May 22 Wordle Answer: Hints and Solution for Wordle 337

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by Elliott Gatica


Just 1,000 more days until we hit Wordle 1337 and that will be a true test of what gaming generation you grew up in. Old-head jokes aside, it’s wild how we’re quickly approaching one whole year of Wordle despite it only gaining massive traction at the beginning of this year. Here are some hints and the answer for today’s Wordle answer for May 22 (Wordle 337).

Hints for Wordle May 22

Here are some hints to point you to today’s Wordle answer without spoiling it outright.

  • This word is a noun.
  • The word has two (technically 3 if you count Y) vowels.
  • This word has no repeating letters.
  • The word has two syllables.
  • This word deals with currency.

Today’s Wordle 337 Answer

If the hints were not enough to lead you to today’s answer, it’ll be listed after this graphic.


The answer to the May 22 Wordle is MONEY.

How Does Wordle Work?

Wordle is a simple daily word-guessing game where you have six attempts to get the word of the day. Each word given has to have five letters and exists in the English language. Luckily with each word given, the game will give you back clues based on the letters used. Getting green and yellow letters means you’re heading in the right direction and you should take those clues and use them to your advantage.

Some strategies that would oftentimes work are opening your first attempt with a vowel-heavy word like AUDIO, ADIEU, or OUIJA. From there, you only have to use words with the letters E or Y if the other four vowels were not green or yellow.

You’d also want to not reuse letters that were already greyed out so you can further eliminate more letters on the board if they haven’t been yet. This makes it easier to deduce what the actual word may be. You can also use the AUDIO/ CREST / NYMPH strategy where you put those 3 words in regardless of accuracy. Since those cover all the vowels and loads of consonants, you’re already putting yourself at a huge advantage, knocking out more than half of the 26 letters in the alphabet.

You can play Wordle for free on the New York Times via a smart device or PC.

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