The solution to today’s Wordle puzzle is feast. A feast is an abundant meal usually in celebration of a holiday or event, but since the word also doubles as a verb, you can say you feasted with your friends if you all took part in a feast, or that you feasted your eyes on something if it brought you great pleasure or gratification.

The word “feast” is from Middle English “feeste,” which borrows from Old French “feste,” (which is the source of Modern French “fĂȘte”) the word for a religious festival, party, holiday, market, or fair, which also translates as racket, jest, or mirth, or fun (via Etymonline). It also has roots in the Latin “festa,” which means holiday or feast, and is the source of the Italian word “festa” and Spanish “fiesta” of the same meaning.

Today was a good day to use the expert-recommended Wordle-starting word, slate since it contains three out of the answer word’s five letters. That’s what WordleBot did, and it solved the puzzle in three steps. As usual, we played against the rulebook and ended up solving the puzzle in five tries. We hope you finish faster.

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