The end of the week brings a new Wordle for players to solve. For those having a bit of trouble here are the hints, and answer, to today’s Wordle.
As February comes to a close, another Wordle puzzle is available for fans of the game. Today’s answer shouldn’t create too much trouble for most as it is a fairly common word. Some players might get in a sticky situation trying to figure it out, but most likely this Sunday Wordle will be simple.
For those who prefer a challenge, the Wordle copycat Quordle might be right up their alley. This game provides four Wordle words at once that a player must solve using a shared number of guesses. Luckily, it’s more than the standard six, but it’s still very difficult to balance each game without running out of opportunities .
Today’s Wordle Hints (February 26th #617)
Before fully spoiling today’s Wordle answer, we’ve provided a few hints to help out those who just need a little push in the right direction.
Today’s answer contains the “sometimes” vowel.
this Wordle word goes great with a certain round, fluffy breakfast item.
Although appearing in nature naturally, one way to make this Wordle The answer is to dissolve sugar in boiling water.
Today’s Wordle Answer (February 26th #617)
The February 26th Wordle answer is SYRUP.
For our starting Wordle word today we used our standard beginning word, IRATE. This only provided a single ‘R’ in the wrong position. Quickly pivoting we went with ROUND as our second guess. This helped a little more by proving another incorrect spot for ‘R’ and the vow ‘U’.
Moving things around a bit again we tried CURBS for our third guess which locked in the ‘R’ and added another new letter to the mix. Finally, after a bit of shuffling, we solved it and scored a Wordle win-in-four with SYRUP. Another successful game down, and another number for our long-standing win streak.
More Wordle: 5 Letter Words Wordle Hasn’t Used Yet
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- Josh Wardle, The New York Times Company
- Wordle is a web-based word-guessing game developed by Josh Wardle that took the world by storm in 2021. Players are given a five-letter word to guess and have six attempts to get the word correct. When they get a letter correct, it will mark itself as green if it’s in the correct position and yellow if it is the correct letter in the wrong position. A yellow letter also means that letter could appear more than once. Wordle was purchased by The New York Times Company in 2022 and added to their website and app, keeping the core game free to play as promised – with additional words and other bonuses available through subscription, and is available via browser, iOS, and Android.