If you’re stuck on the latest Connections puzzle in the New York Times, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with hints for each color and the complete solution for the September 19 game right below.
Today’s Connections puzzle comes with the following hints:
- Yellow: These words are familiar in any internet browsing
- Green: Think about what features a garment worn with a tie would have
- Blue: Attachments, unions, connections
- Purple: There’s a dirty word that links these four together
Still stuck? Here are the answers:
- Yellow: Bookmark, History, Tab, Window (Web browser related)
- Green: Button, Collar, Cuff, Pocket (Shirt features)
- Blue: Bond, Link, Relation, Tie (Connection)
- Purple: Dozen, Joke, Laundry, Martini (Dirty _____)
The Connections puzzle is a popular game by the New York Times where the challenge is to find the common thread that ties four seemingly unrelated words together. Each day presents a new puzzle, and you have to solve it with only one solution. The game encourages you to shuffle the grid as many times as needed to see the words in a different way.
If you enjoy Connections, you may also like the board game Codenames, which tasks players with using clues to guess words from a grid. Both games rely on the multiple interpretations words can have. Connections also draws inspiration from Wordle, another popular puzzle game that the New York Times acquired in 2022.
Show off your skills to your Connections friends or challenge yourself by starting with the purple words and guessing them correctly on your first try!
- New York Times