Wordle Today: See July 7 Wordle Hints, Answer

Has Thursday wordle did you throw for a loop? It happens! It’s no shame if it’s all just too much and you suddenly feel like you’ve literally never learned a single five-letter word in your dang life. We’ve got what you need to refresh your memory and gather your thoughts.

The answer to the 7th of July wordlepuzzle #383, can be found at the end of this article, with the spoiler clearly marked. If you’re not ready to find the solution, read on for a few tips, gentle hints, and strategies to help you figure it out today and every day.

who made wordle† where went wordle Comes from?

wordleIts sudden explosion in late 2021 sparked a press round targeting its creator. Former Reddit engineer Josh Wardle conceived the game in 2021 as a private practice for him and his word game-loving partner. It eventually became a staple of their WhatsApp messaging family, and then Wardle began to suspect he might have something special enough to merit a wider release.

So special, in fact, that the New York Times bought it from him in early 2022. Hundreds of thousands of people now play it every day.

Not the day you’re looking for? Here is the wordle answer before July 6.

What happened to the wordle archive?

A wordle a day is all well and good, but sometimes it just isn’t enough. While you could once play through the entire archive of puzzles from the past, the archive has been removed at the request of the New York Times, according to the site.

What’s best? wordle opening word?

We’ve got some ideas to help you pick the perfect first move. Such tips include choosing a word with at least two different vowels in it, plus a few common consonants such as S, T, R, or N. If you also want a chance to win the elusive 1/6 result, make sure than before that your trusted starter a day earlier was not the solution – the glossary will not be repeated until sometime in 2027.

is there a wordle app for Android or iOS? Is wordle free?

You may find “Wordle” results in an iOS App Store or Google Play Store search, but make no mistake for the real thing. wordle, the original that Josh Wardle conceived and kindly delivered to the internet in late 2021, currently only exists as a browser game that lives here. If you play it elsewhere, it’s – at best – a blatant knock-off trying to capitalize on someone else’s success.

And yes, it is still free.

ALSO SEE:

The best Apple deals for Prime Day 2022: MacBooks, iPads, AirPods and more

Is wordle get harder?

If you have found wordle too easy, there is a hard mode that you can enable to give yourself more challenge. But unless you activate this mode, we can assure you that: wordle doesn’t get any harder. (The past week or so has certainly served up some real doozies, though, so don’t beat yourself up too much if you’ve broken your streak.)

Why are there two different ones? wordle answers some days?

The whole point of wordle is that everyone solves the same puzzle, with the same answer, no matter where you are in the world. Occasionally, however, the puzzle game accepts two different correct solutions on the same day, apparently in conflict with wordle law.

This deviation is due to changes in the New York Times started making after it was acquired wordle earlier this year, removing obscure or potentially sensitive words from the original list Wardle had compiled. To make sure you always get the same puzzle as everyone else, refresh your browser before playing – don’t worry, the site will remember your streak.

A subtle hint for the wordle answer today:

It’s an adjective.

Today wordle is a 5-letter word that starts with…

The letter a!

Another subtle hint:

A letter occurs more than once.

What is the answer to the 7th of July wordle

Finished?

We’re going to tell you the answer.

Today’s word is…

AGAPE

Reporting by Caitlin Welsh, Amanda Yeo and Adam Rosenberg contributed to this article.

Leave a Comment