Aiieee! You just filled your rack with every vowel in the bag. Or so it seems. You are sick of playing two-letter words and you don’t have the guts to play ILEA. Before you decide to trade in those tiles, read on!
Praise the Cat and Pass the Fish
Learn these variant spellings for hallelujah and meow:
A well-fed cat is a happy cat. Derek McKenzie has 101 fish in [easyazon_link identifier=”B00T07WZ98″ locale=”US” tag=”hubp01-20″]Flash Vocabulary #4[/easyazon_link]. Here are a dozen you can use to dump your vowels, with a bit of help from the board:
To Have and to Hold
Swapping tiles is not always desirable. If you need ammuniton—even if you have to fire blanks—check out ScrabbleFinder.com. You’ll discover 274 words, from AA to URAEI.
Quiz: Vowel Play Suspected
Without using the blank, can you come up with the best way to use the most tiles, yet score the least amount of points?