NYT Connections Today: See Hints And Answers For July 10

NYT Connections Today:-The New York Times’ daily word game, Connections, has taken the internet by storm. Released on July 10, 2024, game #395 has left players scratching their heads. Connections tasks players with grouping 16 words into four categories based on association.

Connections: How to Play

Each of the four categories is labeled with a color: yellow, green, blue, and purple. The yellow category is the easiest, followed by the green, blue, and purple categories, which increase in difficulty. The puzzles use homophones and wordplay to keep players challenged. Sometimes, a red herring is thrown in to confuse players. If stuck, players can hit the shuffle button, which will mix up where the words appear on the screen.

Connections #395 Hints for July 10

Newsweek has some hints to help players figure out the categories for July 10’s Connections game:

– Yellow category: These answers all deal with probability.
– Green category: These words often describe behavior exhibited by rude people.
– Blue category: Think of an animal that swims in the water.
– Purple category: These are words that make up a pair of spectacles.

Connections #395 Answers for July 10

Here are the answers for the July 10, 2024, NYT Connections game #395:

– Yellow category: Future Likelihood
– Yellow words: chance, forecast, outlook, prospect
– Green category: Back Talk
– Green words: attitude, cheek, lip, sass
– Blue category: Fish
– Blue words: bass, fluke, perch, pike
– Purple category: Components of Eyeglasses
– Purple words: bridge, lens, rim, temple

If you guessed the answers correctly, congratulations! If not, there will be another opportunity to crack the puzzle tomorrow. Connections is released at midnight in your local time zone.

About Connections

Connections has tens of millions of users worldwide, and in its first year, 55.2 million people finished a puzzle with zero mistakes. Wyna Liu, a puzzle editor at The Times, was asked to develop Connections. Liu shared her tips for playing, “Don’t try to guess the four words in that category because even though you know what the fifth member is, you won’t know which of the four it might not be,” which would ultimately waste a turn.” She added, “Don’t do what I do, which is ‘rage solve.'”

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