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Wordle hint and answer for Tuesday June 11: 1088

Get the Wordle answer for today, keep your streak going, and discover more word-based games like Squaredle and GeoGuessr.

Are you a Wordle enthusiast or just looking for a fun way to pass the time? Either way, we've got you covered with the Wordle answer for today, June 11th, 2024.

For those new to the game, Wordle challenges players to guess a daily five-letter word within six attempts. The goal is to guess the word in as few attempts as possible to maintain your streak. Failing to guess the word can break your streak, so it's crucial to get it right.

Why risk a failed guess when you can gather clues or even get the answer outright? This page is here to help you with that.

Once you've cracked today's word, dive deeper into the world of Wordle and the New York Times' interest in games with an interview featuring Jonathan Knight, the Head of Games for the NYTimes. And if you're into word games, explore why The NYTimes Mini Crossword is a reliable source of fun.

If you're still struggling with today's Wordle answer, here are a few hints to nudge you in the right direction:

Still stumped? Keep reading for the answer.

Even with hints, if you're still unsure and want to maintain your winning streak, here it is:

The Wordle answer for today is "SWUNG."

My game today was quick and successful. Starting with "CLANG" and shifting my focus from vowels to consonants led me to the correct answer. Thinking of words like "FLING" and "SLANG," I landed on "SWING." With just one letter off, I swapped the "I" for a "U" and found the answer.

Now that you have the answer, remember to keep it spoiler-free for others. Share your results in a grid format to keep the mystery alive.

No need to reveal your secret source for the answer. Throw others off by inputting a few fake guesses before revealing the correct word.

To delve into the origins of "SWUNG," we trace it back to "SWING" in Old English, meaning to strike or fling oneself. The evolution of the word through Middle English reflects its meaning as causing movement or flinging.

Looking back at previous Wordle words, we've seen a variety of terms. To explore past Wordle answers, check out our archive.

With your daily Wordle complete, what's next on your gaming agenda?

Explore other word-based games from the New York Times like Spelling Bee, Mini Crossword, and Letter Boxed. Or try your hand at Connections, daily Sudokus, and Tiles for a different challenge. For a twist on the Wordle formula, check out games like Squaredle, Dordle, Quorodly, Octordly, and Sedecordle, each offering a unique spin on the classic game.

If you need a break from spelling games, give GeoGuessr a try. This game challenges you to pinpoint the location of a given image from around the world. There's even an Old School RuneScape version for added nostalgia.

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