Scrabble word: OPEN

OPEN

In which Scrabble dictionary does OPEN exist?

Scrabble (US/Canada)
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(6 pts)
Scrabble (UK)
Yes!
(6 pts)
Official Scrabble (OSPD)
Yes!
(6 pts)
WordFeud
Yes!
(7 pts)
Letterpress
Yes!
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Lexulous (US)
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Definitions of OPEN in dictionaries:

    • noun - a clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water
    • noun - where the air is unconfined
    • noun - a tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play
    • noun - information that has become public
    • verb - cause to open or to become open
    • verb - start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning
    • verb - become open
    • verb - begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.
    • verb - spread out or open from a closed or folded state
    • verb - make available
    • verb - become available
    • verb - have an opening or passage or outlet
    • verb - make the opening move
    • verb - afford access to
    • verb - display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer
    • adj - affording unobstructed entrance and exit
    • adj - affording free passage or access
    • adj - with no protection or shield
    • adj - open to or in view of all
    • adj - used of mouth or eyes
    • adj - not having been filled
    • adj - accessible to all
    • adj - not defended or capable of being defended
    • adj - (of textures) full of small openings or gaps
    • adj - having no protecting cover or enclosure
    • adj - (set theory) of an interval that contains neither of its endpoints
    • adj - not brought to a conclusion
    • adj - not sealed or having been unsealed
    • adj - without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition
    • adj - ready or willing to receive favorably
    • adj - open and observable
    • adj - not requiring union membership
    • adj - possibly accepting or permitting
    • adj - affording free passage or view
    • adj - openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness
    • adj - ready for business
    • Affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed.
    • Affording unobstructed passage or view: open waters; the open countryside.
    • Having no protecting or concealing cover: an open wound; an open sports car.
    • Completely obvious; blatant: open disregard of the law.
    • Carried on in full view: open warfare; open family strife.
    • Not sealed or tied: an open package.
    • Spread out; unfolded: an open book.
    • Having interspersed gaps, spaces, or intervals: open ranks; an open weave.
    • Accessible to all; unrestricted as to participants: an open competition.
    • Free from limitations, boundaries, or restrictions: open registration.
    • Enterable by registered voters regardless of political affiliation: an open primary.
    • Lacking effective regulation: an open town in which gambling predominated.
    • Not legally repressed: open drug trafficking.
    • Susceptible; vulnerable: open to interpretation; an issue that is open to question.
    • Willing to consider or deal with: open to suggestions.
    • Available; obtainable: The job is still open.
    • Available for use: an open account; the only course open to us.
    • Ready to transact business: The store is open.
    • Not engaged or filled: has an open hour for emergency cases.
    • Not yet decided; subject to further thought: an open question.
    • See Synonyms at frank1.
    • Free of prejudice; receptive to new ideas and arguments: She listened to the proposal with an open mind.
    • Generous: He is very open with his time.
    • Printing.
    • Widely spaced or leaded.
    • Having constituent elements separated by a space in writing or printing: The word sea gull is an open compound.
    • Music.
    • Not stopped by a finger.
    • Produced by an unstopped string or hole or without the use of slides, valves, or keys: an open note on a trumpet.
    • Played without a mute: an open wind instrument.
    • Articulated with the tongue in a low position, as the vowel in far.
    • Ending in a vowel or diphthong: an open syllable.
    • Designating a method of punctuation in which commas and other marks are used sparingly.
    • Being in operation; live: an open microphone.
    • Clear.
    • Containing a gap across which electricity cannot pass.
    • Mathematics.
    • Of or relating to an interval containing neither of its endpoints.
    • Of, relating to, or being a set such that at least one neighborhood of every point in the set is within the set.
    • Of, relating to, or being a set that is the complement of a closed set.
    • To release from a closed or fastened position.
    • To remove obstructions from; clear.
    • To make or force an opening in: open an old wound.
    • To form spaces or gaps between: soldiers opening ranks.
    • To remove the cover, cork, or lid from.
    • To remove the wrapping from; undo.
    • To unfold so that the inner parts are displayed; spread out: open a newspaper.
    • To get (something) going; initiate: open a campaign.
    • To commence the operation of: open a new business.
    • To begin (the action in a game of cards) by making the first bid, placing the first bet, or playing the first lead.
    • To make available for use: opened the area to commercial development.
    • To make more responsive or understanding.
    • To reveal the secrets of; bare.
    • To recall (an order or a judgment) for a reexamination of its merits.
    • To become open: The door opened slowly.
    • To draw apart; separate: The wound opened under pressure.
    • To spread apart; unfold.
    • To come into view; become revealed: The plain opened before us.
    • To become receptive or understanding.
    • To begin; commence: The meeting opened with a call to order.
    • To begin business or operation.
    • To give the first public performance: The play opens next week.
    • To make a bid, bet, or lead in starting a game of cards.
    • To give access: The room opens onto a terrace.
    • An unobstructed area of land or water.
    • The outdoors: camping in the open.
    • An undisguised or unconcealed state: brought the problem out into the open.
    • A tournament or contest in which both professional and amateur players may participate.
    • To spread out; unfold: A green valley opened up before us.
    • To begin operation: The new store opens up next month.
    • To begin firing: The artillery opened up at dawn.
    • To speak freely and candidly: At last the frightened witness opened up and told the truth.
    • To make an opening in by cutting: The surgeon opened up the patient’s chest.
    • To make available or accessible: open up new markets.
    • To accelerate.
    • To begin operation: The new store opens up next month.
    • To begin firing: The artillery opened up at dawn.
    • adj - affording unobstructed access, passage, or view
    • adj - to cause to become open [v -ED, -ING, -S] : OPENABLE

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