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Today’s Wordle #330 Word Answer and Clues – May 15

If you’re having some difficulty with Wordle #330, here are some clues and the answer to ensure that you don’t lose that streak!

It’s that time of day again, and Wordle fans everywhere are getting ready to take on the next challenge. Today has a brand-new word to discover, and those who enjoy a puzzle are ready to take it on.

Whether you’re new to the game or a regular player, there’s no shame in needing a bit of help from time to time. And with our clues, you’ll be able to solve Wordle #330 in no time.

Before delving any further into this article, why not make sure you’re starting with the best first word for Wordle? Doing so might just help you get the answer easily!

Now, without any further ado, here are today’s clues for Wordle 330 on May 15.

The New York Times

Wordle 330 (May 15) Hints and Clues

Here are all the hints you need to solve Wordle 330:

Your first clue of the day is this world has two back-to-back vowels in it.

Your second clue is that the word features the letter Y, but it is not the final letter.

And finally, the third clue, is that this word may often be used when referring to crops or other produce.

Still struggling with May 15’s Wordle? We’ve got the answer for you up ahead.

Wordle 330 (May 15) Word Answer

Wordle Daily Answer
The New York Times

The answer to today’s Wordle 330 on May 15 is YIELD! Well done to all those who got it correct.

Yield can refer to the amount of a natural, agricultural, or industrial product that’s been created and harvested. It could also refer to giving way to the arguments or demands of another.

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