Leery - latest Wordle challenge leaves fans seriously perplexed

Leery – latest Wordle challenge leaves fans seriously perplexed

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Wordlehas made so many players in a very confused state with the word of the day on the  7th of September 2022 the New York Times gave players a new challenge word named “Leery”, Although the word “Leery“is one of the words in the Oxford Dictionary but the problem is that it’s not use that often durring speech.

Wordle fans start talking about it again on social media about the word many of the fans now start voicing out and talking about the word and how “Leery” has humblembed then and spoil most of their winning row.

The word has really scarter most of the fans wining row and streak which make most of them say so many things like “Well one ought to always try be leery when playing wordle.” as said by one of the fans, while another said  this, “I was very leery that I have to bomb out on this one (is my 150 win in a row), but then I got over it and made it at 150.”

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Wordle has always been coming up with many hard to think or even guess 5 letter words that has started making fans finding it more fun and difficult to crack, examples of these words are –  taunt, quart, aphid, trite, and agape, these are ore the word seen lately and of which that has really confuse fans lately.

The Meaning of Leery.

Now I know that you will be curious of the real meaning of this word, sothis is what it actually mean, Leery is  said to be one of the old-fashion word that essentially mean for one to be very cautious or wary due to realistic suspicions. one the example that can be us for ‘leery’ is this –  A city leery of gang violence.

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The Cambridge Dictionary have describe the word ‘leery’  as when you can be trusting someone or something and usually avoiding him, her, or it if is  possible to do so.” An example that has been used with the word is this – “I have been been little leery of authority figures”. Its synonyms are suspicious and wary.

If  you are one of the fabs of the Wordles and has been looking for how to boost your Wordle scores or if you are stuck because of this word,I believe that now you have understand it meaning.


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