Wednesday, May 11, Clue and Solution

We’re back with another “what’s Wordle’s answer today?” entry. and we’ve been on a number of interesting words lately, ever since the NYT left out “fetus” for obvious reasons and it jumped pretty far down the master list of answers.

Wordle does not want to attract any controversy, and today’s word should not be a problem for anyone. Although I have heard that he used it in the context of political discussions before. You’ll see what I mean in a moment here.

An introduction to Wordle

  • For those new to the game, read this word primer before you start playing and learn how this trend started.
  • Then if you want some advanced tactics to get those answers with little guesswork, you can read the Wordle tips and tricks guide here.

Today’s Wordle #326 Answer and Clue

Before I continue, I’ll give you a spoiler warning in case you don’t want to know Wordle’s answer today and just want a hint. As for that track? I was told I need to get better at this, and it’s true, but once again I’m having trouble with today’s. I guess you could describe a show like SNL like this, and no “comedy” doesn’t have five letters, so don’t even try. And remember what I said about our current political climate.

And the answer is…


This is not a very common word, and when I hear it, it usually describes politics in some way. The official definition of farce is “a comic dramatic work that uses slapstick and horseplay and typically includes crude characterization and ludicrously unlikely situations.” Technically, SNL is a “farce” with everything it parodies, which distinguishes it from a more general sitcom.

So how did I get there? It was another good day for CRANE as it put CRA and E in the right place. From there, I guessed RACHE, which met the criteria and I have an idea of ​​what RACHE is, but the game accepted it. He apparently he is a “dog that hunts with scent” or “revenge” in German. Well then! After that, I guessed CARTE, which is CAR with an E at the end, apparently another word. The only thing I’ve seen is the phrase “carte blanche”, but it’s definitely not English. The game accepted it, in any case. Ultimately, that led me to FARSA, the correct answer.

So how was it today? Did you get it in 2 or did you give up trying?

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