'Wordle' today: Here's the March 31 answer – Mashable

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, and there’s a new Wordle to solve. What a time to be alive!
You’ll find today’s Wordle answer right down the bottom of this post. If you want a few clues first to nudge you in the direction of the solution, as well as general Wordle tips, strategies, and info, you’ll find those on the way down.
Created by engineer Josh Wardle as a gift for his puzzle-loving partner — later bought by the New York Times for a good chunk of change — Wordle has become a daily habit for hundreds of thousands of people and inspired countless clones and variations on the simple format. Try the nerdy Primel, the battle-royale-style Squabble, or the multi-game variants that add up to the 31-word Grand Slam (aka Untrigintordle, if you must).
Whether you go vowel-heavy or take a strategic combo approach, we’ve got plenty of ideas.
No, it’s not getting harder. Some days will be easier, and some will be harder — just like life.
Yep — you’ve actually been playing the easy version this whole time. Here’s how to turn on Wordle‘s Hard Mode.
Did you know the whole archive of past Wordle games is available to play online? Use it to practice to your heart’s content (and if you’ve got a good memory for lists, rule out previous words in each new daily game).
Yesterday’s Wordle: Here’s the March 30 Wordle answer in case you’re looking for it. We do this every day.
Yes! Technically, not a double letter — just a letter that appears twice, non-consecutively.
Alphabet City’s friendly neighborhood right angle: the letter L.
It looks like an adverb, and can absolutely function as one, but it’s more commonly used as an adjective. Yes, it’s confusing, I know.
OK, we’ll tell you!
It is…
Yes, a bit of a cheeky one. Two of the rarer letters, only one proper vowel, and a double appearance by the L! Nobody could blame you if you had to use all your guesses for that one.
Getting a different Wordle answer? You might be on an old version of the site. Here’s more on the alternate answer glitch that popped up again yesterday.
Couldn’t get the W on your own? There’s always tomorrow.
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