How to solve the Thursday, May 5 puzzle

wordle is live for just 24 hours, which means puzzle fans only have a short window to make the most of the colorful square clues to continue their winning streak this Thursday.

wordle remains as popular as ever after going viral over the past few months, and is still free to play on the website of the New York Times.

If you need a little help solving wordle #320 for May 5th, please scroll down this article for a selection of tips and hints.

You must pay close attention to the color of the tiles after each guess to solve Wordle #320 on Thursday, May 5
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wordle works by indicating that a chosen letter is correct and in the assigned cell when a cell turns green. Yellow indicates that the letter is in the answer but in the wrong place, while a gray square means that the letter chosen is completely incorrect.

wordle #320 is a tough puzzle to solve, but Newsweek kindly curated clues to help nudge pun lovers in the right direction.

Spoiler alert: the answer on May 5 wordle is revealed at the end of this article, so scroll carefully.

Sally Learmouth of public relations firm Gloss Communications finds wordle helps to “connect between the generations of our family”.

She said Newsweek“My 12-year-old son who has high-functioning autism, and my mother, who is 70 and retired, message each other almost daily about it, especially if we have a chance win out of two or if it’s particularly difficult, or a word that resonates for any meaning.

“My son’s behavior is particularly difficult because he suffers from pathological demand avoidance. wordle was a rare opportunity to connect with him daily without conflict.

“We have specific seed words that work well and if we get really stuck we cheat using a crossword finder and our best guesses on the missing letters.”

Origins of the “World”

Software engineer Josh Wardle invented wordle in partnership with his partner Palak Shah.

The New York-based puzzlers have actually started working on wordle nearly a decade ago and returned to the project in their spare time during the pandemic-induced lockdown as it swept the world.

In October 2021, Wardle released the game playing on his last name to the public, and wordle quickly becoming a part of everyday life for people around the world.

At the height of its popularity, wordle has been used by over 45 million users every day and has inspired similar daily puzzles, from the country centered World to the case of numbers Nerdle.

The graph from Statista below shows the popularity of the game over time, especially over the past few months.

Wordle Usage Statistics
Wordle keeps track of your stats, showing how many correct answers you got, as well as your winning streak.

‘Wordle’ #320 — Five tips for Thursday, May 5, 2022

Players can tackle the May 5 resolution wordle #320 answer in several roundabout ways.

Each clue has been designed to be a little more revealing than the last, allowing those who get stuck wordle #320 to stop reading once they recognize the correct answer.

  • Tip #1: The Cambridge Dictionary defines this word primarily as an informal American English term for a notable event in baseball.
  • Tip #2: wordle #320 incorporates two vowels.
  • Tip #3: The answer today wordle #320 is also strongly associated with the name of Bart and Lisa’s father in The simpsons.
  • Tip #4: Today’s answer is also related to the person responsible for the ancient Greek epic poems “The Odyssey” and “The Iliad”.
  • Tip #5: The letters involved are relatively common, so canceling out some possible ones in your early stages and figuring out which vowels are in the answer should get you there eventually.

‘Wordle’ #320 Answer for Thursday, May 5, 2022

The answer to wordle Thursday, May 5, it’s “Homer”.

wordle will refresh each day at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT), with another new puzzle available for brains to solve.

wordle fans who want something more while waiting for another daily puzzle can try some of these similar word-based puzzles found HERE.


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