Scrabble Word act, Words With Friends score & ACT definition

act is a Scrabble word, act uses Three letters.
Scrabble point value for act Five points.
Words with Friends point value for act: Five points.

Below are the results of unscrambling act. We found a total of 7 words by unscrambling the letters in act. We unscrambled the letters to create a list of all the words found in Scrabble for act, Words with Friends, and Text Twist. Click these words to get how many point that word worth, their definitions, and all the other words that can be made by unscrambling the letters from these words. If one or more words can be unscrambled with all the letters entered plus one new letter, then they will also be displayed.

3 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in act

cat 5

2 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in act

ac 4 at 2 ca 4 ct 4 ta 2 tc 4

Definitions of act

British English : act ækt If you act in a play or film, you pretend to be one of the people in it. VERBplay a part

noun

  1. something done or performed; a deed
  2. the performance of some physical or mental process; action
  3. (capital when part of a name) the formally codified result of deliberation by a legislative body; a law, edict, decree, statute, etc
  4. (often plural) a formal written record of transactions, proceedings, etc, as of a society, committee, or legislative body
  5. a major division of a dramatic work
  6. a short performance of skill, a comic sketch, dance, etc, esp one that is part of a programme of light entertainment those giving such a performance
  7. a short performance of skill, a comic sketch, dance, etc, esp one that is part of a programme of light entertainment
  8. those giving such a performance
  9. an assumed attitude or pose, esp one intended to impress
  10. (philosophy ) an occurrence effected by the volition of a human agent, usually opposed at least as regards its explanation to one which is causally determined Compare event (sense 4)
  11. a short performance of skill, a comic sketch, dance, etc, esp one that is part of a programme of light entertainment
  12. those giving such a performance

verb

  1. (intransitive) to do something; carry out an action
  2. (intransitive) to function in a specified way; operate; react   ⇒ his mind acted quickly
  3. to perform (a part or role) in a play, etc
  4. (transitive) to present (a play, etc) on stage
  5. (intransitive; usually followed by for or as) to be a substitute (for); function in place (of)
  6. (intransitive) foll by as to serve the function or purpose (of)   ⇒ the glass acted as protection
  7. (intransitive) to conduct oneself or behave (as if one were)   ⇒ she usually acts like a lady
  8. (intransitive) to behave in an unnatural or affected way
  9. (copula) to pose as; play the part of   ⇒ to act the fool
  10. (copula) to behave in a manner appropriate to (esp in the phrase act one's age)
  11. (copula) (not standard ) to seem or pretend to be   ⇒ to act tired
  12. See clean up one's act
  13. See get in on the act
  14. See get one's act together

abbreviation for

  1. Australian Capital Territory
  2. (formerly in Britain) advance corporation tax

noun acronym for

  1. (in New Zealand) Association of Consumers and Taxpayers: a small political party of the right