Today’s Wordle Answer for 1st July, 2022: What is word 377? Newyork Times Wordle

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The Preface- Today’s Wordle Answer

The Wordle response for today, July 1, 2022, is a five-letter word, as it always is. For those without prior knowledge, Wordle’s objective is to figure out a daily five-letter word within six guesses. The less guesses you make, the better; if you guess it incorrectly at all, your streak will end. This post is included with detailed information on Today’s Wordle Answer for 1st July, 2022. So please go through. Read: Today’s Wordle Answer for June 30th, 2022: Puzzle 376 Hints, Clues, and Solution by Newyork Times

Wordle Solution for Today

The latter is the reason that figuring out today’s Wordle solution is so important; players take satisfaction in maintaining their streak. So why take a chance on a final guess when you can discover a few hints and, if that doesn’t work, discover the true solution? Read Also: Today’s Wordle Answer for June 29, 2022: Puzzle 375 Hints, Clues, and Solution

Clues for today’s Wordle answer

You might only need a few suggestions to get you through the finish line rather than going directly to the solution:

  • You can discover two vowels.
  • The last vowel is one of these.
  • There are no letters that repeat. (Thankfully!)
  • There is a somewhat uncommon letter there, and that letter is “P.”
  • Still uncertain? For the solution, keep reading.

The Wordle answer for word 377 on 1st July, 2022

Still unsure despite the hints above and hoping to continue your streak?

PINTO is the word cloud response for today.

This is a challenging one! Though we were able to recognise the vowels and the letter “T” rather readily, the letter “P” really stumped us until we made a lucky guess while taking into account everything else we had. The most we could do was to get it right in four guesses or less, so congrats if you did.

Don’t give the solution out now that you know the answer! Do not forget that you can share a grid of your results without giving away any spoilers. Of course, nobody needs to know that you used this page to solve the problem. Perhaps include two or three erroneous guesses first to throw them off the scent?