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Overview

For Scrabble® and other word-game players, the winner's handbook is here! Become a master of the game with this essential guide for top-scoring play. You'll discover:
  • The 94 all-important two-letter words — in one handy list
  • A special section of over 800 three-letter words, 550 of which can be formed from two-letter words
  • All eight-letter words that can be formed from seven-letter words
  • Every word up to seven letters you can play!

Keep this invaluable Scrabble ® reference at your fingertips to make maximum use of high scoring letters, settle disputes, and increase your word-building power!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780671734565
  • Publisher: Pocket Books
  • Publication date: 10/28/1991
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 608
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.60 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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Scrabble Word Building Book


By Saleem Ahmed

Pocket

Copyright © 1991 Saleem Ahmed
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0671734563

Preface

The book you are holding has been a family project and a labor of love for more than seven years, but the conceptual seed was sown more than twenty-five years ago, when I was an agronomist in Pakistan. With leisure-time activities scarce, my Hawaiian-born sansei (third generation Japanese) wife, Yasmin, and I often played SCRABBLE®.

In Sukkar, a small town 350 miles north of Karachi, Pakistan, the competition was fierce (I usually lost). How many times I wished some little angel would come to my rescue -- especially late in the game, when openings were few, "choice" spots were already taken, and the desperation level was at an all-time high. The brain would race in all directions, the mind would turn to mush, and I would feverishly try to recall nursery rhymes and musical notes to find that two- or three-letter word that could help me win the game. Did the black sheep go ba-ba or baa-baa; and is the third musical note me or mi? Other questions that came up as my game improved: Does any letter come before KA (the spiritual self in old Egyptian religion)? Answer: OKA, a Turkish unit of weight. Or after OX? Answer: OXY, containing oxygen.

We permitted ourselves to consult the dictionary in our games, because this made the game a learning process also; but flipping through all alphabets to find a suitable connecting letter can be very time-consuming! Thus, secretly, we began to compile our own lists of important two- and three-letter words having high point values, such as JO and XIS (respectively a Scottish sweetheart and the plural of the fourteenth letter of the Greek alphabet). Still I usually lost.

As our lives become more hectic, we stopped playing SCRABBLE® until our daughters, Aisha and Seema, were old enough to play with us. As competitiveness returned, the thought of expanding our word lists into a book come to mind. When we acquired a computer seven years ago, the project was born.

Had we any notion then of the magnitude of the task we were embarking upon, we probably would have nipped the project in the bud. At first I envisioned our book to list only two- and three-letter words. So, Aisha and Seema pored over dictionaries and made a list of all such words. Then we sorted out 94 two-letter words and about 800 three-letter words commonly accepted in English. Of the latter, about 550 are "built up" by adding a letter to either the front or back of the two-letter words fisted. We entered all in the computer, and Yasmin helped with proofreading. Thus, our separate lists of two-letter and three-letter words came into being.

We then realized these were handy lists, but they certainly did not constitute a reference book. So, we decided to include four-, five-, six-, seven-, and buildable eight-letter words also. And with each new listing, our entries expanded in geometric proportions. After two years, when we were celebrating the completion of our task, it dawned on us that it would be highly irritating to the book's users to look at each list separately. Reluctantly we consolidated these separate listings into one alphabetical list. We used the seven-letter list as our base (it was the longest) and entered words from each of the other lists -- word by word -- in their proper alphabetical sequence. This took another year.

When we got down to celebrating again, another realization struck us: Our book listed only those words from which other words can be made, but what about words standing by themselves, from which no other word could be made? For example, can any letter be added either to the front or back of the common word QUIZ? Our book did not include this word at that time, since nothing can be added. Well, the reader would not know whether this was an oversight or whether nothing could be added to either its front or back. Then the stark realization gripped us: The only way to prevent the reader from having to use another dictionary to ensure that nothing could be added to QUIZ -- or that a word such as ZYMURGY (the branch of chemistry dealing with fermentation) existed in English -- would be to include in our book all words in the English language, even those standing by themselves.

So, back to the drawing board we went. This time we added all other words up to seven letters long which we had previously omitted. Another year's work. All together, more than 70,000 words are listed.

Anyway, here we are, seven years later, proud of our family project. The memory of the family having worked together over these years will certainly be treasured by all of us.

We hope using this book helps draw your family and friends closer together also.

We thank the National SCRABBLE® Association for examining sample sections of this book and offering useful suggestions.

To join the NSA, send $15.00 (foreign fee is $20.00 in U.S. funds) to:

National SCRABBLE® Association

Box 700

Greenport, NY 11944

USA

You'll receive a year's subscription to the SCRABBLE® NEWS (8 issues), a roster of official SCRABBLE® clubs throughout the U.S. and Canada, a membership card and information about local and regional SCRABBLE® tournaments.

We will appreciate your bringing to our attention any typos you detect, or other words you would like to suggest for inclusion in future editions of The SCRABBLE® Word-Building Book. Please send your comments to:

Saleem Ahmed

781 Eleele Place

Honolulu, Hl 96825

USA

Aloha!

Saleem Ahmed

Honolulu

January 1990

Copyright © 1991 by Saleem Ahmed



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Table of Contents

Contents

Preface

Introduction: How to Use The SCRABBLE® Word-Building Book

Two-Letter Word List

Three-Letter Word List

Main List

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Preface

Preface

The book you are holding has been a family project and a labor of love for more than seven years, but the conceptual seed was sown more than twenty-five years ago, when I was an agronomist in Pakistan. With leisure-time activities scarce, my Hawaiian-born sansei (third generation Japanese) wife, Yasmin, and I often played SCRABBLE®.

In Sukkar, a small town 350 miles north of Karachi, Pakistan, the competition was fierce (I usually lost). How many times I wished some little angel would come to my rescue -- especially late in the game, when openings were few, "choice" spots were already taken, and the desperation level was at an all-time high. The brain would race in all directions, the mind would turn to mush, and I would feverishly try to recall nursery rhymes and musical notes to find that two- or three-letter word that could help me win the game. Did the black sheep go ba-ba or baa-baa; and is the third musical note me or mi? Other questions that came up as my game improved: Does any letter come before KA (the spiritual self in old Egyptian religion)? Answer: OKA, a Turkish unit of weight. Or after OX? Answer: OXY, containing oxygen.

We permitted ourselves to consult the dictionary in our games, because this made the game a learning process also; but flipping through all alphabets to find a suitable connecting letter can be very time-consuming! Thus, secretly, we began to compile our own lists of important two- and three-letter words having high point values, such as JO and XIS (respectively a Scottish sweetheart and the plural of the fourteenth letter of the Greek alphabet). Still I usually lost.

As our lives become more hectic, we stopped playing SCRABBLE® until our daughters, Aisha and Seema, were old enough to play with us. As competitiveness returned, the thought of expanding our word lists into a book come to mind. When we acquired a computer seven years ago, the project was born.

Had we any notion then of the magnitude of the task we were embarking upon, we probably would have nipped the project in the bud. At first I envisioned our book to list only two- and three-letter words. So, Aisha and Seema pored over dictionaries and made a list of all such words. Then we sorted out 94 two-letter words and about 800 three-letter words commonly accepted in English. Of the latter, about 550 are "built up" by adding a letter to either the front or back of the two-letter words fisted. We entered all in the computer, and Yasmin helped with proofreading. Thus, our separate lists of two-letter and three-letter words came into being.

We then realized these were handy lists, but they certainly did not constitute a reference book. So, we decided to include four-, five-, six-, seven-, and buildable eight-letter words also. And with each new listing, our entries expanded in geometric proportions. After two years, when we were celebrating the completion of our task, it dawned on us that it would be highly irritating to the book's users to look at each list separately. Reluctantly we consolidated these separate listings into one alphabetical list. We used the seven-letter list as our base (it was the longest) and entered words from each of the other lists -- word by word -- in their proper alphabetical sequence. This took another year.

When we got down to celebrating again, another realization struck us: Our book listed only those words from which other words can be made, but what about words standing by themselves, from which no other word could be made? For example, can any letter be added either to the front or back of the common word QUIZ? Our book did not include this word at that time, since nothing can be added. Well, the reader would not know whether this was an oversight or whether nothing could be added to either its front or back. Then the stark realization gripped us: The only way to prevent the reader from having to use another dictionary to ensure that nothing could be added to QUIZ -- or that a word such as ZYMURGY (the branch of chemistry dealing with fermentation) existed in English -- would be to include in our book all words in the English language, even those standing by themselves.

So, back to the drawing board we went. This time we added all other words up to seven letters long which we had previously omitted. Another year's work. All together, more than 70,000 words are listed.

Anyway, here we are, seven years later, proud of our family project. The memory of the family having worked together over these years will certainly be treasured by all of us.

We hope using this book helps draw your family and friends closer together also.

We thank the National SCRABBLE® Association for examining sample sections of this book and offering useful suggestions.

To join the NSA, send $15.00 (foreign fee is $20.00 in U.S. funds) to:

National SCRABBLE® Association
Box 700
Greenport, NY 11944
USA

You'll receive a year's subscription to the SCRABBLE® NEWS (8 issues), a roster of official SCRABBLE® clubs throughout the U.S. and Canada, a membership card and information about local and regional SCRABBLE® tournaments.

We will appreciate your bringing to our attention any typos you detect, or other words you would like to suggest for inclusion in future editions of The SCRABBLE® Word-Building Book. Please send your comments to:

Saleem Ahmed
781 Eleele Place
Honolulu, Hl 96825
USA

Aloha!

Saleem Ahmed Honolulu January 1990

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Introduction

The book you are holding has been a family project and a labor of love for more than seven years, but the conceptual seed was sown more than twenty-five years ago, when I was an agronomist in Pakistan. With leisure-time activities scarce, my Hawaiian-born sansei third generation Japanese wife, Yasmin, and I often played SCRABBLE®.

In Sukkar, a small town 350 miles north of Karachi, Pakistan, the competition was fierce I usually lost. How many times I wished some little angel would come to my rescue -- especially late in the game, when openings were few, "choice" spots were already taken, and the desperation level was at an all-time high. The brain would race in all directions, the mind would turn to mush, and I would feverishly try to recall nursery rhymes and musical notes to find that two- or three-letter word that could help me win the game. Did the black sheep go ba-ba or baa-baa; and is the third musical note me or mi? Other questions that came up as my game improved: Does any letter come before KA the spiritual self in old Egyptian religion? Answer: OKA, a Turkish unit of weight. Or after OX? Answer: OXY, containing oxygen.

We permitted ourselves to consult the dictionary in our games, because this made the game a learning process also; but flipping through all alphabets to find a suitable connecting letter can be very time-consuming! Thus, secretly, we began to compile our own lists of important two- and three-letter words having high point values, such as JO and XIS respectively a Scottish sweetheart and the plural of the fourteenth letter of the Greek alphabet. Still I usually lost.

As our lives become more hectic, we stopped playing SCRABBLE® until our daughters, Aisha and Seema, were old enough to play with us. As competitiveness returned, the thought of expanding our word lists into a book come to mind. When we acquired a computer seven years ago, the project was born.

Had we any notion then of the magnitude of the task we were embarking upon, we probably would have nipped the project in the bud. At first I envisioned our book to list only two- and three-letter words. So, Aisha and Seema pored over dictionaries and made a list of all such words. Then we sorted out 94 two-letter words and about 800 three-letter words commonly accepted in English. Of the latter, about 550 are "built up" by adding a letter to either the front or back of the two-letter words fisted. We entered all in the computer, and Yasmin helped with proofreading. Thus, our separate lists of two-letter and three-letter words came into being.

We then realized these were handy lists, but they certainly did not constitute a reference book. So, we decided to include four-, five-, six-, seven-, and buildable eight-letter words also. And with each new listing, our entries expanded in geometric proportions. After two years, when we were celebrating the completion of our task, it dawned on us that it would be highly irritating to the book's users to look at each list separately. Reluctantly we consolidated these separate listings into one alphabetical list. We used the seven-letter list as our base it was the longest and entered words from each of the other lists -- word by word -- in their proper alphabetical sequence. This took another year.

When we got down to celebrating again, another realization struck us: Our book listed only those words from which other words can be made, but what about words standing by themselves, from which no other word could be made? For example, can any letter be added either to the front or back of the common word QUIZ? Our book did not include this word at that time, since nothing can be added. Well, the reader would not know whether this was an oversight or whether nothing could be added to either its front or back. Then the stark realization gripped us: The only way to prevent the reader from having to use another dictionary to ensure that nothing could be added to QUIZ -- or that a word such as ZYMURGY the branch of chemistry dealing with fermentation existed in English -- would be to include in our book all words in the English language, even those standing by themselves.

So, back to the drawing board we went. This time we added all other words up to seven letters long which we had previously omitted. Another year's work. All together, more than 70,000 words are listed.

Anyway, here we are, seven years later, proud of our family project. The memory of the family having worked together over these years will certainly be treasured by all of us.

We hope using this book helps draw your family and friends closer together also.

We thank the National SCRABBLE® Association for examining sample sections of this book and offering useful suggestions.

To join the NSA, send $15.00 foreign fee is $20.00 in U.S. funds to:

National SCRABBLE® Association
Box 700
Greenport, NY 11944
USA

You'll receive a year's subscription to the SCRABBLE® NEWS 8 issues, a roster of official SCRABBLE® clubs throughout the U.S. and Canada, a membership card and information about local and regional SCRABBLE® tournaments.

We will appreciate your bringing to our attention any typos you detect, or other words you would like to suggest for inclusion in future editions of The SCRABBLE® Word-Building Book. Please send your comments to:

Saleem Ahmed
781 Eleele Place
Honolulu, Hl 96825
USA

Aloha!

Saleem Ahmed Honolulu January 1990

Copyright © 1991 by Saleem Ahmed

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  • Posted February 22, 2010

    Incomplete

    We found this book to be incomplete. I had printed out Offical Scrabble lists of two and three letter words (J,K,X & Z only), from the internet and found many of them are not listed in this dictionary. Consequently, we raely use it.

    11 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2011

    Where is this book going

    Omg where is this book going!!!! This book was useless to buy i feel like i am crazy from reading this useless book, who ever wrote this book is a bad writer

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 4, 2011

    Another Useless Book

    You are better off with your free phone apps than this waste of time book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2011

    I give this one star.

    This is not a user friendly book. Very hard to flip back and forth.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 12, 2011

    Not helpful!

    This was definitely NOT what I was looking for!!!

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2002

    A Must Have for Serious Scrabble players

    This book has improved my score. Would recommend it to any level scrabble player.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2000

    links letters to fronts and backs of existing words

    it's great to find out what letters can go in front of a word! I've ejoyed this book for ten years and my copy is now in shreds. So if you are just starting or are a Scabble pro give the 'Word Building Book a try.'

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    Posted September 16, 2013

    Pinkie and co.

    PINKIE: *Spits out confetti and hiccups.* <p>

    LUNA: Pinkie stop it! <p>

    FIRELFY: *She high-fives RD.* Nice one!

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    Posted September 16, 2013

    Rainbow Dash

    *Kicks the cloud she's on so that thunder rols and lightning flashes, but it only lasts for a second. It was meant to scare Pinkie into hiccuping.*

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    The authors did a lot of work in compiling this list of Scrabble

    The authors did a lot of work in compiling this list of Scrabble words, and it's just the type of list that I was needing. It
    would be better if the compilers would divide the &quot;Main&quot; section into linkable alphabetized sub-sections.

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