Today's "Quordle" Answers And Suggestions For September 12
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Today’s “Quordle” Answers And Suggestions For September 12

On “Quordle” #231, stuck? We’ll provide you with the advice you require (and also the answers).


The workweek hasn’t begun if your Quordle was solved on Monday. That might not be a major thing if you’re “quiet resigning,” but since you’ve come here looking for the solution, you’ve come to the wrong spot if your intention was to pass the time. Your issue will be resolved soon.

After all, locating the Quordle solution is not difficult. You can find it by scrolling to the bottom of this page. But are you certain you require all four responses? Maybe all you need is a strategy manual. In either case, scroll down to get what you need.

Describe Quordle.

Similar to Wordle, Quordle is a five-letter word guessing game, but with each guess applying letters to four words simultaneously. To properly guess each of the four words, you are given nine chances rather than six. It appears to be four Wordle games being played simultaneously, and that is essentially what it is. However, it’s not quite as scary as it sounds.

Is Quordle more difficult than Wordle?

Yes, but not in a demonic way.

Where was Quordle born?

In the midst of the Wordle boom in late 2021 and early 2022, when people were discovering how much they loved free, once-daily in-browser word guessing games, creator Freddie Meyer claims he was inspired by one of the first significant Wordle variations, Dordle, which lets you play two Wordles simultaneously. On January 30, he upped the ante and released Quordle. Six days after Meyer’s innovation was featured in The Guardian, it attracted millions of daily users, according to Meyer. Today, Meyer receives a tiny income from Patreon, where devoted Quordle players can make donations to support the operation of their favorite puzzle game.

How do you pronounce Quordle?


It shouldn’t be pronounced exactly like “curdle,” but rather should rhyme with “Wordle.”

What distinguishes Quordle’s strategy from Wordle’s?
No, and yes.

Your initial approach should be the same as with Wordle, and if you already have a go-to Wordle beginning word, there’s no need to modify it for this exercise. We advise choosing a word with lots of vowels and letters like C, R, and N, but you do you.

But if you play Quordle just like Wordle, you’ll see things getting out of hand after your first guess.

What should I do differently in Quordle than in Wordle?
It is well known that a Wordle puzzle can be solved by experimenting with different single-letter changes. You may guess “MIGHT,” “NIGHT,” “LIGHT,” and “SIGHT,” and one of those will probably be the solution if you’ve limited it down to “-IGHT.” However, this is also a well-known strategy to lose in Wordle, especially if you play on “hard mode.” However, in Quordle, this kind of single-letter winnowing is a trap that can be fatal, and it suggests a key tactical distinction between Wordle and Quordle: You can’t afford to squander guesses in Quordle unless you’re constantly eradicating as many letters as you can.

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Is there a quicker way to learn the solution?


In my experience, Quordle can be a tedious game that occasionally takes longer to complete than four rounds of Wordle. But a kind of brute-force guessing strategy can hasten the process. If you merely want the solution and don’t care about having the fewest guesses possible, the following approach also works with Wordle:

Consider beginning with a string of words that displays all the vowels, including Y, along with a few other typical letters. YouTuber DougMansLand suggests four words: “CANOE,” “SKIRT,” “PLUMB,” and “FUDGY.” We’ve had success with the three words: “NOTES,” “ACRID,” and “LUMPY.”

If you apply this technique, you’ll only have a small chance of getting a few letters wrong because the majority of the alphabet has been eliminated. However, you’ll typically have all the knowledge necessary to correctly guess the final few words.

Here are some hints if the strategy isn’t working and you’re still having trouble:

A marginally helpful tip for today’s puzzle
The following extremely unusual statement contains synonyms for all four terms (in no particular order).

Never enter your choir teacher’s office while wearing the insignia of a faculty member, modify your assignment to your favorite stanza of the song, or you’ll get caught and things will get worse.

Do any of the Quordle words from today contain double or triple letters?
In one word, a vowel that is used frequently repeats.

Are there any uncommon letters like Q or Z utilized in today’s Quordle?
Nope.

What letter begins the words in today’s Quordle?
S O V and B.

What are the solutions to the Quordle for today?
Do you really need to know?

There’s still time to go the other way.

OK, I’ll give it to you. The solutions are: