?

In the US, Scrabble players turn to the Merriam Webster Scrabble Dictionary. It's like the trusty sidekick to every Scrabble superhero, providing a definitive list of all the words that can be used in the game. And it's not just a static list; it evolves, adding new words as they become part of our everyday language. It's like a living snapshot of American English, captured one word at a time.

Meanwhile, across the pond in the UK, Scrabble players have a different companion: the Collins Scrabble Words dictionary. It's just as comprehensive as the Merriam-Webster version but tailored to British English. So, you'll find words in there that might be unfamiliar to American players. And just like its American counterpart, it's updated regularly to keep up with the ever-changing English language.

So, whether you're a Scrabble pro or just getting started, remember that your dictionary is your best friend. It's not just about knowing the most words; it's about knowing the right words. And with the Merriam-Webster or Collins dictionary at your side, you'll be ready for any word challenge that comes your way.

Combine Words

Bird + Duck = Bick
Apple + Honor = Aplonor
Hand + Locker = Handocker

Combine Names

Brad + Angelina = Brangelina
Robert + Katelyn = Robyn
Gregory + Janet = Granet

Word Combiner