Today's Wordle Answer (#480) - October 12, 2022
You'll need your brain helmet on tight if you want to get this Wordle.
It might be the middle of week, but there's still no slowing down this Wordle train. We've returned to offer more help to people in need when it comes to getting the Wordle correct. This time, we're helping out with the answer on October 12, and players are going to need all the help they can get with this one. Though this word is mostly known throughout the English language, it's fairly obscure. Players will undoubtedly struggle to get this Wordle given the answer's spelling and letter usage. If you haven't started the Wordle just yet, then you can check out our list of recommended starting words. However, if you're already past the starting point, then you're likely looking for some hints.
Luckily, we provide just that further down in this article. We also spell out the full answer even further down, so if you don't want to be spoiled, don't read below the hints.
Today's Wordle Answer - October 12, 2022
We'll begin with two hints that directly relate to today's Wordle answer, but don't give it away immediately.
- Hint 1: If you put a "b" at the front of this word, you'd get a word that was part of the title for a hit superhero show in the 1970s.
- Hint 2: This word has two vowels, one of which is repeating (three in total). One of the repeating vowels comes at the start of the word. The word ends in "c."
If those hints weren't enough to get the ball rolling for you, then you can keep reading for the full answer to the October 12 Wordle. The full answer to today's Wordle is "ionic." This is likely one of the harder answers we've ever seen in Wordle. Many people might know the word "bionic," but ionic is a whole other story. We hope every player was able to continue their Wordle streak today. Check back tomorrow for another edition of our Wordle guides.
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