Solve word jumble and crossword puzzles...
Jumble Key definitively solves Word Jumble and Crossword puzzles. It is powerful, yet quick and easy to use. Given a letter pattern, it checks all possible letter combinations with its built in dictionary and returns all valid words that it finds. For example, if you are looking for all words that can be created with the letters 'eeeirnng' then you'd just enter those letters into Jumble Key, click the 'start word search' button, and then in a few seconds you'd have your answer (one word found - 'engineer'). Jumble Key checks all possible letter combinations (in this case, 40,320 combinations for an eight letter word jumble). Checking crosswords is similarly easy. If you want to find a five letter word that ends in 'eer' and whose third letter is 'g' then you'd enter '__g__eer' into Jumble Key. You use '_' to represent each unknown letter. You then click 'start word search' button, and Jumble Key will check out all 456,976 possible word combinations in its dictionary. In this case, it will find and return only one valid word ('engineer'). If you are trying to solve or create word puzzles, then this program will be an invaluable resource for you. It is fun and educational.
Operating Systems Supported: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Server 2012, Vista, XP, Server 2008, Server 2003
Frequently Asked Questions
(1) How does Jumble Key find all words from a set of jumbled letters?
It calculates all possible letter combinations and checks each combination in a dictionary that it has built in. If a letter combination is in the dictionary then it is determined to be a valid word.
(2) How do I use Jumble Key to solve crossword puzzles?
First select the 'Crossword' option. Second, when you enter the letters of the word, replace all unknown letters with a '_' character. For example, to find all three letter word that start with 'c' and end with 't', you would enter 'c_t' as the letters, and then click the 'Start word search' button.
(3) Will Jumble Key only find words that use all of the jumbled letters entered?
Yes. For example, if you enter the letters 'act', it will find 'cat' and 'act' but will not return 'at' because that word doesn't use all letters entered.