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  • n. Plural form of Scrabbler.

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Examples

  • Problem is, the Scrabblers are the very ones so addicted to cheap HDTV's, junk food, furniture on the 3-years-to-pay schemes, and half-clapped-out imported autos.

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  • Herbert MunkCoventry• I can explain to Sarah Churchwell why Scrabblers prefer the word "amongst" to "among".

    Letters: Mind your English language

  • In Canada, rogue Scrabblers will have to keep playing without corporate sanction.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • But for those seasoned Scrabblers who have spent hours scratching their heads while vying for real estate on 'premium' squares, these sacrilegious suggestions - including the one where words may not necessarily have to connect with one another - might seem a tad uncouth.

    Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'

  • Competitive Scrabblers revolted - on the board, words are devoid of meaning - and a compromise was reached.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Even though the original version of the game won't be touched, some serious Scrabblers are up in arms about the relaxed regulations in the spin-off game.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • The CTU's party script is always that Weevil Capitalists and the VRWC are in cahoots to stick it to the Scrabblers.

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  • Alan Yentob tells the story of the world's greatest boardgame, meeting deviser Alfred M Butts's nephew and archivist; competitive Scrabblers who don't care for meanings, just scores; and the charming Agarwalla brothers, who inadvertently gave Mattel's balance sheet a boost when their Facebook app brought a new generation to the game.

    The Guardian World News

  • Mr. Tunick states that "Serious Scrabblers recognize only one reference work."

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XIII No 3

  • The total number of Scrabblers was four, not three.)

    A Few Things

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