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Today’s NYT Connections Hints And Answers For Tuesday, January 16 2024

Howdy Quordle people! It’s Wednesday! Lets get into the hints and answers for today’s quordle words.

How to play Connections

If you are not familiar with NYT Connections, here is a guide on how to play Connections.

Find groups of four items that share something in common.

  • Select four items and tap ‘Submit’ to check if your guess is correct.
  • Find the groups without making 4 mistakes!

Category Examples

  • FISH: Bass, Flounder, Salmon, Trout
  • FIRE _ _ : Ant. Drill, Island, Opal

Categories will always be more specific than “5 – LETTER WORDS,” “NAMES” or “VERBS.”

Each puzzle has exactly one solution. Watch out for words that seem to belong to multiple categories!

Each group is assigned a color, which will be revealed as you solve:

Here are some hints for today’s NYT Connections, followed by the answers below (I added it a little bit lower so it won’t spoil your puzzle) :

NYT Connections Hints For January 16 (Tuesday)

  • Yellow category hint – This word involves the act of misleading or tricking someone, often by creating a false impression or using cunning strategies.
    • Word 1 starts with a C – A scheme to deceive or trick.
    • Word 2 starts with a D – Someone easily deceived or tricked.
    • Word 3 starts with a F – A person lacking good sense; easily deceived.
    • Word 4 starts with a T – A clever or skillful action intended to deceive.
  • Green category hint – This term refers to exclusive or confidential information that is not widely known and provides a deeper understanding of a situation or topic.
    • Word 1 starts with a D – Slang for information or details.
    • Word 2 starts with a S – A journalist’s big and exclusive news story.
    • Word 3 starts with a S – Slang for the lowdown on a situation.
    • Word 4 starts with a W – A common term meaning information or news.
  • Blue category hint – This term describes a slant or inclination, suggesting a leaning or listing movement away from the vertical position.
    • Word 1 starts with a C – An inclination or tilt, often with a biased or slanted viewpoint.
    • Word 2 starts with a L – To incline or bend in a specific direction.
    • Word 3 starts with a L – A tilted or inclined position.
    • Word 4 starts with a S – A surface that inclines or slants.
  • Purple category hint – Think about how these words look when you turn your calculator upside down – they might resemble familiar words or expressions.
    • Word 1 starts with a B – A playful and informal term for a mistake or error.
    • Word 2 starts with a E – Fragile outer covering of an egg.
    • Word 3 starts with a G – A light and bubbly laugh, often in a playful or amused manner.
    • Word 4 starts with a H – A common and friendly greeting.

You can find the answers for today’s NYT Connections below.

Connections Answers For January 16

Spoiler alert! Don’t scroll any further down the page until you’re ready to find out today’s NYT Connections answers.





The answers for NYT Connections on January 16, 2024 are:

  • Deceive: CON, DUPE, FOOL, TRICK
  • Inside Info: DOPE, SCOOP, SKINNY, WORD
  • Tilt to One Side: CANT, LEAN, LIST, SLOPE
  • Words Spelled With An Upside-Down Calculator: BOOB, EGGSHELL, GIGGLE, HELLO

That wraps up today’s Connections hints and answers. Make sure to visit us for more NYT Connections hints & answers!


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