news week has some pointers to get you across the finish line in today’s edition Wordlthe puzzle that has become the daily solution for millions worldwide.
The rules are simple, but finding the answer can be tricky. You have to find a five-letter word in six tries. When the tile turns green, you have the right letter in the right place. If you get a correct letter but in the wrong part of the word, it will turn yellow. Any letter that is not in the word will turn gray.
At the end of the game, a stats box shows your track record, which you can share with others.
software engineer joh Wardle started work on the game in 2013 and finished it with the help of his partner Palak Shah during a COVID-19 lockdown. The game draws from around 2,500 words or riddles worth seven years.
Launched with a title that makes puns on Wardle’s name, the game was initially played by just a few dozen people when it opened to the public in October 2021. It gained global reach when it was bought That New York Times and within a few months it is now being enjoyed and studied by tens of millions of people.
‘Wordle’ #357 Five clues for Saturday June 11th
news week has put together five clues to help players find the right answer Wordl #357 alone. Each clue reveals more information than the previous one.
Tip #1: Wordl #357 is usually used as a noun and has two vowels, one of which occurs twice.
Clue #2: The vowels that are the same today Wordl stand in the middle of the word.
Clue #3: Those two vowels in the middle of today Wordl change if in plural.
Tip #4: The definition of a word that rhymes with today Wordl is the opposite of solid.
Hint #5: Merriam-Webster Defined Wordl #357 as “one of the numerous large water-fowl lying among swans and ducks.”
Wordle’ #357 answer for Saturday June 11th
The answer to Wordl for Saturday June 11th is “Goose”.
Wordl updates every day at 7pm ET, and then the next word will be made available for players to try and solve.
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