Provide up to 15 letters available to you. Use up to 2 wildcards (?). Eg. "abcde??"
Filter results by words that start with, or end in a specific set of characters. Eg. "hel" = > (hello, hell)
Filter results for words with a given substring. Eg. "ell" => (hello, stella)
Filter results for words with characters at a specific position. Eg. "j__l_" => (jelly)
Filter results by word length if you know which length you are looking for.
Anagrams are words or phrases you spell by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. Readers of the Harry Potter series know that Lord Voldemort’s full name is an anagram of his actual name, and some people even play games challenging one another to make anagrams relevant to the original term. For example, school master can be turned into the classroom, punishments becomes nine thumps and debit card turns into bad credit.
How does this help with word games? Easily, it forces you to start reimagining your tiles in a less confusing way. You are looking to make any sort of phrase or word instead of struggling with what appears on the board and the rack.
Using Anagram Maker
Now, you may still not see how anagramming can really help you win at word games. However, just think about it for a moment. If you have the board in front of you, and it is loaded with an array of pre-existing words and open spaces, your strategy demands you consider the most lucrative moves. It is not just about making the longest word, but more about the words that give the most points. Anagram tools, like ours, give you solutions with anywhere from two to six or more letters. You can then use them to plug into the available spaces, finding the highest points possible.
Start playing with the anagram generator and discover the surprising number of options just a single collection of tiles can yield.