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Word Scramble - Body Parts

Unscramble these words for body parts.
Last updated: September 20, 2018
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Scramble
Body Part
HRAET
Heart
ITGHH
Thigh
WTISR
Wrist
OGINR
Groin
NAKLE
Ankle
OHUTM
Mouth
VLERI
Liver
AATRO
Aorta
ABRNI
Brain
Scramble
Body Part
MERFU
Femur
EENRV
Nerve
CTSHE
Chest
YBELL
Belly
UMBTH
Thumb
KHCEE
Cheek
SITWA
Waist
OBOLD
Blood
TBAII
Tibia
Scramble
Body Part
TOHOT
Tooth
MARLO
Molar
RVYOA
Ovary
LAPSC
Scalp
AGNLD
Gland
LKLSU
Skull
LAUUV
Uvula
LUPPI
Pupil
LEVAN
Navel
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level 36
Dec 19, 2013
I know this is just for fun but a lot of these are not body parts. In fact most are not single parts or organs, etc. but collections of parts, tissues, fluids and so forth.
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level 52
Dec 19, 2013
The quiz didn't say they were organs. All of these are technically parts of the body.
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level 32
Feb 28, 2014
If blood is a body part, then water is a car part.
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level 54
Oct 30, 2014
jedmunda, there are cars without water, but there are no (human) bodies without blood...
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level 61
Dec 19, 2013
You could also argue that an organ is also a collection of parts. Just as a heart valve is a part within the heart which as an assembly is an organ. I think you are splitting hairs here.
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level 32
Dec 19, 2013
Guys feel free to take my quizzes
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level 20
Jan 2, 2014
Got 21/27.
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level 28
May 21, 2015
The second one...
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level 67
Aug 5, 2015
spent the last 30 seconds staring at Marlo, all I could think of was Marlon Brando.
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level 59
Oct 11, 2015
Same! That one took me a long time, for the same reason!
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level 49
Mar 27, 2017
My last one, too.
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level 64
Nov 6, 2017
For me it was hard to get past moral. I had managed the rest quite fast, which gave me a minute or so to try and type as many variations as possible until it clicked.
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level 67
Apr 14, 2019
That one was Wayans too easy.
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level 58
Aug 6, 2015
Couldn't get TBAII.
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level 59
Mar 26, 2016
I haven't taken any other scramble quizzes lately, but why does this quiz only have 5-letter words?
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level 45
Jan 27, 2019
Presumably anything longer would be more challenging, anything shorter and it would practically be the original word. I guess the point of this quiz is to be able to unscramble lots of words quickly, not spend a lot of time unscrambling just a few.
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level 57
Mar 26, 2016
Took me from 1 minute until 7 seconds left to finally get groin. Don't know why my mind struggled so much with it.
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level 55
Mar 29, 2016
I guess I'm pretty skeevy - kept typing 'vulva' for LAUUV. Not my finest moment.
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level 6
Jul 27, 2016
me too xD
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level 75
May 12, 2017
There's nothing "skeevy" about it. It's the proper name for the external female genitalia. The problem is the letters don't work.
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level 6
Jul 27, 2016
awesome quiz :)
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level 21
Sep 15, 2016
26/27 ugh
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level 29
Jan 6, 2017
Uvula had me stumped. I was trying valve, vulva...
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level 44
May 13, 2017
I can't believe I didn't see Pupil for luppi... Eye mean seriously. Iris i had figured that one out.
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level 64
Nov 6, 2017
Eye see what you did there.:)
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level 28
Aug 2, 2017
Shoot...just missed nerve
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level 20
Jun 1, 2018
why is there no organ
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level 46
Dec 8, 2018
there is, liver is there
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level 58
Jan 23, 2019
*G R O A N*
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level 61
Oct 29, 2018
What's neat is that there are a lot more five-letter answers that were not even used. You could expand this quiz further.
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level 46
Dec 8, 2018
why the bleep is everything in capitals? Took me a while to realize I was staring at "i's" for a certain word. Makes everything harder to read anyway. But maybe that was exactly the point? But I can think of better ways to make a quiz more difficult. (it is like using very light yellow on a white background, it doesnt make the quiz itself harder, but it does make it harder to take it. Rather have a higher difficulty
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level 66
Jan 24, 2019
Why shouldn't it be in capitals? It's pretty common practice to do so in word scrambles like this, because it generally makes things clearer. The difference between "I" and "L," for instance, is more pronounced than between "i" and "l." Or in lower-case you run into problems like "rn" looking like "m," while in capitals the difference between "RN" and "M" is quite clear.
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level 46
Dec 8, 2018
even as a non native english speaker (I'm sure there is an error there, or better way to phrase it... my sentence I mean) I found it pretty easy. had 2:20 to spare. The th and double ll (for skull) and other things in the english language that arent written as they sound (extra letters) do make it harder, but that is the fun bit. :)
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level 16
Dec 29, 2018
Technically, not everybody has an ovary. And sometimes, I wonder if everybody has a brain (that was a joke, I know people have brains).
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level 66
Jan 24, 2019
So? Just because paraplegics exist doesn't mean the ankle isn't a body part. Just because newborns and my dad exist doesn't mean teeth aren't body parts. Admittedly, those are lower percentages than ovaries, but still. Roughly half of the human population has ovaries, so I think they fully count as body parts.
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level 54
Jan 23, 2019
I didn't get ovary and I'm mildly ashamed of myself.
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level 70
Jan 23, 2019
What about SEPIN?
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level 70
Jan 23, 2019
you know, SPINE