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Today's Wordle Answer (#584) - January 24, 2023

Some math may be necessary.


It's Tuesday, January 24, and we're back with another edition of our Wordle guides. Unlike last week, today's answer is relatively simple and a word that every player has used or heard of. There are really no uncommon letters, which usually results in an easy answer. However, sometimes the easiest words give players the toughest time due to how obvious they can be.

If you haven't started the January 24 Wordle yet, you can check out our list of recommended starting words to give yourself an advantage before you've begun. However, if you're already a few guesses deep and you're on this guide, then you're likely looking for a lifeline so your streak doesn't end. Fortunately, we're here to provide that lifeline and offer some hints that should allow players to easier guess the answer. Below, players will see two hints for today's Wordle in addition to the full answer that's located further down in the guide.

Today's Wordle Answer - January 24, 2023

We'll begin with two hints that directly relate to the Wordle answer but won't immediately give the word away.

  • Hint 1: This word can be defined as the process of determining the total number of something. You often do this in a math class or when trying to figure out how much you spent on a certain item. The word also has a definition with the synonym "include."
  • Hint 2: This word has two vowels, both in the middle of the word. There are no repeating letters in this word. The word starts with the letter "c."

If you weren't able to guess the answer from our hints, then fear not, as we have the full answer right here. The full answer to the January 24 Wordle is... "count." Certainly not a difficult word by any means, but the back-to-back vowels could be the source of some frustration. Hopefully, every player was able to get the Wordle correct and continue their streak. Check back tomorrow for another edition of our Wordle guides.

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