• Wed. Oct 4th, 2023

Wordle 620 Answer, March 1: Check Out Hints And Clues To Solve Today's Wordle Puzzle

Wordle 620 Answer Today, March 1: The Wordle challenge today may not be easy. There are a couple of tricky elements in the puzzle today, which may give players some anxious moments. The word of the day is an animal, but not commonly found everywhere and doesn’t feature in regular conversations. Another tricky part is the fact that the word is vowel-heavy and one of the vowels features twice. Besides, there is a rare-ish consonant also. The combination of letters, however, is not unusual, and will be easy to guess if you get the vowel placements right in first couple of attempts. But that leaves you with the issue of multiple options as there are several words that sound similar. Keep scrolling if you need more help to crack Wordle 620.

How To Play Wordle And What Its Rules Are

Wordle completed a year in June 2022. The guessing game created by US-based software engineer Josh Wardle last year was an instant hit, with players finding the brain exercise exciting. The New York Times bought the game in January 2022. 

Wordle rules are simple. You have six chances to guess the five-letter randomly-generated word, which is released every midnight. The small squares where you fill in the letters turn green, yellow or grey, suggesting if you are right. 

A green box means the letter is in the right location.

If the box turns yellow, it means your guess is right but the letter is not in the right place.

A grey box means the letter is incorrect.

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Wordle 619 Hints And Answer

  • The word has two vowels, one of them used twice 
  • It is a noun  
  • The vowels are ‘O’ and ‘E’ 
  • The last letter is ‘E’  

We hope you found the hints useful. If not, read on to see the correct answer.

The Wordle 619 answer is ‘MOOSE’. It is “a type of large deer with large, flat horns and a long nose that lives in the forests of North America, northern Europe, and Asia”, as described by the Cambridge dictionary.   

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