Definition of scrabbler in US English:

scrabbler

noun

  • See scrabble

    • ‘Unfortunately, grown-up ‘scrabblers’ will have to stay home with their dictionaries and boards, since this competition is open to only students.’
    • ‘He beat three other scrabblers to settle for 35th position after five wins and a -330 spread.’
    • ‘He appealed to scrabblers in other parts of Zambia to get in touch with the national mother body if they are to be included in next year's Africa championships.’
    • ‘The association is also appealing to well-wishers to contribute towards the tournament, which is expected to be attended by scrabblers from 6 countries.’
    • ‘Zambia's highly rated scrabbler Paul Kalumba added yet another title to his name when he bagged the Celtel Open championship.’