Today’s Wordle hint and answer on Sunday 11th February for 967

Sunday came very quickly, right? If you are ready to relax, let’s solve Wordle’s answer for today, February 11.

For the uninitiated, the goal of Wordle is to solve a daily five-letter word with six puzzles. The less guessing the better, and if you can’t guess anything, you’ll break your streak.

The latter is why finding today’s Wordle answer is a priority, as players pride themselves on maintaining their streak. So why go for a risky final guess when you can learn a few clues and otherwise get the definitive answer? This page can help with that.

Once you have the floor today, learn more about Wordle and how the New York Times became interested in games in this interview with Jonathan Knight, NYTimes games director. In keeping with the theme of words, we also discuss why the NYTimes Mini Crossword Puzzle is a reliable delight.

Clues for today’s Wordle answer

Instead of jumping straight to the answer, you may just need a few tips to get you over the line:

  • There is a letter that is repeated in this word, it is the second and fourth letter; It is also a vowel.
  • This word starts with ‘N’.
  • Today’s word is a key component of an old Disney song about a crocodile.
  • This word can be used as an alternative way of saying that something, under any circumstances, should not happen.

I’m not sure yet? Read on to find out the answer.

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Wordle’s response for word 967 on February 11, 2024

Even with the clues above, are you still unsure and want to keep that streak going?

Wordle’s answer today is NEVER.

I didn’t reignite my streak today. Yes, I ‘NEVER’ discovered the word today (I’m on a roll with these this weekend!), but I feel like I have to blame the cup of tea I’m drinking, it’s one of those days where it just hits the mark. Anyway, after a series of bad guesses, I had three of the correct letters for today, but I couldn’t get them into the correct order in time.

Sharing a Wordle answer
Don’t forget to share your answer on Wordle once you’re done. | Image credit: MichaelJBerlin –

Now you have the answer, don’t tell others! Remember, you can share your spoiler-free results in grid form.

Of course, no one has to know that you came to this page to solve it. Maybe make two or three false guesses first to throw them off, perhaps?

The current etymology of Wordle

Middle English for ‘NEVER’ could be written as ‘NEVERE’ or ‘NAVERE’ which, when said out loud, sounds almost exactly like its modern version. Additionally, the phrase ‘Never Say Die’ is said to have originated in 1818 (unfortunately, it did not originate in the 80s movie The Goonies).

Also, in video games, have you ever noticed that some place they tell you to “NEVER” go is exactly where you want to go and you end up going? Next time you play, be careful with this widely used trope.

Previous Wordle answers for this week

And now our ‘Previously on Wordle’ segment! (I know ‘in’ works better, but let me tell you this…) The following words have appeared in Wordle this week so far:

  • Saturday February 10 (966) – FRIED
  • Friday February 9 (965) – STILL
  • Thursday February 8 (964) – PLACE
  • Wednesday, February 7 (963) – AFTER
  • Tuesday February 6 (962) – WHAT
  • Monday, February 5 (961) – REPEL

If you want to know all the words that have appeared in Wordle in the past, check out our archive of previous Wordle answers.

What to play after Wordle

Once you’ve completed your daily Wordle, the question is: what will you play next?

Of course, you can try other word games offered by the New York Times, such as Spelling Bee, Mini Crossword, and Letter Boxed. You can also try Connections, daily Sudokus, and Tiles, a fairly additive pattern matching game.

NYT games

There are also a variety of games that have put a twist on Wordle’s formula. Squaredle challenges you to find a series of words by connecting letters on a four-by-four grid. Meanwhile, Dordle, Quorodly, Octordly, and Sedecordle keep the standard Wordle, while increasing the number of words you have to find. The challenge lies in how your guesses count for all the words, so you must decide whether you will focus on a specific word or try to solve several words at the same time. Fortunately, the number of guesses you receive increases along with the number of words you are expected to solve.

However, if you want a break from spelling, try GeoGuessr. Here you will be given an image of some place, anywhere in the world and you will have to place a marker where you think that location is. There’s even an old-school RuneScape version.

I hope you enjoyed playing Wordle today!

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