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Posted by George Freund on May 21, 2015 at 10:25 AM

Good morning, Mr. Phelps.... Your mission... should you decide to accept it, is to break the Scrabble Code.

Thousands of new words added to Scrabble dictionary

Thousands of new words - including slang terms lolz, shizzle and obvs - have been added to the latest Scrabble word list, its publisher has said.

About 6,500 words have been added to the latest Collins Scrabble Word List, including a number of slang terms used on social media and in text messages.

New words include twerking, emoji, bezzy and ridic - short for ridiculous.

One the highest scoring new entries is quinzhee - an Inuit snow shelter - which scores 29 Scrabble points.

Other new words now acceptable in the board game include onesie, devo - short for devolution - vape, and shootie, meaning a fashionable shoe that covers the ankle.

Eew, yeesh, waah

New words involving technology include facetime, hashtag, and sexting, while exclamations such as augh, blech, eew, grr, waah and yeesh have also been added.

It is the first update to the list since 2011.

New entries - along with what the word scores in Scrabble - include:

  • Dench - meaning excellent - 11 points
  • Geocache - a recreation activity which sees contenders searching for hidden containers, using GPS - 16 points
  • Lotsa - meaning lots of - 5 points
  • Newb - short for newbie - 9 points
  • Thanx - short for thank you - 15 points
  • Hacktivist - a person who hacks computer systems for political reasons - 22 points
  • Cazh - meaning casual - 18 points
  • Checkbox - a small clickable box on a computer screen - 28 points

The Scrabble dictionary includes words from Australia, Canada, South Africa, the UK and the US in a single list.

"Dictionaries have always included formal and informal English, but it used to be hard to find printed evidence of the use of slang words," Helen Newstead, head of language content at Collins, said.

"Now people use slang in social media posts, tweets, blogs, comments, text messages - you name it - so there's a host of evidence for informal varieties of English that simply didn't exist before."


The future can be fun. At Conspiracy Cafe we know the routines of the NWO. One of their classics is The Scrabble Code. In an innocuous story certain combinations of letters tell of a hidden agenda in the open. For those with their thinking caps on, they see the trick. Sprinkle in a little time and you solve the puzzle. The mind was meant to be used. Don't be talked out of solving the mission code. It is the main way to NOT self destruct. 

From our TIME CAPSULE we have this worn example. The letters circled in the imaginary letter held a clue. Imagine that.

Removed they made a puzzle. Decoded they led to a bombing in London.

Who'd a thunk?

Another use told us of WAR IN UKRAINE.

You are allowed to think here. Let us begin. We have ANOTHZIOXUIKVCE and a blank which fits the letter 'C' in the puzzle.

The UK stood out first with the numbers 1, 5. We found AXCO an insurance company located on the Old Broad Street at number 10. The numbers are 1, 8, 1, 1. They total to that magic number 11. The other 6. 6/11? Are you getting the picture?

We have ZIH which is a" target="_blank">school in Germany or an airport in Mexico, but this is the SLANG edition. Reversed HIZ takes on a few meanings. It represents a person under the halo a false persona perhaps. It implied a female of dubious quality and a gangster murder the big fish eating the little fish specifically a borsch eating fish. Russia and the Ukraine enter the time space of the puzzle.

Then we find the slang term VIC most likely representing a VICTIM.

Theon Greyjoy

There remains THEON a major character in THE GAME OF THRONES. He carries intrigue with a struggle between power groups entering rebellion and war. Will THEON be the victim of a plot or the orchestrator? The mission continues Mr. Phelps. Stay tuned.

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