Wordle 622 Answer Today, March 3: The Wordle challenge today could be difficult. It’s not a daily-use word, unless you are into physical training. Also, the word of the day contains an absolutely rare consonant. It comes with a good mix of letters, though, with two vowels and three consonants — a combination most players find ideal. The combination of letters will be easy to guess if you get the rare consonant and its position right early in the game. One good thing about today’s puzzle is that you won’t face the threat of multiple options. Need more help to solve Wordle 622? Keep reading!
How To Play Wordle And What Its Rules Are
Josh Wardle, a US-based software engineer, created Wordle in 2021. In January 2022, it was acquired by The New York Times.
Wordle is a popular, free-to-play guessing game that remains unchanged following the takeover. A new challenge is released globally every day, with some countries seeing the five-letter word before others.
The rules of the game are simple: players have six chances to guess the randomly generated word of the day. Squares representing letters turn green, yellow, or grey depending on the status of the letters entered, with the colours indicating if the player is on the right track or not. A green box means the letter is in the correct position, a yellow box means the word contains the letter but it is placed incorrectly, and a grey box means the letter is incorrect.
Wordle 622 Hints And Answer
- The word has two vowels
- There is no duplicate letter
- It is a verb, but used as adjective too
- The vowels are ‘U’ and ‘A’
- The last letter is ‘T’
Did you find the hints useful? You did, we hope. If not, read on and see the correct answer.
The Wordle 622 answer is ‘SQUAT’. The word means “to position yourself close to the ground balancing on the front part of your feet with your legs bent under your body”, as described by the Cambridge dictionary. As adjective, ‘squat’ refers to something “short and wide, usually in a way that is not attractive”.
Find past Wordle solutions here.