We’re back with another Wordle answer, and we’re not slowing down. It seems people have no plans to stop Wordling (is that a word?) any time, so we’ll be here with hints to help you along the way. On that note, if we do miss a day (ahem, Saturday and Sunday) there always our Wordle strategy guide which isn’t puzzle specific, and can be applied to any Wordle day! But enough of the plugging, let’s get back to today’s Wordle answer, because chance are you won’t be as lucky as this person…
Wordle hints for March 23
- Today’s word is most commonly used as a verb, but can be used as a noun.
- One of today’s letters is among the ten least used in five-letter words.
- There are two vowels in today’s word.
Some more direct hints to save that streak
- The vowel in today’s Wordle answer is U.
- The answer to today’s Wordle is the name of a popular horror/thriller movie series.
What is today’s Wordle answer for March 23?
*Daily spoiler warning!* One last chance to turn back, as today’s Wordle answer will be revealed beneath this image. If you don’t want to see it, then turn back now, and keep looking at those hints. If you do, then by all means, scroll on…
You may have an idea from the image above, which is a hint in itself. Today’s Wordle answer for March 23 is PURGE! Although obviously a word in its own right, for many it will be an instant reminder of the Purge movies. I am actually a fan of the Purge films myself, though, and it didn’t help me get the answer any earlier. Maybe Jen (I refer you back to the top of the article) is a real mega-fan.
As mentioned, most commonly the word purge is used as a verb, to rid or remove something bad or unwanted. It can also be used as a noun, though, just like in the films. A purge refers to the event of removing or cleansing the unwanted things, feelings or people.
Now, we recently published our top Wordle alternatives, but it since come to Editor Paul‘s attention that Wordle and retro gaming apparently come hand in hand, as there are some incredible Wordle alternatives playable on the Commodore 64.
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