Wordle 264: Tips for today’s word puzzle (3/10/22)


Wordle 264 is not necessarily difficult but it is not easy either.

Wordle is a daily word game owned by The New York Times. Players get six tries to figure out the five-letter word of the day. We have some tips to help you solve today’s puzzle.

wordle can be addictive. Chances are you’ve seen countless combinations of yellow and green squares popping up on social media when people share their results. But what does all this mean?

If a user-guessed word has a letter that is in the word of the day, but not in the correct order, the mailbox turns yellow. If any letters are incorrect and not included in the last word, the box turns gray. But, if one of the guessed letters is in the word and is in the correct position, the box turns green.

So anyway, let’s get to some tips for today, if you need them.

  • Today’s word uses two vowels.
  • The word is common but not used every day.
  • Four of the letters are among the 12 most common in the English language.


Stop scrolling if you don’t want to know the answer for Thursday, March 10, 2022.

Did you use your six guesses? If not, keep trying.

We had some snow yesterday and may have more on Saturday. PennLive’s Jenna Wise reports, “Rain could start falling after 1 a.m. Saturday, combine with snow, then turn to snow Saturday afternoon, forecasters say. Winds of nearly 40 mph are possible, and forecasters said 1 to 3 inches of snow could accumulate.

What about gas prices? Every day, prices reach new records and blow personal budgets.

Daylight saving time is Sunday, March 13. Don’t forget to put your clocks forward one hour – yuck, we’re losing an hour.

A week later, it’s the first day of spring and Rita’s Italian Ice is reestablishing its tradition of giving out free ice cream on March 20.

Here is your break-even point. The answer follows this photo.

Gas prices in a Turkey Hill store on Derry Street in Swatara Township. March 8, 2022. Dan Gleiter | [email protected]

Today’s word is: LAPSE.


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