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What is Connections?

Connections is the New York Times’ new word game where you find the connections between four words. It’s like Wordle, but with four words instead of one.

How to Play

You have 16 words to group into four sets of four. Each set shares a common theme. For example, one set might be “book titles” and another might be “country names.”

You can rearrange the words and shuffle the board to help you find the connections.

You get up to four mistakes before the game ends.

Today’s Categories

  • Yellow: Cooking an egg
  • Green: Adrenaline junkie

  • Blue: Thrown in target games
  • Purple:


Today’s Answers

  • Ways to Prepare Eggs: BOIL, FRY, POACH, SCRAMBLE
  • Exhilaration: BUZZ, KICK, RUSH, THRILL
  • Thrown in Target Games: AXE, DART, HORSESHOE, RING


  • Start with the easiest category (yellow).
  • Look for words that have something in common, like a verb or a noun.
  • Don’t be afraid to rearrange the words and shuffle the board.
  • Use the color coding to help you identify the categories.