Wordle 455 answer for September 17: Never lose your streak! Check Wordle hints, clues, solution

Wordle 455 answer for September 17: Getting past today’s puzzle will require some skills. Check these Wordle hints, clues and solutions

| Updated on: Sep 17 2022, 07:17 IST
These top 5 Wordle alternatives are out of this world! Will keep you at it all day
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1/5 Word Master: Like Wordle, this word puzzle too gives six attempts to guess a five-letter word and uses gray, yellow and green blocks as well in a similar way. However, there’s a slight tweak, it offers unlimited games in a day and you don't have to wait 24 hours to play the next one. It can be played on any web browser. (Google Play)
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2/5 Hello Wordl: Hello Wordl, is another Wordle alternative which is quite similar to the previous one. It also gives six tries to guess a word and uses the colored blocks in the same way to track your progress. Unlike Wordle, you can play world all day long and can also change the number of letters in the word you're guessing. You can first choose a four-letter puzzle or use the in-game slider to go all the way up to an 11-letter puzzle. (Hello Wordl)
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3/5 Lewdle: Lewdle is also a word puzzle that gives the similar attempt to solve a puzzle. However, it comes with a game's content advisory that reads, "Lewdle is a game about rude words. If you're likely to be offended by the use of profanity, vulgarity or obscenity, go play Wordle instead!" Like Wordle, Lewdle too has only one puzzle per day for players. (Lewdle)
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5/5 Words With Friends: Words With Friends is like a virtual game of Scrabble. You and your opponent, either another person or the computer, get letters and make words on the board. For every correct word, a point is awarded and those who have the most points at the end wins.  (Words With Friends)
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Wordle 455 answer for September 17: Use these Wordle hints, clues and solutions to add an extra day to your winning streak. (Priya/HT Tech)

Wordle 455 answer for September 17: After multiple tricky puzzles, today Wordle decides to take it a little easy. You will not feel the need to scratch your head solving the puzzle today and veterans of the game might even be able to solve it simply using their strategy. A puzzle like this on a Saturday can be relaxing. But it is also important to remember that it only takes one moment of carelessness to lose the game entirely. If you do not want to end up losing your streak, you should check these Wordle hints and clues. They provide you with a robust strategy and word-specific clues to make it easy for you to solve the puzzle. And if you need more assistance, you can always scroll to the bottom for the solution. 

Wordle 455 hints for September 17

Today's puzzle does not contain any repeated letters. That alone reduces the difficulty by quite an extent. The word also does not have any strange letter arrangement. But what it does have is the inclusion of couple of uncommon letters that are not normally seen in other words. Be cautious of them and use a starting word with uncommon letters to get a boost from the first attempt itself. 

Wordle 455 clues for September 17

1. Today's word starts with the letter C.

2. The word contains two vowels.

3. The word ends with E.

4. The remaining vowel is U.

5. There are no repeated letters in the word.

At this point, we have served the word to you on a platter. Just think about it for a moment and apply these clues. You should be very close to the answer. And if you do feel stuck, simply, scroll down for the solution.

Wordle 455 answer for September 17

SPOILER ALERT! Do not read any further if you are not looking for the answer to today's Wordle.

This is your last chance to turn back or you may spoil the answer for today's puzzle.

Today's word is CHUTE. It means “a steep, narrow slope down which people or things can slide”. Come back again tomorrow for more hints and clues.

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First Published Date: 17 Sep, 07:17 IST