A screen grab of the Wordle game featuring the word 'times.'

Morning, Wordlers! New day, new Wordle.

You’ll find today’s Wordle answer at the bottom of this post, but if you want to try and get there yourself first, you’ll find a few clues as well as general Wordle tips, strategies, and info as you make your way down.

Created by engineer Josh Wardle as a gift for his partner and later bought by the New York Times in a seven-figure deal, Wordle has made five-letter words a bigger deal than four-letter ones in 2022, and inspired countless clones and variations on the basic guessing-game format.

Try the diabolically hard Absurdle, the mathtastic Primel, and the map-based Worldle, the multi-game variants that add up to the 31-word Grand Slam (aka Untrigintordle) — or you might want to go deeper with Wordle clones for specific fandoms.

What’s the best Wordle starting word?

That depends, but we’ve got plenty of ideas for you to try.

Why are there two different Wordle answers some days?

There were two different Wordle answers again Wednesday. Here’s why.

And in case you were wondering, no, it’s not getting harder. In fact, we’ve technically all been playing it on easy mode — here’s how to go to Hard Mode.

Dig into the Wordle archive

Just one Wordle a day not doing it for you? Good news. You can also play the whole archive of past Wordles.

Yesterday’s Wordle: Here’s the April 1 Wordle in case you’re looking for it. We do this every day.

Here’s a subtle hint for today’s Wordle answer:

It’s a noun.

Does today’s Wordle answer have a double letter?

Nope! Two vowels, three consonants, all appearing once.

Today’s Wordle is a 5-letter word that ends with…

It ends with the letter…E.

What’s the answer to Wordle today?

OK, OK, we’ll tell you.

Ready?

It is…

TROPE.

‘Trope’s’ definition, according to Webster’s dictionary? A ‘word or expression used in a figurative sense’ or a ‘common or overused theme or device.’

Mashable will be providing Wordle answers, along with more Wordle updates in the weeks ahead. Stick with us.

Reporting by Caitlin Welsh and Adam Rosenberg contributed to this article.

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