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Wordle, the five-letter word guessing game that has taken the world by storm, challenges players each day to figure out the winning word. Since its release in 2021, Wordle has become immensely popular on social media and has even inspired variations of the game including Quordle, Octordle, and, for math lovers, Nerdle.

Wordle started on June 19, 2021, with a listed 2,315 possible solutions. When The New York Times purchased Wordle in 2022, six words were removed from this list: agora, pupal, lynch, fibre, slave, and wench. When players connect to the Wordle site, their browser downloads a script that stores all past answers and future, unused Wordle words.

All Possible Remaining Wordle Answers

The following list of 1,739 words is all possible words Wordle has left as of January 9, 2023. Since the script for Wordle is already written through October 2027, it is possible to get the exact date for each answer. In honor of good sportsmanship and fair play, this list of Wordle words not used yet is in alphabetical order instead.

Letter A

  • abbot
  • abhor
  • abide
  • abled
  • abode
  • aborta
  • abuse
  • acorn
  • actor
  • adage
  • adapt
  • adept
  • admin
  • adorn
  • affix
  • afire
  • afoot
  • afoul
  • after
  • aging
  • aider
  • aisle
  • alarm
  • alert
  • algae
  • alibi
  • align
  • alive
  • allay
  • alley
  • allot
  • alloy
  • along
  • aloof
  • amass
  • amaze
  • amble
  • amend
  • amity
  • among
  • amply
  • amuse
  • angle
  • angst
  • anime
  • ankle
  • annex
  • annoy
  • annul
  • anvil
  • apart
  • aping
  • apnea
  • ardor
  • arena
  • arise
  • armor
  • arose
  • array
  • arrow
  • arson
  • artsy
  • ascot
  • ashen
  • assay
  • attic
  • augur
  • aunty
  • avian
  • avoid
  • award
  • aware
  • awash
  • awoke
  • axial
  • axion

Letter B

  • bacon
  • baggy
  • baler
  • balmy
  • banjo
  • baron
  • basal
  • basil
  • basin
  • basis
  • baste
  • batch
  • bawdy
  • beard
  • beech
  • befit
  • began
  • begat
  • begun
  • belle
  • berry
  • betel
  • bevel
  • bezel
  • bible
  • bicep
  • biddy
  • bigot
  • bilge
  • billy
  • bingo
  • bison
  • bitty
  • blade
  • blank
  • blare
  • blast
  • blaze
  • bleak
  • bleat
  • bleep
  • blend
  • bless
  • blimp
  • blind
  • blink
  • bliss
  • blitz
  • bloat
  • block
  • blond
  • blood
  • bloom
  • bluer
  • blunt
  • board
  • boast
  • bobby
  • boney
  • bongo
  • bonus
  • booth
  • booty
  • borne
  • bosom
  • bossy
  • botch
  • boule
  • bound
  • bowel
  • boxer
  • brace
  • brain
  • brand
  • brass
  • bravo
  • brawl
  • brawn
  • breed
  • brick
  • brief
  • briny
  • broad
  • broil
  • brood
  • broth
  • brown
  • brunt
  • brute
  • buddy
  • budge
  • bugle
  • build
  • built
  • bulge
  • bulky
  • bunny
  • burnt
  • burst
  • bused
  • bushy
  • butch
  • butte
  • buxom
  • buyer
  • bylaw

Letter C

  • cabal
  • cabby
  • cabin
  • cable
  • cacti
  • caddy
  • cadet
  • cagey
  • cairn
  • camel
  • cameo
  • canal
  • candy
  • canon
  • caput
  • carve
  • caste
  • catty
  • cavil
  • cease
  • cello
  • chaff
  • chain
  • chair
  • chalk
  • chaos
  • chase
  • chasm
  • cheap
  • check
  • cheer
  • chess
  • chick
  • chide
  • child
  • chili
  • china
  • chirp
  • chock
  • chore
  • chose
  • chuck
  • chump
  • churn
  • civil
  • clack
  • claim
  • clamp
  • clang
  • clank
  • clash
  • clasp
  • cleat
  • cleft
  • cliff
  • climb
  • clink
  • cloak
  • clone
  • cloud
  • clout
  • clove
  • clued
  • clump
  • clung
  • cobra
  • color
  • comfy
  • comic
  • conch
  • copse
  • coral
  • corer
  • couch
  • cough
  • coupe
  • court
  • coven
  • cover
  • covey
  • crack
  • craft
  • crash
  • crawl
  • cream
  • creed
  • creek
  • creep
  • creme
  • crepe
  • cress
  • crest
  • crick
  • cried
  • crier
  • crisp
  • crock
  • crony
  • crook
  • croup
  • crowd
  • crown
  • crude
  • cruel
  • crump
  • crush
  • crypt
  • cubic
  • cumin
  • curio
  • curry
  • curse
  • curve
  • curvy
  • cutie
  • cyber
  • cycle

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Letter D

  • daily
  • dairy
  • daisy
  • dally
  • datum
  • daunt
  • dealt
  • debar
  • debit
  • debut
  • decal
  • decay
  • decor
  • decoy
  • decry
  • defer
  • deign
  • deity
  • delay
  • demon
  • demur
  • dense
  • derby
  • deter
  • detox
  • deuce
  • devil
  • diary
  • dicey
  • dilly
  • dimly
  • dingo
  • dingy
  • diode
  • dirge
  • dirty
  • ditch
  • ditty
  • diver
  • dizzy
  • dodgy
  • dogma
  • doing
  • dolly
  • dopey
  • dough
  • dowdy
  • dowel
  • downy
  • draft
  • drake
  • drama
  • drank
  • drape
  • drawl
  • drawn
  • dread
  • dress
  • dried
  • drier
  • drift
  • drill
  • droit
  • drone
  • drool
  • dross
  • drove
  • drown
  • druid
  • drunk
  • dryer
  • dryly
  • dully
  • dummy
  • dumpy
  • dunce
  • dusky
  • dusty
  • dying

Letter E

  • eager
  • eagle
  • early
  • easel
  • eaten
  • eater
  • ebony
  • eclat
  • edict
  • edify
  • eerie
  • eight
  • eking
  • elate
  • elbow
  • elect
  • elegy
  • elfin
  • elide
  • elite
  • embed
  • ember
  • emcee
  • enact
  • endow
  • enemy
  • ensue
  • entry
  • envoy
  • equip
  • erase
  • erect
  • erupt
  • ester
  • ether
  • etude
  • event
  • evict
  • evoke
  • exalt
  • exert
  • exile
  • expel
  • extol
  • eying

Letter F

  • fable
  • facet
  • faint
  • fairy
  • faith
  • false
  • fancy
  • fanny
  • fatal
  • fatty
  • fauna
  • fecal
  • fella
  • felon
  • femme
  • femur
  • fence
  • feral
  • fetal
  • fetch
  • fetid
  • fetus
  • fever
  • fiber
  • ficus
  • fiery
  • fifth
  • fight
  • filer
  • filet
  • filly
  • filmy
  • filth
  • final
  • finch
  • fizzy
  • flack
  • flake
  • flaky
  • flame
  • flare
  • flash
  • fleck
  • fleet
  • flier
  • flint
  • flour
  • flown
  • fluid
  • fluke
  • flung
  • flunk
  • flush
  • flute
  • foamy
  • foist
  • folio
  • force
  • forte
  • forty
  • forum
  • frail
  • fraud
  • freak
  • freed
  • freer
  • friar
  • fried
  • frill
  • frisk
  • fritz
  • frond
  • frown
  • fruit
  • fudge
  • fugue
  • fully
  • funky
  • funny
  • furor
  • furry
  • fussy
  • fuzzy

Letter G

  • gaffe
  • gaily
  • gamut
  • gassy
  • gauge
  • gaunt
  • gavel
  • gayer
  • gayly
  • gazer
  • geeky
  • geese
  • genie
  • genre
  • ghost
  • gipsy
  • girly
  • giver
  • glade
  • gland
  • glare
  • glaze
  • gleam
  • glide
  • glint
  • globe
  • gloss
  • gnome
  • godly
  • going
  • golly
  • gonad
  • goody
  • gooey
  • goofy
  • gourd
  • grace
  • graft
  • grain
  • grant
  • grape
  • grasp
  • grass
  • grave
  • gravy
  • graze
  • greed
  • green
  • grill
  • grind
  • groan
  • groom
  • grope
  • gross
  • grown
  • gruff
  • grunt
  • guava
  • guess
  • guide
  • guile
  • guilt
  • guise
  • gulch
  • gumbo
  • gummy
  • gusto
  • gusty
  • gypsy

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Letter H

  • habit
  • halve
  • handy
  • hardy
  • harem
  • harpy
  • harsh
  • haste
  • hasty
  • haunt
  • haute
  • haven
  • hazel
  • heard
  • heave
  • heavy
  • hedge
  • hefty
  • hence
  • hilly
  • hippo
  • hippy
  • hitch
  • hoist
  • holly
  • honey
  • honor
  • horny
  • hotly
  • house
  • hovel
  • hover
  • humus
  • hunch
  • husky
  • hussy
  • hydro
  • hyena
  • hymen

Letter I

  • icily
  • icing
  • ideal
  • idiom
  • idiot
  • idler
  • idyll
  • iliac
  • image
  • imbue
  • imply
  • inbox
  • incur
  • ingot
  • inlay
  • inlet
  • inner
  • intro
  • issue

Letter J

  • jelly
  • jerky
  • jetty
  • jewel
  • jiffy
  • joint
  • joist
  • jolly
  • juice
  • juicy
  • jumbo
  • jumpy
  • junta
  • junto
  • juror

Letter K

  • kappa
  • kinky
  • kitty
  • knack
  • knave
  • knead
  • kneed
  • knife
  • known
  • krill

Letter L

  • laden
  • ladle
  • lager
  • lance
  • lanky
  • large
  • lasso
  • latch
  • later
  • lathe
  • laugh
  • leach
  • leant
  • learn
  • lease
  • leash
  • least
  • leech
  • lefty
  • legal
  • leggy
  • lemur
  • leper
  • level
  • lever
  • liege
  • liken
  • limbo
  • limit
  • liner
  • lingo
  • lipid
  • lithe
  • livid
  • llama
  • loamy
  • loath
  • lobby
  • local
  • lodge
  • login
  • loose
  • lorry
  • louse
  • lousy
  • lower
  • lucid
  • lumen
  • lumpy
  • lunch
  • lunge
  • lupus
  • lurch
  • lurid
  • lymph
  • lyric

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Letter M

  • macaw
  • macho
  • macro
  • madly
  • mafia
  • maker
  • mambo
  • mamma
  • mammy
  • manga
  • mange
  • mango
  • mangy
  • mania
  • manic
  • match
  • mauve
  • mayor
  • meant
  • meaty
  • mecca
  • media
  • medic
  • melee
  • melon
  • merge
  • meter
  • micro
  • might
  • milky
  • miner
  • minim
  • minor
  • minty
  • minus
  • mirth
  • miser
  • missy
  • mocha
  • modal
  • modem
  • mogul
  • moldy
  • moody
  • moral
  • moron
  • morph
  • motel
  • motif
  • mound
  • mouth
  • mover
  • mower
  • mucus
  • muddy
  • mulch
  • munch
  • mural
  • murky
  • mushy
  • musky
  • musty
  • myrrh

Letter N

  • nadir
  • nasal
  • navel
  • neigh
  • nerdy
  • nerve
  • never
  • newer
  • newly
  • nicer
  • niche
  • niece
  • ninja
  • ninny
  • nobly
  • noise
  • noisy
  • nomad
  • noose
  • north
  • nosey
  • notch
  • novel
  • nudge
  • nurse
  • nutty
  • nylon

Letter O

  • oaken
  • obese
  • octal
  • octet
  • odder
  • oddly
  • offer
  • often
  • olden
  • ombre
  • omega
  • opine
  • opium
  • optic
  • orbit
  • order
  • organ
  • otter
  • ounce
  • outer
  • outgo
  • ovary
  • ovate
  • overt
  • ovine
  • ovoid
  • owing
  • owner
  • ozone

Letter P

  • paddy
  • pagan
  • paint
  • paler
  • palsy
  • pansy
  • papal
  • parka
  • parse
  • pasta
  • paste
  • pasty
  • patch
  • patio
  • patsy
  • payee
  • payer
  • pearl
  • pecan
  • pedal
  • penal
  • pence
  • penne
  • penny
  • peril
  • pesky
  • pesto
  • petal
  • petty
  • phone
  • piano
  • piece
  • piggy
  • pinch
  • piper
  • pitch
  • pivot
  • pixel
  • pizza
  • place
  • plaid
  • plain
  • plait
  • plane
  • plead
  • plied
  • plier
  • plumb
  • plume
  • plump
  • plush
  • poesy
  • polar
  • pooch
  • poppy
  • porch
  • poser
  • posit
  • posse
  • pouch
  • pouty
  • prank
  • prawn
  • preen
  • press
  • price
  • pried
  • prior
  • prism
  • privy
  • prone
  • prong
  • proof
  • prose
  • proud
  • prowl
  • prude
  • prune
  • psalm
  • pubic
  • pudgy
  • puffy
  • pulse
  • punch
  • pupil
  • puppy
  • puree
  • purer
  • purse
  • pushy
  • putty
  • pygmy

Letter Q

  • quack
  • quail
  • quake
  • quark
  • quash
  • quasi
  • queen
  • queer
  • quell
  • queue
  • quill
  • quilt
  • quite
  • quota
  • quoth

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Letter R

  • rabbi
  • rabid
  • racer
  • radar
  • radii
  • raise
  • rajah
  • rally
  • ralph
  • randy
  • rapid
  • rarer
  • raspy
  • ratty
  • raven
  • razor
  • reach
  • ready
  • realm
  • rearm
  • rebar
  • rebel
  • recur
  • recut
  • reedy
  • refer
  • refit
  • rehab
  • reign
  • relax
  • relay
  • relic
  • remit
  • renal
  • repel
  • reply
  • rerun
  • reset
  • resin
  • reuse
  • revue
  • rider
  • ridge
  • rifle
  • rigid
  • rigor
  • rinse
  • ripen
  • risen
  • riser
  • risky
  • river
  • rivet
  • roach
  • roast
  • roger
  • roost
  • rotor
  • rough
  • route
  • rover
  • rowdy
  • rower
  • rugby
  • ruler
  • rumba
  • rumor
  • rural

Letter S

  • sadly
  • safer
  • sally
  • salon
  • salty
  • salve
  • salvo
  • sandy
  • saner
  • sappy
  • sassy
  • satin
  • satyr
  • sauce
  • saucy
  • sauna
  • savor
  • savoy
  • savvy
  • scale
  • scalp
  • scaly
  • scamp
  • scant
  • scary
  • scene
  • scent
  • scion
  • scoff
  • scone
  • scoop
  • scope
  • score
  • scowl
  • scram
  • scree
  • screw
  • scrum
  • scuba
  • segue
  • seize
  • semen
  • sense
  • sepia
  • serif
  • serum
  • setup
  • seven
  • sewer
  • shack
  • shade
  • shady
  • shaft
  • shaky
  • shale
  • shalt
  • shank
  • shape
  • share
  • shark
  • sharp
  • shave
  • shear
  • sheen
  • sheep
  • sheer
  • sheet
  • sheik
  • shelf
  • shell
  • shied
  • shift
  • shiny
  • shirt
  • shoal
  • shock
  • shone
  • shook
  • shoot
  • shore
  • short
  • shout
  • shove
  • shrew
  • shuck
  • shunt
  • shush
  • sieve
  • sight
  • sigma
  • silky
  • silly
  • since
  • sinew
  • singe
  • siren
  • sixth
  • sixty
  • skate
  • skier
  • skiff
  • skulk
  • skull
  • slack
  • slain
  • slang
  • slant
  • slash
  • sleep
  • sleet
  • slept
  • slice
  • slick
  • slide
  • slime
  • slimy
  • sling
  • slink
  • sloop
  • slope
  • slunk
  • slurp
  • slush
  • slyly
  • smack
  • small
  • smell
  • smith
  • smock
  • smoke
  • smoky
  • smote
  • snake
  • sneer
  • snide
  • sniff
  • snipe
  • snoop
  • snore
  • snort
  • snowy
  • snuck
  • snuff
  • soapy
  • sober
  • solid
  • sonar
  • sooth
  • sooty
  • sorry
  • south
  • spank
  • spare
  • spark
  • spasm
  • spawn
  • speak
  • spear
  • speck
  • speed
  • spell
  • spelt
  • spent
  • sperm
  • spied
  • spiky
  • spilt
  • spine
  • spiny
  • spite
  • split
  • spoil
  • spoof
  • spook
  • spool
  • spoon
  • spore
  • sport
  • spout
  • spree
  • sprig
  • spunk
  • spurn
  • squib
  • stack
  • stain
  • stake
  • stalk
  • stall
  • stamp
  • stank
  • stare
  • stark
  • stash
  • state
  • stave
  • steak
  • steal
  • steam
  • steel
  • steep
  • steer
  • stern
  • stiff
  • still
  • stilt
  • stint
  • stoic
  • stoke
  • stole
  • stony
  • stood
  • stoop
  • stork
  • storm
  • stray
  • strip
  • strut
  • stuck
  • stuff
  • stump
  • stung
  • stunk
  • stunt
  • suave
  • suing
  • suite
  • sully
  • sumac
  • sunny
  • super
  • surge
  • sushi
  • swami
  • swamp
  • swarm
  • swash
  • swath
  • swear
  • swell
  • swept
  • swift
  • swing
  • swish
  • swoon
  • swoop
  • sword
  • swore
  • sworn
  • swung
  • synod

Letter T

  • tabby
  • table
  • taboo
  • tacky
  • taffy
  • taint
  • taken
  • taker
  • tally
  • talon
  • tamer
  • tango
  • tardy
  • tarot
  • tatty
  • tawny
  • teach
  • teary
  • teddy
  • teeth
  • tenet
  • tenor
  • tense
  • tepee
  • terra
  • terse
  • testy
  • thank
  • theft
  • these
  • theta
  • thick
  • thigh
  • thing
  • think
  • thong
  • three
  • threw
  • throb
  • throw
  • thrum
  • tidal
  • tight
  • timer
  • timid
  • titan
  • tithe
  • title
  • toast
  • toddy
  • token
  • tonal
  • tonga
  • tooth
  • topic
  • torch
  • torus
  • total
  • touch
  • towel
  • tower
  • toxin
  • track
  • trade
  • trail
  • tramp
  • trash
  • tread
  • trial
  • tribe
  • trick
  • tried
  • tripe
  • troop
  • trout
  • truce
  • truck
  • truer
  • truly
  • trump
  • trunk
  • trust
  • tubal
  • tuber
  • tulip
  • tulle
  • tumor
  • tunic
  • turbo
  • tutor
  • tweak
  • tweet
  • twirl
  • twist
  • twixt
  • tying

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Letter U

  • udder
  • umbra
  • uncut
  • undid
  • union
  • unity
  • unset
  • until
  • unwed
  • upper
  • urban
  • urine
  • utile

Letter V

  • valor
  • value
  • valve
  • vapid
  • vapor
  • vault
  • vaunt
  • vegan
  • venue
  • verge
  • verse
  • verso
  • vicar
  • video
  • vigil
  • villa
  • vinyl
  • viper
  • virus
  • visit
  • visor
  • vista
  • vixen
  • vocal
  • vogue
  • voila
  • vomit
  • vowel
  • vying

Letter W

  • wafer
  • wager
  • wagon
  • waist
  • waive
  • warty
  • water
  • waver
  • waxen
  • weave
  • weedy
  • weigh
  • weird
  • welch
  • welsh
  • wharf
  • wheat
  • which
  • whiny
  • white
  • whole
  • whose
  • widen
  • wider
  • widow
  • width
  • wield
  • wight
  • willy
  • wimpy
  • winch
  • wiser
  • wispy
  • witch
  • witty
  • woman
  • women
  • woody
  • wooly
  • woozy
  • worst
  • worth
  • would
  • wound
  • wrack
  • wreak
  • wreck
  • wrest
  • wring
  • wrist
  • wryly

Letter X

There are no longer any five-letter words that start with X that Wordle hasn’t used.

Letter Y

Letter Z

The New York Times offers players a new five-letter word from the list of unused Wordle words above to guess each day, never repeating words, so there is a finite list of words left to be played. There are many strategies players use to guess the daily word whether it’s choosing the best Wordle starter words, eliminating vowels first, or knowing the statistics of letters. Players are given six chances to guess the word, being notified of correct letters and correct letter placement each turn.

Having trouble winning even though you are using an unused Wordle word to start every time? Check out this video from BuzzFeed Multiplayer, which shows some handy methods for never losing at Wordle!

As of right now, the script allows for over 1,700 more days of its famous five-letter puzzles, keeping Wordle a popular puzzle game for at least five more years. No matter what strategy players use, now they at least have a reference for which possible words Wordle may use next. With almost 9,000 possible five-letter words according to The Scrabble Dictionary, it is very possible that Wordle will add even more to its vocabulary over time.

More: The Psychology of Wordle: Why Knowing It’s “Hard” Makes It Easier

  • Wordle

    Platform(s):iOS, Android, Microsoft Windows

    Released:2021-10-01

    Developer(s):Josh Wardle

    Publisher(s):Josh Wardle, The New York Times Company

    Genre(s):Puzzle

    ESRB:E

    Summary:Wordle is a web-based word-guessing game developed by Josh Wardle that took the world by storm in 2021. Players are given a five-letter word to guess and have six attempts to get the word correct. When they get a letter correct, it will mark itself as green if it’s in the correct position and yellow if it is the correct letter in the wrong position. A yellow letter also means that letter could appear more than once. Wordle was purchased by The New York Times Company in 2022 and added to their website and app, keeping the core game free to play as promised – with additional words and other bonuses available through subscription, and is available via browser, iOS, and Android.

    How Long To Beat:1h 25m

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