Wordle 509 Answer, November 10: Check Out Hints And Clues To Solve Today’s Wordle Puzzle

Wordle 509 Answer, November 10: Check Out Hints And Clues To Solve Today’s Wordle Puzzle

Wordle 509 Answer Today, November 10: The Wordle challenge today is quite a known word, and we use it quite often in our regular conversations. Players may, however, find it a bit tricky to solve, for the simple reason that it’s a vowel-heavy word that starts and ends with a vowel. The word of the day does not contain any rare consonant. The combination of letters could, however, prove to be tricky because the spelling is not very common. But then, this ensures you won’t face the threat of multiple options. Do you need more help to solve Wordle 509? Read on.

How To Play Wordle And What Are Its Rules

Wordle is a daily secret word game that became an instant hit after it was launched last year. Coming during the Covid pandemic, the guessing game garnered immense popularity during the lockdowns and is still going strong with more and more users trying their luck and skills in making the right guess in six attempts every day. 

Wordle is an easy game with simple rules. You get six tries to guess the right five-letter randomly generated word. Squares containing the letter you fill in will turn green, yellow or grey, giving clues for you to know if your guesswork is right.  

The box will turn green if the letter is in the right location. A yellow box would mean you have made a right guess but the location is wrong. The box will turn grey if you make a wrong guess altogether.

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Wordle 509 Hints And Answer

The word has three vowels There is no duplicate letter It’s a verb   The vowels are ‘U’, ‘I’ and ‘E’  The last letter is ‘E’ Did you find the hints useful? If not, read on and see the right answer.

The Wordle 509 answer is ‘UNITE’. The word means “to join together as a group, or to make people join together as a group; to combine”, as described by the Cambridge dictionary.