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Today’s Wordle #329 Word Answer and Clues – May 14

Struggling to get the Wordle for today correct. and worried you may lose your streak? Don’t worry, we’re going to give you some clues, as well as the answer to Wordle 329 on May 14!

The New York Times’ Wordle has reset, as it does every day, and that means a new Wordle and a new chance to get it right!

Whether you’re a new player, or someone wanting to keep their streak going, we’re going to help you with today’s Wordle answer.

Before we go ahead with today’s clues for Wordle 329, make sure to use our best Wordle starting word to make Wordle even easier!

If you’re ready to go ahead, we’re now going to give you some clues to today’s Wordle on May 14!

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Wordle 329 (May 14) Hints and Clues

Here are some hints to today’s Wordle on May 14:

The first clue for you today is that Wordle 329 starts with the letter “M”.

Your second hint is that today’s Wordle contains two vowels.

The third and final hint is that today’s Wordle can be described as a “detector activator” or an “element”.

Struggling to figure out what it is? We’re now going to give you the solution to Wordle 329!

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Wordle 329 (May 14) Word Answer

The answer to today’s Wordle on May 14 is METAL. If you got it right, with or without clues, well done!

You can define METAL as many things. It can be described as “a solid material which is typically hard, shiny, malleable, fusible, and ductile, with good electrical and thermal conductivity”. Or, it can also mean a genre of Music, as in Heavy Metal.

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