SCRABBLE ® cheat



[plɑːnˈʃɛt], (Noun)

- a small board supported on castors, typically heart-shaped and fitted with a vertical pencil, used for automatic writing and in seances
(e.g: the planchette jerked and skittered to the upper left-hand corner of the paper)


mid 19th century: from French, literally ‘small plank’, diminutive of planche. The French word was earlier borrowed into Middle English in the sense ‘small plank’

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