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Sun, 4 Dec 2022

Please Note: Since the NYT assigned an editor to oversee Wordle, it no longer seems to be functioning in the same manner as before. It doesn't appear to be following the old pre-set list, and I have been unable to ascertain where it's sourcing the current day's word from. As such, I am currently unaware of a way to predict the solutions. Thus the words below are no longer accurate and merely reflect the state of the game prior to the editor's involvement.

Yesterday #532: daddy

Today #533: quasi

Tomorrow #534: arise

NYT Changes

Since purchasing the game, the New York Times have made a handful of changes to the word list, as detailed below.

Original Version

When they bought the game, the NYT removed several words from the list. Contrary to popular opinion, they didn't add any to make it harder...

This list has 6 words that are no longer on the active list: agora, pupal, lynch, fibre, slave, wench; and it is missing 0 words that have been added to the active list.

Without this change, the current words would have been:

Yesterday #532: unite
Today #533: snarl
Tomorrow #534: baker

Initial NYT

Several weeks after they took over they moved some words to the end of the list, causing some people to get 'Harry' rather than 'stove' if they hadn't refreshed the page.

This list has 0 words that are no longer on the active list; and it is missing 0 words that have been added to the active list.

Without this change, the current words would have been:

Yesterday #532: hippy
Today #533: spell
Tomorrow #534: folly

Bad Timing

Around the time of the SCOTUS leak about overturning Roe vs Wade, several words - including "fetus" - were moved to the end of the list. Though, unlike the previous time, they also moved a couple of words forward from later in the list to replace "fetus" and "butch", so while the edits added a discrepancy for those words, overall it kept the list in sync with what it would have been previously.

This list has 0 words that are no longer on the active list; and it is missing 0 words that have been added to the active list.

Without this change, the current words would have been:

Yesterday #532: claim
Today #533: rainy
Tomorrow #534: musty

New Editor

In November '22 the NYT hired an editor to oversee the word list. SInce the previous system was "create several years of words and leave it to it", I can't guarauntee accuracy going forwards...

This list has 0 words that are no longer on the active list; and it is missing 0 words that have been added to the active list.

Without this change, the current words would have been:

Yesterday #532: daddy
Today #533: quasi
Tomorrow #534: arise

All Words

The full active word list, in order, with their dates:

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