Wordle 351 word of the day, June 5. Today’s answer is used to measure the ocean

Happy Sunday guys! Did you get a chance to check out today’s Wordle? You will definitely get the answer if you just dig a little deep. However, if you have tried and are still confused about the solution, then scroll ahead to check the tips we have up our sleeves to help you solve today’s Wordle in a jiffy.


Wordle is a simple word-guessing game and requires the player to guess a five-letter word in six tries. The game is available on a website and you can play it from your mobile as well as laptop or computer. There is a grid and a keyboard on the Wordle website and you can choose your letters from it.

To start, you have to type your first five-letter word guess. That forms the top row of the grid. If you get one of the letters correct in the grid, that box will turn green. If the letter that you guessed is in the word but not in the correct box, that space will turn yellow. If the player guesses anything else, the tile’s colour remains unchanged.


Tip #1: While playing Wordle, try to use letters that are common. The most common letters in the English language are e, t, a, i, o, n, s, h, and r. Try using these in the first few attempts.

Tip #2: Don’t waste your attempts on words that have a letter you’ve already eliminated, or letters in a position that they cannot be in.

Tip #3: During your initial attempts, if a letter is marked yellow, it cannot be in the same position in any of the following guesses. It will also not be in any position that has already turned green. This means that you do not have to try all four remaining slots for a yellow letter.

Tip #4: Think of words with common letters and give it a shot.


Wordle was invented by Josh Wardle, a software engineer from Brooklyn, for his Indian partner, Palak Shah, who loves word games. The name of the game is in line with the creator’s surname Wardle. Palak and Josh played the game for several months before its release in October 2021, The New York Times reports. Wordle has been sold to the New York Times.


Today’s word has only one vowel- E.

The word starts with D and ends with H.

The word is used while figuring out the length from the surface to the ocean floor.


Today’s word is DEPTH.

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