June 6 Wordle Answer: Hints and Solution for Wordle 352

The first Monday of June, but 300+ days of Wordle!

by Elliott Gatica


Well, it’s the first Monday of the month, so let’s not start off on the wrong foot, especially with those Wordles. We’re so close to hitting 365 of them, and the English language’s surface is barely being touched in terms of possible five-letter words. Anyhow, if you have managed to maintain your streak or keep a good record, we’ll help you out. Here are some hints and the answer for the Wordle of June 6, 2022.

Hints for Wordle June 6

Here are some hints for today’s Wordle.

  • This word starts with a consonant.
  • The word means darkness or having the tones and looks of sadness and somberness.
  • There is only one vowel.
    • This vowel, however, is repeated in succession.
  • The word ends with a consonant.

Today’s Wordle 352 Answer

If the hints were not enough, here is today’s answer below.


The answer to the June 6 Wordle is GLOOM.

How Does Wordle Work?

Wordle is a daily, free word-guessing game that is now hosted by the New York Times. With each word you enter, the game will give you back clues based on the letters used. In this example listed below, you can see some strategies being used with each play.

For my starter, I used the word POWER. Unfortunately, none of the letters used in that word were of any use, meaning they do not exist in the word of the day. So I then tried the word FAINT. Luckily, I got a yellow A and a green T. Now I know that the word of the day ends with a T, I start creating words that utilize the A elsewhere.


My next guess was BLAST, which yielded me a green A and a yellow L and S. Getting closer to the word, I had to really think what word had an L and S somewhere, but with an A in the middle, and a T at the end. Through a lucky guess, I entered SHALT and it was correct!

Should you feel like you could never guess the word with the strategy I used, you can use some cheats to give you a boost. Perhaps it can be seen as taking away from the purpose of the game, but some tactics we listed aren’t all exploitative.

You can play Wordle for free via the New York Times’ website. If you want to check out other Wordle alternatives, check out our hand-picked list.

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