Wordle 350 answer for June 4: Beware of the weekend twist! Check Wordle hints, clues and solution
Wordle 350 answer for June 4: Finally, today Wordle celebrates its 350th day since inception. Now, it's just 15 days till it completes a full year of existence. While Wordle did not make its first public appearance till later in the year, June 19 was the day when it was first created by Josh Wardle. In its early days, it was meant as a silly game for his family and friends and that is how it stayed for a while. But soon, it reached out to more people and before long it became so popular that the New York Times came around to acquire the game. But even on a special occasion like today, it has not refrained from making every attempt to break your winning streak. But do not worry. As long as you take the assistance of our Wordle hints and clues, the streak should remain safe. And if even that proves inadequate, simply scroll down for the solution.
Wordle 350 hints for June 4
As a puzzle, #350 does not offer much of a challenge apart from one slightly uncommon letter. The key to today's game will be identifying the vowel and at least one adjacent letter in their right slot. As long as you can do that within the first three attempts, the game is yours. We recommend using a word with the wheels of fortune letters as your starting word.
Wordle 350 clues for June 4
1. Today's word starts with F.
2. The word ends with H.
3. There is only one vowel in the word.
4. The vowel is O.
5. Biggest clue - You can see it on top of cappuccino coffee
And those were your clues. Think about the clues for a minute and go take your attempt at the game. We are rooting for you. And if you are still confused, just scroll to the bottom to check the answer.
Wordle 350 answer for June 4
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Today's word is FROTH. It means, “ mass of small bubbles in liquid caused by agitation, fermentation, or salivating”. Check this space again tomorrow for more hints and clues.