It’s Wordle Wednesday folks! Welcome back. I hope you’re ready to solve not only today’s Wordle, but a puzzle – although today’s puzzle (which we solve every Wordle Wednesday for a reason) is more of a math/logic puzzle than a traditional puzzle.
Today’s riddle: If one and a half chickens lay one and a half eggs in a day and a half, how many eggs will half a dozen chickens lay in half a dozen days?
Let me know when you figure it out Twitter or Facebook and I’ll post the answer tomorrow!
Alright, on to today’s Wordle!
How To Solve Today’s Word #737 (Monday, June 26)
The hint: In Scene 26 of monty python and the holy grail, The father tells his son Herbert that his future bride is huge [todays Wordle].
The hint: This word contains a double letter.
Wordle bot analysis
My guessing game today came down to a coin toss and I guess I had a bad penny or something because I screwed up again. I did it in four, of course, which isn’t too bad – but it’s not as good as three, either.
In any case, Micro In my opinion, it was a pretty unique opening guess that ended up working pretty well, leaving me with just 67 words. crepe Bought two green ones and one yellow (and doesn’t crepe sound delicious by the way?) and was left with only four words, which are still too many to easily guess. I thought of rail first and guessed it even though I was fully aware that it could be tract Also. I just accepted rail was more likely – and I was wrong! If you assume that you’ll end up screwing us and me or something. Anyway, how was I supposed to know? Sometimes you have to flip a coin!
Total wash today. Zero points for guessing four and I equated Wordle Bot, so zero points for a total of ZERO. I am a ZERO HERO.
Present day Wordle etymology
The word “tract” has its roots in Latin. It ultimately derives from the Latin word tractus, which is the past participle of the verb trahere, meaning “to pull” or “to pull.”
In Latin, “tractus” had various meanings, including “a tug,” “a tug,” or “a tug.” Over time, the word evolved and gained more meanings in different languages.
In English, “tract” first appeared in the late 15th century, primarily as a noun referring to a defined area of land or body of water. It was used to describe a measured portion of land used for various purposes such as farming, construction, or surveying.
The term “tract” also developed other meanings over time. It can refer to a piece of writing or pamphlet, often expressing a particular point of view or promoting a particular cause. This meaning of the word arose in the 17th century, reflecting the notion of a written document being “extended” or “expanded” to present a comprehensive argument or set of ideas.
Thus, the word “tract” evolved from its Latin origin, which emphasized drawing or pulling, to various meanings in English, including land area, written documents, and more.
Play competitive Wordle against me!
I was playing a grueling PvP Wordle game against my nemesis Wordle. But. Now you should play against me! I can be your nemesis! (And of course your helpful Wordle guide). You can also play against the bot if you have a New York Times subscription.
- Here are the rules: 1 point for getting the wordle in 3 guesses.
- 2 points for making it in 2 attempts.
- 3 points for making it with a guess.
- 1 point for hitting Erik
- 0 points for making it in 4 attempts.
- -1 point for making it in 5 attempts.
- -2 points for making it in 6 attempts.
- -3 points for losing.
- -1 point for losing to Erik
You can either keep a running list of your points if that’s your thing or just play day by day if you prefer.
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