Are you exited or excited to play this KS3 spelling quiz on words beginning at ex?
"I'll always take Scrabble and chess if I'm going filming. But I do have the Scrabble dictionary, which can be infuriating for other players." - Saffron BurrowsNow "scrabble" is a very interesting word. The first thing that you might notice is that it is an example of onomatopoeia, because it reproduces the sound of the action it describes. Did you know that the word can also be used as a synonym for "scribble"? Or that it is a common noun, meaning a "scramble", as well as the proper noun and registered trademark name, Scrabble? So you might be able to say, "The boys scrabbled for the scattered Scrabble tiles while their sister scrabbled their scores on a scrap of paper." You might be able to say this, but, then again, would you want to?