Here is the Wordle 233 word for today, released on February 7th 2022.
A new word is released in Wordle every day and players all around the world continue to go onto the PowerLanguage website to complete the Wordle of the day. The aim of the game is simple, try to guess the five letter word in six tries or less in order to win. The catch is there are no clues given to you at the start and all guesses you make have to be a word in the American English language in order for it to count so you can’t guess random letters.
It may seem hard, but the guesses you make will help you to solve the word. That’s because the tiles the letters are in will either turn one of three colours, green, yellow or grey, which tells you whether or not the letter features in the word or not. Grey simply means the letter does not appear in the Wordle at all, so try not to use it in subsequent guesses. Yellow means you have the right letter but it is not in the position you have guessed. Green shows you that you have the right letter in the correct spot and that’s ideally what you want to see!
Wordle Hints Today
Every day we give our readers some hints as to what the word is and here are the clues we have for Wordle 233 today.
Hint 1: Contains the letter D
Hint 2: It starts with the letter E
Hint 3: There is only one vowel, but it appears twice in the word.
Hint 4: Has something to do with age.
What is the Wordle 233 Answer Today? (February 7th, 2022)
As usual, I will be going through how I got the Wordle of the day, so here’s the step by step of how I solved Wordle 233.
To start, I guessed the word ‘LATER’ and this guess showed that I had placed the E and the R in the right place and that there is an L in the word, but doesn’t appear at right at the start of the word. From there I guessed the word ‘OLDER’ and this was a huge success as I now knew what the last four letters are and only have to guess the first one! I then guessed the correct word for my third try, which seems to be my number, and Wordle 223 is…
Well done if you guessed that right!
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