June 10 Wordle Answer: Hints and Solution for Wordle 356

Today's word is definitely a weird one.

by Elliott Gatica

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We’re nearly there to 365 days of Wordle, but for many, no one is near that many days in their streaks. The game’s popularity only started to take off when 2022 kicked off. Nonetheless, you’d want to maintain whatever kind of record or streak you have going, so we have you covered. Here are your hints and the answer for the Wordle of June 10.

Hints for Wordle June 10

These hints should help point you to figuring out what the word of the day is.

  • This word deals with religion and being devoted to some kind of faith.
  • This word starts with a consonant.
  • This word contains three syllables.
  • There is one vowel, technically two if you count y.
  • There are no repeated letters.

Today’s Wordle 356 Answer

If the hints above were not enough to help you get the answer, here it is below.

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The answer to the June 10 Wordle is PIETY.

How Does Wordle Work?

Wordle is a browser-based word guessing game where you have six attempts a day to guess the Wordle (or Word of the Day). Each word submitted must contain five letters and the words must exist in the English language. Random gibberish won’t be accepted.

When you enter a word, the game keeps track of the letters you used, indicated by three colors. Letters in grey mean that they do not exist in the word of the day. Letters in yellow indicate that they do exist, but are needed elsewhere in terms of positioning. Green means you got them right where they need to be.

It takes some deduction to figure out what word the game wants you to find, so you should really try and eliminate as many letters as possible early on, or work with the clues you’re given. Once you finish your Wordle, you have to wait until midnight for the next word. If one a day seems like it won’t be enough, check out our Wordle alternatives that might even be better than the original!

You can play Wordle for free via the New York Times’ website. A smart device or a PC with browser capability is needed.

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