Words With Friends Word Builder
You should think of each letter tile in Words With Friends as a building block in the formation of words. Word building will not only improve your spelling of difficult words but also learn the meaning of new words. You do need to work with the letters you have selected so be sure and consider swapping letters only if necessary. When you look at the letters on your rack, always consider balance. In other words, double check to see if there is a right mix, or balance, of vowels and consonants. For example, you might want to consider forming a word that will help you eliminate repetitive or double letters even if you do not get a lot of points for it; it would be better to play this type of move early on in the game rather than late in the game when you do not want to take any drastic measures and settling for less points. Most players prefer to maintain a balance of four consonants and three vowels on their rack. If you have three or four I tiles, it would be a good idea to find the best possible word using multiple vowels with this Words With Friends cheat.
Deciding when to build which words is also a helpful strategy. In other words, review the board and look at what letters have already been played. For instance, if only a couple of E tiles were played, you might want to consider building the word BEER instead of BEAR. Doing this could make it less likely for you to select and draw a double tile. Conserving common letters to build words is another tactic. For example, if you plan on playing a long word or even creating a word bingo, you should conserve the most common letters and save them to create a word bingo. The most common letters to save for this purpose are A, E, I, N, R and S. Although Q is not a common letter, many players fear this letter thinking that it will be a nuisance more than a blessing. Well, I guess it depends when you get the letter Q. If you select the Q at the very end, you might as well walk under a ladder or allow a black cat to cross your path because luck is not on your side at this point. However, if you select the Q earlier on in the game, you can be a lot more fortunate since it is worth 10 points. Just be sure to learn and memorize word lists that concern the letter Q, including two-letter words and words with Q without the U. Memorizing the two-letter and three-letter words that use high point value letters like the J, X, Z, and Q will help you build words quickly. Knowing the words XI, ZA, QI, and JO will help you get out of a bind more than once. You should also know that these words can be pluralized with the exception of JO. Another way of building words is using prefixes and suffixes. By adding a prefix to the beginning of a word or a suffix to the end of a word, you can give the word a whole new meaning all while maximizing your points. Learning and trying to memorize a a list of common prefixes and suffixes will help you build better words. Some of the common prefixes are un-, re-, and out-. Some of the more common suffixes are -ing, -ier, or -ed. The Words With Friends Cheat is a helpful resource with the word list memorization.
- In the RACK box, enter your letters to find the best possible word by clicking on SEARCH. Use a question mark to designate a blank tile.
- If you want to use a specific beginning or ending for a word by using existing letters on the board, enter the letter or set of letters that your word must begin or end with in the PREFIX or SUFFIX box accordingly..
- Select SCORE to filter results by maximum point value, or select LENGTH to filter results by the number of letters in a word.