If WordleBot’s suggested starting word slate is your first guess in Wordle, Then today’s puzzle might be a piece of cake for you. But since you’re here, chances are you’re struggling, and we’re here to help. As usual, we’ll share tips that can lead you to find the answer yourself, and reveal the full answer in part two for those who like to cut to the chase.
The word of the day contains a repeated vowel E as its third and fourth letters. It’s an adjective used to describe something smooth and shiny. Some examples of things that might use this adjective: hair, smartphones, and cars. If a person is described as [solution word], they appear to be well-organized and well-dressed. If you replace the last letter of the cryptic word with a P, you’ll get a host of biologically inactive names, usually with closed eyes and dormant bodies.
The answer rhymes with Chic
If you’re still not sure, the answers to today’s Wordle puzzles are Simple. If something or someone is graceful, graceful, or poised, then they are sleek. If someone can speak well, you can also describe him as smooth. The word is a variant of Middle English “slike”, which means smooth (via the root word). Its earliest use was to describe healthy-looking animal hair—for example, Shakespeare used the word when the character Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream described his donkey’s fur.
We tried to crack the password five times today, starting with our The word share taps the answer, followed by sieve, steel, and sleep. WordleBot only needs two tries because its usual opening guess slate contains three of the five letters of the answer word. We hope you find this article sooner than we can, and if you’re craving more puzzle-solving action, there are more games like Wordle here to keep you busy.