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Today’s Wordle #358 Word Answer and Clues – June 12

If you’re struggling with Wordle #358 on June 12, you’re not the only one! Here are some handy clues and today’s answer to help you out.

Whether you’re an avid Wordle fan or just an occasional player, it’s never fun to be completely stumped. But worry no longer, we’ve got some helpful clues to assist you with today’s puzzle.

And in case that’s not enough, scroll down to the bottom of the page to skip right to the answer to Wordle #358!

Before we begin though, make sure you’re using Wordle’s best starting word each day. You’ll find The New York Times’ daily challenge certainly gets a lot easier when you know how to begin!

Without any further ado, here are your clues to Wordle 358 on June 12.

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Wordle 358 (June 12) Hints and Clues

Here are our helpful hints and clues to help you solve Wordle #358:

Your first clue is that today’s word ends in a T.

Your second clue is that this word has two vowels, back-to-back.

And finally, our last hint of the day is that this word can be related to water.

Still struggling to find that answer? Don’t worry, the answer to Wordle #358 is up next!

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Wordle 358 (June 12) Word Answer

The answer to Wordle #358 on June 12 is FLOAT! Congratulations to all those who got it correct!

To float is to rest or move on the surface of a liquid without sinking. It can also refer to an object that moves or hovers in the air!

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