Solving Today’s Connections Puzzle – February 4 Solution #238

It’s a new day and that means a new puzzle wall to solve in the Connections game by The New York Times. Today’s puzzle has some very fun categories to solve.

We’ll present these hints from the easiest category to the hardest, as prescribed by the puzzle itself – Yellow, Green, Blue, then Purple. If you’re looking to save your streak and only want to nail down that last pesky category, don’t worry – we have all the hints you could need.

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You’ll find everything you need in the hints provided, from vague hints about the categories to the outright answers. Regarding today’s categories, the yellow category has four very similar items, with one of them potentially being overlooked.

The green category is described as pretty ‘meh’. The blue category may be easier for those who enjoy comedy.

Lastly, the purple category concerns a rather famous drink, drunk by a well-known spy. For those participating in the game, there is a caution about drink-related clues, advising to be sure of your category guess before attempting a group.

If you’re here by mistake and instead need the answers for February 3, click here.

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