Looking for a hint on how to solve today’s Wordle puzzle? Look no further.
Some Wordle games are really hard, and people are looking for clues, so we thought we’d help out on how to solve today’s Wordle.
Note: we will give the answer at the end of this articleso if you don’t want spoilers, avoid the last sentence of this story.
Clue #1: The word has two vowels next to each other.
Tip #2: It’s something used as a sealer.
Before we give the answer to today’s puzzle, here’s some background on the online puzzle craze known as Wordle.
Wordle is a free online word game where players must guess the five-letter word in six tries or less.
Here’s how it works:
- If the letter of your guess does not match the target word, the letter will turn gray.
- If the letter of your guess is in the word but not in the correct position, the letter will turn yellow.
- If the letter is in the word and it is in the right place, it will take on a bright green hue.
You have six attempts to solve the puzzle of the day, and based on anecdotal evidence on Twitter – it’s fun, challenging and addictive.
Everyone is only allowed to solve one puzzle per day, like a daily crossword or the Sudoku puzzle you’d find in a newspaper or magazine.
The only difference is that the puzzle is online and at least thousands of people guess the same word every day competing with each other.
The main reason why it became popular on social media is that people could easily share their puzzle results on social media platforms like Twitter.
In fact, it became so popular that The New York Times bought the game for seven figures. However, according to The Times, the game will remain free for the time being for new and existing players.
There are several ways to play Wordle more than once a day if you wish.
You can visit this Wordle archive pagewhich chronicles each day’s puzzle and lets you try the ones you missed.
Or you can try this Wordle puzzle generatorwhich gives you a new puzzle whenever you want.
Still can’t solve today’s Wordle puzzle?
The answer is: CAULK.
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