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words in our database with advanced search filters. The perfect word finder tool when your vocabulary runs out of words. Easily solve any word game!

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Easy to Use

Relax and grab your favorite cup of coffee – Americano anyone?

1. Second Unit

Get a separate device for finding new words. It’s cumbersome to use the same device for both playing and unscrambling words.

2. Unscramble

Almost all word games will give you a set of letters to generate words from. Enter them in the ‘Find words from’ input field.

3. Good to Go

Click or tap the ‘SEARCH’ button and see all the candidate words. It’s optional to enter other parameters for your word search.

4. Filter

Your word list will show all the possible words including DELETED entries that do not match your criteria but are close enough.

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Search Filters

Filter and fine tune the results. Get only the words you need!

Start with

Use this if you already know the starting letter of the word you are searching. You can enter a single letter or up to 5 letters.

End with

Use this if you are looking for a word that ends with a specific letter. You can enter a single letter or up to 5 letters.

Containing

Use this if you are looking for words that contain certain letters in the middle. It’s best to enter several letters on this field.

Of Length

This is a good filter to specify the length of the word you are searching for. Enter any number from 2 to 15.

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Find Words

Try these selection of words frequently searched by our users

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Word Lists

We didn’t invent these words

ENABLE

ENABLE is an acronym for Enhanced North American Benchmark LExicon. It is a public domain list used by many word games including Words With Friends.

NWL

The NASPA Word List is the official lexicon used in competitive Scrabble® plays in the US, Canada, and Thailand. Previously known as TWL or Tournament Word List.

CSW

The Collins Scrabble Words is the official list for UK and other countries excluding US, Canada, and Thailand. Popular by it’s other name – SOWPODS. It contains more entries than NWL.

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We’re Open 24/7

WordFinder.Cafe is open to serve you 24 hours a day – 7 days a week.

Open 24/7

This is the perfect helper when you get stuck on a word game and is available to you 24/7. Young or old, playing word games is a good way to exercise your vocabulary. It’s fun to play until you run out of words and get stuck. You can either give up or be resourceful in finding those difficult game-winning words. Brain drain as they say. Don’t give up yet! WordFinder.Cafe is here to give you a helping hand. Let’s make playing every word game a fun activity.

Are you ready? What words can you come up from this coffee drink – FRAPPE?

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Dictionary Lookup

Look up the meaning of words that are of interest to you

Dictionary

One of the easiest ways to expand your vocabulary is to look up words while playing a word game. Encountering a new term from a game is more exciting than seeing it from a book or magazine. It makes you wonder why you didn’t think of that word. Exposing yourself to unfamiliar words will help you remember them better.

An online dictionary is helpful if used properly. We made this easy by incorporating three authoritative sources — no need to visit another website to find a definition. Check out the “word of the day” in the next section or use the form below to perform a dictionary search.

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Word of the Day

Improve your vocabulary and learn something new everyday.

Yesterday

3 March 2021

HATCH

(verb) inlay with narrow strips or lines of a different substance such as gold or silver, for the purpose of decorating

Today

4 March 2021

AGNOSTIC

(noun) a person who claims that they cannot have true knowledge about the existence of God (but does not deny that God might exist)

Tomorrow

5 March 2021

IMAGE

(noun) an iconic mental representation; “her imagination forced images upon her too awful to contemplate”

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Fun Coffee Facts

The smell of a fresh coffee brew is intoxicating. Get a free trivia on every page.

According to Guinness World Records, the largest coffee shop is the Al Masaa Café, which has 1,050 seats. The coffee shop was inaugurated in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on 13 August 2014.

The world’s most expensive coffee costs more than US$700 per kilogram. Asian palm civet – a cat-like creature in Indonesia, eats fruits, including select coffee cherries. It excretes partially digested seeds that produce a smooth, less acidic brew of coffee called kopi luwak.

As of 2019, Starbucks opens a new store every 15 hours in China. The coffee chain has grown by 700% over the past decade.

The first coffee-house in Mecca dates back to the 1510s. The beverage was in Turkey by the 1530s. It appeared in Europe circa 1515-1519 and was introduced to England by 1650. By 1675 the country had more than 3,000 coffee houses, and coffee had replaced beer as a breakfast drink.

The word “coffee” entered the English language in 1582 via the Dutch “koffie,” borrowed from the Ottoman Turkish “kahve,” borrowed in turn from the Arabic “qahwah.” The Arabic word qahwah was traditionally held to refer to a type of wine.