Wordle Today: Wordle answer and hints for June 24

Got a Wordle conundrum for June 24? Fear not, fellow word wrangler! We’ve got today’s solution and some nifty hints to nudge you in the right direction. The answer is tucked away at the bottom of this page, so you can savor the challenge without spoilers. Let’s kick things off with a quick look back at yesterday’s answer.

 

Yesterday’s Wordle answer

First things first, let’s rewind to yesterday’s Wordle for those who might’ve missed it or are just joining the game. The answer was “BUGLE.” So, spoiler alert: today’s answer is definitely not that. Now, armed with this knowledge, try one of these killer starting words and see how you fare.

 

Hints for today’s Wordle

Still stuck? No worries, we’ve got your back with some hints. But if you want to go straight to the answer, scroll on down. Here are three clues to help you keep your streak alive:

  1. Today’s Wordle includes the letter L.
  2. It uses two vowels.
  3. It’s a wheeled cart used in filmmaking for smooth camera movements.

 

Today’s Wordle answer

Can’t quite crack it? Don’t sweat it – sometimes those tricky five letters just won’t line up. If you’re ready to see the answer and keep that streak going, look no further.

Today’s Wordle is… DOLLY

 

Today’s Wordle definition

Now, what exactly is a “dolly”? Here’s a quick rundown:

  • Dolly the Sheep: The first mammal cloned from an adult cell, born in 1996.
  • Film Industry Dolly: A wheeled cart for smooth camera movements.
  • Tool Dolly: A small wheeled platform for moving heavy objects.
  • Toy Dolly: A doll, often a child’s plaything.
  • Slang Dolly: A term of endearment, similar to “darling.”
  • Dolly (Brand/Product): Various products and brands carry the name “Dolly.”

 

Tips for tomorrow’s Wordle

Wordle may seem like it’s all about luck, but a strategic approach can up your game. Start with words loaded with vowels like “adieu,” “media,” “arise,” or “radio.” Avoid double letters to maximize your guesses. Your second guess should focus on common consonants like R, S, and T. Words like “stern,” “irate,” and “atone” are solid choices. Remember, gray letters are your foes – don’t use them again.

Now that you’re armed with today’s answer and some savvy tips for tomorrow, why not try out some Wordle-like games to keep the wordplay going? Happy puzzling!