The wordle answer for today, the 3rd October, is a good way to start the week.
Wordle''s aim is to analyze a daily five-letter word in six guesses. The less the guesses, the better, and if you fail to guess it at all, you''ll break the cycle.
The latter is why today''s Wordle answer is such a priority as players excel in keeping their streak going. So why take a risky final guess when you can learn a few clues and, failing that, get the definitive answer? This page can help you out.
Have you ever used the word for other word games once you have used it? We have discussed the topic of authorship in the domain of Cyptic crosswords and Sudoku, and why The NYTimes Mini Crossword is a real pleasure.
Clues for today''''s Wordle answer
Instead of going straight to the answer, you might only need a few tweaks to get you over the line:
- There are no repeating letters in this word.
- There is a single vowel, placed in the middle.
- The starting letter is S.
- The final letter is G.
Still not sure? Read on for a review.
On the 3rd October, 2022, the Wordle answer for word 471.
Still not sure, even with the above clues, and want to keep that streak going?
Today, Wordle''s answer is "STING."
With our combination of starting letters, we handled this fairly swiftly, as once we received the first three letters, the remainder was a process of elimination. (Though we did waste a guess on STIFF.)
Remember, you may share your results without having to do so in a grid.
No one has to know you came to this page to start researching it. Perhaps put in two or three fake guesses first to throw them off the scent, however?
Want to learn more about Wordle ahead of the next answer?
Since Wordle''s shaky debut in October 2021, millions of players were seen checking in every day within a few months.
App stores were bombarded with clones to capitalize on its popularity. Elsewhere, one developer who had a similar name game available donated their cash to charity, owing to mistaken names for the five-letter guessing game, with (the modern) Wordle''s creator Dan Wardle slammed as a "class act."
The most prominent feature in Wordle''s history is its purchase by the New York Times for an undisclosed seven-figure sum, bringing the game to the paper''s umbrella of online games.
Wordle is still alive and well, although there have been some minor changes in the game.
The first migration saw streaks reset for some players, while rude words were removed from the dictionary, which has resulted in the word list changing, resulting in some players receiving a different word. The New York Times has also closed a "unauthorised" archive site of previous Wordle puzzles.