Here is the answer to the Weaver puzzle for today, released on December 8th, 2022, and some hints to help you solve it.
Weaver is an online puzzle game where players are given two words and the aim of the game is to ‘weave’ your way from the first word to the second word. The way in which you do this is by entering a four-letter word, which only changes one letter from the starter word to get you closer to the bottom word.
You need to continue to change one letter in each subsequent word in order to get to the end word, which could be done by changing one letter which is in the bottom word, making the optimal words four, but this may not be the case for all Weaver puzzles.
Due to the nature of this game, there are multiple solutions as you can use different words. We will be showing you one of the solutions and will try to get the optimum amount of words as possible.
There are different ways in which you can tackle the puzzle as you could work from the bottom upwards instead to see if that helps you, but you will need to remember the words you choose in your head or write them down, so keep a pen and paper at hand if you would prefer to solve the puzzle like that.
We will also be giving you some hints for the puzzle first to help you to solve the puzzle as well as the answer at the bottom of the article.
Weaver Hints Today – December 8, 2022
The starter word for the Weaver puzzle released today, December 8th, 2022, is ‘HEAD’ and the end word is ‘LINE’. There is only one letter you can change for every word you choose, but remember, the letter you change does not have to be in the answer.
The puzzle can be difficult to solve sometimes so here are some clues we have for the Weaver puzzle to help you to solve the answers today.
- Hint 1: The optimal words for this puzzle is 5.
- Hint 2: Change the first letter for the first word.
- Hint 3: Change the third letter for the second word.
- Hint 4: Change the fourth letter for the third word.
- Hint 5: Change the second letter for the fourth word.
- Hint 5: Change the fourth letter for the fifth word.
QUIZ: How many questions can you solve from the quiz below?
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If a doctor gives you three pills and tells you to take one every half hour, how long will it take to finish all the pills?
What is half of 2 + 2?
What letter comes next in this sequence? O, T, T, F, F, S, S, ?
If you pass the 2nd person in a race, what position are you in?
What 10 letter word starts with gas?
There are two ducks in front of a duck, two ducks behind a duck and a duck in the middle. How many ducks are there?
Jill and Mary enjoy playing hockey, Kim and Jill enjoy playing football, Kim and Mary enjoy swimming. Who enjoys both swimming and hockey?
What disappears as soon as you say its name?
What common English verb becomes its own past tense by rearranging its letters?
I am related to the water, but I am not wet. I am related to a shadow, but I am multicoloured. I create an illusion, but show what is real. What am I?
What on earth could dance, and live and die, without legs, or lungs, or being alive?
When you dig a hole 4 feet deep, 5 feet wide and 6 feet long, how much dirt is in it?
I am an odd number. Take away one letter from me and I become even. What number am I?
What goes up and down, but never moves?
What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years?
If you divide 30 by a half and add 10, what's the answer?
A farmer had ten sheep. All but seven of them died, so how many sheep were left?
How many animals of each species did Moses take with him into the Ark?
What are the Weaver Answer Today? (December 8th, 2022) (12/8/22)
If you are still struggling for the words today, the answers and the definitions to the Weaver puzzle released today are:
- LEAD – cause (a person or animal) to go with one by holding them by the hand, a halter, a rope, etc. while moving forward.
- LEND – grant to (someone) the use of (something) on the understanding that it will be returned.
- LENT – past tense of lend.
- LINT – short, fine fibres which separate from the surface of cloth or yarn during processing.
- LINE – a long, narrow mark or band.
Well done if you managed to guess the answers to the Weaver today! Let us know how you got to the answer in the comments section below.