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Uncommon 4 Letter Words for that Scrabble Game

By Nkem Egenuka on Wed, 11/07/2018 - 21:07

Scrabble is a word game in which two to four players score points by placing tiles bearing a single letter onto a board divided into a 15×15 grid of squares. It that is played by 2, 3 or 4 people, each player has to put a word on the board. The tiles must form words in crossword and read left to right in rows or downwards in columns. The words must be defined in a standard dictionary or lexicon. Skills needed are advanced vocabulary and spelling.

The game has been translated into 29 languages and over 150 million games have been sold across the world.

To excel in your scrabble game, you have to learn two letter words, there letter words and four letter words. There are 5454 four letter words in all and scrabble lovers are most likely to master them so that they can win that challenging scrabble game.

Four letter words are important because enable you to balance your rack when you have too many vowels or too many consonants and have inflections that are seven letters or more, invariably increasing your bingo knowledge.

Uncommon Four Letter Words

  • ZAGS (sharp turns)
  • ZANY (buffoonish)
  • ZAPS (electrical shocks)
  • ZARF (an ornamental container)
  • ZEAL (strong eagerness)
  • ZEBU (a domesticated ox)
  • ZEDS (plural of "z")
  • ZEES (plural of "z")
  • ZEIN (a type of protein)
  • ZEKS (inmates in a Soviet labor camp)

 

  • ZERK (a grease fitting)
  • ZERO (nothing)
  • ZEST (gusto)
  • ZETA (sixth letter of the Greek alphabet)
  • ZIGS (sharp turns)
  • ZILL (a small metallic cymbal)
  • ZINC (a metallic element)
  • ZING (a high-pitched humming sound)
  • ZIPS (moves very quickly)

 

  • ZITI (a type of pasta)
  • ZITS (plural of zit)
  • ZOEA (larval stage of crustaceans)
  • ZOIC (pertaining to animals)
  • ZONE (a region)
  • ZONK (an unfavorable card or token)
  • ZOOM (to move quickly)
  • ZOON (an animal; the sole product of a single egg)
  • ZOOS (plural of zoo)
  • ZORI (a Japanese sandal)
  • ZYME (an enzyme)

 

  • FIZZ (to make a hissing or sputtering sound)
  • FOZY (lacking in freshness)
  • FRIZ (to curl hair tightly)
  • FUTZ (to spend time aimlessly)
  • FUZE (to equip with a detonating device)

 

  • FUZZ (to become fuzzy)
  • GAZE (to look intently)
  • GAZY (given to gazing)
  • GEEZ (a mild oath)
  • GIZZ (a wig)
  • HAZE (to make a shimmering vapour)
  • HAZY (unclear)
  • HIZZ (to hiss- to make a sibilant sound)

 

  • IZAR (an outer garment worn by Muslim women)
  • JAZY (a wig)
  • JAZZ (to liven up the beat)
  • JEEZ (a mild oath)
  • JIZZ (characteristic features)
  • KAZI (a lavatory, also KHAZI, CARSEY, KARZY, KARSY, KARSEY)
  • KUZU (a thickening agent used in a macrobiotic diet)
  • LAZE (to pass time idly)
  • LAZO (to catch with a long rope with a running noose)

 

Sources

www.word-buff.com

www.thesprucecrafts.com

en.wikipedia.org

mentalfloss.com

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