The are several online dictionaries that let Words With Friends and Scrabble players enter in their letters to determine the longest potential words. Here are a few Words With Friends dictionaries created to help players find new words quickly.
Lexical Word Finder
Lexical Word Finder lets your input replicate the exact Words With Friends board and tiles in hand. Lexical Word Finder searches through the entire English language (or “lexicon”), determining where (and what) words may be played on the board. The site is designed to be exceptionally fast, while still considering all possible plays. The returned words are the highest scoring possible, as it considers all possibilities.
The only consideration not made is tactical advantage. For example, be wary of giving your opponent an opportunity for an easy “triple word score!”.
Word Solver is simple, designed as a scrabble solver and scrabble word finder. Put letters in and find the longest words! Chose from US/Canada, English, and French dictionaries. Word results appear on the same page.
Scraddle is a word builder tool designed to “win every game of Words With Friends”. Enter your letters and find all the words that can be made with them. You can also cheat using the Prefix and Suffix filters. These allow you to play off of words that are already on the board. Some people say that cheating at Words With Friends shouldn’t be allowed, but sometimes, every needs to help to win the game.
Do you know of other Words With Friends dictionaries? Leave suggestions in the comments below. To get started playing Words With Friends visit How To Play Words With Friends.