‘Wordle’ #365: Clues, Hints and Reply for Sunday, June 19

The principles are easy, however getting the reply might be troublesome, which is why Newsweek is providing some hints to get you over the road in immediately’s Wordle.

You get six makes an attempt to get the five-letter phrase and lots hinges on what you set down first, which clearly needs to be a guess.

If a letter is right and in the best place, it goes inexperienced, and whether it is proper and within the incorrect place, it turns yellow. An incorrect letter turns grey.

On the puzzle’s completion, a field seems through which folks can share on social media. Many eager gamers put up on Twitter what number of tries it took to get the best reply.

This picture illustration reveals an individual taking part in on-line phrase sport “Wordle” on a cell phone in Arlington, Virginia, on Might 9, 2022. Newsweek affords some hints for the puzzle on 18 June 2022.
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The sport’s title is a pun on the title of its creator Josh Wardle, an engineer who began engaged on it in 2013, and accomplished it throughout the COVID lockdown. Helped by his associate, Palak Shah, the sport was launched on the finish of 2021 and was solely performed by a number of dozen folks.

A wide range of ways might be employed. Wardle, for instance, stated he would spend the primary few tries making an attempt to eradicate as a lot of the alphabet as he can.

The sport’s international attain was assured when it was purchased by The New York Instances and now the sport is a every day staple for tens of thousands and thousands of individuals. Wardle’s creation has additionally impressed different every day puzzles just like the globe-trotting guessing sport Worldle and the math-based Nerdle.

The graph beneath, supplied by Statista, reveals how a lot Wordle has captured the creativeness over the previous couple of months.

Wordle Use Stats
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‘Wordle’ #365 5 Hints for Sunday, June 19

Newsweek has put collectively 5 clues to assist gamers get the best reply for Wordle #365 on their very own. Every trace ought to reveal extra info than the earlier one.

Trace #1: Wordle #365 is a noun, with two vowels. There aren’t any repeated letters.

Trace #2: Wordle #365 begins and ends with consonants.

Trace #3: Right now’s Wordle can be utilized as an insult.

Trace #4: It would assist should you’re a fan of early Beck songs.

Trace #5: Merriam-Webster partially defines Wordle #365 “an individual who’s incompetent or unable to succeed.”

‘Wordle’ #365 Reply for Sunday, June 19

The reply to Wordle for Sunday, June 19 is “loser”.

Wordle refreshes itself at 7 p.m. ET day-after-day, after which the subsequent phrase might be made obtainable for gamers to try to resolve.

Wordle followers who want one thing to maintain themselves preoccupied whereas they wait till the every day puzzle has up to date can have a go at these comparable word-based puzzles.