It’s an easy to understand game. Players must correctly guess a new word every day in six tries. This word game can be played on desktop, laptop and mobile browsers. Josh Wardle, a Welsh software engineer, designed and built the game.
Today’s Wordle Clues
The Wordle 462 clues are as follows:
The word of the day on Wordle has two vowels.
The Wordle of September 24 is a verb.
A and E are the vowels in Wordle 462.
In Wordle 462, no alphabet is repeated.
The word in Wordle for today begins with the letter “G”.
Today’s Wordle defines “cutting food into small pieces”.
Today’s Wordle Solution
The solution for Wordle 462 is GRATE.
How to play Wordle
The game layout is 5 by 6. The alphabets entered by players will be highlighted in multiple colors for each attempt. Players must insert letters into a maze to guess the solution. If a box were to turn green, it would be to indicate that the letter was correctly positioned in the sentence of the day. If a box turns yellow, it means that the letter is in the Wordle but has not been placed in the right place. If a letter is not present in the word at all, the box will turn gray.
Go to nytimes.com/games/wordle/index.html
You only have six chances to correctly identify today’s Wordle.
Type the five-letter words you think are the answers and submit the answers by pressing the “Enter” symbol on the Wordle keyboard.
As you upload the answers, the tiles change color. A green tile means you put the correct letter in the correct place. A yellow tile means you have the correct letter in the wrong place.
Who designed Wordle?
Josh Wardle, a Welsh software engineer, designed and built Wordle.
Who owns Wordle?
The New York Times Company owns Wordle.
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