SPOILER WARNING - Wordle #647 is out! Our tips and handy hints for answering it and all previous answers right here.
Today's wordle answer isn't tricky, but it depends on where you place the correct letter tiles on your game board, so if you want some helpful hints, keep reading.
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Drumroll, please… what is today’s Wordle answer?
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March 28, #647 HURRY
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Wordle’s answer for yesterday #646 GUANO
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Cracking the daily Wordle puzzle requires a certain flexibility and word know-how of the English language, but it's not impossible. So to stop brain freeze every time you head to the daily 5-letter six-guess Wordle grid, keep these Wordle tips in mind.
Start with common English vowels. The most common vowels in the English language are A, E, I, O, and U, and sometimes Y stands in too. Try using these letters as your first guess, as they're most likely to appear in the hidden word.
Keep an eye out for patterns. As you guess different letter combinations, look for word patterns in the results. For example, if you guessed MOVIE and got two green squares on O and I, try guessing other five-letter words that include O and I in those spots.
Use the process of elimination. This might seem obvious, but even the most discerning Wordle player will know that the simple answer is right. So, if you enter a word that doesn’t get any green squares, eliminate those letters from your next guesses. Also, don't focus too much on double letters, as it's a 5-letter word; it's unlikely though not impossible.
Pay close attention to letter frequency. Some letters are more common in the English language than others. For example, E is by far the most common letter, followed by A, T, O, E, and I. The most common starting letters are T, O, A, and D, and the most common ending letters are E, S, T, and D.
Don’t get stuck on one word. You’ve got six guesses to find the correct letters for the hidden Wordle answer, so don’t get stuck on one possibility, especially on the first two guesses. Try different letter combinations until you find the one that turns the tiles into green and yellow squares.
Keep track of your guesses. Write down your incorrect letters and the number of yellow and green squares so you can refer back to them later. This will help you identify word patterns and, by process of elimination, stop you from using your gameplay on pointless moves.
Practice. The more you play Wordle and other word games, the quicker you’ll get at recognizing patterns to reveal the hidden 5-letter word. Using a Word Finder can also help you improve your vocabulary- the more words you discover, the better you’ll get at puzzle games.
Are you looking for a complete archive of previous Wordle answers? Did you know that CIGAR was the first ever Wordle answer in June 2021? Well, now you do. This list is sorted chronologically, giving you every Wordle answer for fan bases, from current Wordle answers to the first Wordle puzzle ever played.
You get 6 tries to guess the 5-letter word. Each word guess has to be a valid English word; you can't just input random characters. If you get a green square, it's a correct letter in the right spot; if you get a yellow square, that letter is in the word but in the wrong position.
Find out today’s answer here; we update this article daily with fresh hints and handy tips. We also have a list of previous answers from the first-ever Wordle grid!
The New York Times Company bought Wordle in 2022 from the creator and developer Josh Wardle, and now they publish and maintain Wordle. For those who like Wordle, there are spin-off daily word games to solve not associated with NYT, like Quordle and Octordle.