While many of us might be busy visiting friends and family over the Easter holidays, there’s still time to enjoy quick Wordle puzzles when you get a moment. Wordle 301 is available for April 16th, and while it’s not the most obscure word, there’s a good chance it will catch some people. If you need help solving the latest Wordle puzzle for April 16th, head down the page for a bunch of spoiler-free hints and clues to point you in the right direction. Good luck and God bless you!
Before we get to the clues, let’s quickly jump to the rules. In Wordle, players are given six chances to guess a five-letter word.
You will need to use the delete operation to reveal the correct answer, so pay close attention to the color of the squares.
If the letter box turns gray, the letter will not appear in the word you are guessing. If the tile turns yellow, then the letter you guessed is in the word, and not in the correct position. If the tile turns green, then the letter is in the word and in the right place.
The app keeps track of your stats, displaying the number of correct answers you’ve managed, as well as your winning streak.
If you fail to solve the puzzle, you will have to wait until the next day for a new Wordle to be released. You will also lose your precious winning streak.
Read on for some general Wordle tips, followed by three guides specific to Wordle 301 on April 16th…
General tips and advice about Wordle …
• Do not use the same letter twice in your opening guess.
• Try to use a couple of vowels in your first guess, especially “a” and “e”.
• Avoid letters such as “X”, “Z” and “Q” until later, when you have a better idea of the answer.
• “RAISE” is a good word to start with, while “TOUCH” is a decent second guess.
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Wordle 301 Tips and Guides on April 16th…
1. Wordle 301 begins with the letter C.
2. Wordle 301 has one vowel, but it appears twice.
3. If you don’t like the clues, you don’t have to be rude.
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