As the sun rises on Monday, March 14, a new week has officially begun, which means there’s a brand new Lewdle word of the day to be guessed.

The developers of Lewdle recently decided to up the ante with their inappropriate Worlde spin-off, as the game now includes 6 letter words as well as 5. This obviously makes things a little trickier for players, with even more possibilities now thrown into the mix.

But don’t worry if you’re struggling to work out today’s 6 letter Lewdle answer, as we’ve put together everything you need to know right here in this article. Spoilers for the March 14 Lewdle answers are ahead.

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Lewdle Answer and Word Of The Day For Today (Monday, March 14)

The official Lewdle answer and word of the day for Monday, March 14 is SQUIRT.

Players will need to get their answers in before 9PM PT / 12AM ET / 5AM GMT, as a new Lewdle answer and word of the day will arrive at the aforementioned times for Tuesday, March 15. Fans can also check back into DualShockers tomorrow for the next answer, should you need assistance.

As Lewdle is filled with some rather obscure words, the developers have also included a link to the official definition for every word after you work out the answer. So, if you’ve been left scratching your head about what a certain word actually means, make sure to check out the link afterwards.

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Lewdle Rules & How To Play

The rules of Lewdle are simple and work exactly the same as Wordle. Players must guess a new five or six letter word each day within six attempts. Guessing the correct letter will turn it green, whilst guessing a correct letter in the incorrect spot will turn it yellow to indicate you’re on the right lines.

Play Lewdle for free by opening up your web browser and heading to www.lewdlegame.com. Or if you’d prefer something a little more family-friendly, play Wordle for free by heading to www.nytimes.com/games/wordle/index.html.