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Today's Wordle Answers #423 – August 16, 2022

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Yesterday we said we weren’t sure if this week’s Wordle answers would increase or decrease the difficulty. Well, things started off mildly – WordleBot says most players need 4 tries to figure out today’s answer, and we only need 3 guesses. It’s a bit ironic because today the word means punishment in one context, but it ended up being easy. We want to keep our Wordle winning streak alive, but it’s more important to us that you continue to keep yours. So read on for some tips to help you crack today’s puzzles, and as always, we’ll reveal the answers in part two so you can skip ahead if you want.

Today’s word has two vowels in the third and fourth positions – “U” and “E” and no repeating consonants. It is a noun and the first letter is “G”. In addition to the meaning we mentioned above, it can also describe gruel. If you add -ling to the end of a word, it becomes an adjective describing something that is extremely laborious and demanding. get it? If you have it, great! If not, check the solution word below the next image.

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Today’s Wordle Puzzle (#423 – August 16, 2022) The answer is porridge. We’ve provided some definitions of it, but it also defines something that’s unimportant, inadequate, or unsatisfactory. If something is gruel, it may actually be a watery paste or soup, or a metaphor for something so deficient that it does not contain water.

The word gruel is derived from the Middle English “grewel”, which means using beans or Meals made from lentils, and derived from the Anglo French “gruel”, which means whole grain. It also goes back to the Old English “grūt”, which means meal. These origin words mainly trace the history of the word gruel in the context of being a porridge meal. Its usage to describe punishment is mainly British, from the phrase “to get one’s gruel” (via Merriam-Webster).

Today we start guessing with the word fraud, then guess with brute, This sequence eliminates enough letters to get us “porridge” on the third guess. WordleBot reports that it can also solve this puzzle in 3 attempts, which is a well-deserved tip for us to give ourselves a high five. We hope this article helped you get it done in record time as well.



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