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ON

Is ON valid for Scrabble? Words With Friends? Other games?!

Scrabble (US/Canada)
Yes!
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Official Scrabble (OSPD4)
Yes!
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Official Scrabble (OSPD5)
Yes!
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WordFeud
Yes!
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Letterpress
Yes!
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Scrabble (UK)
Yes!
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Lexulous (US)
Yes!
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Definitions of ON in various dictionaries:

    • adj - in operation or operational
    • adj - (of events) planned or scheduled
    • adv - with a forward motion
    • adv - indicates continuity or persistence or concentration
    • adv - in a state required for something to function or be effective
    • Used to indicate position above and supported by or in contact with: The vase is on the table.
    • Used to indicate contact with or extent over (a surface) regardless of position: a picture on the wall; a rash on my back.
    • Used to indicate location at or along: the pasture on the south side of the river; a house on the highway.
    • Used to indicate proximity: a town on the border.
    • Used to indicate attachment to or suspension from: beads on a string.
    • Used to indicate figurative or abstract position: on the young side, but experienced; on her third beer; stopped on chapter two.
    • Used to indicate actual motion toward, against, or onto: jumped on the table; the march on Washington.
    • Used to indicate figurative or abstract motion toward, against, or onto: going on six o’clock; came on the answer by accident.
    • Used to indicate occurrence at a given time: on July third; every hour on the hour.
    • Used to indicate the particular occasion or circumstance: On entering the room, she saw him.
    • Used to indicate the object affected by actual, perceptible action: The spotlight fell on the actress.
    • Used to indicate the object affected by a figurative action: Have pity on them.
    • Used to indicate the object of an action directed, tending, or moving against it: an attack on the fortress.
    • Used to indicate the object of perception or thought: gazed on the vista; meditated on his actions.
    • Used to indicate the agent or agency of a specified action: cut his foot on the broken glass; talked on the telephone.
    • Used to indicate a medicine or other corrective taken or undertaken routinely: went on a strict diet.
    • Used to indicate a substance that is the cause of an addiction, a habit, or an altered state of consciousness: high on dope.
    • Used to indicate a source or basis: “We will reach our judgments not on intentions or on promises but on deeds and on results” (Margaret Thatcher).
    • Used to indicate the state or process of: on leave; on fire; on the way.
    • Used to indicate the purpose of: travel on business.
    • Used to indicate a means of conveyance: ride on a train.
    • Used to indicate availability by means of: beer on tap; a physician on call.
    • Used to indicate belonging to: a nurse on the hospital staff.
    • Used to indicate addition or repetition: heaped error on error.
    • Concerning; about: a book on astronomy.
    • Concerning and to the disadvantage of: We have some evidence on him.
    • In one’s possession; with: I haven’t a cent on me.
    • At the expense of; compliments of: drinks on the house.
    • In or into a position or condition of being supported by or in contact with something: Put the coffee on.
    • In or into a position of being attached to or covering something: Put your clothes on.
    • In the direction of something: He looked on while the ship docked.
    • Toward or at a point lying ahead in space or time; forward: The play moved on to the next city.
    • At or to a more distant point in time or space: I’ll do it later on.
    • In a continuous course: He worked on quietly.
    • In or into performance or operation: Turn on the radio.
    • In progress or action; in a state of activity: The show must go on.
    • In or at the present position or condition: stay on; hang on.
    • In a condition of being scheduled for or decided upon: There is a party on tonight.
    • Being in operation: The television is on.
    • Under or behaving as if under observation: A minister is always on.
    • Functioning or performing at a high degree of competence or energy: The goalie is really on.
    • Planned; intended: Our calendar is open; we have nothing on for this weekend.
    • To be aware of or have information about: You’ll never deceive us again; we’re on to you.
    • noun - the side of the wicket where a batsman stands in cricket

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