Wordle is back for another day.
The wildly popular puzzle game has undoubtedly lost some of its appeal since its height in February, but it’s still going fairly well, and I’m still here to guide you on your journey by writing this daily column.
Buckle up and let’s have a look since today’s Wordle is a little difficult than the prior few.
How Wordle Works
The game Wordle is easy to pick up and play.
When you correctly guess a word, the letters will appear in green boxes if they are in the proper place and in yellow boxes if they are not. The alphabet below has greyed-out incorrect letters. You can piece together the right response by making educated guesses and rearrange letters. Links are provided below to assist you with Wordling.
- If you’re new to the game, read our Wordle primer before you play to find out how it all began.
- Then, you can read the Wordle Tips and Tricks guide here if you want more sophisticated strategies to obtain those low guess answers.
- Not what you might expect, the finest Wordle starting word.
Today’s Wordle #390 Hint & Answer
SPOILER ALERT. SPOILER ALERT. SPOILER ALERT. HIGH ALERT. HIGH ALERT. HIGH ALERT.
Oh, I see, this is one of those words. There are just so many choices, particularly if you correctly anticipate the last “ER”—which I did with tamer—on your first try.
When I was done creating this Wordle, I made the decision not to even check in with Wordle Bot. I anticipate his response. Instead of continuing to throw letters at the solution, I should have made guesses for words without the letter “ER” at the end to eliminate out additional possibilities.
So be it. This was not my best Wordle effort because, as I’ll admit, I was rushing to finish it before heading to a little social gathering. However, I was able to solve it in the end using the word “liver,” which, if you’ve ever attended a social event, is a suitable choice.
Folks, it is Thursday. We’re getting close! I’m prepared as the weekend draws near.
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