Today's Wordle Answer (#460) - September 22, 2022
Make sure you follow our hints to get today's Wordle correct and continue your streak.
Who doesn't enjoy a little Thursday Wordle action every now and again? We're back with another edition of our Wordle guides, this time on September 22. After a series of difficult answers over the past couple of weeks, the Wordle gods have blessed players with a fairly easy word. This is great news for players who might not want too hard of a challenge with their morning coffee (or whenever players do the Wordle), but disheartening for those who like a little challenge every now and again.
If you haven't started the Wordle just yet, then you can check out our list of recommended starting words. However, if you're already past the starting point, then you're likely looking for some hints. Luckily, we provide just that further down in this guide. We will also spell out the full answer for players looking to simply get out of today unscathed.
Today's Wordle Answer - September 22, 2022
We'll begin with a few hints that directly relate to today's Wordle answer, but don't give it away immediately.
- Hint 1: This word is the name of a professional football team located in the southern United States. It's also the name of a person, particularly in Catholicism, who has chosen a life of holiness and virtue.
- Hint 2: This word has two vowels and no repeating letters. The vowels are located in the middle of the word.
If those hints weren't enough to get the ball rolling for you, then you can keep reading for the full answer to the Wordle. The full answer to the September 15 Wordle is "saint." This is definitely one of the easier from the past few weeks, so hopefully, players were given a break today and continued their streak with ease. Check back tomorrow for another edition of our Wordle guides.
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