Today's Wordle Answer #464 - September 26, 2022 Solution And Hints

Today's Wordle answer is an adjective that qualifies something as energetic or quick, though you might be feeling anything but energetic if you can't seem to solve the puzzle quickly enough. Like we always say, a Wordle failure is only six guesses away, so to help you make headway, here are some hints to solve the puzzle today. We'll also do a straightforward reveal of the solution word in the second section (no corny rhymes, we promise) so you can skip on down if you prefer to cut to the chase.

Today's word has only one vowel, an "I," as the third letter. There are no repeated letters, and the word can also double as a verb. The first letter is "B," the last "K," and it also describes something that is marked by much activity (like the tech space when Apple releases a new version of iOS), or that is sharp in tone or manner. If you know the answer by now, well done! But if you're still unsure, there's no need to worry — the solution word is right below the next image.

The answer rhymes with disc

The solution to today's Wordle puzzle (#464 – September 26, 2022) is brisk. Apart from the definitions we've provided above, you could also say something (especially food) is brisk if it's pleasantly tangy or particularly fresh and invigorating (via Merriam-Webster). In its verb form, if you make something brisk or brisk something up, you make it animated or infuse it with energy or much activity.

The word brisk has its roots in the French word "brusque," which means lively or fierce, and possibly from the Italian adjective "brusco," meaning sharp, tart, or rough, according to Etymonline. We played by the rulebook today again, choosing one of WordleBot's recommended starter words, slant, as our first guess. It paid off because we figured out the answer after guessing the word morse. It's especially rewarding because WordleBot reports that it took most players 4.1 guesses to crack the code, but we did it in three, and hope you solve the puzzle in even fewer tries.