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What is Connections?

The New York Times has created a new word game called Connections. The goal is to find the “common threads” between four words. Each puzzle has 16 words divided into four categories, and players have to group the words that share a common theme.

Tips and Strategies

  • Rearrange the board: Move the words around to make it easier to spot connections.
  • Color-coded categories: Yellow is easiest, followed by green, blue, and purple.
  • Share your results: Brag about your puzzle-solving skills on social media.

Today’s Categories

Yellow: Rolling down the hill


Green: Sources of water
Blue: Things that’ll help achieve a curvy shape
Purple: Types of bears

Today’s Answers

Take a Tumble: FALL, SLIP, SPILL, TRIP
Kinds of Water: MINERAL, SPRING, STILL, TAP
Things That Are Cinched in the Middle: CORSET, DIABOLO, HOURGLASS, WASP
___Bear: BOO-BOO, BROWN, HONEY, TEDDY

Don’t worry if you didn’t get it this time. There’s a new Connections puzzle every day, so you can try again tomorrow!