April 13, 2022

Word Unscramble: Chocolate Bunny

It’s time for an Easter egg hunt! We’ve chosen an Easter word. Well, an Easter phrase: ‘Chocolate Bunny’, and now we’re going to search far and wide for the words hidden inside! Before you read through our list, take a moment for yourself; if this were your rack (an extra long rack), how many words could you find inside this Easter vocabulary?

8+ Letter Words

Now, we realize that it’s unlikely you will manage to land a word with eight or more letters on a Words with Friends board, (unless you get really lucky with the cross-words), but there’s no harm in having a little fun. Plus, it’s all about the challenge. Can you spot either of the ten letter words hiding in the tall grass of ‘Chocolate Bunny’? We’ll save them until the end, just to give you time to think.

  • Colocynth

    21 points

    a tropical Old World climbing plant of the gourd family, which bears a pulpy fruit.

  • Cancelbot

    20 points

    a program that searches for and deletes specified mailings from internet newsgroups.

  • Unchancy

    21 points

    unlucky, inauspicious, or dangerous.

  • Cabochon

    20 points

    a gem that has been polished but not faceted.

  • Unclench

    20 points

    elease (a clenched part of the body).

  • Chaconne

    18 points

    a composition in a series of varying sections in slow triple time.

  • Couchant

    18 points

    (of an animal) lying with the body resting on the legs and the head raised.

  • Honeybun

    18 points

    darling (used as a form of address).

  • Catechol

    17 points

    a crystalline compound obtained by distilling catechu.

  • Luncheon

    17 points

    a formal lunch, or a formal word for lunch.

  • Bluecoat

    16 points

    a soldier in a blue uniform, especially a Union soldier during the American Civil War.

  • Unclothe

    16 points

    remove the clothes from (oneself or someone else).

  • Bootlace

    15 points

    a cord or leather strip for lacing boots.

  • Choanocyte

    21 points

    a flagellated cell with a collar of protoplasm at the base of the flagellum, numbers of which line the internal chambers of sponges.

  • Chocolatey

    21 points

    Full of chocolate flavor or texture.

7 letter words

Bingo, anybody? These are the words you really want to see in your basket on Easter morning. Just imagine all the points waiting for you if you manage to assemble any of these words on your rack!

  • Bycatch

    20 points

    the unwanted fish and other marine creatures trapped by commercial fishing nets during fishing for a different species.

  • Blotchy

    18 points

    covered with blotches; patchy.

  • Balcony

    17 points

    a platform enclosed by a wall or balustrade on the outside of a building, with access from an upper-floor window or door.

  • Blanche

    17 points

    complete freedom to act as one wishes.

  • Caboclo

    17 points

    (in Brazil) an indigenous person.

  • Chancel

    17 points

    the part of a church near the altar, reserved for the clergy and choir, and typically separated from the nave by steps or a screen.

  • Cyclone

    17 points

    a system of winds rotating inwards to an area of low barometric pressure, with an anticlockwise (northern hemisphere) or clockwise (southern hemisphere) circulation; a depression.

  • Catechu

    16 points

    a vegetable extract containing tannin, especially one obtained from the heartwood of an Indian acacia tree, used for tanning and dyeing.

  • Chaebol

    16 points

    (in South Korea) a large family-owned business conglomerate.

  • Chutney

    16 points

    a spicy condiment of Indian origin, made of fruits or vegetables with vinegar, spices, and sugar.

  • Cochlea

    16 points

    the spiral cavity of the inner ear containing the organ of Corti, which produces nerve impulses in response to sound vibrations.

  • Conchae

    16 points

    the depression in the external ear leading to its central opening.

  • Halcyon

    16 points

    denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful.

  • Lynchet

    16 points

    a ridge or ledge formed along the downhill side of a plot by plowing in ancient times.

  • Tobacco

    16 points

    a preparation of the nicotine-rich leaves of an American plant, which are cured by a process of drying and fermentation for smoking or chewing.

  • Account

    15 points

    a report or description of an event or experience.

6, 5 & 4 letter words

There’s a certain sense of satisfaction, finding an easter egg that’s been well hidden. That’s what the words in this category are. They aren’t necessarily going to be the highlight of your day when you play them, but you won’t manage to have a successful Words with Friends game without finding a few of the words in this category!

  • Buccal

    17 points

    relating to the cheek.

  • Chancy

    17 points

    involving risks and uncertainty.

  • Clutch

    17 points

    soft limestone capable of being easily worked.

  • Conchy

    17 points

    a conscientious objector.

  • Beachy

    16 points

    relating to, suggestive of, or appropriate for a beach or a holiday spent at the beach.

  • Blanch

    16 points

    make white or pale by extracting color.

  • Blench

    16 points

    make a sudden flinching movement out of fear or pain.

  • Botchy

    16 points

    Clumsily executed; unskilful; shoddy; characterized by botches.

  • Bouncy

    16 points

    bouncing or causing things to bounce.

  • Catchy

    16 points

    (of a tune or phrase) instantly appealing and memorable.

  • Cleuch

    16 points

    a steep valley or ravine.

  • Cultch

    16 points

    the mass of stones, broken shells, and grit of which an oyster bed is formed.

  • Bleach

    15 points

    cause (a material such as cloth, paper, or hair) to become white or much lighter by a chemical process or by exposure to sunlight.

  • Bouche

    15 points

    an appetizing item of food, especially something sweet eaten at the end of a meal.

  • Bocce

    14 points

    an Italian game similar to bowls but played on a shorter, narrower green.

  • Cycle

    14 points

    a series of events that are regularly repeated in the same order.

  • Leccy

    14 points


  • Yucca

    14 points

    a plant of the agave family with swordlike leaves and spikes of white bell-shaped flowers that are dependent upon the yucca moth for fertilization, native to warm regions of the US and Mexico.

  • Chub

    13 points

    a thick-bodied European river fish with grey-green back and white underparts.

  • Bach

    12 points

    used as a term of endearment, often after a personal name.

  • Achy

    11 points

    suffering from continuous dull pain.

  • Bloc

    11 points

    a group of countries or political parties with common interests who have formed an alliance.

  • Buco

    11 points

    an Italian dish made of shin of veal containing marrowbone, stewed in wine with vegetables.

  • Buhl

    11 points

    brass, tortoiseshell, or other material cut to make a pattern and used for inlaying furniture.

  • Chun

    11 points

    a simplified form of kung fu used as a system of self-defense.

  • Ubac

    11 points

    a mountain slope which receives little sunshine, especially one facing north.

  • Acyl

    10 points

    denoting a radical of general formula —C(O)R, where R is an alkyl group, derived from a carboxylic acid.

  • Bahu

    10 points

    a daughter-in-law.

What Else did you Find?

This was only a sampling of words that could be found in the letters ‘Chocolate Bunny’. Were you able to find any other words we missed? Have you managed to play any of these words in a game of Words with Friends? If you had fun with this, check out our other brain teasers, as you prepare for your next challenge in Words with Friends! And, of course, have a Happy Easter!

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