Saturday, October 28, 2006


A man beats the all time scrabble score of 770 with a score of 830 using the word Quixotry.


Main Entry: qui·xote
Pronunciation: 'kwik-s&t, kE-'hO-tE, -'O-
Function: noun
Usage: often capitalized
Etymology: Don Quixote, hero of the novel Don Quixote de la Mancha (1605, 1615) by Cervantes
: a quixotic person
- quix·o·tism /'kwik-s&-"ti-z&m/ noun
- quix·o·try /-s&-trE/ noun


Fitèna said...

Wow! And that word is real!? I'll have to try and come up with it somehow someday beause my sistr holds the record at home!


Margaret said...

I love scrabble!

Adeline said...

I love scrabble too. It is the only game I get wildly competitive about. Fitena, if you like Scrabble than if you have a computer we should play literati together online (this is possible through yahoo games and literati is scrabble basically)

Let me know if you want to. The word is real by the way!