Wordle today #1,111 daily hints: July 4th, 2024


Wordle is a wonderful daily challenge that allows you to expand your vocabulary and broaden your linguistic horizons.

But perhaps you’re stuck and running out of attempts. Don’t worry – we’ve got you.

Tune in daily for our daily Wordle hints, where we give tips on conquering the Wordle challenge.

How to play

Wordle isn’t as complex as some of the other New York Times games, such as Spelling Bee and Sudoku.

Sometimes, you’ll just get lucky. Other times, you’ll need to access your mind's built-in dictionary to complete the task.

The rules:

  • Think of a five-letter word and press enter to start.
  • Complete the puzzle using the color-coded letters (green, yellow, and grey) and figure out the five-letter word.
  • You have six attempts to solve the puzzle.

Meaning of colors in Wordle:

  • Green tiles will appear if you have a letter in the correct spot.
  • Yellow tiles mean you have guessed the correct letter, but it’s in the wrong place.
  • Greyed-out letters on the keyboard show that these letters do not appear in the word.

Here are your Wordle hints for today:

What letter does the Wordle start with?

The word starts with the letter D.

How many vowels does the Wordle have?

The word has two vowels.

What kind of word is the Wordle?

This word can be used as a noun and a verb.

Wordle hint

Today’s Wordle defines an act when a person appears somewhere or as someone for the first time.

Watch out! Don’t scroll too far, as this picture contains the answer to today’s Wordle

Wordle July 4th
Image by Wordle

Wordle #1,111 answer:

Debut

Wordle answers of the week

The previous Wordle answers of the week are:

Monday 1st: Adage

Tuesday 2nd: Inlay

Wednesday 3rd: Thigh

Thursday 4th: Debut

Wordle’s origin story

The game was created in 2013 by Josh Wardle, a Reddit employee who created the prototype ‘Wordle’ based on his last name.

The project was abandoned until 2021, when he decided to finish this game for his partner.

During the pandemic, the pair supposedly reviewed the game and reduced the word list from 12,000 five-letter words to just 2,500.

The game was published on a freely accessible website, and players grew from 90 to 300,000 in a matter of months.

In 2022, the New York Times announced they had bought Wordle for an unknown price.