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Today's Wordle Answer (#594) - February 3, 2023

Today's answer is simpy delicious.


It’s Friday, and players should end the week right by getting the Wordle correct. If you're here, then you're probably struggling in some shape or fashion, and that's not something you want to do on a Friday. Fortunately, we're here to make sure that you end the work week with aplomb and get the Wordle correct. Today's answer is a word that gets used often, especially if you're someone who enjoys fine dining or has a sweet tooth. If you haven't started the February 3 Wordle yet, though, you can check out our list of recommended starting words to give yourself an advantage before you've begun.

However, if you're a few guesses deep, then it might be time to seek some helpful advice. We have exactly that just below. We’ve come up with two hints that should help players come up with relevant guesses for today's puzzle on February 3. If those don’t work, though, we’ve spelled out the full answer further down in the guide if players simply want to head into the weekend with their streak still intact.

Today's Wordle Answer - February 3, 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 described as having a pleasant flavor when eaten.
  • Hint 2: This word has two vowels, one near the beginning of the word and one at the end. The one at the end is sometimes not a vowel. There is one repeating letter. The word starts with "t."

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 February 3 Wordle is... "tasty." The ending "y" and the double "t" can be cause for concern, but players should have had enough letters to guess this word in the end. Hopefully, every player was able to continue their streak today. We'll be back on Monday to continue our Wordle guides.

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