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What’s Connections?

The New York Times has a new word game that’s got everyone talking: Connections. It’s like Wordle, but instead of guessing one word, you have to find the common link between four words.

How to Play

Connections is played on a grid of 16 words. Each word is split into one of four categories. The goal is to find the category that all four words in a row share.

Once you find the correct category, those words will disappear from the grid. You keep going until you’ve found all four categories or run out of guesses.

Tips and Tricks

  • Look for words that have something in common, like a theme, subject, or type.
  • Pay attention to the colors of the categories. Yellow is the easiest, followed by green, blue, and purple.
  • You can rearrange the words on the grid to make it easier to spot connections.
  • Don’t be afraid to guess and check. You get four guesses per category.

Today’s Categories

Want a hint about today’s categories without being told the categories? Try these:

  • Fringes of hair
  • Green: Something you see
  • Blue: Word endings
  • A place of circuses

Today’s Answer

Bit of hair: CURL, LOCK, RINGLET, TRESS
Green: COVERAGE, EXPOSURE, FEATURE, VISIBILITY
Blue: CATION, ION, NESS, SHIP
Circus: BIG TOP, FLEA, FLYING, VARIETY

Conclusion

Don’t worry if you didn’t get it this time. There’s a new Connections every day, and we’ll be here to help you with more tips and tricks.