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What is Connections?

The New York Times has released a new word game called Connections. It’s similar to Wordle, but instead of guessing a single word, you group four words that have something in common.

How to Play

Each puzzle has 16 words divided into four categories. Only one correct grouping exists for each category.

You can rearrange the words to make it easier to find connections. Each category is color-coded, with yellow being the easiest and purple being the hardest.

You get up to four mistakes before the game ends.

Today’s Categories

  • Yellow: Eat a Little
  • Green: Pursue
  • Blue: Ingredients in Minestrone
  • Purple: ___Cast


  • Yellow: A small snack
  • Green: To follow or search for
  • Blue: Used in a classic Italian soup
  • Purple: A type of actor


  • Eat a Little: GRAZE, NIBBLE, PECK, SNACK
  • Ingredients in Minestrone: BEANS, PASTA, STOCK, VEGETABLES
  • ___Cast: BROAD, FORE, POD, TYPED