Using only your seven tiles and none that are already on the board, the highest score possible is QUARTZY, with the Z on a double letter score, across the triple word score space - plus the 50-point bonus for using all tiles. 164 points.
1 Answers · Education & Reference · 06/04/2017
... to teach you words they like. Play word games like Scrabble , crosswords and hangman.
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Yes, there are rules governing comparatives and superlatives. How do nonnative speakers navigate those rules? They do it the same way native speakers do: memorization.
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101 http://www.wordfind.com/two-letter- scrabble -words/
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Now Eng. regional (south.). 1.a. A row or line of things or persons; a line or extent of something; a rank, a series. Now only in specific use (see senses 1b and 1c). b. spec. A hedgerow (also more fully hay-rew, hedge-rew); (also) a row of trees (cf. shaw n.1...
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