Wordle 398 answer for July 22: The vowel-less puzzle! Check Wordle hints, clues and solution
Wordle 398 answer for July 22: There are just two more days to go for the 400th Wordle. And it will be a monumental day to watch this simplistic word game climb the ladder of success for 400 days in a row. But even after 398 puzzles, the game does not feel old, dated or formulaic. Just take today's puzzle for example. Just when you thought you have seen everything in the game, it dropped a word without any vowels. Now since most strategies are built around figuring out the vowel and fitting the consonants around it, that goes completely out of the window. Wordle has shown us that even after so many days, it can throw us the unexpected curveball. If you want to avoid losing today, then you need to use these Wordle hints and clues. And if even they don't work, simply scroll to the bottom for the solution as well.
Wordle 398 hints for July 22
As mentioned above, today's word does not contain any vowel. And to add to the problems, there is a double letter in the word as well. So, this mean that the only strategy that can work today is the letter elimination strategy to reveal the clues quickly. We recommend using a word with the popular consonants as today's starting word.
Wordle 398 clues for July 22
Today's word begins with the letter T.
There are no vowels in today's word.
The word ends with T.
The word uses a consonant to give out the vowel sound.
Biggest clue - The consonant used to give the vowel effect is Y.
We have given out some really important clues here. Just use your mind to put them all together and you will find yourself quite ahead of the curve. And if you are still wondering what the word could be, then just scroll down to find out the solution.
Wordle 398 answer for July 22
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Today's word is TRYST. It means, “an appointed meeting especially between lovers”. The word should be familiar to all Indians because on the eve of India's Independence, towards midnight on 14 August 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru delivered a historical speech which was titled ‘A tryst with destiny'.