May 28 Wordle Answer: Hints and Solution for Wordle 343

Today's Wordle will not have a Halo reference.

by Elliott Gatica


The month of June is creeping upon us. Time isn’t slowing down for anyone, and neither are these Wordles! We’re on day 343 and I am here to tell you that no, there is no Halo reference for the word of the day. Anywho, here are your hints and the answer for the Wordle of May 28, 2022.

Hints for Wordle May 28

Here are some hints for today’s Wordle.

  • The word contains one vowel.
  • This vowel is in the middle, meaning the other 4 consonants are paired in digraphs.
  • This word is the past tense version of another word.
  • This word means moved slowly.

Today’s Wordle 343 Answer

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


The answer to the May 28 Wordle is CREPT.

How Does Wordle Work?

Wordle is a daily word guessing game where you have six attempts to guess the word of the day. You aren’t given any hints at the beginning. You simply have to enter a word and the game will give you back hints based on the letters of the words. For example:


In this game I played a while back, I used the word POWER as my opener. Every letter except the P was not going to be in the word of the day. From there, I tried another word, SCALP. I got the letter S in the right spot, but the P is still not in the right position.

I try the word SPINY this time. Now I got the P and the letter N to be green! With only two more letters, I made sure I didn’t repeat any that I had previously used.

With my luck, I submitted the word SPUNK and I got the word correct. My strategy was to build off of the clues given to me from subsequent tries. Of course, my opener wasn’t as optimal as something like using a word like AUDIO or ADIEU. The more vowels you rule out from the beginning, the better chance you have at guaranteeing a yellow or green letter.

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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