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Today’s Wordle #328 Word Answer and Clues – May 13

If you can’t seem to figure out today’s Wordle, don’t worry just yet! Here are some helpful clues towards the Wordle answer for Wordle 328 on May 13!

The daily Wordle has reset, as it does every other day, and that means it’s time to guess today’s Wordle. Hopefully, you get it correct!

Using our clues and hints to set you on the path to getting the answer correct, you’ll be able to keep your Wordle streak going. Or, if you’re a new player, you can get your streak started!

Before we go ahead with the Wordle clues for today, make sure to use our best Wordle starting word to make Wordle even easier!

Now, with the strategy of having the best starting word, we can give you some clues towards today’s Wordle on May 13!

The New York Times

Wordle 328 (May 13) Hints and Clues

Here are some handy clues towards Wordle 328 on May 13:

It’s worth mentioning that The New York Times has altered some of the Wordle answers during the day, a couple of times this week. This means there have occasionally been two Wordle answers in play.

If this is the case again, we will update this article to include the second word. However, we are hopeful that this won’t happen today.

Your first clue is that today’s Wordle starts with the letter “T”.

Your second hint is that today’s Wordle contains one vowel.

The third and final clue you are getting is that today’s Wordle relates to “slightly intoxicated”.

Make sure to put in your last guesses before we get to the Wordle answer! If you still can’t figure it out, we’re now going to cover the Wordle solution for today’s Wordle on May 13.

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The New York Times

Wordle 328 (May 13) Word Answer

The answer to today’s Wordle is none other than TIPSY. If you managed to keep your streak going, well done!

Tipsy is simply defined as slightly drunk. There isn’t much else to it!

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