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Scrabble Nerds Are Freaking out Over All the New Words Added to the Game's Dictionary

By Anna Quintana

It's time to dust off that old Scrabble board because hundreds of words have been added to the game's official dictionary — and they are a game-changer (pun intended). 

Scrabble aficionados are rejoicing with the news that words such as OK, macaron, and emoji are now valid thanks to the latest update. 

It's been four years since Merriam-Webster updated “The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary," releasing the sixth edition of the Scrabble Bible on Monday.