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Often when I play Scrabble, there comes arguments if a word is ok or not.... having a dedicated dictionary for the game would be great!
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||A dictionarty - great idea - but what is it?
||A book that tells you how to enunciate statements on Art, shirley ?
||Logically, there should also be a Reverse Scrabble Dictionary which consists of just the definitions without the words.
||Like rhyming dictionaries are sorted by (reverse) soundex/phonemes so words which rhyme are near eachother. I suppose that though it wouldn't take much to sort by word-score (easy to do with an app, which you could identify letter/word scores), it wouldn't be in the spirit of the game