The Wordles are still going after three days in June. Even so, you’ll need to use some logic and deduction to figure out today’s words and the ones that follow. Don’t worry if you don’t get it today. For today’s Wordle, here are some hints and the solution (June 3).
Hints for Wordle June 3
Here are a few suggestions for today’s Wordle.
- This term can be either a noun or a verb.
- It is a noun that refers to a period of time.
- It means to carry out anything in steps as a verb.
- This word begins with a consonant digraph (for instance, “PH”).
- This word has two vowels in it.
- There are no letters that appear twice.
- This is a one-syllable word.
Today’s Wordle 349 Answer
If the hints weren’t enough, the answer for today is below.
The solution to the Wordle of June 3 is PHASE.
How Does Wordle Work?
Wordle is a daily word guessing game that gives you six chances to guess the word of the day. Random gibberish, as well as a large number of names and proper nouns, will not function in this game. You’ll get hints on what the word might be based on the letters you used for each one you type in.
If the word you type returns grey letters, it isn’t in the word of the day. They exist and are employed elsewhere in terms of positioning, as indicated by the color yellow. If you get green, it signifies they’re correct and in the right place in relation to the current term.
To ensure at least one yellow or green letter, rule out any vowels by your second attempt. Four of the five usual vowels in the alphabet are ruled out by using openers like AUDIO or ADIEU, with Y being a bit of a wild card. Of course, unless you get a green or yellow along the way, you should avoid repeating letters.