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Today’s Wordle #364 Word Answer and Clues – June 18

Finding it difficult to reach the solution to today’s Wordle? Don’t worry just yet, as we have some hints and clues, as well as the answer to Wordle 364 on June 18!

The New York Times’ Wordle has reset, giving all players a new Wordle to attempt. Whether you’re a Wordle pro or just playing casually, we’re here to help you!

While Wordle is fun on its own, the main reason we keep coming back is to keep our streak going strong, and our clues will help you do just that!

Before we go any further, we strongly recommend that you use our best Wordle starting word. Using this starting word guarantees that you win every Wordle!

Hopefully, with the best Wordle starting word, you’re ready to go! Firstly, here are some clues towards Wordle 364 on June 18.

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Wordle 364 (June 18) Hints and Clues

Here are some clues towards Wordle 364 on June 18:

Your first clue for today’s Wordle is that it contains two of the same letters, twice.

Next up, your second clue is that today’s Wordle starts with the letter “C”.

Finally, your last hint is that Wordle 364 grows on trees.

Struggling to figure out the answer? We’re now going to give you the solution to the Wordle on June 18!

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Wordle 364 (June 18) Word Answer

The answer to the latest Wordle is CACAO. If you got it right and managed to keep your streak going, well done!

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Cacaos are seeds from a small tropical American evergreen tree, from which cocoa, cocoa butter, and chocolate are made.

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