Solving Today’s Connections Puzzle – February 17 Solution #251

The New York Times’s Connections game presents a new puzzle wall to solve each day. If you’re close to completing your streak or looking for hints to solve the last category, we’ve got you covered.

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Today’s puzzle holds two particularly challenging categories. We’ll provide hints in the order of difficulty – Yellow, Green, Blue, and Purple.

Click below for today’s category hints if you need a push in the right direction. The Yellow category involves the top of your head, while the Green category describes what a celebrity receives when featured in a magazine or TV show.

The Blue category pertains to letters that can be added to the end of a word to create a new word, and the Purple category features words that can all be followed by the same word. Today’s puzzling holds minimal herring; three words rhyme, but that’s about it.

Lastly, the puzzle may initially prove tricky, but solving one or two categories can make the whole thing fall into place.

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