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Today's Connections Hints & Answers For June 30, 2024 (Puzzle #384)

Things are not always black-and-white in , and today is no exception. There are a few odd words that could belong in multiple categories, including one that tricked us. Learn from our mistakes and avoid losing your streak as we give you the tea on what's in today's puzzle.

If you are enjoying a nice, relaxing Sunday, you can continue your winning streak in today's puzzle. It is similar to this game, but you will be trying to figure out which row letters belong in instead. It can be a head-scratcher, but it is also very satisfying to see the letters form a word.

With six guesses and thousands of possible daily words, keeping a Wordle streak alive can be tricky. Here are some strategies players can follow.

There are some very timely categories here, and one category that does not quite fit in with the rest. Ironically, it is the yellow category that is the odd man out today, and it has one word that will try to trick you as well. Fortunately for you, we have the categories listed here, as well as the answers further below.










There are two words here that did not immediately come across as a saying, those being CHESTNUT and SAW. To further confuse matters, CHESTNUT is a tree and SAW can be used on trees. Perhaps CHESTNUT and SAW also both have old definitions about old sayings younger folk are not familiar with, and it was fun to learn this new fact about these words.






With grills firing up all across the country for summer afternoons, this is the first of the quite apt categories for today. ELECTRIC, GAS, and CHARCOAL all being closely related to several different types of stoves and other utilities, it was easy to connect them. WOOD was a little harder because other words could be used in similar contexts, but we got there in the end and it being specifically grill-related makes sense.

This tricky little five by five

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