If you've been scratching your head and wondering what the Wordle 13 April answer is, here is what you need to know—but be warned, there are spoilers ahead!
Wordle 298 was another challenge from the game makers at the New York Times and while some players found this game a little tricky, others relished the 'easy' task on April 13.
While previously, Worlde has been known to throw a few curveballs at players and put words such as 'lowly,' 'natal,' and 'foray' as answers for the daily word game, on this occasion the Wordle answer seemed relatively relaxed.
What was the answer for Wordle 13 April?
The answer for Wordle on 13 April was 'chunk.'
This word was one of the kinder challenges from the New York Times as the word didn't have any pesky double letters and had a pretty standard word format. The word 'chunk' is also a pretty common word and fans are used to encountering this word in everyday life, unlike some of the other tricker challenges which had fans whacking out their dictionary in order to solve the puzzle.
If you aren't sure, 'chunk' means, it is a solid piece of something, ie: a chunk of potato in a soup. It can also mean a small piece of a larger part, ie: a chunk of text from the novel.
Many Wordle players enjoyed this challenge and took to social media to share their success. "Thoroughly enjoyed this one. Fun word! Wordle 298 3/6," said one player who solved the challenge within three tries.
"Wordle 298 2/6 This is probably the greatest moment of my life. #Wordle," said another player who only needed two guesses to solve this challenge.
"Wordle 298 3/6 Well that was pretty easy today #wordle," said yet another player.
Thoroughly enjoyed this one. Fun word! Wordle 298 3/6*🟨⬛⬛⬛🟨⬛🟨🟨⬛🟨🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩#wordle298 #wordle #dailywordleclub pic.twitter.com/LQtu3VvtAlApril 13, 2022
There is also a surprising number of Wordle alternatives that have gained popularity since Wordle became an internet craze. So if you want to get some practice but also try something a little different, why not try Quordle which is a bit like Wordle but four times harder. Or perhaps Heardle, which is the music-based spin-off of the typical Wordle challenge.
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