It’s been a while since we visited Wordle’s weekly offerings, but thankfully this week wasn’t too difficult. Most answers were common and featured unique letters so we often had a few yellow letters from the starting word. Here are the Wordle words of the week, ranked by difficulty.
Stick – Sept. 18
Five unique letters with a common enough word – stick keeps itself in the easy category for this week.
Doubt – Sept. 15
Most gamers should be able to get this one as doubt is a popular entry in the video game vernacular – with five unique letters, it wasn’t too difficult to catch.
Alpha – Sept. 13
Speaking of gamer words – alpha is not only a term used for newer games in the testing phase, but it’s also part of the popular “gamer” vocabulary, for better or worse.
Thyme – Sept. 14
If you cook or are big on gardening, you should be able to guess Thyme pretty easily. If not, this one may take a bit more thyme to get to.
Chute – Sept. 17
Chute wasn’t incredibly easy to guess, but with unique letters and two vowels, you probably had a few yellow letters on your first try.
Booze – Sept. 12
Double letters can always be tough and jumping between the start and end of the alphabet doesn’t necessarily make this one any easier.
Parer – Sept. 16
I venture to guess that most people don’t use this one in their daily vocabulary – and that uniqueness is why parer is the hardest Wordle word of the week.
Stay tuned to SQUAD to find more Wordle answers and words of the week!