SCRABBLE ® cheat



[tʃiːz], (Noun)

- a food made from the pressed curds of milk, firm and elastic or soft and semi-liquid in texture
(e.g: grated cheese)

- the quality of being too obviously sentimental
(e.g: the conversations tend too far towards cheese)

- hard cheese
- say cheese

Old English cēse, cȳse, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch kaas and German Käse; from Latin caseus

[tʃiːz], (Verb)

- exasperate, frustrate, or bore (someone)
(e.g: I got a bit cheesed off with the movie)

- cheese it!

early 19th century (in the archaic phrase cheese it, used to urge someone to stop doing something): the current use dates from the 1940s. Both uses are of uncertain origin

definition by Oxford Dictionaries

The SCRABBLE ® trademark

SCRABBLE ® is a registered trademark. All intellectual property rights in and to the game
are owned in the U.S.A. and Canada by Hasbro Inc. and throughout the rest of the world by
J.W. Spear and Sons, a subsidiary of Mattel Inc. This site is for entertainment purposes
only and is not sponsored by or affiliated with Hasbro or Mattel Inc. in any way.