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word game

any game involving the formation, discovery, or alteration of a word or words
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THIS ONE is the most popular word game available right now and you don't even need to download it onto your device as you can play it on Facebook.
Among individuals with low education, those who engaged in reading, writing, attending lectures, doing word games or puzzles once or week or more had memory scores similar to people with more education," said Lachman.
If you love word games like I do, I am sure you will love it.
The new-look page, which launched last Monday, features logic quizzes, mathematical puzzles and word games, as well as Japanese number puzzle phenomenon Sudoku.
In my quest for new and different word games I found Word Rich and struck it rich.
For example, a one-page sheet for children featuring a variety of word games to accompany the Sunday church program was designed to introduce new words for the week and generate informal conversations about words with children.
Action Exercises: Increase your verbal IQ by reading, listening to audio books, playing word games, and writing in a journal.
It always comes down to painting," Rene Daniels once said, a statement that resonates with some dissonance across a body of work permeated through and through with writing, word games, literary references, visual puns, and allusions to art movements, institutions, and mass media.
This may sound like just so many word games until one resolves to really quit stressing the negative--something to get rid of--and focus on the positive--something to foster and celebrate.
They are anagrams of north, south, east, and west - this high-torque little powerhouse of word games never slows and never quits.
Opening up our game to broader audiences therefore seemed all the more important, as few word games are localized, thus giving us a real opportunity for international expansion", he concludes.