More than just a free word checker, this page is the ultimate resource for the dictionary in Words With Friends. Type a word and we'll validate it, and you'll also receive variations, scores, word suggestions, and links to load your results into our powerful anagram and board solvers!
Get word tips for the Words With Friends dictionary!
This tool does much more than just find acceptable words for WWF, it can help you become a better speller! Each word you lookup gives you a word list of ways to pair it with other letter on the board. The word checker shows you how to extend your word on either side, with quick links to sending those recommendations into our powerful anagram and board solvers.
Even if the word you searched doesn't exist or is spelled wrong, you will still see recommendations for real words made from it if they exist. This is also true if for any reason a word doesn't have a definition. If it's in the wordswithfriendsdictionary, our tool will find it.
Our WWF dictionary is always up to date and free of misspellings. You'll learn all sorts of words you didn't know about. See some of our example searches above to see what we mean!
How to Use
Type any word into the box above and tap Check Word.
You will be shown whether the word exists in the Words With Friends 2 dictionary, as well as the word definition.
Whether or not it's an acceptable word, our Word Lookup app will scan the wwf dictionary for other words that can easily lead into the one you searched for:
Word Extensions: Easy ways to add onto your word. For example, any easy plural that can be formed with one or two extra letters will be displayed here. You may also see conjugations and declensions like -er, -ed, -y, and so on if they exist.
Leading Words: Words on the board that your search can append to. These are longer words that end in your searched word. For example, ICE + PICK. Scan this list and pick out any words on the board that match, then add your searched word to it for high scores.
Long Extensions: Less common, high-point words that might be in your rack. You can usually add three letters to words in English. For example, -ing, -ier, -ant, -ent, -ive, -ors. These are harder to achieve in a game, but frequently lead to power plays.