Wordle 435 Answer, August 28: Check Out Hints And Clues To Solve Today's Wordle Puzzle

Wordle 435 Answer, August 28: Check Out Hints And Clues To Solve Today's Wordle Puzzle

Wordle 435 Answer Today, August 28: The Wordle challenge can be found really tough today after a streak of easy, common and mundane words. Players may not be able to crack this one easily. Though the word of the day is not really an unfamiliar word, it is unlikely to be used in regular conversations. The rarity of the word is also a reason it may not come to your mind as the first guess. Having said that, the combination of letters is not difficult to guess, and there is not much chances of you encountering the problem of multiple options. Need more hints to solve Wordle 435? Read on.

How To Play Wordle And What Are Its Rules

Wordle, essentially a guessing game, was created by US-based software engineer Josh Wardle last year. It was an instant hit, with millions getting hooked to the free-to-play puzzle in no time. The New York Times bought Wordle in January this year. It, however, did not change any feature of the game.  

The rules of the game are simple. You get six chances to guess the five-letter word of the day, which is randomly generated. Small squares containing the letter you fill in turn green, yellow or grey, giving crucial clues to let you know if you are on the right track.  

If the box turns green, it means the letter is in the right location.

A yellow box means your guess is right but the letter is not in the right place.

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If the box turns grey, it means the letter is incorrect.

Wordle 435 Hints And Answer

The word has three vowels  There is no duplicate letter  The vowels are ‘A’, ‘U’ and ‘E’ It’s a noun  The last letter is ‘E’   The hints useful, we hope. If not, read on and see the right answer.

The Wordle 435 answer is ‘GAUZE’. The word means “a very thin, light cloth, used to make clothing, to cover cuts and to separate solids from liquids, etc” as described by the Cambridge dictionary.