Today’s Wordle Answer and Clues (Monday, April 15, 2024)

Wordle is a daily puzzle from the New York Times. If you want some extra help to solve today’s Wordle, we have the answer to Wordle #1031, plus some extra clues to help you out.



SPOILERS AHEAD (CLUES)



Today’s Wordle (Puzzle #1031) Basic Clues

If you just want the answer to the Wordle puzzle for April 15, 2024, scroll down past the clues and the next spoiler warning. Otherwise, here are a set of clues to help you solve today’s Wordle somewhat on your own.

  1. Today’s Wordle contains two consonants and three vowels.
  2. No letters appear twice, with all five unique within the word.
  3. The first letter is E.
  4. The last letter is P.

Today’s Wordle (Puzzle #1031) Big Clue

The big clue for today’s Wordle is, “An electronic joke, perhaps”.

SPOILERS AHEAD (ANSWER)

Today’s Wordle Answer for Monday, April 15, 2024

If you still haven’t beaten today’s Wordle even with the clues provided above, the answer is below…

The answer to today’s Wordle is “EQUIP“.


The word “Equip” is a verb meaning to prepare or make ready for something. As in, “I need to equip myself with the skills needed for this job,” and “Before setting off on a trek, be sure to equip yourself with the tools needed”. Synonyms include “prepare,” “furnish,” and “outfit” (as a verb). Also of note is the word “equipment,” which refers to the resources or implements needed to be equipped.

According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the origin of “Equip” is the French word “√©quiper” meaning “to fit out”. This can be traced back even further to the Old French “esquiper,” which meant specifically fitting out a ship, and the Old Norse “skipa,” meaning to arrange or place in order. Over time, the word has evolved to be used for any preparation and not specifically anything maritime.

Our Top Wordle Tips (to Beat It Every Day)

  1. Choose a good starting word. There are plenty to choose from, so pick one from our list of the best Wordle starting words.
  2. Try to eliminate all five vowels early. As there are only a handful of vowels, it’s best to use them all within the first 2-3 guesses.
  3. Use popular letters early. As well as the vowels, letters such as T, S, N, R, H, C, D, and L appear most commonly in English words.
  4. Take your time over your guesses. Wordle isn’t timed, so there’s no rush to complete it. You can even guess on paper first.
  5. Remember that letters can appear twice (and often do). Keep this in mind when guessing, as forgetting it can lead you to mess up.


Now that you have completed today’s Wordle puzzle (with a little help from your friends at MUO), you should check out some of the other free games from the New York Times.

Connections is a fun game that challenges you to find the associations between 16 words, splitting them up into four groups of four. To help combat the challenging nature of the game, check out our tips and tricks to help you beat Connections.

There’s also Strands, the newest addition to the New York Times’ burgeoning list of games. Just like Connections, it’s extremely challenging, but in a unique string-the-letters-together way. We recommend you check out our best tips for beating Strands to give yourself a leg up on the daily challenge.

Or, if you’re a Wordle purist and want more of the same, we recommend trying these awesome Wordle alternatives.

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