Dordle Words #111: Today’s May 15, 2022

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Dordle Words #111: Today’s May 15, 2022

Here are two correct today’s responses to Dordle #111 from May 15, 2022. Continue your winning streak in the puzzle together with NextGames.

So, before we start, let’s figure out what a Dordle is.

What is Dordle?

Dordle is a word-guessing game created in 2022 by Zaratustra. The game is directly inspired by Josh Wardle’s 2021 game, Wordle, which is now owned by The New York Times. Like Wordle, Dordle players are tasked with finding a mystery word using a series of guesses. The twist with Dordle is that players are trying to simultaneously solve two words.

How to Play Dordle

Dordle has two different modes: free play and daily modes. Daily mode and free play work the same way. The only difference is that, in daily mode, players have the same word as everyone else for the day. Free play mode endlessly brings up random puzzles.

When playing either mode, the rules are the same as Wordle, except for the caveat that players are guessing for both words simultaneously. There are seven guesses available for both words, together. Yellow squares mean that the letter is within the word but in a different spot. Green tiles mean that the letter is in the correct location.


Dordle Words Hints Today

Some Dordle puzzles may be more difficult to solve than others, so here are some hints we have to help you solve the Dordle #111 words today.

Hint 1: There is only one common letter in the Dordle words today, which is the letter A.
Hint 2: There are three vowels in both words, but the second word has a vowel that has been repeated.
Hint 3: The first Dordle word begins with the letter E and the second begins with an A.
Hint 4: The first word is messages distributed by electronic means from one computer user to one or more recipients via a network. The second Dordle word is (in ancient Greece) a public open space used for assemblies and markets.

What is the Dordle 111 Answer Today? (May 15th, 2022)

Here is how I managed to solve the words for Dordle 111 today. First I guessed the word ‘AUDIO’, which showed me that there is an A in both words but it was placed correctly in the second word. The I was also placed correctly in the first word and there is an O in the second word, but it has not been placed correctly.

I then guessed the word ‘BLERT’, which is the word I usually use for the second word as none of the letters in this word have been guessed previously. This showed me that there is an L and E in the first word and it also placed the R in the correct position for the second word.

I thought that the first word ends in an L but the only word I could think of was the word ‘ANVIL’. This did place the L in the correct position for the first word and having it placed helped me to solve the answer for the first word of Dordle 111 in my next guess, which is…

EMAIL!

I know there is an A, O and R for the second word, so I guessed the word ‘ACORN’ to see if I could place the O and to see if there is a C in the word. This placed the O in the correct position, but did not reveal any other letters.

I then managed to solve the answer to the second word of Dordle 111 in my next guess, which is..

AGORA!

Daily Dordle 111 Answer – May 15th 2022

We are impressed if you managed to solve this riddle yourself!


How Can I Play Previous Dordle Challenges?

The good news is that if you’ve completed the day’s Dordle already, you can still enjoy some other puzzles. If you play around with your device’s calendar settings, you’ll be able to spoof your date to make the game think you’re in the past — or future!

Simply head to your device settings and tweak the date, before refreshing the Dordle website. This will then bring up a fresh challenge for you to take on, so the fun never has to stop.

On top of that, on the main Dordle site there’s a mode called ‘Free Dordle’. This is an endless arcade mode that lets you simply play a new puzzle once you’ve completed the initial one.

It won’t count towards your daily streak, and it won’t align with the daily words seen in our list above, but it’s a good way to keep Dordle going as you wait for the next daily puzzle. Until then, though, try guessing something like today’s Worldle country while you wait.

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