Word Solver - Rearrange letters into words

FindMeWords helps you find the words that can be formed from a set of letters. Just enter the letters in the text box and FindMeWords will list all the words sorted by number of letters. For example "erstop": presto, reports, poster...

Use the asterisk symbol * as a wildcard. Wildcard replace any letter, You can use as may wilcards as you want. Optionally you can also select the start and end letters of the words you are looking for.

22 Scrabble® score on the right of each word

This type of search does not care about the order of the letters in the words. To consider the order of the letters you can use the tool Words by pattern. The search is performed on all the English words, to find only the official Scrabble® words you can use the Scrabble® finder. The word solver of Findmewords it is the best tool to find words to solve word games and expand your vocabulary.

  • Adverbs. Types of Adverbs in English
    Adverbs. Types of Adverbs in English

    Are adverbs an important part of the English language? Of course they are. If adjectives describe the subject of a sentence, adverbs describe the action. So it is important to know adverbs and how to use them. Adverbs are not hard to use, and they complete sentence formation and vocabulary, improving the use of English. So let us see which the most important aspects of adverb use are.

  • Nouns. Types of Nouns
    Nouns. Types of Nouns

    Nouns in English are words that are naming either an idea, thing, quality, place or person. They can be either in plural or singular form, and they most of the time need a determiner or article in order to exist in a sentence. It’s important to note that adjectives can be used to describe nouns and, maybe the interesting thing is that the English language has more nouns than verbs or any other kind of word.

  • Verbs.Types of Verbs
    Verbs.Types of Verbs

    1. Definition and function of verbs

    In English, the verb shows the action, state, occurrence in a sentence, being the principal part of the predicate. The function of the verbs is to describe the action, conditions, or state regarding to the subject. They state is something happened, is happening or will happen in the future.