57 words you may not have known you could use in Scrabble

Like many PR Daily readers, I enjoy a friendly game of Scrabble now and then. Well, maybe “friendly” isn’t the best way to describe it. I’m actually a merciless Scrabble player.

It goes back to when I was 10 and playing Scrabble with my older sister. She wouldn’t let me put “zit” on the triple word score because she insisted “zit” wasn’t a word. Furious, I quit the game, flipped over the board, and swore I would never again play Scrabble with my sister.

For those who’ve had similar experiences playing Scrabble, here is a list of high scoring, Scrabble-acceptable words with links to their definitions. While you’re playing, you might as well boost your vocabulary, right?

Two-letter words

Three-letter words

Four-letter words

Five-letter words

6-letter words

7-letter words

More Scrabble-acceptable words are available at the Hasbro Scrabble Resource site. You can also check to see if a word is in the Scrabble dictionary at the Hasbro’s Scrabble tools site.

Any other words to add to the list?

This post was first published on Ragan Communication’s PR Daily.

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