Cheat On With Friends Maker

Cheat On Words With Friends Maker

Making words in Words With Friends is an important aspect of honing your skills every time you play the game.  This cheat tool will help you make words out of letters you thought could not produce a single word.  You can make words by typing in your rack letters in the search box  and click on ‘Search Words’.  You can also create different words by entering your rack letters or letters that already appear on the board and then choosing the prefix or suffix feature.  This Words With Friends cheat helps you make words from your tiles so you do not always have to rely on your memory if you are stuck at any point in the game.  However, keep in mind that it is also important to memorize word lists as best that you can to become a much better player.  Memorization is a great skill for learning new word lists.  Memorizing the two-letter and even three-letter word lists for Words With Friends will only prove to be beneficial when it comes to making words and linking them together.  If you believe you may not be able to know all these word lists yet, then you should rely on this Words With Friends cheat to assist you in creating the best words that will maximize your points and help you win the game.

Your Rack :
(Use ?s for Blank Tiles.)

Prefix :       or and      Suffix :

or Anywhere :

When you have a rack of letters, it is important to shuffle them around a few times to help you make a word your eyes may have missed on at first glance.  It is similar to  making anagrams.  You rearrange letters to form new words.  When you use this cheat tool to help you create words, you will also improve your vocabulary and spelling skills.  This cheat uses the ENABLE word list, which is the official word list for Words With Friends.  ENABLE is the acronym for Enhanced North American Benchmark Lexicon.  Although it is natural to try to impress your important with a very long word and increase your points, it is important to remember that words that are longer than 16 letters can’t be used in the Words With Friends because there is simply not enough space on the game board for a word of this length.  When trying to make a word, keep the length under 16 letters.  So, in this case, longer does not always mean better.  It is also not a good idea to produce a long word to just get a word bingo if a shorter word could have yielded more points depending on the placement of the shorter word.  Also, when you create shorter words, it can possibly help you in forming parallel words on the board.  For example, if the word ATE appears on the board, you can play HAM directly above ATE.  As a result, you will score points for the word HAM, AH, TA, and ME.  This is a great strategy because playing parallel words makes it rather difficult for your opponent  to play a word using that area since a set of parallel words creates an obstacle at times to simplify the word linking process altogether.  Making two-letter words and three-letter words are very useful in forming hooks and parallel words.  It is sometimes even more impressive than making one longer word.  Pluralizing words is another way to make new words on the board, either with the letter S or by using a blank tile as a substitute for the letter S.  But if you form another word when you do pluralize, you can earn big points.  For instance, if the word FEAR is already on the board, you can add an S at the end to form the word FEARS.  If you add the word SCARE by pluralizing the word FEAR to FEARS, your points will multiply and make a big difference.  In fact, using this Words With Friends cheat will definitely make a big difference in your game, and it will be all for the better.


  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Select SCORE to filter results by maximum point value, or select LENGTH to filter results by the number of letters in a word.