Wordle is a daily word game by the New York Times Games. It is a challenging word puzzle game with simple rules but a challenging premise. In order to get through each puzzle every day with a success, players might need a little bit of nudge in the right direction. While this might mean technical clues for the word or perhaps spoilers for individual letters, stumped word puzzle fans can find everything the might need to win today below.
Technical Hints for the NYT Wordle 886 for November 22, 2023
The Wordle word today is challenging for a number of reasons. If anyone can’t come up with the answer and just wants a little nudge in the right direction, check out all the helpful hints below. Players can find info like the part of speech of the word, similar words, and more.
Good Starting Words for Today’s Puzzle
If anyone is looking for a strong starter for today, choose words with several vowels in them. Many places have argued over the best starting Wordle words, but most people seem to agree that one of these four words is the best possible starting place: TRACE, ADIEU, AUDIO, or RAISE. Of these four, the best starter today would be either ADIEU or RAISE.
Today’s Wordle Word’s Part of Speech
Today’s Wordle word is a noun.
Number of Vowels in Today’s Wordle
There are two vowels in today’s word.
Number of Repeated Letters in the Wordle
Today’s Wordle word contains NO repeated letters.
Similar Words to Today’s Wordle
Similar words to the Wordle answer for today: Square.
Revealing Wordle 886 for November 22, 2023 One Letter at a Time
In order to win today’s puzzle and avoid losing a Wordle winning streak, players might want just one letter at a time spoiled to them. In each of the five sections below, they will find just one of the five letters in today’s puzzle.
Complete Spoiler for the Wordle 886 for November 22, 2023
If word puzzle fans just need the full spoiler for today’s Wordle, check below. The word is located inside the expandable section.
The answer to the Wordle for today is: P I X E L.
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