Find Words Word Builder

Find Words Word Builder

Building words in Scrabble is sometimes an art form of an experienced player or is sometimes considered as the luck of the draw, depending on which letters you randomly select or are given by the online application. Either way, practicing how to build words and knowing some strategies can definitely help you in more ways than one. If you have luckily drawn letters that are considered to be the most popular set of letters for producing a Scrabble word bingo, then you will be Scrabble king or queen. According to many avid Scrabble players, the best set of letters to have are R-E-T-R-A-I-N. These seven letters are considered to be the easiest bunch of letters to build a Scrabble word bingo. However, as you may already know, gameplay in Scrabble is not about the ease of playing a simple group of letters. It is definitely quite challenging to build words when you do not have an ideal group of letters. For instance, having many vowels can be troublesome in forming higher point value words. It is not impossible to form a word that consists of a majority of vowels, but it is good to know and memorize words that do have many vowels in them. Words like beau, iota, adieu, and audio are all great words to use when your rack is heavily inundated with vowels.

Your Rack :
(Use ?s for Blank Tiles.)

Prefix :       or and      Suffix :

or Anywhere :

On the other hand, maybe you have a rack full of consonants and only one or no vowels at all. You might think you are in a predicament, but it is not always the case. If your rack is drowning in a sea of consonants, you can take a breath of fresh air because the game is not over for you. There are many words you can play if you do not have vowels. Some words to consider are rhythm, pygmy, gyspy, and hymn. It is always a good idea to try and manage your rack by swapping letters when necessary. Or, when you do play words, remember what letters you have remaining on your rack so that when you go and select new letters, you will not be completely left out in the dark with a not so great set of new letters to build words with. This involves proper rack management. Rack management means to try and always maintain a great set of letters for you to shuffle around and have a backup plan of creating words that will easily connect to existing words on the board. Manage the letters on your rack by looking for popular prefixes and suffixes. For example, if you have the letters I, N, G, place them on the right side of your rack to help you easily build a word with the ending -ing. Other common suffixes include -ed, -able, and -ty. This cheat also provides many other suffixes to choose from to help you build better and longer words. The same idea of word building with the addition of prefixes is also very helpful. If you have the letters C, O, N, place them on the left side of your board to assist you in seeing a new word you can possibly create using the prefix con-. Other common prefixes are be-, de-, ex-, and re-. Again, this cheat has a great feature for you to utilize the option of adding a prefix to word on the board or to create a word from the letters on your rack. One of the easiest ways to build words is by pluralizing them. You can do this by adding the letter S or by using a blank tile. Since there are only two blank tiles in a Scrabble game, please use them wisely and try to reserve them for a possible Scrabble word bingo when the timing is right and all letters are aligned in your favor.


  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Select SCORE to filter results by maximum point value, or select LENGTH to filter results by the number of letters in a word.