Wordle Hints (& Answer) for December 10th, 2023

The Sunday Wordle isn’t too difficult, but if you need a little push in the right direction we’ve got the daily hints and fully spoiled answer.

A new day brings a new Wordle, and Sunday the 10th’s answer shouldn’t cause too much trouble for most fans of the popular word-guessing game. There is always a chance that players could get distracted and run out of attempts no matter how good someone is at the game and that’s where a few hints could help out.

Wordle quickly became a staple in many players’ morning routines. Waking up to a nice cup of coffee and solving the daily puzzle is a fantastic way to start a day. Luckily, there are still plenty of 5-letter words that Wordle hasn’t used yet so the game shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.


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Today’s Wordle Hints

December 10th #904

Wordle December 10 Hint

For those who want a little help, we’ve provided a few hints to help out before fully spoiling today’s Wordle answer below.

Hint 1

There are no repeating letters.

Hint 2

The answer is used as a noun and a verb.

Hint 3

The vowels are in the 3rd & 4th position.

Hint 4

A connected series of metal links.

Today’s Wordle Answer

December 10th #904

Wordle December 10 Answer

The December 10th Wordle answer is CHAIN.

We solved today’s word quite quickly by using the starting Wordle word, IRATE. This provided a great start with both vowels, one in the correct location and another in the wrong one. Moving the misplaced vowel around a bit we tried PLAIN as our second guess which locked in the ‘I’ as well as a new letter ‘N’.

Finally, after a short think, we scored our Wordle win-in-three with the correct answer, CHAIN. Another point for the new win streak we started after losing our 50+ streak two weeks ago.

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    Wordle is a web-based word-guessing game developed by Josh Wardle that took the world by storm in 2021. Players are given a five-letter word to guess and have six attempts to get the word correct. When they get a letter correct, it will mark itself as green if it’s in the correct position and yellow if it is the correct letter in the wrong position. A yellow letter also means that letter could appear more than once. Wordle was purchased by The New York Times Company in 2022 and added to their website and app, keeping the core game free to play as promised – with additional words and other bonuses available through subscription, and is available via browser, iOS, and Android.

    How Long To Beat:
    1h 25m