Wordle Today: Wordle answer and hints for June 11

We have the solution to Wordle for June 11 and some helpful hints to guide you to the answer yourself. To avoid spoilers, the answer is at the bottom of the page. Let’s start with a reminder of yesterday’s answer.

 

Yesterday’s Wordle answer

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Yesterday’s Wordle answer was “MANGA.” Knowing this, you can rule it out for today. If you’re ready to guess, try using one of these starting words. If you’re still stuck, keep reading for more hints.

 

Hints for today’s Wordle

Need more help? We’ve got three hints to help you without giving it away. If you still need the answer, scroll down.

  1. Today’s Wordle includes the letter W.
  2. Today’s Wordle uses one vowel.
  3. Today’s Wordle can refer to a sudden or dramatic change in circumstances.

Today’s Wordle answer

Still struggling? No worries. If you want to keep your streak going, here’s the answer:

SWUNG

Today’s Wordle definition

The term “swung” can have multiple meanings based on context:

  • Past Tense of “Swing”: “Swung” is the past tense and past participle of “swing,” meaning to move back and forth or to cause something to move back and forth in an arc or curve. Example: “He swung the bat” or “The door swung open.”
  • Music: In jazz, “swung” refers to a rhythm where notes are played in a long-short pattern, creating a “swing” feel, as opposed to a “straight” rhythm with evenly spaced notes.
  • General Movement or Change: Describes a shift or change in position, opinion, or condition. Example: “The mood of the meeting swung from serious to jovial.”
  • Colloquial Usage: Refers to a sudden or dramatic change in circumstances. Example: “The election results swung in favor of the incumbent.”

Tips for tomorrow’s Wordle

Wordle isn’t just luck—there are strategies to maximize your guesses:

  1. First Guess: Use a word loaded with vowels like “adieu,” “media,” “arise,” or “radio.” Avoid words with double letters.
  2. Second Guess: Focus on common consonants like R, S, and T, using words like “stern,” “irate,” or “atone.” Don’t reuse letters from the previous guess that were gray.

With these tips and the definition of today’s word, you’re ready to tackle tomorrow’s Wordle. Looking for more fun? Here are some Wordle-like games to try today.