To improve your Scrabble or Words with Friends game, you need to study word lists. For Scramble, we have something quite similar.

 

If you're a Boggle fanatic, then it goes without saying that you've been playing Scramble with Friends ever since its release. The ease of playing whenever and wherever you can with whomever you please is a great feature that Boggle lovers definitely appreciate. Of course, since the game has become so popular, there is an increasing need to improve your gameplay if you want to keep winning games. For Scrabble enthusiasts, the best initial strategy is to increase their vocabulary through word lists. In comparison, Scramble fanatics can do something similar.

As any Scramble player knows, the object of the game is to find the most number of words on the 4x4 grid by connecting the letters diagonally, vertically, or horizontally. And though an extensive vocabulary is helpful, it can still be quite hard to find words when the letters are all in a scramble (pun intended). Of course, you can use a Scramble helper to assist you but that may be too time-consuming. Breaking down the board into smaller parts will help make things easier as well. But even if you do this, you will still need to look for all the possible words and that too will take up some of your precious time. So, the really best thing that you can do is to start learning what possible words you can form from a block of 2x2 letters. Now, you may be thinking that there are numerous letter combinations out there, how can you possibly cover them all? Well, you can't. But, if you do this, you will at least speed up the time it takes you to find words in some letter combos giving you more time to work on those combinations which you don't have a list in mind. By discovering more words, you will invariably gain more points and possibly win the game. With that in mind, here are some letter combos and the words that you can form from them:

AEST – ATES, EAST, EATS, ETAS, SATE, SEAT, SETA, TEAS

AERS – ARES, ARSE, EARS, ERAS, RASE, SEAR, SERA

AILR – ARIL, LAIR, LARI, LIAR, LIRA, RAIL, RIAL

ASTW – STAW, SWAT, TAWS, TWAS, WAST, WATS

OPST – OPTS, POST, POTS, SPOT, STOP, TOPS

OSTW – STOW, SWOT, TOWS, TWOS, WOST, WOTS

AEHT – EATH, HAET, HATE, HEAT, THAE

AELS – ALES, LASE, LEAS, SALE, SEAL

AELT – LATE, TAEL, TALE, TEAL, TELA

AELV – LAVE, LEVA, VALE, VEAL, VELA

AEMN – AMEN, MANE, MEAN, NAME, NEMA

AEMT – MATE, MEAT, META, TAME, TEAM

AEPR – APER, PARE, PEAR, RAPE, REAP

AEPS – APES, APSE, PASE, PEAS, SPAE

ALPS – ALPS, LAPS, PALS, SALP, SLAP

ALST – ALTS, LAST, LATS, SALT, SLAT

ANSW – AWNS, SAWN, SNAW, SWAN, WANS

APRT – PART, PRAT, RAPT, TARP, TRAP

ARST – ARTS, RATS, STAR, TARS, TSAR

DEER – DEER, DERE, DREE, REDE, REED

DEIL – DEIL, DELI, DIEL, IDLE, LIED

DEIT – DIET, DITE, EDIT, TIDE, TIED

ENOS – EONS, NOES, NOSE, ONES, SONE

EORS – EROS, ORES, ROES, ROSE, SORE

ERSU – RUES, RUSE, SUER, SURE, USER

HIST – HIST, HITS, SHIT, SITH, THIS

HOST – HOST, HOTS, SHOT, SOTH, TOSH

ILST – LIST, LITS, SILT, SLIT, TILS

IORT – RIOT, ROTI, TIRO, TORI, TRIO

NOSW – NOWS, OWNS, SNOW, SOWN, WONS

By learning these words, it will be like you have your own Scramble helper in your head. And it will be so much faster. Once you know these by heart, you can even start making your own lists. To make sure that you know all the words you can build from the letter combos you choose, you can use a Scramble helper to list them all down for you. Just don't forget, after all this hard work and learning, ultimately Scramble with Friends is all about fun.

 

 

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