Waffle Hints October 19 2022 for 271 – Spoiler free clues!

If this Waffle gave you some problems, we've got the answers for you that will have you hold up your winning streak!
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Waffle is one of the more enduring and popular Wordle-alternative games that have become part of many people’s daily activities. You’ll need to solve for six words in each puzzle–three horizontal words and three vertical words–that overlap, similar to a crossword. The way you solve is by swapping letters, and it’s definitely a more challenging game to play. If you need hints to Waffle October 19 2022, we have you covered!

Each day Waffle will challenge you with a new puzzle. You get your chance at trying it by visiting the official Waffle website after midnight!

If you give up and just want the solution, check out our Today’s Waffle Answer post!

Waffle Hints October 19 2022


  1. Contains two vowels
  2. Contains two vowels, ends with a vowel
  3. Contains two vowels, ends with a vowel


  1. Contains one vowel
  2. Contains two vowels, starts with an unusual consonant
  3. Contains three vowels, starts with a vowel

Note: Y is not technically a vowel, though in words with no vowels it can be used as one, but we consider Y a consonant!

We also recommend using our solver that we’ve built for Wordle to help you figure out possible words from the letters Waffle gives as correctly placed/incorrectly placed.

Looking for more games? Be sure to head to our Best Wordle Alternatives post to find some new ones!

Those are all of hints we can give you for today’s puzzle! We cover a variety of other games of this nature, you can find help for those in the Games section of our website!

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