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Old 04-30-2018, 05:28 AM
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Leaving aside the long word list (>15 letters), I've been assuming the dictionary here is SOWPODS plus some additional words from e.g. the Collins Scrabble word list (CSW) updates in 2012 and 2015. Plenty of the words in those updates are definitely accepted, but it isn't quite the right list, and I could swear I've tried some of the "CSW2015" words without success (e.g. HOLO, NANO, ROID). Here are the CSW2015 words that somebody has played successfully, in the ~800 games I have analyzed:

[CODE]ALIASED
BESTIE
BESTIES
CHANA
CRUFT
CRUFTS
CURATION
DINGOS
DOPEST
ELVEN
GRAPHENE
LASERING
LEDE
LIPAS
MELBA
MUNGE
MUNGES
NOOB
NOOBS
ONESIE
ONESIES
POOPY
ROTINI
SEXTING
SITINGS
SMILIER
SMILIES
SPOONER
STAKER
STRESSIER
STRESSY
TANGOES
TAPINGS
TASE
TASED
TASES
TASING
VAPE
VAPER
VAPERS
VAPES
WIKI
WIKIS[/CODE]

But there are a few oddballs that someone has played, but which aren't in those updates at all. Several of these (e.g. HEMI, EBOLA) aren't in any usual wordlists or dictionaries as common words . Here they are:
[CODE]BIRDY
EBOLA
GLAMP
GLAMPER
GLAMPERS
GLAMPS
HEMI
HIGHHANDED
HIGHHANDEDNESS
ITER
MULTI
NESTY
YOYO
YOYOS
[/CODE]
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