With The New York Times purchasing Wordle this year, the game has experienced increasing popularity. As the name may suggest, Wordle is a word-guessing game where you have up to six attempts to guess the correct 5-letter word for the day. Every time you make a guess, each letter is color-coded to indicate which letters are in the word and whether they are in the correct spot. Since there are thousands of different words to choose from, some days may be more difficult than others, depending on how common the word is. This guide will provide various hints and the final answer for Wordle 327 on May 12, 2022. Just be careful; this guide is not spoiler-free!
Wordle 327 – Hints and Answer for May 12, 2022
In this version of Wordle, you have up to six attempts to guess the correct word. Depending on the word you type and the letters you use, each box will be shaded in one of three colors. If the box is shaded grey, that letter does not appear anywhere in the final word. If it is yellow, the letter appears somewhere in the word but is currently in the wrong spot. Similarly, if it is green, you have the correct letter in the right spot.
Before jumping into the final answer for today’s Wordle, here are some hints that will help steer you in the right direction towards solving it:
- There is only one vowel in the word.
- It ends with a G.
- “He _ his coat over the chair.”
Wordle #327 – Final Answer
If you want to find the exact answer to today’s Wordle, you’ll find it below:
- May 12, 2022, Wordle Answer: Slung
Since Wordle does not typically repeat words, it is unlikely that this word will appear again anytime soon. However, if you play unofficial versions of Wordle, you may find different or repeats of past words. Best of luck with future Wordles!
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Wordle is available on PC, Android and iOS devices through the official New York Times site.