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Wordle Hint – June 22, Answer 368
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The Oxford Languages dictionary definition of today’s word is:
The extreme edge of land before a steep slope or a body or water.
Wordle Today – June 22, Answer 368
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Still here? Great. Then the Wordle answer today is:
And there we have it – you’ve beat Wordle for the day, and you’ve learned something. Go give yourself a pat on the back.
What is Wordle?
Wordle is a word game owned by the New York Times that challenges you to guess a word every single day. You’re given six tries to guess, and all you have to go on is the number of letters.
How Does it Work?
You start by guessing any word that you can think of, and Wordle will tell you if the word is correct or not. Chances are it isn’t, but any letters you used that are in the correct word are highlighted yellow. If they’re also in the correct place, they’re green.
Taking ‘TRAIT’ as an example, if you guessed ‘CRATE’ on your first go, the letters ‘C’ and ‘E’ will appear in black, as they don’t appear in the word ‘TRAIT’. ‘R’ and ‘A’ would appear in green, as they appear in ‘TRAIT’ and are in the correct places.
Where Can I Play?
You can play Wordle on the official New York Times site right now. It works on any browser, including desktop, mobile, and tablet.