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Scrabble sets came—as they still do—with box-top rules, but aspects of the game like players’ ability to challenge questionable words, timed play, and a standardized list of acceptable words were missing. The standard lexicon became Funk & Wagnalls College Dictionary, the principal dictionary of the day. ”) But Funk & Wagnalls had some serious organizational shortcomings when used for Scrabble play. In 1973, work began on an official dictionary for Scrabble. Words were culled from five dictionaries: Random House College Dictionary (1968), American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (1969), Webster’s New World Dictionary (2nd edition, 1970), Webster’s Collegiate (1973), and Funk & Wagnalls Standard College Dictionary (1973).
Leva) Sen: a unit of currency in Japan Som: a unit of currency in Kyrgyzstan Sou: a former French coin Zuz: an ancient Hebrew silver coin (pl. zuzim) blindly swapping), to pay an opponent to pass his turn, to swap turns, or just about any other cheat they can think of. Players can also make offers to try to influence an opponent’s move (“I’ll give you $50 to open up a Triple Word Score for me”), to have a look at an opponent’s rack, or even for advice. Whoever has the most money at the end of the game wins.