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Today’s Wordle Review: April 23, 2023

Welcome to Wordle Reviews. Please note: This article contains spoilers for today’s puzzle. Solve Wordle firstOr roll at your own risk.

This month’s featured artist is Simone Noronha.You can read more about her here.


Words 673 6/6

⬜⬜⬜⬜⬜ Slate
⬜⬜🟨🟨⬜ block
⬜🟨🟨⬜🟨 fungi
🟩🟩⬜🟩⬜ No bid
🟩🟩🟨🟩⬜ Unpin
🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩 unzip

My kids are always pressuring me to start with “Start”, but kids ruin everything, so I start with the trusty old SLATE (WordBot loves that). I’m on strike. So I turned to something with CH and N – CHUNK. I got a U and an N in the wrong place. I wish it was “nunchaku”. lung? No S and Wordle God rarely gives us a plural. I got it! The Bund! I am a cook. marvelous. Except no T.

fungus? I typed it with false confidence, but God gave me an I. (Should I be grateful?) Okay. UN stuff. Down, UNRIP, UNDIP, UNBID! No bid.

I insert it with the confidence of a gambler Know 11 to play Like most gamblers, I lost.

But I now know it starts with UN and I’m in the fourth position.

Unpin? OK I’m just going to fight for it. Anxiety began to overwhelm my desire to solve the puzzle. ah! no. But I did get a P.

Until my last guess. Sweating. My ego asks me to tell you that I’m rarely this bad at Wordle. I chose UNZIP and hit the jackpot.

I hate and love how challenging it is for me. I mean, it seems a little unfair to go into past tense territory. But who’s to say Wordle is fair? I’m giving it two stars because I really think it should be a BUNDT.

Today’s word is decompression. According to Merriam-Webster’s New World Collegiate Dictionary, it is a verb meaning to unzip or unzip.

Challenging due to uncertainty, but strategies can help:

The word has a common letter pattern with five or six possible answers. Getting the answer in six tries requires making strategic choices with each guess.

Simone Noronha is a South Asian illustrator and art director from Dubai, based in New York. She loves to weave narrative and intricate detail into her images with a saturated color palette and the moody lighting that has become her signature. In an interview with Wired magazine, she said: “I like to think of illustration style as a natural flaw in us, and go out of our way to exploit it.”

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