NYT Spelling Bee

NYT Spelling Bee June 22, 2022 Answers

This page offers the answers and solutions to the New York Times Spelling Bee puzzle for June 22, 2022. You can find the full list of NYT Spelling Bee answers, as well as the pangram word for the day. This list of answers was spotted on NYT Spelling Bee on June 10th and may still appear in future Spelling Bee answers.

NYT Spelling Bee Answers

For today’s pangram, we have the 10-letter word IMMOBILIZE and the 8-letter word MOBILIZE.

What does IMMOBILIZE mean?

Oxford dictionary describes the change word as:

(Verb)

  1. Prevent (something or someone) from moving or operating as normal.
  2. Restrict the movements of (a limb or patient) to allow healing.

What does MOBILIZE mean?

Oxford dictionary describes the change word as:

(Verb)

  1. (of a country or its government) prepare and organize (troops) for active service.
  2. Make (something) movable or capable of movement.

Anyway, below you can find the full list of answers for today’s NYT Spelling Bee word puzzle.

  • BELL
  • BILE
  • LIME
  • LOBE
  • MEME
  • MEMO
  • MEZE
  • MILE
  • MIME
  • MOLE
  • OBOE
  • OLEO
  • OOZE
  • BELIE
  • BELLE
  • BEZEL
  • BIBLE
  • BIOME
  • BOMBE
  • BOOZE
  • LIBEL
  • MELEE
  • MEZZE
  • MEZZO
  • MIMEO
  • OLLIE
  • BOBBLE
  • EMBLEM
  • IMBIBE
  • MOBILE
  • ZOMBIE
  • LIBELEE
  • EMBEZZLE
  • IMMOBILE
  • MOBILIZE
  • IMMOBILIZE

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