Wordle today: Here’s the answer, hints for November 22
It’s Tuesday, which means there’s a new Wordle puzzle for you to test your brain on. And as always, we’re here to offer some tips and tricks to help you figure out the solution. Our first tip: The New York Times recently added a new word list and updated the rules, so now plurals ending in S or ES will never be the solution.
If you just want to find out today’s answer, you can jump to the end of this article for November 22’s Wordle solution revealed. If you’d prefer to solve it yourself, keep reading for a few tips, tricks, and hints to guide you along the way.
Like determining People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive, determining the best Wordle starting word is an entirely subjective matter. However, if you enjoy being ruthlessly strategic when taking on word puzzles, we have a few ideas to help you select your opening move. One hot tip is to choose a word that has at least two different vowels in it. It wouldn’t hurt to make sure it has a few common consonants as well, such as S, T, R, or N.
What happened to the Wordle archive?
The entire archive of past Wordles used to be available for you to access whenever you like, so you’d never be left without a puzzle to solve. Unfortunately it has since been taken down, which was done at the request of the New York Times according to the website’s creator. From a productivity perspective, this may be for the best.
Why are there two different Wordle answers some days?
Wordle’s natural order dictates that there should only ever be one solution per day, however occasionally the puzzle game will allow two different collect solutions. This is because the New York Times made changes to Wordle after acquiring it, swapping out some answers for new ones.
Get your last guesses in now, because it’s time to reveal today’s Wordle answer!
Are you ready?
The solution to Wordle #521 is…
High quality objects are often described as prime, such as cuts of meat or real estate. People in a period of high productivity and happiness may say that they’re in the prime of their life. In mathematics, a prime number is one that can only be divided by itself or one without leaving any remainders.
Don’t feel discouraged if you didn’t get it this time! There will be a new Wordle puzzle for you to try tomorrow, and we’ll be back again with more tips and tricks to help you out.