Words With Friends Dictionary

The Words With Friends Dictionary is based on the ENABLE dictionary. New Toy, Inc. and now Zynga have made up dates to the dictionary (typically adding words) with updates to the app itself, so in theory, it is possible that an opponent could play words that you cannot, if they have a new (or the latest) version of the app and you have an older one. There are plenty of sites out there with search tools to see if a word is valid and part of the Words With Friends dictionary. Here are a few links:

Scraddle – Words With Friends Dictionary

Scraddle is the best Scrabble and Words With Friends Helper site on the net. Put simply, we know there are lots of other sites out there with Scrabble dictionaries, Words With Friends dictionaries.
Scraddle – Words With Friends Dictionary

Words With Friends Cheat – Words With Friends Dictionary

Words With Friends Cheat is a cheat site for the games Words With Friends, Scrabble, Wordfeud, Wordwise, Wordsmith and Lexulous. Use the Words With Friends Dictionary page to search to see if a word can be played
Words With Friends Cheat – Words With Friends Dictionary

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2 Responses to “Words With Friends Dictionary”

  1. Peggy #

    I don’t want to cheat. I just want to use a standard American or TWL dictionary for Words with Friends. It just disallowed a perfectly correct English word that the Scrabble dictionary accepts.

    July 22, 2012 at 3:08 am Reply
    • admin #

      Words With Friends does not use the Scrabble Dictionary – SOWPODS or TWL. The Words With Friends Dictionary is a custom variation of the ENABLE dictionary. Zynga has added some words and removed others to customize it to the liking of their core user base. There are quite a few words that are in the TWL dictionary and are valid in Scrabble that are not valid words in Words With Friends.

      WWFC Admin

      July 22, 2012 at 3:35 am Reply

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