The New York Times’s Connections game presents a new puzzle wall each day. If you’re aiming to maintain your streak or crack the last category, fret not, as we’ve got all the hints you need.
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Today’s puzzle is a delightful one. The hints will be delivered in ascending order of difficulty, as dictated by the puzzle itself: Yellow, Green, Blue, and then Purple.
For today’s category hints, click below! These hints won’t give away the actual category names, but they’ll steer you in the right direction.
The yellow category consists of expressions used in moments of frustration. The green category will be simpler for those familiar with religious hierarchies.
The blue category revolves around musicians. The purple category becomes evident when you say the words aloud and consider their sound.
Notably, chess pieces and family members are not categories today.