Wordle Today: Wordle answer and hints for July 7

We’ve got the solution to the July 7th Wordle along with some handy hints to help you crack it yourself. The answer is tucked away at the bottom to keep the fun intact. Let’s get started with a look back at yesterday’s answer.

Yesterday’s Wordle Answer

In case you missed it or need a refresher, yesterday’s Wordle answer was “SCOFF.” So, that’s one word you can cross off your list for today. Time to give it another shot with one of your favorite starting words. If you’re still stuck, don’t worry—we’ve got some clues to nudge you in the right direction.


Hints for Today’s Wordle

Need a nudge? Here are three hints to guide you without giving it all away:

  1. Today’s Wordle includes the letter N.
  2. It uses two vowels.
  3. It refers to the official and accepted storyline, characters, and events within a particular fictional universe.

Still stumped? Scroll down a bit further to see the answer.


Today’s Wordle Answer

Drumroll, please… The answer to today’s Wordle is CANON.


Today’s Wordle Definition

And just to clear things up, here’s what “canon” means:

  • Religious Texts: A collection of sacred books accepted as genuine within a faith.
    Example: “The Bible is the canon of Christianity.”
  • Literature and Media: The official and accepted storyline and characters within a fictional universe.
    Example: “The latest Star Wars movie is part of the official canon.”
  • Law and Rules: A general law, rule, or principle.
    Example: “The canons of good taste dictate you shouldn’t wear white to a wedding unless you’re the bride.”
  • Music: A contrapuntal composition with a melody imitated after a certain duration.
    Example: “Pachelbel’s Canon in D is a famous musical canon.”

Tips for Tomorrow’s Wordle

Think Wordle is all luck? Think again! Here are some strategies to help you nail it:

  • First Guess: Load up on vowels (A, E, I, O, U). Good starters include “adieu,” “media,” “arise,” and “radio.”
  • Second Guess: Focus on common consonants like R, S, and T. Try words like “stern,” “irate,” and “atone.” Avoid repeating any gray letters from previous guesses.

Armed with these tips, you’re ready to tackle tomorrow’s Wordle like a pro.