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Today’s Wordle #591 Hint & Answer (January 31)

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Today’s Wordle #591 Hint & Answer (January 31)

A Wordle a day keeps the… word doctor away?

It’s a new day and that means there’s a fresh Wordle answer to be resolved. It’s a Tuesday, so you’re likely trying to knock the puzzle out before heading out to enjoy the second half of your weekend. In this guide, we’ll be giving you today’s Wordle hint and answer for January 31, 2023, so you can keep that winning streak going.

What’s the Best Word to Start with in Wordle?

Often, the best words to start a Wordle with are any that have two or more vowels, as this can drastically reduce the amount of words the solution can be.

We’re a big fan of using ‘audio’ as our first Wordle guess, as it has four of the five vowels in it straight away, plus the letter ‘d’ tends to be a pretty common letter to pop-up, too.

The New York Times’ Wordlebot 2.0 actually now recommends players use the word ‘SLATE’ as their starting word instead of the previously recommended CRANE, though both this and AUDIO are still a great place to start if you’re looking to mix it up every once in a while.

You can check out our recommendations for the best words to start with in Wordle here.

Wordle Hint: Start with ‘audio’!

Today’s Wordle Hint

Not looking for a complete giveaway of the answer for today’s word-based conundrum? Well, good news, that’s what this section’s for. We’ve provided a little bullet point list of hints specific to today’s Wordle answer, so you can use as many or as few as you like to help you keep that streak going without just completely cheating.

  1. The word is a noun.
  2. There is one vowel in today’s answer.
  3. Today’s Wordle solution does have a repeating letter.
  4. It begins with the letter C.
  5. It ends with the letter S.

What’s the Wordle Today? (January 31, 2023: Game #591)

What is today’s Wordle? Ready for it? It’s…

Cross

Cross can mean a multitude of things. It can be a noun meaning a mark, object, or figure formed by two short intersecting lines. It can also mean an upright post with a transverse bar, much like the one that Jesus was crucified on in the bible.

In terms of verbs, cross can mean to go or extend across or to the other side of something. It can also mean pass in an opposite or different direction. For example, you might say that the the two lines cross at 50.

Finally, cross can be an adjective in the British language meaning to be annoyed. It’s not as often anymore, but people may say they were cross with someone due to the way they behaved or because of something they’d done.

Previous Wordle Answers

  • #590: Crave
  • #589: Fishy
  • #588: Flirt
  • #587: Worry
  • #586: Beefy
  • #585: Maize
  • #584: Count
  • #583: Elude
  • #582: Matey
  • #581: Blurb
  • #580: Alter
  • #579: Mucky
  • #578: Chard
  • #577: Adopt
  • #576: Frock
  • #575: Spire
  • #574: Koala
  • #573: Human
  • #572: Leapt
  • #571: Sedan
  • #570: Grimy
  • #569: Pixie
  • #568: Opera
  • #567: Lemon
  • #566: Belie
  • #565: Sleek
  • #564: Layer
  • #563: Antic
  • #562: Skirt
  • #561: Whine
  • #560: Manly
  • #559: Molar
  • #558: Havoc
  • #557: Impel
  • #556: Condo
  • #555: Judge
  • #554: Extra
  • #553: Poise
  • #552: Aorta
  • #551: Excel
  • #550: Lunar
  • #549: Third
  • #548: Slate
  • #547: Taper
  • #546: Chord
  • #545: Probe
  • #544: Rival
  • #543: Usual
  • #542: Spoke
  • #541: Apply
  • #540: Naive
  • #539: Knock
  • #538: Braid
  • #537: Infer
  • #536: Joust
  • #535: Amber
  • #534: Woken
  • #533: Adore
  • #532: Torso
  • #531: Chafe
  • #530: Eject
  • #529: Study
  • #528: Undue
  • #527: Tepid
  • #526: Happy
  • #525: Clean
  • #524: Itchy
  • #523: Feast
  • #522: Drive
  • #521: Prime
  • #520: Axiom
  • #519: Brave
  • #518: Avert
  • #517: Glyph
  • #516: There
  • #515: Baker
  • #514: Snarl
  • #513: Maple
  • #512: Inane
  • #511: Valet
  • #510: Medal
  • #509: Unite
  • #508: Rainy
  • #507: Spell
  • #506: Begin
  • #505: Stale
  • #504: Dream
  • #503: Photo
  • #502: Aloud
  • #501: Inept
  • #500: Piney
  • #499: Aptly
  • #498: Waltz
  • #497: Libel
  • #496: Sneak
  • #495: Carry
  • #494: Flout
  • #493: Foggy
  • #492: Fault
  • #491: Mummy
  • #490: Spielk
  • #489: Grove
  • #488: Denim
  • #487: Quirk
  • #486: Exist
  • #485: Stein
  • #484: Spade
  • #483: Catch
  • #482: Floor
  • #481: Equal
  • #480: Ionic
  • #479: Valid
  • #478: Enjoy
  • #477: Howdy
  • #476: Vigor
  • #475: Dandy
  • #474: Sloth
  • #473: Marsh
  • #472: Bough
  • #471: Sting
  • #470: Twine
  • #469: Leave
  • #468: Scorn
  • #467: Scald
  • #466: Usurp
  • #465: Soggy
  • #464: Brisk
  • #463: Admit
  • #462: Grate
  • #461: Glory
  • #460: Saint
  • #459: Recap
  • #458: Alike
  • #457: Trice
  • #456: Stick
  • #455: Chute
  • #454: Parer
  • #453: Doubt
  • #452: Thyme
  • #451: Alpha
  • #450: Booze
  • #449: Tibia
  • #448: Lofty
  • #447: Theme
  • #446: Class
  • #445: Leery
  • #444: Taunt
  • #443: Whoop
  • #442: Inter
  • #441: Gully
  • #440: Charm
  • #439: Fungi
  • #438: Prize
  • #437: Onset
  • #436: Chief
  • #435: Gauze
  • #434: Ruder
  • #433: Irony
  • #432: Clown
  • #431: Needy
  • #430: Woven
  • #429: Merit
  • #428: Waste
  • #427: Treat
  • #426: Shrug
  • #425: Twang
  • #424: Twice
  • #423: Gruel
  • #422: Poker
  • #421: Khaki
  • #420: Hunky
  • #419: Label
  • #418: Glean
  • #417: Cling
  • #416: Patty
  • #415: Unfit
  • #414: Smear
  • #413: Alien
  • #412: Buggy
  • #411: Rhyme
  • #410: Youth
  • #409: Coyly
  • #408: Quart
  • #407: Cramp
  • #406: Bluff
  • #405: Upset
  • #404: Stomp
  • #403: Motto
  • #402: Cinch
  • #401: Elope
  • #400: Power
  • #399: Midge
  • #398: Tryst
  • #397: Aphid
  • #396: Trite
  • #395: Angry
  • #394: Flock
  • #393: Wacky
  • #392: Roomy
  • #391: Wedge
  • #390: Liver
  • #389: Bland
  • #388: Night
  • #387: Madam
  • #386: Berth
  • #385: Stead
  • #384: Voice
  • #383: Agape
  • #382: Fluff
  • #381: Field
  • #380: Sever
  • #379: Lilac
  • #378: Egret
  • #377: Pinto
  • #376: Hutch
  • #375: Gawky
  • #374: Droll
  • #373: Retro
  • #372: Rusty
  • #371: Beady
  • #370: Smite
  • #369: Brink
  • #368: Awful
  • #367: Gloat
  • #366: Input
  • #365: Loser
  • #364: Cacao
  • #363: Blown
  • #362: Apron
  • #361: Primo
  • #360: Atone
  • #359: Donor
  • #358: Float
  • #357: Goose
  • #356: Piety
  • #355: Girth
  • #354: Trait
  • #353: Flood
  • #352: Gloom
  • #351: Depth
  • #350: Froth
  • #349: Phase
  • #348: Showy
  • #347: Creak
  • #346: Manor
  • #345: Atoll
  • #344: Bayou
  • #343: Crept
  • #342: Tiara
  • #341: Asset
  • #340: Vouch
  • #339: Album
  • #338: Hinge
  • #337: Money
  • #336: Scrap
  • #335: Gamer
  • #334: Glass
  • #333: Scour
  • #332: Being
  • #331: Delve
  • #330: Yield
  • #329: Metal
  • #328: Tipsy
  • #327: Slung
  • #326: Farce
  • #325: Gecko
  • #324: Shine
  • #323: Canny
  • #322: Midst
  • #321: Badge
  • #320: Homer
  • #319: Train
  • #318: Hairy
  • #317: Story
  • #316: Forgo
  • #315: Larva
  • #314: Trash
  • #313: Zesty
  • #312: Shown
  • #311: Heist
  • #310: Askew
  • #309: Inert
  • #308: Olive
  • #307: Plant
  • #306: Oxide
  • #305: Cargo
  • #304: Foyer
  • #303: Flair
  • #302: Ample
  • #301: Cheek
  • #300: Shame
  • #299: Mince
  • #298: Chunk
  • #297: Royal
  • #296: Squad
  • #295: Black
  • #294: Stair
  • #293: Scare
  • #292: Foray
  • #291: Comma
  • #290: Natal

Did you get today’s Wordle answer? Did you get today’s Wordle without our hint? Let us know down in the comments below and share your longest streak with your fellow players.

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