Today’s Wordle Answer #328: Hints for Friday, May 13

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Hey look, it’s Friday the 13th. In the Wordle world, will there be something related to the slasher film franchise? Well, no, though it would be cool to use terms relating to the horror franchise. The practicality of that is yet to be determined. Anyhow, here are some hints and the answer to today’s Wordle (May 13, 2022).

Hints for Wordle May 13

First, here are hints if you prefer not to be given the answer right from the getgo.

  • The word has one (technically two vowels if you count Y).
  • The word has two syllables.
  • The word is an adjective.
  • This is a word to describe one of the early stages of inebriation (getting drunk).

Today’s Wordle 328 Answer

For those who may not know what the word still is, here it is below:

The answer to the May 13 Wordle is TIPSY.

How Does Wordle Work?

Wordle is a popular word-guessing game where you have to enter five-letter words and use the game’s clues to help you find the word of the day. The more green and yellow you get, the closer you are to unscrambling them to get the answer!

The optimal way to play the game is to start your first word with a lot of vowels, followed by using unique letters per attempt. The more letters you rule out, the easier time you’ll have in figuring out what a word will be. There are 26 letters in the English alphabet, so you can at least rule out more than half of the alphabet by your third attempt if you follow these tips.

Chances are if you guessed your first three words with all different letters, there is an extremely high chance that you landed at least one yellow or green box. From there, even as early as your second attempt, use those to help you construct the word of the day.

You can play Wordle for free via smart device or PC on the New York Times’ website.

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