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Phrazle Answer Today: July 18, 2024

Phrazle Answer

Combining Wordle with classic Wheel of Fortune-esque gameplay, Phrazle is the latest in a long line of popular daily guessing games. Each morning and evening, users are tasked with solving the phrase of the day. It’s easier said that done, of course, especially when you only have six attempts to provide the solution! Read on if you’re struggling to piece together the Phrazle answer for today.

Phrazle’s gameplay will be familiar to those who have already played Wordle or one of its endless spinoff puzzles – although it has a slight twist.

After each guess, players receive hints at how close they came to guessing the correct phrase. Letters in the correct spot and word are coloured green, while those that are in the correct word but wrong spot are coloured yellow. As you would expect, those letters that are not in the phrase at all are coloured grey. What is unique to Phrazle is the use of purple colour coding for letters that are in the phrase, but not in the current word. For example, if the answer is ‘Jump the Gun’:

SHOOT THE COW

HUMP THE GUN

JUMP THE GUN

If you’re struggling to figure out the answer but don’t want to give up just yet, it’s worth considering the following strategy:

  • E, A, T, N, R, S are amongst the most common letters in the English language and have a high probability of appearing.
  • Words such as ‘an’, ‘on’, ‘the’, ‘and’ and ‘that’ are both common themselves and contain a good mix of common vowels and consonants.

Still not cracked it? Don’t worry, today’s Phrazle answer can be found below:

Phrazle Answer Today: July 18, 2024

Today’s Phrazle answer is DRIVING A HARD BARGAIN, OFF THE HOOK.

Miss yesterday’s answer? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered:

Previous Phrazle Answers

July 17: CLOSE BUT NO CIGAR, HALCYON DAYS

July 16: GETTING THE GREEN LIGHT, TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS

July 15: GIVE AND TAKE, BE THERE OR BE SQUARE

July 14: MEASURE UP, CAUGHT RED HANDED

July 13: LIGHT A FIRE UNDER HIM, KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR

July 12: TAKEN ABACK, STAY TUNED

July 11: KNOCK ON WOOD, ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD

July 10: READ BETWEEN THE LINES, MY LIPS ARE SEALED

July 09: TILTING AT WINDMILLS, COPY CAT

July 08: PUT ME ON THE SPOT, CRYING OVER SPILLED MILK

July 07: BURNING THE MIDNIGHT OIL, BUSINESS AS USUAL

July 06: CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT, CAT GOT YOUR TONGUE

July 05: RAISING RED FLAGS, IT WAS A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT.

July 04: THE LAST STRAW, LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL

July 03: LEND ME A HAND, GET IT OFF YOUR CHEST

July 02: AT MY BECK AND CALL, RUBBER STAMP

July 01: TIP MY HAT, DOUBLE EDGED SWORD

June 30: HOME IS WHERE THE HEART, SLINGS AND ARROWS

June 29: PIPE DREAM, MY BACK IS AGAINST THE WALL

June 28: HANDLE WITH KID GLOVES, I AM ALL EARS

June 27: DRIVE A WEDGE, BET YOUR BOTTOM DOLLAR

June 26: PULLING MY LEG, THANK GOD IT IS FRIDAY

June 25: BY HOOK OR BY CROOK, MAKE A BEELINE.

June 24: FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE, PLAY IT BY EAR

June 23: BLACK AND WHITE, NO REST FOR THE WICKED

June 22: THAT IS ALL FOLKS, RAT RACE.

June 21: MY FLESH AND BLOOD, A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY

June 20: TONGUE IN CHEEK, SKINNY DIPPING

June 19: WAX POETIC, BACK AND FORTH

June 18: EAT YOUR HEART OUT, SOLD ON SOMETHING

June 17: A PIECE OF CAKE, HAVE MY CAKE AND EAT IT TOO.

June 16: WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS, WHITE ELEPHANT.

June 15: HOOK LINE AND SINKER, BORN WITH A SILVER SPOON.

June 14: RACE AGAINST THE CLOCK, ALL HANDS ON DECK.

June 13: SHOW YOUR TRUE COLORS, ON THE NOSE.

June 12: TAKE IT TO THE BANK, PUT ME IN MY PLACE.

June 11: A CLARION CALL, OVER MY DEAD BODY.

June 10: ALL TOLD, RIDING MY COATTAILS

June 9: TO NO AVAIL, THE DYNAMIC DUO.

June 8: DOUBLE DIPPING, BURY THE HATCHET.

June 7: PRETTY PENNY, PAY THROUGH THE NOSE.

June 6: SEEING RED, ERR ON THE SIDE OF CAUTION

June 5: OFF THE BEATEN PATH, HAND OVER FIST.

June 4: THE BEARER OF BAD NEWS, DELIVER THE GOODS.

June 3: BLACK SHEEP, THICK AS THIEVES

June 2: SILVER LINING, YOU HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD

June 1: OUT OF THE BLUE, GETTING SACKED.

May 31: A CHANGE OF HEART, PAINT THE TOWN RED

May 30: BLACK AND BLUE, A BEE IN MY BONNET

May 29: JACK OF ALL TRADES, SHORT END OF THE STICK

May 28: SLEEP TIGHT, RIGHT HAND MAN.

May 27: A FAIR WEATHER FRIEND, NICKEL AND DIMED.

May 26: THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM, TAKING A CAT NAP.

May 25: CUT TO THE CHASE, AN UPHILL CLIMB.

May 24: HEAD IN THE CLOUDS, FIG LEAF.

May 23: FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE, A BUN IN THE OVEN.

May 22: CHOP CHOP, KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE.

May 21: THE GRAVY TRAIN, BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE.

May 20: TELLING WHITE LIES, MOVING UP IN THE WORLD.

May 19: ALL RILED UP, KEEP IT ZIPPED

May 18: CUT ME SOME SLACK, STICK YOUR NECK OUT

May 17: THE WORLD IS YOUNG OYSTER, I AM CHECKED OUT

May 16: TRIED AND TRUE, A STICKING POINT.

May 15: FAIR WINDS AND FOLLOWING, MOVERS AND SHAKERS.

May 14: I WILL BE YOUR HUCKLEBERRY, RED IN TOOTH AND CLAW

May 13: A MOOT POINT, HEAD OVER HEELS.

May 12: MY TWO CENTS, MY BREAD AND BUTTER.

May 11: LO AND BEHOLD, HOUSTON WE HAVE A PROBLEM

May 10: ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVES, WOE IS ME.

May 09: THE POWERS THAT BE, HAIR OF THE DOG.

May 08: KEEPING YOUR HEAD ABOVE WATER, INS AND OUTS.

May 07: TAKING A FLYER, SPUR OF THE MOMENT.

May 06: HIT BELOW THE BELT, ON THE BUBBLE.

May 05: LAST BUT NOT LEASR, PRICED OUT OF THE MARKET.

May 04: CROCODILE TEARS – SILVER TONGUE.

May 03: SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST, LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS

May 02: A CARD UP MY SLEEVE, AHEAD OF THE CURVE.

May 01: FINGERS CROSSED, PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT

April 30: PINCH PENNIES, CRUNCHING THE NUMBERS

April 29: DRESSED TO THE NINES, BALL AND CHAIN

April 28: AHEAD OF THE GAME, AND BOB IS YOUR UNCLE.

April 27: DEAD AS A DOORNAIL, ALL IT IS CRACKED UP TO BE.

April 26: GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE, KIT AND CABOODLE.

April 25: GET INTO THE FULL SWING, HORSING AROUND.

April 24: HAT TRICK, LEARNING THE ROPES.

April 23: LIVE LONG AND PROSPER, FIRST DIBS.

April 22: A CUP OF JOE, ALL OVER THE PLACE.

April 21: HIT THE ROAD, HUNKER DOWN.

April 20: AFTER THE FACT, SILENCE IS GOLDEN.

April 19: WEARING MY HEART ON MY SLEEVE, IN A NUTSHELL.

April 18: GREEN WITH ENVY, NEST EGG.

April 17: CALLING THE SHOTS, THINK TANK.

April 16: BE ALL AND END ALL, COME OUT IN THE WASH.

April 15: OUT OF THE WOODS, FINGER POINTING.

April 14: GO TO BAT FOR, A BANNER YEAR.

April 13: SALT OF THE EARTH, IN A JAM.

April 12: ALL THINGS BEING EQUAL, OUT TO LUNCH.

April 11: PUT A SOCK IN IT, OFF THE CUFF.

April 10: EGGING ME ON, PASSING THE BUCK.

April 09: LETTING MY HAIR DOWN, DUMPSTER FIRE.

April 08: PULL UP YOUR SOCKS, ACROSS THE BOARD.

April 07: RULE OF THUMB, MUMS THE WORD.

April 06: GET OUT OF JAIL-FREE CARD, GOING COLD TURKEY.

April 05: A GREEN THUMB, IN THE DOG HOUSE.

April 04: CASH STRAPPED, MIND YOUR PS AND QS.

April 03: ACE IN THE HOLE, MAKING ENDS MEET.

April 02: ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET, PUT YOUR THINKING CAP ON.

April 01: A GRAY AREA, BIRDS OF A FEATHER.

March 31: YES MAN, ROUND ROBIN.

March 30: SNEAK PEEK, AN OLD HAND.

March 29: GOOD GRIEF, SPICE THINGS UP.

March 28: RAIN ON MY PARADE, TAKE IT WITH A GRAIN OF SALT.

March 27: I WAS ROBBED, ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET.

March 26: FLAT BROKE, SPILL THE BEANS.

March 25: GET OUT OF DODGE, CURRY FAVOR.

March 24: IN HOT WATER, THE BIRDS AND THE BEES.

March 23: TIE THE KNOW, RACE AGAINST TIME!

March 22: FAINT OF HEART, A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.

March 21: GIDDY UP, A POUND OF FLESH.

March 20: WITH A FINE TOOTHED COMB, PIQUED MY INTEREST.

March 19: EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES, AS A RULE OF THUMB.

March 18: UP THE ANTE, FACE THE MUSIC.

March 17: A DAY LATE AND A DOLLAR SHORT, STICKY WICKET.

March 16: GOING SOUTH, IN MEMORY OF.

March 15: DROPPING LIKE FLIES, A HEAD START.

March 14: BETTER LATE THAN NEVER, ALL IN A DAYS WORK.

March 13: CLAM UP, BRINGING HOME THE BACON

March 12: OUT THE DOOR, HAND ME DOWN.

March 11: THUMBS UP, THREE SHEETS TO THE WIND.

March 10: BOGGED DOWN, MY NECK OF THE WOODS.

March 09: PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES, I’M IN OVER MY HEAD.

March 08: TO A TEE, REST ASSURED.

March 07: KNOW WHICH WAY THE WIND BLOWS, ROCK THE BOAT.

March 06: TRIAL BALLOON, DRESSED TO KILL.

March 05: TAKE FIVE, MAKE A MOUNTAIN OF A MOLEHILL.

March 04: SOUP TO NUTS, ONCE IN A BLUE MOON

March 03: HEAVENS TO BETSY, A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS.

March 02: FLY BY THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS, LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE.

March 01: ON THE SAME PAGE, A POISON PILL.

February 29: RAKE ME OVER THE COALS, FROM RAGS TO RICHES

February 28: ALL OVER THE BOARD, USE YOUR NOODLE.

February 27: PICK UP THE TAB, IN FOR A PENNY IN FOR A POUND

February 26: HOLD YOUR HORSES, THE LIONS SHARE

February 25: ON POINT, TO KNOW BY HEART.

February 24: DOING IT BY THE BOOK, IN FITS AND STARTS.

February 23: MAIDEN VOYAGE, ROSE COLORED GLASSES.

February 22: A BAD EGG, FOOD FOR THOUGHT.

February 21: GLASS CEILING, AN OFFER YOU CAN’T REFUSE

February 20: GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT, BREAK A LEG.

February 19: REAP WHAT YOU SOW, PIE IN THE SKY.

February 18: OFF KILTER,  IF THE SHOE FITS.

February 17: COLD HEARTED, LOST IN TRANSLATION.

February 16: TIT FOR TAT, NUTS AND BOLTS

February 15: UNTIL THE COWS COME HOME, CASE IN POINT.

February 14: DROP IN THE BUCKET, FAMILIARITY BREEDS CONTEMPT.

February 13: THE DOGS OF WAR, BEWARE THE IDES OF MARCH.

February 12: CAUGHT ME RED HANDED, BAG OF TRICKS.

February 11: FOOL ME ONCE, FORTUNE FAVORS THE BOLD.

February 10: AGAINST THE GRAIN, MY BIRTHDAY SUIT.

February 09: DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, DOLLARS TO DONUTS.

February 08: THE BEES KNEES, CUT AND DRY.

February 07: FOLLOWING SUIT, FOREGONE CONCLUSION.

February 06: A CONNIPTION FIT, TAKE THE BULL BY THE HORNS.

February 05: DOUBLE DOWN, A CATCH TWENTY-TWO.

February 04: BAPTISM BY FIRE, HAND IN HAND.

February 03: DEAL WITH IT, MONKEY SEE MONKEY DO.

February 02:  I SMELL A RAT, HE BUTT OF THE JOKE.

February 01: BABE IN THE WOODS, HAPPY AS A CLAM.

January 31: WHEN HELL FREEZES OVER, EVEN STEVEN.

January 30: THE COAST IS CLEAR, CHEAP SHOT.

January 29: THAT TOUCH MY HEART, LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE.

January 28: FIGHT LIKE CAT AND DOG, LOWER THE BOOM.

January 27: ADD FUEL TO THE FIRE, THAT SHIP HAS SAILED

January 26: KEEP IT UNDER YOUR HAT, TAKE ME TO THE CLEANERS

January 25: AT LOGGERHEADS, COOKING UP A STORM

January 24: A NOTCH ABOVE, HAVING A BALL

January 23: HEAVENS OPEN, RUB IT IN MY FACE.

January 22: A HUNDRED AND TEN PERCENT, NOSE TO THE GRINDSTONE.

January 21: HOT ON THE HEELS OF, BEAT AROUND THE BUSH.

January 20: GETS MY GOAT, COMING DOWN THE PIKE.

January 19: SHOOTING YOUR MOUTH OFF, SQUARE THE CIRCLE

January 18: I SMELL A RAT, SIMMER DOWN

January 17: COLD DAY IN HELL, COME CLEAN.

January 16: FAT CAT, CRUNCH THE NUMBERS.

January 15: THE CAT IS OUT OF THE BAG, FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART.

January 14: NO RHYME OR REASON, LIKE FATHER LIKE SON.

January 13: A SCAREDY CAT, TAKE THE CAKE.

January 12: A TEAR JERKER, BOYS WILL BE BOYS.

January 11: SPITTING INTO THE WIND, UNDER THE TABLE.

January 10: TURNABOUT IS FAIR PLAY., LIVING UNDER A ROCK.

January 09: WHISTLE PAST THE GRAVEYARD, CHANGE HORSES IN MIDSTREAM.

January 08: COME RAIN OR SHINE, MOVE THE NEEDLE

January 07: PLAY THE PERCENTAGES, THROW DOWN THE GAUNTLET.

January 06: IN A JAM, CAT AND MOUSE.

January 05: BLOOD AND THUNDER, PUT A THUMB ON THE SCALE.

January 04: SWAN SONG, SURE FIRE

January 03: EAGER BEAVER, BULL IN A CHINA SHOP

January 02: DRAG YOUR FEET, EIGHTY SIX IT

January 01: SWIM AGAINST THE TIDE, MUSIC TO MY EARS.

December 31: BREAK A LEG, BEST OF BOTH WORLDS.

December 30: TURN THE CORNER, NEW WRINKLE.

December 29: NICE CHUNK OF CHANGE, GET BENT OUT OF SHAPE.

December 28: COOK MY GOOSE, CLAIM TO FAME

December 27: FIND YOUR FEET, A BIT MUCH

December 26: HIT THE GROUND RUNNING, CALL IT A DAY.

December 25: HIT THE GROUND RUNNING, CALL IT A DAY.

December 24: MAKE WAVES, TURN SOMEONE INSIDE OUT.

December 23: DOWN IN THE DUMPS, BREAK OUT IN A COLD SWEAT.

December 22: EGG ON YOUR FACE / ANY PORT IN A STORM.

December 21: LETTER OF THE LAW/ FLASH IN THE PAN.

December 20: FATHER FIGURE / PADDLE MY OWN CANOE.

December 19: IN A FOG / DRAG MY HEELS.

December 18: PULL THE PLUG / PULL OUT ALL THE STOPS.

December 17: TIP MY HAND / BURY YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND.

December 16: THROW A WRENCH INTO / FOR CRYING OUT LOUD.

December 15: GIVE THEM AN EARFUL / ALL AND SUNDRY.

December 14: CALL IT A NIGHT / IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE.

December 13: SHOOTING FISH IN A BARREL / RAISE RED FLAGS

Although Phrazle may on the surface appear to be much trickier than the likes of Wordle or Quordle, remember to use the hints we’ve outlined above – especially if you’re struggling to think of a word that fits the correct number of letters (each guess must contain only valid words) – and you’ll soon get the hang of it!

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