It is Wednesday, my dudes, and it is time for your recommended daily serving — and solving! — of
The answer to the July 27 Wordle, puzzle #403, can be found at the end of this article, or you can simply read on for a few tips, gentle hints, and strategies to help you every day.
Where did Wordle come from?
Former Reddit engineer Josh Wardle came up with the game in 2021 as a bit of fun for him and his word game-loving partner. It eventually became a staple of their family
Thousands of people around the globe now play this game each day, and
Is Wordle getting harder?
If you’ve been finding Wordle too easy,
What’s the best Wordle starting word?
Also, even if you’re attached to your mathematically sound starter, once it’s been the answer on any given day it won’t be the answer again for a few years — so if you happen to get the elusive 1/6 result, celebrate by swapping out your starting five.
What happened to the Wordle archive?
While you could once play
Why are there two different Wordle answers some days?
The whole point of Wordle is that everyone’s solving the same puzzle, with the same answer, no matter where you are in the world. However, occasionally the puzzle game will accept two different correct solutions on the same day. This aberration is due to
To make sure you’re always getting the same puzzle as everyone else, refresh your browser before you play — don’t worry, the site will keep your streak.
A subtle hint for the Wordle answer on July 27
It’s a noun — and you might not hear the word itself every day, but it refers to something that you would, by nature, hear more than once.
Wordle today is a 5-letter word that starts with…
…the letter M!
Does today’s Wordle word have a double letter?
Yes! Today, at least one letter appears twice. Maybe more! Maybe not! Who can say? (Me. I can say, because I know. But I’m not saying. Or am I?)
Wordle today: What’s the answer?
It’s time to reveal the solution.
Oooh, boy. Another double-double rears its head! Hopefully you got there — if not, we’re sure you have some kind of, y’know, saying or personal mantra you can repeat to get your confidence back on track…
Reporting by Caitlin Welsh, Sam Haysom, Amanda Yeo and Adam Rosenberg contributed to this article.