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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
Boggle gives you 3 minutes to find as many words (3 letters or more) as you can in a grid of 16 letters. You can also try the grid of 16 letters. Letters must be adjacent and longer words score better. See if you can get into the grid Hall of Fame !
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finance minister, minister of finance - fire-eater, firefighter, fire fighter, fireman - fish merchant, fishmonger, fishwife - foreign minister, secretary of state - freelance, free lance, free-lance, freelancer, independent, self-employed person - gangster, mobster - bin man, dustbinman, dustman, garbage collector, garbageman, garbage man, refuse collector, sanitation man, sanitation worker - gaucho - gendarme - general officer - family doctor, general practitioner, GP - geographer - geologist - geometer, geometrician - gilder - glass cutter, glass-cutter, glassworker, glazer, glazier - goatherd, goat herder - governor general - grammarian, syntactician - gravedigger - gaoler, jailer, jailor, prison guard, screw, turnkey, warder - gun, gun for hire, gunman, gunslinger, hired assassin, hired gun, hired killer, hitman, hit man, shooter, torpedo, triggerman - gynaecologist, gynecologist, woman's doctor - barber, coiffeur, coiffeuse, hairdresser, hairstylist, styler, stylist - hangman - hatmaker, hatter, milliner, modiste - hauler, haulier - chief, chief of state, headman, head of state - caregiver, health care practitioner, health-care practitioner, health care professional, health-care professional, health care provider, health practitioner, health professional, PCP, primary care provider - drover, herder, herdsman, shepherd - Holy Roman Emperor - horticulturist, plantsman - boniface, host, innkeeper, inn-keeper, landlord - immunologist - importer, importing - footslogger, foot soldier, infantryman, marcher - infielder - decorator, designer, house decorator, interior decorator, interior designer, room decorator - houseman, intern, interne, medical intern, resident - fool, jester, motley fool - book dealer, jobber, middleman, wholesale bookseller, wholesale dealer, wholesaler - judge, jurist, justice, lawyer, magistrate - justice of the peace, magistrate - Kaiser - jack, laborer, labourer, manual laborer, manual worker, workman, workwoman - lama - landscape architect, landscape gardener, landscaper, landscapist - lascar - lasher - bibliothec, librarian - licensed practical nurse, LPN, practical nurse - lieutenant colonel, lieutenant-colonel, light colonel - lieutenant commander - air marshal, lieutenant general - lifeguard, lifesaver - lighthouse keeper - locater, locator - lookout, lookout man, picket, scout, sentinel, sentry, spotter, watch - Lord Chancellor, Lord High Chancellor - mahout - carrier, letter carrier, mail carrier, mailman, mailwoman, postman, postwoman - majordomo, major-domo, seneschal - manicure, manicurist - fashion model, manakin, manikin, mannequin, mannikin, model - man-at-arms - gob, Jack, Jack-tar, mariner, navigator, old salt, rating, sailor, salt, sea dog, seafarer, seaman, tar - mason, stonedresser, stonemason - mercer - midshipman - accoucheuse, midwife - mikado, tenno - chaplain, Holy Joe, military chaplain, padre, sky pilot - dairy girl, dairyman, dairywoman, milkmaid, milkman - collier, miner, mineworker - government minister, minister - funeral director, funeral undertaker, mortician, undertaker, undertaker's assistant - charlatan, mountebank - muadhdhin, muazzin, muezzin - Mollah, Mulla, Mullah - music critic - musketeer - mycologist - mythologist - announcer, broadcaster, linkman, newscaster, newsreader - nurse - accoucheur, accoucheuse, female midwife practitioner, male midwife, male midwife practitioner, midwife, obstetrician - ombudsman - operator - lens maker, optician, spectacle manufacturer - orthodontist - osteopath, osteopathist - rightfielder, right fielder - centerfielder, center fielder - leftfielder, left fielder - Panchen Lama - newsboy, newsgirl, paperboy, papergirl - paramedic, paramedical - parapsychologist - para, paratrooper - Member of Parliament, Parliamentarian - party girl - pacha, pasha - pawnbroker - pencil pusher, penpusher - perfumer - P.O., petty officer, PO, U.S.P.O. - Pharaoh, Pharaoh of Egypt - apothecary, chemist, dispensing chemist, druggist, pharmacist, pill pusher, pill roller - pharmaceutical chemist, pharmacologist - philologist, philologue - lensman, photographer - poet laureate - Bishop of Rome, Catholic Pope, His Holiness, His Sanctity, Holy Father, pontiff, pope, Roman Catholic Pope, Vicar of Christ - porn merchant, pornographer - practician, practitioner - praetor, pretor - prefect - primus - operative, PI, private detective, private eye, private investigator, shamus, sherlock - processor - professional, professional person - car parts dealer, property man, property manager, property master, propman, prop man, props man - bawd, bawdy wench, cocotte, cyprian, fancy woman, harlot, hooker, hustler, lady of pleasure, loose woman, male prostitute, prostitute, sporting lady, tart, tramp, trollop, whore, woman of the street, working girl - assistant provost marshal, mayor, provost - headshrinker, head-shrinker, psychiatrist, shrink - clinical psychologist, psychotherapist - publican, tavern keeper - publiciser, publicist, publicizer - quartermaster general - Queen's Counsel - radiologic technologist - radiologist, radiotherapist, roentgenologist - estate agent, house agent, land agent, real estate agent, real estate broker - rear admiral - registered nurse, RN - fireman, relief pitcher, reliever - fixer, maintenance man, repairer, repairman, service man - restauranter, restauranteur, restaurateur - chief assistant, man Friday, right-hand man - rock star - running back - salesgirl, saleslady, saleswoman - rep, representative, salesman, salesperson, sales rep, sales representative, saleswoman - satrap - guide, pathfinder, pioneer, scout, trailblazer - second baseman, second sacker - 2nd lieutenant, second lieutenant - intelligence agent, intelligence officer, operative, secret agent - Attorney General, United States Attorney General, US Attorney General - Secretary General - seismologist - marketer, seller, trafficker, vender, vendor - sacristan, sexton - cropper, sharecrop farmer, sharecropper - shogun - market keeper, shopkeeper, storekeeper, tradesman - impresario, promoter, showman - signalman - silversmith, silverworker, silver-worker - skivvy, slavey - contrabandist, moon curser, moon-curser, runner, smuggler - caseworker, social worker, welfare officer, welfare worker - specialiser, specialist, specializer - consultant, medical specialist, specialist - spokesman, spokesperson, spokeswoman - interpreter, representative, spokesperson, voice - starting pitcher - actuary, statistician - docker, dockhand, dock-walloper, dockworker, dock worker, loader, longshoreman, lumper, stevedore - flight attendant, steward - air hostess, hostess, stewardess - floozie, floozy, ho, hooker, hustler, slattern, street girl, streetwalker - grand Turk, sultan - supercargo - provider, supplier - tamer - principal, taskmaster, taskmistress - assessor, tax assessor - collector of internal revenue, exciseman, internal revenue agent, tax collector, taxman - animal stuffer, stuffer, taxidermist - lorry driver, lorry-driver, teamster, truck driver, trucker - televangelist - bank clerk, cashier, teller, ticket clerk - acting representative, temp, temporary, temporary worker - test pilot - thatcher - third baseman, third sacker - tight end - sheetmetal worker, tinner, tinsmith - arborist, tree surgeon - audiotypist, typist - guide, usher - loan shark, moneylender, profiteer, shylock, usurer, usuress - verger - doctor, vet, veterinarian, veterinary, veterinary surgeon - vice admiral - vizier - attendant, warden, warder - warlord - warrant officer - laundress, laundrywoman, washerwoman, wash-off, washwoman - horologer, horologist, watchmaker - security guard, watcher, watchman - amah, wetnurse, wet nurse, wet-nurse - wheeler, wheelwright - wing, winger - maker, manufacturer, wright - yardie - zoo keeper - animal scientist, zoologist - office, power[Domaine]-