The Wordle Answer 230 has been revealed for February 4, 2022. Today’s answer will be a difficult one for those with a bad start. Also, with three-letter words being rarer, users may need to guess more than usual. Need more help? Today’s answer has two vowels in positions 3 and 4. Ask for another hint? It’s probably best if you just continue reading Wordle’s answer to number 230.
Answers What is Wordle 230? (February 4, 2022)
Wordle’s 230 answer is “PLEAT.”
“PLEAT” is a noun used to describe “a garment or other article of fabric with double or multiple folds, held together by stitching on the top or side.” As a verb, it means “to fold into a fold.” (Definition of the word Oxford language.)
“PLEAT” is a difficult one because of the letters “P,” “L” and “T”. However, there are at least two vowels that the most common starting words should look up immediately. GameRevolution’s go-to starter of “ARISE” found both, although their locations have yet to be determined. Once a few letters are locked, it’s time to systematically eliminate consonants.
Getting rid of consonants is easier for non-players Hard mode, since that limits the guesswork by including confirmed letters. For those of normal difficulty, each of the 26 letters of the alphabet can be guessed at least once, which will allow for the careful elimination of most of the letters.
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