Wordle Today: Wordle answer and hints for June 16

We’ve cracked the code for Wordle on June 16 and packed this page with tips to help you solve it yourself. The answer is tucked away at the bottom, so you can try your hand at the clues without any spoilers. Ready to dive in? Let’s kick things off with a quick look at yesterday’s answer.

Yesterday’s Wordle Answer

For those new or not playing daily, yesterday’s Wordle was “PROUD.” Today’s word is definitely not that, so take another shot with one of these starter words if you’re stuck.

Hints for Today’s Wordle

Struggling to find the word? We’ve got today’s answer below, but first, let’s look at three hints to nudge you in the right direction without giving it away outright. No shame in keeping that streak alive – you’ve put in the work!

  1. Today’s Wordle includes the letter N.
  2. Today’s Wordle uses one vowel.
  3. In gaming, this word refers to repetitive activities for gaining experience points, currency, or rewards.

Still stumped? Scroll down for the answer.

Today’s Wordle Answer

Didn’t get it? No worries – nobody wins them all! The answer to today’s Wordle is …


Wordle Definition of the Day: Grind

The term “grind” can mean several things:

  • Physical action: Reducing something to small particles, like grinding coffee beans.
  • Hard work: Continuous, monotonous effort, like studying or working long hours.
  • Video games: Repetitive tasks to gain points or rewards.
  • Dance: Close physical contact with rhythmic movement.
  • Daily routine: The mundane tasks of daily life, often referred to as “the daily grind.”

Each definition revolves around repetitive effort or motion.


Tips for Tomorrow’s Wordle

Wordle isn’t just about luck. Here are some strategies to maximize your chances:

  1. First Guess: Load up on vowels (A, E, I, O, U). Good starter words include “adieu,” “media,” “arise,” and “radio.” Avoid words with double letters.
  2. Second Guess: Based on your first guess, focus on common consonants like R, S, and T. Good second words are “stern,” “irate,” and “atone.” Don’t reuse any letters marked gray.

With these tips and today’s definition in hand, you’re ready to conquer tomorrow’s Wordle. If you’re looking for more wordplay fun, here are some games like Wordle to keep you entertained!