Wordle Postgame Report, November 14


Wordle Postgame Report, November 14
Floral design for printed textiles, Louis-Albert DuBois, Swiss, 1752–1818, Brush and gouache, graphite on white wove paper, MAPLE leaf design, blue and white flowers on dotted brown and black ground. France, 1800–1818, textile designs, Drawing. (Photo by: Sepia Times/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

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November 14, MAPLE, 4/6

THE FRONT, WHERE the P was, turned yellow for PORCH but nothing else did. SWAMP was saturated with muddy information, yellow on the A, M, and P. Where in the middle did the P go now? AMPLE filled the row with color: two yellow, then three green. The way to change the color was MAPLE. I felt like a sap for needing the extra turn.

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