The word 'askew' has infuriated a number of Wordle players who have been unable to work out this fiendish challenge from the game makers at the New York Times.
Wordle 310 on April 25, 2022, was much like some of the other more difficult challenges and fans were disappointed when many of them failed to solve the word 'askew.' Many players took to social media to complain about this most recent challenge.
"Just failed wordle for the first time, lost my 100% record and my 65-day winning streak.. wtf does the word 'askew' even mean," asked one distraught fan.
"F**k your 'Askew' wordle. Never playing it again f**k you," said another furious fan.
"Wordle 310 X/6 Never used that word before. Bleh. Learnt something new," said another fan who failed to solve the puzzle.
"Wordle 310 X/6 ended my 111-day wordle streak. retiring for good," said another.
Wordle 310 X/6⬛🟨⬛⬛🟨⬛🟨⬛⬛🟨🟨⬛🟨⬛⬛⬛⬛🟨🟨🟨⬛🟨🟨🟩⬛🟨🟨🟩🟩🟨ended my 111 day wordle streak. retiring for goodApril 25, 2022
Others noticed a fun google feature after they googled the word 'askew.' One player wrote on Twitter, "Had to explain this morning's Wordle meaning to my 6-year-old and #google did this! Thought my phone was broken."
The commenter then posted an image of google which was suddenly lopsided on the screen after the player googled the word 'askew.'
Had to explain this mornings Wordle meaning to my 6 year old and #google did this! Thought my phone was broken#mondamorning#curiousmind#askew#wordle pic.twitter.com/gMOAVEeamtApril 25, 2022
While some fans were aware of the word 'askew,' others were confused by this word and were wondering what this word actually means.
The word askew is defined in the Cambridge dictionary as 'not straight or level.' Examples of this could be, 'is that frame slightly askew?' or 'My hat was askew so I adjusted it in the mirror'.
For players who struggled to solve the word 'askew' and are desperately trying to improve their Wordle skills, there are a number of Wordle hacks and Wordle tricks that are tried and tested and can help you to solve the daily word challenge.
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