NYTimes Wordle #254 Hints & Answer for 28 February 2022, Monday


If you are playing Today Wordle #254 puzzle of Monday and having a problem finding correct answers then this Page is for you: Wordle is a new 5-word puzzle game that was recently released by Josh Wardle in October 2021 but by seeing game popularity the new york times has brought this Wordle game. Each day wordle will challenge you with unique words sometimes it is easy to guess sometimes it takes time. On this page, we will give you #254 Puzzle of 28 February 2022 hints and clues like the first two letter words, last two letter words, vowels and many more that will help you to solve the puzzle on your own.

The best attempt for today’s puzzle is 2/6 and 3/6 and most players solve the puzzle on average 4/6, 5/6, and 6/6 attempts. This game will improve your puzzling skills and your vocabulary if you solve it on your own. Firstly we will share wordle clues and at the end, we mentioned the correct answer of wordle word of the day.

Today NYTimes Wordle #254 Hints & Clues

Today’s word is quite simple even if you will get the first 2 letter hint, you can easily solve it. Here we mentioned the hints of Today 2/28/22, Monday Puzzle. The new puzzle will update at exactly 12:00 AM local time of any country, no matter you are from the UK, USA, Canada, India or Any the new puzzle will be live exactly midnight of your local time.

Hint 1 #254 word Start with C
Hint 2 #254 word End with K
Hint 3 #254 word Contain 2 Vowel
Hint 4 #254 word Contain O in the middle
Hint 5 #254 word First two letters are CH

NYT Crossword Answers Today

NYT Mini Crossword Clues and Answers Today

5 letters Word that starts with CH___:

  • chess
  • chest
  • cheth
  • chevy
  • chews
  • chewy
  • chiao
  • chias
  • chick
  • chico
  • chics
  • chide
  • chief
  • chiel
  • child
  • chile
  • chili
  • chill
  • chimb
  • chime
  • chimp
  • china
  • chine
  • chink
  • chino
  • chins
  • chips
  • chirk
  • chirm
  • chiro
  • chirp
  • chirr
  • chits
  • chive
  • chivy
  • chock
  • choir
  • choke
  • choky
  • cholo
  • chomp
  • chook
  • chops

Today’s wordle tips and tricks

If you want to solve every wordle puzzle then these tips and strategies guide will help you to solve the puzzle in the best attempt 2/6, 3/6, 4/6, 5/6. Here we have discussed the best puzzle-solving guide as per our point of view that we used to solve any 5 letter word puzzle:

  1. Start with a word that you never tried till now because everyday words are completely different so there is very less chance that today’s word starts with the same as previous.
  2. Find the duplicate letter words or vowels in your 5 letters
  3. If still, you do not figure out the correct answers use hints like the first two letters and then guess the rest of the words on your own.

If today word stumped you, dont wory my friends next day new puzzle will come and try to solve puzzle by your own if you want to become genius

what is wordle 28 Feb Answer?

The Answer of Today wordle #254 word for 28 February 2022, Monday is “CHOKE

Date 28 February 2022
Day Monday
Wordle Puzzle number #254
Word of the Day CHOKE
Today wordle meaning (of a person or animal) have severe difficulty in breathing because of a constricted or obstructed throat or a lack of air.
Example Sentences “Willie choked on a mouthful of tea”

Also check: All wordle game puzzle solutions so far

Final words: On this page, we mentioned each and every detail about the NYTimes Wordle game today puzzle then you want to know. If you have any queries or tricks to solve the puzzle in a minimum attempt kindly share them in the comment box. Our readers will love to see the strategies of other players.

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