Go to Advanced search () and choose Word under Search type. Type in the letters you have in the search field. Make sure "word's length is adjusted to the amount of letters you need in your word (or else it will give you words with all lengths). Press search and the engine will find possible word combinations.
Anagram, a word or expression that is put together by reordering the letters of another word or phrase. Go to Advanced search and choose Anagram under Search type. Type in the word or the letters you have, regardless of the order of the letters, there exists any anagrams.
You can search for a word if you are missing some letters of it. To do this, type in the whole word and replace the letters you don't have with the star (*) sign. For example: "B**T" will will give you the following results: BOAT, BEAT, BOOT, BENT, BEST etc.
Search for words ending with the same letters using ? (question mark) and what you want the word to end on. For example, "?IND" give results KIND, FIND, WIND, MIND, BIND etc.
Oposite of rhyme and "words ending on". Enter what you want the word to start with and use the "?" (question mark) at the end to indicate that the word can end on anything. For example, "SUN?" will give you all the words starting with SUN.
Exactly the same as with Ryhme. Search for words ending with the same letters using ? (question mark), and what you want the word to end on. For example, "?IND" give results KIND, FIND, WIND, MIND, BIND etc.
There are two types of crosswords search. Answer search and clue search. Clue search is used when you have the clue and are looking for the answer. Make sure that the clue is marked under "search type" in search options. Word's length can be set to "any". Type in your clue and press search. If the search return no results, try typing in parts of your clue, as there might exsist similar clues. Answer search is used when you are have parts of your answer and know how many letters the word is. Make sure you have marked Answer under search type in search options. You can leave "Word's length" to any, and use * (star sign) as wildcard. "c*oss*****" wil then return 10-letter answers like crosswords, crosscreek, crossguard etc. You can also use ? (question mark) indicating various wildecards. cross? will then return the same answers as the five stars, but as ? indicates any type of numbers of letters, the search results will return various lengths and combinations of words starting with cross. Unless you use the Word lenth parameter.
Use * or the word lenth parameter to get a more exact search result.