NYT has debuted another new game called Connections, which is officially in its beta phase, so we will have to wait and see if it becomes part of the full NYT Games rotation in the future. The game is described as “group words that share a common thread.” If you’re looking for NYT Connections Answers for September 14 2023, we have the answers for you!
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NYT Connections Answers for September 14 2023
The answers to NYT Connections #95, which was published on September 14 2023 are: EYE PARTS, COUNTERFEIT, RADIO LINGO, and SONGS THAT ARE NAMES. These are the four groups that you need to categorize the words into and the following chart shows which words are associated with these groupings! Find the solutions from past puzzles on our NYT Connections Answers Archive.
IRIS, LENS, PUPIL, RETINA
BOGUS, FAKE, PHONY, SHAM
COPY, OUT, OVER, ROGER
SONGS THAT ARE NAMES
ALEJANDRO, LOLA, MICHELLE, STAN
How to Play NYT Connections
To play Connections, you will need to look for four words that have something in common. Then, you’ll tap/click to select those four words and select “submit” to see if your guess is correct. You can only make up to four mistakes. Each day, there are four groups to discover with the first group being the easiest and the last group being the trickiest.
When you’re attempting to solve the puzzle of the day, it’s a good idea to first skim through all of the available words and see if any two or three jump out at you as having something in common. Then, you can go back and see if you can find the third and fourth word that would have the same thing in common.
There is one puzzle per day, and it appears to reset at midnight local time! After you’ve completed the day’s puzzle, you can view your results and there will be a countdown to when you can play the next puzzle.
We hope our NYT Connections September 14 2023 Answer Guide helped you out on today’s puzzle! Check out more of our NYT Connections coverage.