A few ideas.
Finding the answer to the daily Wordle has become a popular way to start the day. Josh Wardle’s word-guessing puzzle, which is now owned by the New York Times, brought word games back and spanned several alternative versions of various themes. The idea is simple: each day, the game will pick a new five-letter word that players need to guess in up to six tries, with no clues but the letters themselves.
Those who have been playing Wordle for a while have probably found or developed their own strategies to win. There may, however, still be days when you find yourself stuck with a couple of letters, unsure where to go from there, either because you can’t remember any words or because there are just too many. If you’re having trouble remembering words with “ID” in them and need a little inspiration, we have compiled a list that may help.
This list contains all words with a D immediately preceded by an I anywhere in the word, so most of them may not apply to your puzzle. If you already know the D is preceded by the I, chances are you know where they are in the word, which will significantly narrow down the list. This will be your main strategy. If the I and the D are the third and fourth letters, you can also check this more specific selection.
If youre still unsure and dont want to wait until Wordle resets at midnight local time, you can always look up the answer to todays puzzle (which we update around 12am CT).