August 28th brings the last Wordle for the weekend and it can help heal your Wordle streak. Over the course of this week, we’ve seen a slight steady increase in difficulty as we build on words that have more complex spellings or unclear letters. Repetitive letters, consonants like “V” and comparative adjectives – it’s been a crazy week! Because some consonants are less common, it can be difficult to make guesses that will help you find the answer – it’s good that we have a guide with hints and tips for today’s Wordle!
As always, we have prepared a short and quick guide to help you solve the August 28 Wordle puzzle. The final answer will be shown at the very bottom, just in case you need it. So, without further ado, here are our tips for Wordle.
Wordle Tips for Sunday, August 28
This word is an object that is commonly used for medical purposes. It is a very thin, almost translucent mesh of fabric, usually cotton, linen, or wire. Doctors used it to bandage injuries, and dentists used it to soak up blood during dental procedures. Although the thing is very common. You will most likely find it in most first aid kits and it is readily available in most stores. You might even have something on hand!
As a final hint, the August 28 Wordle starts with “gram“and ends”E“. This word contains a total of three vowels and one particularly unusual consonant. You will need to guess words that contain unusual letters, such as consonants that appear towards the end of the alphabet. If you’re looking for the official definitive answer, keep reading below.
What is Wordle’s answer today? (Sunday, August 28)
The answer to today’s Wordle puzzle is:GAUZE“.
Today’s fun fact is this: the word gauze actually refers to the specific type of weave this fabric is made of! Two threads (“weft threads”) are criss-crossed in pairs around a single vertical thread, creating a fabric of threads that weave in and out in a perpendicular pattern. It is this weave that gives the gauze its stability, despite its almost transparent quality. In addition, the English word “gauze” seems to come from the name of the place Gaza, which is the cultural center of weaving.
This weekend of Wordle puzzles has come to an end! You can check the NY Times website at midnight your local time to find the next Wordle puzzle. Next time it will be the start of a new week of challenges, so be careful and watch your guesses! If you expect you’ll need more help, we’ll be here with a new guide with tips and tricks to help you fix it!