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5 Letter Words with ET in the Middle – Wordle Guides

Before you phone home for help, try out our list of words.
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Did the letters E and T have any particular association before the movie E.T. came out? Because honestly, I’m drawing a blank. I guess that’s the power pop culture has over our language; I say “E.T.,” and you say “phone home.” Well, unfortunately, E.T. isn’t a five-letter word, so you’re going to need a little more if you’re solving Wordles.

Before you phone home for help, try out our list of words with ET in the middle.

5 Letter Words with ET in the Middle – Wordle Guides

Working from the middle of the word in Wordle can be frustrating because there are a lot more possibilities than if you already had the first or last letters nailed down. ET in particular, however, isn’t a bad combo to be saddled with, as the selection of potential words isn’t overwhelmingly huge.

Words with ET in the Middle

  • metal
  • tetes
  • setae
  • petti
  • setts
  • petri
  • betes
  • jetes
  • retag
  • petto
  • retia
  • ketol
  • netes
  • retem
  • netts
  • retch
  • retax
  • retie
  • teths
  • ketes
  • betas
  • retry
  • detox
  • beted
  • tetra
  • retox
  • setal
  • petty
  • seton
  • yetis
  • betta
  • beton
  • yetts
  • beths
  • ketas
  • wetas
  • heths
  • zetas
  • betid
  • ketch
  • wetly
  • metis
  • petal
  • fetus
  • betty
  • vetch
  • letch
  • metes
  • tetri
  • cetyl
  • cetes

Admittedly, more than a few of these don’t sound like real words. I had to Google what “tetes” meant. But I assure you, these are all in the dictionary. The rule of thumb here is that if it sounds like a word they’d use in either Victorian London or ancient Greece, you’re on the right track.

If you’d like some more suggestions for different kinds of words and letters, take a gander at our Wordle section. Or, if you need more specific and immediate assistance, try out our Wordle Helper. Plug your correct and incorrect letters in, and you’ll get a list of viable words back.

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