Today’s ‘Wordle’ #1118 Hints, Clues And Answer For Thursday, July 11th

Looking for help with today's New York Times Wordle? Here are hints, clues and commentary to help you solve today's Wordle and sharpen your guessing game.


Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin How to solve today's Wordle. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Looking for Wednesday’s Wordle hints, clues and answer? You can find them here: Forbes Today's 'Wordle' #1117 Hints, Clues And Answer For Wednesday, July 10th By Thor’s Day has returned with lightning and thunder—or, well, with blue skies and the occasional cloud. The weather will have to catch up with this day’s namesake.

I hear we’re getting some thunderstorms this weekend. I’ll say a few prayers to Thor just to be sure. Yesterday was Wordle Wednesday and I gave you fine folk what I consider a relatively tricky one, though mostly because it’s a bit of a puzzle to untangle the phrasing.

This was the riddle: An old man goes to visit another man in prison. The prison guard stops him and says, "I'm sorry sir. Only relatives are allowed to visit.

Are you related to the prisoner?" The old man says, "Brothers and sisters I have none. That man's father is my father's son." Who is the old man? The answer is: The father of the prisoner.

That man’s (the prisoner’s) father is my father’s son. Weird sounding, but it clearly makes him the father of the prisoner. Isn’t language fun? Speaking of which, let’s solve this Wordle! How To Solve Today’s Wordle The Hint: Small part, big name.

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