> Most people think of the words in this list as proper nouns, or perhaps abbreviations- both of which are not allowed in regulation Scrabble play. But it is not uncommon for words to have more than one meaning in English. If there is any use of the word that does not have to be capitalized- then it’s a valid play. And if you know acceptable words that don’t sound as though they are acceptable words- you might have a real advantage over your opponent. Try these on for size:
Fun stuff, yes?(NOTE: This post does not include information contained in the 5th Edition Scrabble Player’s Dictionary or updated Official Word List.)
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