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Using WordPatterns
WordFind supports word patterns to find words in specific format. As we need in different word games, only few letters or known for a word and we need to guess the whole word. This can be easily done with WordFind.

To format a word with missing letters, two characters (wildcards) are used * and ?
1) Use * to specify any number of unknown letters.
Suppose only first and last letter is known (say 'a' and 'e'), we can have any number of missing letters within it. In such case we specify format like this:
a*e
abalone
abampere
abandonee
... and more.

2) Use ? to specify only one unknown letter. Consecutive use of ? (like ???) means that number of consecutive letters.
Suppose only first and fourth letter is known (say 'b' and 's'), we have two missing letters within it. In such case we specify format like this:
b??s
baas
bads
bags
... and more.

These wildCards can be used in any further complex form. Some valid wildcard combinations are:
in*
*in
in*er???
b?c*e
???
and many more

Specifying word length
Along with using pattern you can impose word length constraint/filter on the result.
From the drop down menu set the number of letters (say 5), then select the type of wordlength comparison with the result, it can be:
maximum - the result will contain maximum that number of (5) letters in the words.
equal to - the result will contain exactly that number of (5) letters in the words.
minimum - the result will contain that number of (5) minimum letters in the words.
not equal to - the result will contain words of all length but not that number of (5) letters.

Using Crossword solver
1) First select the number of letters/wordlength of the word.
2) Then in the boxes, enter the known letters from the crossword row / column, leaving blank for the unknown letters.
3) Then click find to get all words which match that word pattern.

Finding anagram
Anagrams are those words which can be formed by interchanging the position of letters in a word.
1) Anagram search
Enter any word or letters of the jumbled word, and click find. You will get all words that can be formed by interchanging letter positions and using all the letters at a time.
Suppose you search anagram for subh you will get,
bush
hubs
1) Advanced Anagram search
In this you can be exact anagram search as previous one, but this include additional two options:
a) Finding sub-words / words within entered word. This will list all words that can be formed by the letters of the current word, it may not contain all letters of the current word, but will not exceed the number of individual alphabets of the current word.
Suppose you searched for good you will get,
do
dog
doo
go
god
...
b) Finding parent-words of the entered word. This will list all words from which the current word can be formed, it will contain all letters of the current word, but will not contain less number of individual alphabets of the current word.
Suppose you searched for good you will get,
aboveground
accommodating
accommodatingly
addooming
...



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