Wordle players enraged by'very American' phrase as streaks are broken

 Wordle players enraged by'very American' phrase as streaks are broken

Wordle players enraged by'very American' phrase as streaks are broken

Monday, August 1, 2022, in the New York Times.


Wordle's creators have been known to present fans with difficult five-letter words that are unfamiliar or unpopular in everyday language. Words like agape, aphid, trite, agape, and pinto are examples of difficult wordle challenges that have caused fans to struggle and even lose streaks. On Monday, August 1, the word 'quart' presented a similar challenge, with players struggling to solve it.


Although the word 'quart' is widely used in the United States, it is not widely used in the United Kingdom, and British players took to social media to express their displeasure with this'very American' term.

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