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Today’s Wordle #325 Word Answer and Clues – May 10

Struggling to figure out Wordle 325 on May 10? We’re here to help! Here are some hints and clues, as well as the solution to Wordle 325!

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Wordle 325 (May 10) Hints and Clues

Before we give you the answer, here are some hints and clues towards Wordle 325:

Your first hint is that today’s Wordle word starts with the letter “B”.

The second clue you’re getting is that today’s Wordle contains only one vowel.

Your third, and final hint is that the Wordle for today is used to describe people who are “excessively masculine”.

Can’t seem to figure out the answer? Don’t worry, we’re going to give you the answer right now!

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Wordle 325 (May 10) Word Answer

The answer for today’s Wordle, Wordle 325, is BUTCH. If you managed to keep your streak going, with or without our clues, well done!

UPDATE: It seems The New York Times has altered the Wordle answer for today, changing it to GECKO. If BUTCH doesn’t work, GECKO should be correct!

Butch is defined as “having an appearance or other qualities of a type traditionally seen as masculine”.

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Monday 9th of May 2022

Can you please answer the below, is it due to political correctness?


Monday 9th of May 2022

My solution was not BUTCH, it was GECKO. Perhaps this is another example of political correctness after FETUS was also removed?