tools and articles for letters and words

Word trivia

You love word trivia and interesting facts about words? So do we. This “word trivia” page is following our affinity and is going to list articles about interesting word facts or unknown English language trivia.

Word Cognition Makes Scrambled Letters Readable

created on by

Due to Word Cognition we are able to read texts full of scrambled letters. word-grabber.com explains.

» read more

How to Solve a Cryptic Crossword

Cryptic Crossword

created on by

In a cryptic crossword there are a number of unwritten rules, keys that need to be known and used in order to unlock each answer, providing that you understand them and know how to use them. This article will provide you ten hint for solving cryptic crosswords.

» read more

Schools in Abu Dhabi Introduce Scrabble Program

created on by

The capital city of the United Arab Emirates will start a Scrabble program this September, when classes resume. Classrooms will then change into playgrounds for the most popular word game which should make the school to a more exciting place for students.

» read more

Scrabble in Literature, Movies and on TV

created on by

Scrabble is a major part of popular culture, as you can see by its extensive use in literature, movies and TV shows. Sometimes Scrabble is simply used in a scene, other times it actually contributes to the story, and yet again sometimes it even is the story. Find some examples in the article.

» read more

The Most Beautiful Words in the English Language

beautiful english words

created on by

The English Language includes a lot of words that people find beautiful. These words seem to follow certain characteristics that sort them into certain groups. Some examples will help specify why people find these particular words beautiful.

» read more

Cheating at Scrabble

Scrabble Cheats - Word Grabber logo

created on by

It is as old as gaming itself. Many might have thought about it in desperate situations in gaming, whether they should or they should not pick this unfair method to fool their opponents. Cheating is always used, when a player has a problem, that he can´t solve with his own abilities.

» read more

What is the longest word in English?

station sign of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch

created on by

If you want to impress your friends with an extensive knowledge of the English language, there are plenty of options available which will enable you to do so. If you’re wondering what is the longest word in English, here are some examples:

» read more

How much does luck affect a typical Scrabble game?

created on by

Diehard Scrabble players know that it’s not enough to have inexhaustible vocabulary to win a game, but to have at least as much luck on your side. To what extend these two aspects influence a game, shows a study of a professor in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University, Andrew C. Thomas.

» read more

Alphabet soup

Alphabet Soup "My Brother is..."

created on by

Grown up with alphabet soup? Some ideas on and a short history of the best food for word game enthusiasts.

» read more

The longest Word without Vowels

Myrrh Word without Vowels

created on by

If you’re the kind of person who always seems to get stuck with a load of consonants when playing Scrabble, why not try a few of the longest words without vowels? Here are a few of the most interesting longest words without vowels starting with a couple which can’t be used for Scrabble, but which are useful to know nevertheless.

» read more