Scrabble Words - Vowel-Heavy Five-Letter Words

A list of legal five-letter Scrabble words with at least four vowels.


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Learning certain categories of words is critical to becoming a better Scrabble player. Knowing these vowel-heavy five-letter words can help when you're stuck with a rack full of vowels. All of these words have at least four vowels.

You might also want to learn Scrabble's legal two-letter words and words with a Q but no U. Here are all some Scrabble word lists, and simple ways to improve your Scrabble play.

NOTE: These words are legal according to the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, 4th Edition. They may not be legal if you use a different dictionary. The word list used in tournament games in the United States is known as the Official Tournament and Club Word List, created by the National Scrabble Association.

Vowel-Heavy Five-Letter Scrabble Words

AALII (small Hawaiian tree)

ADIEU (a farewell remark)

AECIA (plural of aecium, part of a rust fungus)

AERIE (the nest of a bird of prey)

AIOLI (garlic mayonnaise)

AQUAE (plural of aqua)

AREAE (alternate plural of area)

AUDIO (sound recording)

AURAE (alternate plural of aura)

AUREI (plural of aureus, gold coin of ancient Rome)

COOEE (a shout used in Australia)

EERIE (mysterious, spooky)

LOOIE (a lieutenant)

LOUIE (alternate of looie)

MIAOU (meow)

OIDIA (plural of oidium, a fungal spore)

OORIE (alternate of ourie)

OURIE (shivering with cold)

QUEUE (a line of people or vehicles)

URAEI (plural of uraeus, ancient Egyptian sacred asp)

ZOEAE (plural of zoea, larva of a crab)