May 31 Wordle Answer: Hints and Solution for Wordle 346

The final Wordle of May, you got this!

by Elliott Gatica


It’s amazing how quickly the month of May went by. Just as fast as the time went, Wordle was always there. Don’t let the time slip by any further, though! Get your daily session in! Here are some hints and the answer for the Wordle of May 31, 2022.

Hints for Wordle May 31

Here are some hints for today’s Wordle.

  • This word refers to a big house, oftentimes dealing with royalty.
  • The word begins with a consonant.
  • The word has two vowels
  • There are no repeated letters.
  • This word has two syllables.
  • Bruce Wayne lives in one of these.

Today’s Wordle 346 Answer

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


The answer to the May 31 Wordle is MANOR.

How Does Wordle Work?

Wordle is a daily word-guessing game where you have six attempts to guess the word. Each word you put into the row will be judged based on your accuracy to the word the game is looking for. The more yellows and greens, the closer you are to unscrambling for the right answer!

Of course, some strong opening strategies are things like using all the vowels by your second guess. This will basically ensure at least one yellow letter. Most words in the English alphabet contain at least one vowel.

Another strategy people like to use in this game is to rule out a bunch of letters with the first three attempts. After many attempts, while playing previous Wordle sessions, this is only really effective if you are well-versed in the English language. If you use the words ZEBRA, QUITS, and MOLDY as your first three guesses, you essentially rule out all the vowels in the alphabet, along with the more unique letters like Q and Z.

Since you’re not necessarily building off the correct letters you already guessed, you do run the risk of letter placement problems if you don’t land at least a green or two by your fourth guess. Of course, this is more of a lazy starter for people who are walking dictionaries.

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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