It’s Thanksgiving! This time of year is inevitably chaotic, but one thing you can be grateful for is a new Wordle puzzle to distract you from the mayhem. And as always, we’re here with our tips and tricks to help you figure out the solution. Our first handy hint: The New York Times recently added a new word list and updated the rules, so now plurals ending in S or ES will never be the solution.
If you want to bypass the struggle, you can jump to the bottom of this article to get November 23’s Wordle solution straight up. But if you prefer to work it out yourself, keep reading for a few clues, tips, and strategies to help you get there.
Where did Wordle come from?
While engineer Josh Wardle originally created Wordle for his partner, the word guessing game has since become a daily habit for thousands of players across the globe. In fact, Wordle became so popular that it was eventually purchased by the New York Times.
Wordle has also inspired numerous fanmade clones and alternate iterations, such as battle royale Squabble, music identification game Heardle, and variations like Dordle and Quordle that have you trying to guess multiple words at once. It has also provided ample content for TikTok creators, because sometimes it’s nice to just watch someone solve a problem rather than do it yourself.
What’s the best Wordle starting word?
The best Wordle starting word is whichever one makes you happy. However, if what makes you happy is strategy, we have a few ideas to help you find what works for you. Generally, it’s a good idea to fit at least two vowels into your first word, as well as more common consonants such as S, T, R, or N.
What happened to the Wordle archive?
The entire archive of past Wordle puzzles used to be available for anyone to enjoy when they had some spare time and no pressing responsibilities. Unfortunately it has since been taken down, which was done at the request of the New York Times according to the website’s creator.
Is Wordle getting harder?
Why are there two different Wordle answers some days?
While conventional wisdom states there should only be one Wordle solution on any given day, there are rare days where two different answers will be deemed acceptable. This is due to the New York Times having made changes to Wordle after acquiring it.
The Times has since added its own updated word list, so this should happen even less frequently than before. To avoid any confusion, it’s a good idea to refresh your browser before getting stuck into a new puzzle.
Here’s a subtle hint for today’s Wordle answer:
The answer to today’s Wordle is both a noun and a verb. It is also something that characters in Enid Blyton’s books often do in secret, typically in the middle of the night.
Does today’s Wordle answer have a double letter?
There aren’t any double letters in today’s Wordle solution, so you don’t have to worry about that!
Today’s Wordle is a 5-letter word that starts with…
Today’s Wordle starts with the letter F, as in “Freeze” by Stray Kids.
What’s the answer to Wordle today?
We’re about to reveal today’s Wordle solution, so get your last guesses in now!
Are you ready?
The answer to Wordle #523 is…
A feast is a large meal, usually held in celebration of an event. The word can also refer to the act of eating and drinking extravagantly and with gusto. Midnight feasts are a common feature in books by British author Enid Blyton, with students frequently indulging in delights such as tinned sardines and ginger beer.
Don’t feel sad if you didn’t get it this time! There will be a new Wordle puzzle for you to try tomorrow, and we’ll be back again with more tips and tricks to help you out.