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Why do you allow words with "no definition available"?

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The definition of the word "word" is ---A unit of language that functions as a principal carrier of meaning.

If a so-called word such as "requin" (a word allowed in words with friends) has "no definition available",  it is not a "word" at all since it carries no meaning. It is just a bunch of letters.

What is your criteria for allowing words if having a definition is not the principal criterion? For example why wound the letters "xyzxyz" not be allowed or any other combination of letters if having a definition is not a criterion?
asked 2 years ago in Dictionary by papajerry45 Word Rookie (120 points)

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You will have to ask this question of Zynga, the owner of the wwf app. They have control over the word list. We are an independent tournament site from the app.
answered 2 years ago by Debbyoc Word Freak (174,100 points)

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