Wordle Postgame Report, October 31


Wordle Postgame Report, October 31
AURORA, CO, JULY 12, 2006- The EMT program at the Community College of Aurora is one of the best in the region. The school boasts extensive equipment and supplies for their classrooms, including this room which is APTLY called "the morgue", where all the different mannequins are stored. (DENVER POST STAFF PHOTO-KATHRYN SCOTT OSLER via Getty Images)

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October 31, APTLY, 4/6

IT WAS HALLOWEEN, so what could I open with but SCARY? Yellow A, green Y, and the reason I'd played SCARY was because Halloween was TODAY. A yellow T joined the still-yellow A and the green Y. Could be PATTY, but the play had to be BATTY. The first T was green, the A was not. That left APTLY. Maybe there was a faster way to solve the game, but a more appropriate one? I think not.

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