"Bloody hell Wordle...once again, you've RUINED my day!!! That's not even a word we use in Britain!! Ok, we do a bit...Wordle," one wrote on Twitter.
"There have been a lot of American usages lately. Leaves us English speakers at a disadvantage Wordle," another added.
\u201cBloody hell Wordle...once again you've RUINED my day!!! \ud83e\udd2c That's not even a word we use in Britain!! Ok we do a bit....\nWordle 416 X/6\n\n\ud83d\udfe8\u2b1c\u2b1c\ud83d\udfe8\u2b1c\n\ud83d\udfe8\u2b1c\u2b1c\u2b1c\ud83d\udfe8\n\u2b1c\ud83d\udfe9\u2b1c\ud83d\udfe9\u2b1c\n\u2b1c\ud83d\udfe9\u2b1c\ud83d\udfe9\ud83d\udfe9\n\u2b1c\ud83d\udfe9\ud83d\udfe9\ud83d\udfe9\ud83d\udfe9\n\u2b1c\ud83d\udfe9\ud83d\udfe9\ud83d\udfe9\ud83d\udfe9\u201d
According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a patty is defined as a "small flat cake of chopped food" There is also another definition for a patty specific to North America "a small flat candy" like a "peppermint patty."
However, in the UK, a patty mainly describes a Jamaican-inspired pie that looks a little like a calzone or cornish pastry.
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