The Wordle answers of this week are among the easiest we have ever had to find – except for June 18. Here are the Wordle words of the week, ranked by difficulty.
Loser – June 19
Were you a loser on June 19? Even if you weren’t, that was the Wordle word of that day. This answer was fairly easy to guess, with unique letters and vowels.
Primo – June 15
Primo was not the first Wordle word of the week, but one of the easiest to find.
Atone – June 14
Atone was also an easy Wordle word to guess. All of its letters are common, so you should have at least a few yellow letters on your first try.
Apron – June 16
Apron was as easy to guess as atone: unique letters, two vowels, probably not your starting word but not a headache either.
Blown – June 17
Blown is the last Wordle word of the week to have unique letters. But as this answer only features a single vowel, it is slightly harder to guess than other answers.
Donor – June 13
Donor is a common word but features the same vowel twice – and an O, nonetheless. It may take a few extra guesses to find this one.
Cacao – June 18
This Wordle answer was a real headache. Sure, most of us love cacao. But with three unique letters in a five-letter word, finding this word took way more time than drinking hot cocoa.
Stay tuned to SQUAD to discover the Wordle words of next week!