February 7, 2022

Super Bowl Unscrambled

The Big Game is upon us! After a long, grueling football season, we’ve reached the final game, in which a Champion will be crowned. This is the Sixty-First iteration of the big game. Due to the stakes of this game, iconic moments which emerge from this game can last generations.

Over the years, the commercials shown during the game have gained fame in their own right. Many people watch the game simply for the creative commercials. This year, a 30-second ad will cost companies just over $5.5 million dollars!

Words you can make with the letters of Super bowl

It’s a day of pageantry, of elaborate parties which cater even to people who aren’t big football fans. So, what are you going to do, if the game isn’t your primary focus? All told, this extravaganza can run upwards of four hours, so if your attention isn’t primarily on the field, maybe a game of Words with Friends can be a discreet way to add a bit more fun to your day!

Don’t worry, we won’t tell your friends and family that the game you care most about is in your hands. We’ve taken the time to make a word unscrambler with the letters in SUPER BOWL to find all kinds of helpful words which you can use to conquer your opponent, and emerge victorious!

6-Letter Words

This is where big games are won! If you’re playing a game of Words with Friends and can manage to play multiple 6-letter words over the course of a game, you’re going to be in a very strong position to win. Take note of these possibilities, they may come in handy in the future!

  • Bourse

    8 points

    the Paris stock exchange.

  • Poseur

    8 points

    a person who acts in an affected manner in order to impress others.

  • Pueblo

    10 points

    a North American Indian settlement of the southwestern US, especially one consisting of multistoried adobe houses built by the Pueblo people.

  • Rouble

    8 points

    the basic monetary unit of Russia and some other former republics of the Soviet Union, equal to 100 kopeks.

  • Superb

    10 points

    impressively splendid.

  • Uprose

    8 points

    rise to a standing or elevated position.

  • Blouse

    8 points

    a woman’s loose upper garment resembling a shirt, typically with a collar, buttons, and sleeves.

5-Letter Words

These are the words that can really score big points. If you’re able to string together five-letter word after five-letter word, you’ll really be a championship-level Words with Friends player. How many of these words did you already know?

  • Boule

    7 points

    a round loaf of crusty bread.

  • Bower

    10 points

    a pleasant shady place under trees or climbing plants in a garden or wood.

  • Burse

    7 points

    a flat, square, fabric-covered case in which a folded corporal is carried to and from an altar in church.

  • Lours

    5 points

    look angry or sullen; frown.

  • Orles

    5 points

    a narrow border inset from the edge of a shield.

  • Ousel

    5 points

    a bird that resembles the blackbird, especially the ring ousel.

  • Prole

    7 points

    a member of the working class; a worker.

  • Purls

    7 points

    knit with a purl stitch.

  • Serow

    8 points

    a goat-antelope with short, sharp horns, long, coarse hair, and a beard, native to forested mountain slopes of Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Japan.

4-Letter Words

Four-Letter words are the meat and potatoes of a good Words with Friends game. Sure, we all love when we can find a five, six or seven letter play to make; maybe looping in a few Double Word tiles as you go. Those are the Touchdowns of the word game world, no doubt. But, more often than not, those huge plays aren’t on the board for you, and you’ll need to play it a bit more conservative. In this Super Bowl analogy, Four-Letter words are your Field Goals. Nothing wrong with a field goal!

  • Blew

    11 points

    be carried, driven, or moved by the wind or an air current.

  • Bops

    10 points

    move or travel energetically.

  • Brew

    10 points

    make (beer) by soaking, boiling, and fermentation.

  • Pews

    10 points

    a long bench with a back, placed in rows in the main part of some churches to seat the congregation.

  • Prow

    10 points

    the portion of a ship’s bow above water.

  • Swob

    10 points

    an absorbent pad or piece of material used in surgery and medicine for cleaning wounds, applying medication, or taking specimens.

  • Swop

    10 points

    give (one thing) and receive something else in exchange.

  • Webs

    10 points

    a network of fine threads constructed by a spider from fluid secreted by its spinnerets, used to catch its prey.

  • Blur

    9 points

    make or become unclear or less distinct.

  • Burl

    9 points

    a slub or lump in wool or cloth.

3-Letter Words

In a game of Words with Friends, three letter words are invaluable. Sometimes you can use them to connect your long play to the board, and sometimes three letters are exactly what you need to sneak in and grab the Triple Word Score. So, as you maneuver your way toward victory, keep these three-letter words in mind.

  • Pub

    10 points

    a tavern or bar.

  • Bow

    9 points

    a knot tied with two loops and two loose ends, used especially for tying shoelaces and decorative ribbons.

  • Pew

    9 points

    an enclosure or compartment containing a number of seats, used in some churches to seat a particular worshiper or group of worshipers.

  • Pow

    9 points

    expressing the sound of a blow or explosion.

  • Pul

    8 points

    a monetary unit of Afghanistan, equal to one hundredth of an afghani.

  • Bel

    7 points

    a unit used in the comparison of power levels in electrical communication or of intensities of sound, corresponding to an intensity ratio of 10 to 1.

  • Bur

    7 points

    a writing desk with drawers and typically an angled top opening downward to form a writing surface.

  • Bus

    7 points

    a large motor vehicle carrying passengers by road, typically one serving the public on a fixed route and for a fare.

  • Lab

    7 points

    throw or hit (a ball or missile) in a high arc.

  • Lop

    7 points

    cut off (a branch, limb, or other protrusion) from the main body of a tree..

  • Low

    7 points

    of less than average height from top to bottom or to the top from the ground.

  • Owl

    7 points

    a nocturnal bird of prey with large forward-facing eyes surrounded by facial disks, a hooked beak, and typically a loud call.

  • Pol

    7 points

    a politician.

  • Pus

    7 points

    a thick yellowish or greenish opaque liquid produced in infected tissue, consisting of dead white blood cells and bacteria with tissue debris and serum.

  • Rub

    7 points

    move one’s hand or a cloth repeatedly back and forth on the surface of (something) with firm pressure.

2-Letter Words

As always, the key to a winning game of Words with Friends is knowing your two-letter words. Without these helpful little words, you’d surely struggle to make your plays connect, so study up! Here is a list of all the two-letter words you can make out of the letters SUPER BOWL.

  • Up

    6 points

    toward a higher place or position.

  • Be

    5 points

    the chemical element beryllium.

  • Bo

    5 points

    body odor.

  • Ew

    5 points

    used to express disgust or distaste.

  • Op

    5 points

    a surgical or other operation.

  • Ow

    5 points

    used to express sudden pain.

  • Pe

    5 points

    physical education.

  • Po

    5 points

    the chemical element polonium.

  • We

    5 points

    used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself and one or more other people considered together.

  • Wo

    5 points

    Warrant Officer.

  • El

    3 points

    an elevated railroad or section of railroad, especially that in Chicago.

  • Lo

    3 points

    used to draw attention to an interesting or amazing event.

So there you have it! Now you’re prepared to make the most of your time during the Big Game. While all those other people are watching football, you’re doing something that really counts. (Or, you can be watching too, there are plenty of breaks between plays in which you can sneak a move.) So, go out there and show the opponent what you’re made of. Win, win, win!

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