Get to grips with some of the new three-letter words in the Collins Official Scrabble Wordlist 2015, out now.

an interjection used to express anger or annoyance (4 points)

(Japanese) a school of martial arts (6 points)

to vomit (8 points)

an interjection used to express disgust (6 points)

air pollution caused by volcanic dust (7 points)

cooked with steam (6 points)

a dispute about the right to publish material on the Internet under a fictitious name (8 points)

a pack (9 points)

a state of confusion (12 points)

to dominate or humiliate an opponent esp in online gaming (8 points)

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