The Wordle word game has provided easy terms to players for the past few weeks, allowing everyone to gain points daily. Today’s Wordle is also not that challenging. Friday the 13th has a negative reputation; however, we can reach an answer with your predictions and my assistance, leaving no reason for today to be the end of your hard-won Wordle streak.
To play this brainstorming game, you need to visit the New York Times’ official website and start playing. Wordle’s rules are likewise reasonably straightforward. A person must predict one five-letter word within six possibilities to get the day’s score.
We’re here to help if you’re having trouble with today’s Wordle #328. After you’ve finished guessing the word, you can post your score on social media sites like Twitter and WhatsApp. This might be your last chance to imagine today’s answer, as the answer will be revealed very soon.
Giving out a hint below to make the game easy and a bit more interesting.
So, today’s word has a particular singular meaning. It is only used when someone is mildly but not overly intoxicated.
Final answer Wordle #328
Did you guess it now? No worries if you haven’t! Let’s come to the finishing point now.
The answer to today’s Wordle is ‘TIPSY’. It is an adjective which is referred to someone who is slightly drunk.
How does it work?
In Wordle, you are given 5 boxes where you are to guess a secret five letter word but the turning point is you get only six chances to get that right.
Supposedly, the word is “Pause” – It is a good word as it has three vowels and no repeated letters.
When you start guessing, If the box turns black, The letter is not right at all
If the box turns yellow, it is not in the right position.
If the box turns green, it means you have got the letter right and in the right position.
Josh Wardle, a software engineer dreamed up this amazing software for his wife who loved word games. Later, it became so interesting and popular among people after their friends and family that it got the recognition worldwide.
The game was later sold to New York Times for seven figures. Isn’t it amazing?
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