Wordle 331 is too difficult for a Monday morning.
Wordle is a daily word game owned by The New York Times. Players get six tries to figure out the five-letter word of the day. We have some tips to help you solve today’s puzzle.
wordle can be addictive. Chances are you’ve seen countless combinations of yellow and green squares popping up on social media when people share their results.
If a user-guessed word has a letter that is in the word of the day, but not in the correct order, the mailbox turns yellow. If any letters are incorrect and not included in the last word, the box turns gray. But, if one of the guessed letters is in the word and is in the correct position, the box turns green.
So anyway, let’s get to some tips for today, if you need them.
- This word has a vowel used twice.
- This verb is a common word but you don’t hear it very often.
- You might have to dig deep for this one.
- Four of the five letters are among the 12 most common in the English language.
Stop scrolling if you don’t want to know the answer for Monday, May 16, 2022.
Did you use your six guesses? If not, keep trying.
Today’s weather forecast is sure to look like a Monday – the potential for thunderstorms, wind and hail.
PennLive’s Jenna Wise reports, “Monday morning and afternoon thunderstorms could bring damaging winds, hail and even a few tornadoes to the middle of the state, forecasters said. Showers and thunderstorms are likely before 1 p.m., and again Monday evening until about 9 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. The chance of precipitation is 90% during the day and 60% tonight.
The primary election is TOMORROW. On Tuesday, May 17, voters will vote for candidates running for governor, the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives, among other local races. PennLive’s Voters Guide has information about races and candidates. The weather shouldn’t keep you from voting – Tuesday should be sunny with high temperatures in the 70s.
PennLive photographers were busy last weekend snapping photos at proms in central Pennsylvania. You can check out young designers from West Perry, Cedar Cliff, Central York, Dauphin County Technical School, and Steelton-Highspire.
Here is your break-even point. The answer follows this photo.
Today’s word is: DELVE.