The rules of Wordle and the game itself are so interesting for fans that they aren’t done with the game yet. The rules are very simple for the game. You guess a five-letter word in six guesses to find the correct word. People have been enhancing their vocabularies ever since The New York Times released this game.
Every midnight the words are reshuffled and a new word is put for the next day. Although hints are provided in the form of color-coded blocks. The answer to today’s Wordle is “STEAD”. The meaning of the word is the place or part that someone or something should have or fill.
Wordle’s answer for yesterday was the word “Voice”. Before that, the word was “Agape”, and the word on July 6 was “Fluff”. For July 5 the answer was “Field”. The Wordle for July 3 was “Egret”, and early to that, the Wordle for July 2 was “Hutch”. July 1 Wordle was “Gawky”, and on June 30 Wordle was “Droll”.
You can play Wordle from any browser or desktop. It is supported on Google Chrome, Safari, Brave, and more. You just press the official link for the website and voila! You can play the game, free of cost and without any registration hassle.
In simple terms, Wordle is a word-guessing game where you need to guess a hidden five-letter word in six attempts. The correct attempt will mark a particular block with a single letter as ‘green.’ If the secret world has the letter ‘G’ in it, but your selected word places the letter in the wrong block, it will be shown in yellow. If the tile stays gray, it means the letter is not in any spot. Every day, Wordle chooses a new word of the day, which means, the secret word keeps changing.
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