The unofficial fan site for enthusiasts of Words With Friends
Some of you gave some feedback that the paid version of the game was out of sync with the word validator on this site. Thanks to some help from David, the list should now be fully up-to-date. Thanks for your patience.
curret and currets
You need to add these words:
(that’s just from one afternoon)
I can’t believe how many obsolete, lexicographic artifacts you allow and how many common words you prohibit.
Foilers is a word. Can this be updated in WWF? How long does this take to happen? Thanks
WWF won’t let me play “Aries”. Aries is a dictionary word.
the word enduct or enducts is considered a valid word in your word search, when I tried to play the word, it was not considered valid. The word is in your search dictionary.
Does not accept the word Concho, which is a decorative metal ornament attached to leatherwork; such as saddles and purses.
Looking to add the word HOOSIER
Doesn’t accept “Velcro.”
inline was not accepted. There goes the Olympics.
Cacoon not being accepted as a word.
WWF is saying Hawaii is not an acceptable word! What????
“Mulga” is a real Australian word but it is not allowed.
Why won’t WWF allow me to play indians?
How can Waugh (as in writer Evelyn) be a word yet pho (Vietnamese soup) and quo (as in status quo) not be words?? WWF staff nedd to check out a dictionary of words accepted in English language!
‘Endurer’ is obviously a valid dictionary word. Words with friends finds it unacceptable.
The word SPATZLES is a valid word, yet Words With Friends keeps saying it is not a valid word and won’t let me play it! Please fix this!
Niggle is surely an acceptable word. It means to worry!
It still won’t let you have niggle. It is definitely a word. It is in my Collin’s dictionary.
Website seem broken…
No right hand side menu except
error message under Registraion:
Couldn’t execute SELECT * FROM networdswithfriends.M2014_05
Litote is a rhetorical device. How is it not a valid word?
The word “storer” is a valid dictionary word. Something or someone that stores, e.g. a storer of energy or food.
The spanish words huevo (egg) and queso (cheese) are not accepted.