Wordle today: Hints for the Jan. 11 Wordle

Wordle is a global phenomenon that has taken the world by storm.

Need help with today’s Wordle? We have some hints.

The New York Times Company

The Wordle for Jan. 11 is easier than it has been in recent days — it’s taking players an average of 3.5 guesses in easy mode and 3.1 in hard mode, per the website Tom’s Guide.

But if you are stumped — or have a winning streak you don’t want to snap — here are some hints to help you out:

  • The word contains two vowels.
  • There are no repeated letters.
  • All of the letters are fairly common.

(The answer is at the very bottom of the article.)

What is the best Wordle starting word?

A Wordle bot has revealed that “crane” is the best Wordle starting word, the Deseret News reported.

The Deseret News staff recently shared some of its go-to starting words, which included “stare” and “adieu,” among others.

What are some of your Wordle go-to words? Share in the comments section below.

Wordle spinoffs

If you’re wanting to try other Wordle-esque games, visit this extensive list of Wordle spinoffs at Deseret.com. The running list covers everything from music to math to travel to movies.

And today’s Wordle answer is ...


According to Merriam-Webster, “sedan” has a couple of definitions:

  • “A portable often covered chair that is designed to carry one person and that is borne on poles by two people.”
  • “A 2- or 4-door automobile seating four or more persons and usually having a permanent top.”

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