Scrabble Injustice

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jrdet10
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Scrabble Injustice

Post by jrdet10 »

FYI, the Scrabble dictionary does not recognize "USONIAN."
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Reidy
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Post by Reidy »

Could that be because it's a proper name? If the rule applies only to nouns, the exclusion is not justified. If adjectives count, it is.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

In any event, the word wouldn't be set in all-caps; it would be capitalized, meaning the initial letter is upper-case.


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