Yes, get is in the scrabble dictionary
...and is worth 5 points.
1. Get around to To find the time or occasion for.
2. Get away with To escape the consequences of (a blameworthy act, for example): got away with cheating.
3. Get back at To take revenge on.
4. Get cracking To begin to work; get started.
5. Get even To obtain revenge.
1. Chiefly British Slang A foolish or contemptible person.
2. Progeny; offspring.
3. Sports A return, as in tennis, on a shot that seems impossible to reach.
4. The act of begetting.
5. something begotten.
1. Get about To be out of bed and beginning to walk again, as after an illness.
2. Get across To be convincing or understandable: How can I get across to the students?.
3. Get across To make understandable or clear: tried to get my point across.
4. Get after To urge or scold: You should get after them to mow the lawn.
5. Get along To advance, especially in years.
1. To gain possession of.
2. To receive as a return .
3. To obtain by concession or entreaty .
4. To become affected by (a disease or bodily condition) .
5. To seek out and obtain .
1. Informal To depart immediately: yelled at the dog to get.
2. To be able or permitted: never got to see Europe; finally got to work at home.
3. To be successful in becoming: get free of a drug problem.
4. To be successful in coming or going: When will we get to Dallas?.
5. To become drawn in, entangled, or involved: got into debt; get into a hassle.
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