Cheat On Words With Friends Builder
Word building techniques are important to learn when trying to win at Words With Friends. As you know by now, it is important to build your vocabulary by using this cheat tool. Learning and memorizing specific word lists will help you reach a much more advanced level of game-playing. Think of memorizing word lists as sort of a backup plan when you are stuck in a bind and can’t figure out which words to link together. Most of the time, getting stuck means getting stuck with certain known difficult letters that do not necessarily link to most letters that often. In other words, the letters J, Q, Z, X, and K can be quite problematic if you are not well prepared. Learning how to build words using these letters is very helpful and can be done by using this cheat tool. You can start the word building process by shuffling the seven letters you have on your rack. This process, called rack management, focuses on moving letters around on your rack by rearranging the letters. Sometimes, when you continually rearrange your letters, you might accidentally fall upon a word you did not know you even had to begin with.
Rack management gives you an opportunity to look at your letters from various perspectives. If you distinguish certain common beginnings or endings to words from the letters you have on your rack, you will build words at a much faster pace. For example, if you have the letters I, N, and G, you know that many words have the common suffix -ing. Thus, if the word BEAT is on the board, you can simply build a different form of the word by adding the suffix -ing to form the word BEATING. A much more advanced word building move would be to add a prefix and suffix at the same time to a word that is already on the board. For instance, if the word LAND is on the board, you can add OUT to the beginning and the suffix -ISH to the ending to form the new word OUTLANDISH. Always remember that when there is a word on the board, it always has the potential for becoming an entirely new word or another version of the word. The word transformation technique is critical to master for becoming a better player. For example, if the word IN is placed on the board, you can add the letter K to the beginning and the letter G to the end of the word, creating the new word KING. Now, with the word KING on the board, you can add the letters BI to the front of the word KING to form the new word BIKING. It is a matter of seeing more than what is already there on the board. Try to use existing letters on the board if you are unable to build a great word with the letters you already have on your rack. In Words With Friends, building a word bingo is worth 35 points. But, if you have the letter X and are able to place this letter on a triple multiplier square, you may want to reconsider going for the bingo and building a shorter word with the letter X since you can possibly yield more points than what the word bingo would be worth. Knowing when and where to build words during Words With Friends is what this cheat tool can help you with. Not only can you learn to build words with such things as prefixes and suffixes with this cheat tool, but you can simultaneously build your vocabulary by learning all of these new words you come across while playing the game.
- 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.