Wondering how to use our word unscrambler to make a word from letters you’ve got? Can’t quite figure out the missing word in Wordscapes? Need to unscramble the letters in Word Cookies? It’s super easy! Unscramblerwords this unique resource helps you better understand the meaning of words in order to correctly form vocabulary and colloquial speech.
To unscramble letters:
- Choose your preferred game dictionary from the provided pull-down list. If your game isn’t listed or you’re not sure, Scrabble Dictionaries is a safe bet.
- Type your letters into the search bar on this page. Include up to 3 wildcards (? or space), which are like the blank tiles you get in games like Scrabble® and Words With Friends®.
- Click or tap on the search button. (It’s a magnifying glass.)
- Watch as computer magic ensues in the background and our dictionary does its dance.
- The WordFinder unscramble tool delivers a list of every unscrambled word you could possibly play based on the letters you provide.
If you want to be extra fancy about it (and we encourage you to do so), take advantage of the advanced search functions too. Designate if you want to find words that start with, contain or end in certain letters. You can also say if you only want to see words that have a specific word length.
The WordFinder unscrambler is built to be a word gamer’s go-to tool for unscrambling letters in any game. Words With Friends®, Scrabble GO®, Jumble, Boggle® – if you need to make words from some mixed-up letters, we’ve got you covered. Give us anagrams. We’ll give you answers. It’s what we do.
Why You Need a Word Finder
You might need to unscramble letters to make words for all sorts of reasons. The most likely reason why you’ve ended up here is that you’re looking for a Scrabble® word finder to unearth high-scoring words. Crush the competition! Or you want to beat your friends in Words With Friends®. You can make words yourself, but a word finder does the heavy lifting for you.
Find Valid Words Only
Do you know what can be really frustrating? You come up with an awesome word to play, only to be told that it’s not a valid play. You swear that it’s a real word, so you whip out your dictionary… and sure enough, it’s not in there. Avoid that frustration from the start, because when you use our unscrambler, we’ll only show you valid words to play.
Solve Puzzles Quickly
Games like Scrabble GO®, Words With Friends® and Word Chums® seem like obvious enough places where a word unscrambler can come in handy. You’ll also love using it when solving crossword puzzles, playing Wheel of Fortune, or trying to get unstuck in other word puzzles too. Save your time and let us do the heavy lifting for you.
Win Word Games and Tournaments
Let’s be honest with ourselves. The best use for a word unscrambler is for winning your word games of choice. Enter your letters into our word unscrambler and you’ll not only get the possible words from those letters, but also how many points they’re worth in Scrabble® or Words With Friends®.
You know where else you’ll want to use this? In the weekly Wordscapes star and team tournaments! When time is of the essence and you want to find all the possible words as quickly as possible, we’re here to help.
Learn New Words Too
Some people don’t like to use a Scrabble® cheat to unscramble words for them, at least not for the actual moves they’re making in the game. We can respect that. At the same time, many of these same people choose to use our word unscrambler after the fact to see what words they could have played for more points. We can respect that even more.
You can learn all sorts of new words that you can then add to your arsenal for future play. An ever-growing vocabulary with more in-game experience sounds like a perfect winning formula to us!
And then you’ve got all those word jumbles for kids where an unscrambler can provide just the boost they need. When kids are happy, excited and motivated, they’ll keep at it and love learning new words!
Tips to Solve a Word Scramble
You’ve got some mixed letters and now you’ve got to unscramble words out of them. What’s the best approach? Here are some top tips for solving your next set of jumbled letters. Find the answers to the word puzzle in front of you.
Look for Common Patterns
The English language uses a lot of the same patterns and combinations in its words. Some letters often appear next to one another, so take advantage of this fact when you’re trying to unjumble those mixed up letters. Some common examples include CH (as in “cheese”), TH (as in “there”), and PH (as in “phone”).
Start Short, Play Long
If you start by looking for the longest words possible, you’ll probably just end up wasting your time. Instead, build on the idea from the previous tip. Look for common groupings of letters and look at how you might be able to string them together to form words that are longer.
Let’s say that you have the letters CH, and you’ve also got AEEER. Building on that CH, you might connect EA somehow. CHEA isn’t a word, but EACH is. And then you might add the R to the beginning to get REACH. Similarly, EE is a common combo. Combining CH and EE gives you CHEE, which isn’t a word, but adding that R to the end gives you CHEER.
Shuffle Those Tiles
Just about every game that involves unscrambling letters to form words offers some sort of “shuffle” option. It’s not a “hint” in the traditional sense, but the simple act of moving those letters around in a different order can help you see them in a whole new way. When you’re feeling stuck, mash on that shuffle button and see if a new word or letter combination pops out at you.
Try Systematic Combinations
This isn’t going to be the most interesting tip, but it could be the most useful, especially for circle word games like Wordscapes. You could say it’s the equivalent to the brute force strategy. Simply go through the possible unscrambled letters in a systematic way. For example, let’s say you have ADLMWY as your letters. AY is a common ending, so if you go through the other letters systematically, you get DAY, LAY, MAY and WAY. Similarly, AD is a common ending. That creates words like MAD and LAD.
Add Prefixes and Suffixes
Remember that first tip about starting short and playing long? Suffixes and prefixes can really help there. If you see letter combinations like ED and ING, see if you can add them to the end of the word you’ve already found. Similarly, you might be able to add RE or IN to the beginning of the word.
Remember to Use Plurals
This builds on the previous tip. If you have the letter S available to you, tack it onto the end of just about any word you create. This includes both nouns and verbs. It can sometimes work with adverbs and adjectives too! Always play both the singular and plural versions of words if you have an S around.
Use Our Word Unscrambler!
Of course, the best tip of all is just to use our handy word unscrambler! When you want to find a word in a hurry and you’re stuck scratching your head, simply enter your letters and we’ll form words for you. Need some 6-letter words to finish your Wordscapes level? Want some 7-letter words to get the bonus points in Scrabble GO® or Words With Friends®? We’ve got you covered.
Unscramble Letters to Make Words
Here we’re proud to offer you the best jumble solver on the internet. Our vast unscramble dictionary will help you unearth even the most obscure of words to play in your word games of choice. In fact, we let you choose the correct game dictionary so you can be sure your word list is valid.
Unscramble my word This resource will help your child learn more meanings of words.
For example, what words can you make with the letters ADEGINR?
- Deraign: To prove or to refute by proof, especially on threat of combat
- Gradine: One of a series of steps or seats arranged in tiers
- Grained: Having a grain or markings due to a particular arrangement, as in wood
- Reading: The act of looking at printed words and comprehending them
- Denari: The currency of Macedonia
- Gander: A male goose
- Reagin: An antibody found in the blood of individuals with a genetic predisposition to allergies
Don’t forget to take advantage of the advanced search options too. If you’ve got to find a word, let WordFinder do it for you.