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NYT Connections Hint: June 15

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The New York Times’ Connections is a daily brain teaser that challenges you to find the thematic link between four seemingly unrelated words. Each day brings a new puzzle with four categories, and cracking the code can be immensely satisfying.

Are you ready to tackle tomorrow’s challenge? Here are some hints to get you started on the June 15th, 2024 puzzle.

Also read: How to play NYT Connections? Tips and Tricks

Today’s words

The game presents 16 words in four categories, each containing four words. Your mission is to decipher the hidden theme that links all the words within a category. Here are today’s 16 words:

  • SOLE
  • BODY
  • LIFT
  • DUNK
  • ONLY
  • PIKE

Also read: NYT Connections Hint: June 14

Connections hint for today (June 15th, 2024)

Without revealing the exact answers, these hints should steer you in the right direction.

  • Yellow group: Think about the court, but not a courtroom. This category is all about what you might see players do with a basketball.
  • Green group: Consider different types of fish you might encounter in a lake, river, or ocean.
  • Blue group: It’s all about hair. Focus on characteristics of thick, luscious hair.
  • Purple group: This category uses the word ‘child’ but with a twist. Consider different types of children based on a specific characteristic.


Connections categories for today (June 15th, 2024)

To give you a better idea, here are the revealed categories for today’s puzzle:

  • Yellow category: BASKETBALL SHOTS
  • Green category: FISH
  • Blue category: QUALITIES OF THICK HAIR
  • Purple category: ___ CHILD


NYT Connections answers for June 15th

If you are still stuck on today’s puzzle, fret not. Here are the solutions for today’s puzzles.

  • Yellow group: DUNK, FLOATER, LAYUP, THREE
  • Green group: PIKE, PERCH, SKATE, SOLE
  • Blue group: BODY, BOUNCE, LIFT, VOLUME

With these hints in mind, you’re well-equipped to tackle today’s NYT Connections puzzle. Remember, the key is to think creatively and make connections between the words in each category.

Also read: NYT Connections Hint: June 13

Akash Singh

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