All Consonant Words

With 7 letters

With 6 letters

With 5 letters

With 4 letters

With 3 letters

With 2 letters

Words containing only consonants

Knowing words containing only consonants is a very good strategy if you want to get ahead of your opponents in games like Scrabble or Words with Friends. Even if there aren’t many of them, they can still prove very useful in different situations.
First, they are a convenient method for players to balance their rack when they have too many consonants available and few vowels, which in turn makes it harder to build a long or high-scoring word. Instead of exchanging their tiles and losing their turn, the players can use their consonants to build a word and earn points in the process. They can choose to lay down a small 2-letter word or a longer one, depending on their tiles and on how many consonants they want to discard. Words containing only consonants also grant a good number of points as most tiles are worth over 2 points, save for the most common consonants in the English language.
Second, knowing these words can also help players lay down a word parallel to another. This is one of the most advantageous strategies in Scrabble and Words with Friends. It allows players to place a word on the board while simultaneously changing one or more words already there, earning points from all of them.
And third, learning words with only consonants can be a useful last resource to reduce your losses when an opponent is about to clear their rack. As consonants tend to have a relatively high value in Scrabble and Words with Friends, having them on your rack at that moment could potentially mean an unfortunate deduction of your points and a boost to those of your opponent.
The opposite situation can also be true. When there are no more tiles to be drawn and players must make do with what they have, it is not uncommon for them to find themselves with only consonants left. Knowing only consonant words can thus help you be the first to clear your rack and end the game.
All in all, learning words with only consonants is always good and there is no handicap to it.


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