The latest Quordle puzzle has gone live on May 7, and needless to say, it’s another tough one. Unlike Wordle, where you only have to find out one word, Quordle challenges players to find out four words. It’s just as difficult as it sounds, which is why you may need help. If you want some hints for Quordle 103 on May 7, go to the bottom of the page for the latest selection of spoiler-free clues. Good luck!
Quordle challenges players to figure out four different words in just nine attempts. Like Wordle, you have to pay attention to the color of the tiles if you are to succeed.
If the tiles turn gray, the letter will not appear in the word you are guessing. If it is yellow, the letter is displayed, just not in that location. Finally, green tiles mean that the letter is displayed in the exact position.
The twist with Quordle is that when you guess a word, it will appear in all four answer fields. You can solve them in any order, so keep an eye on it all, because you may be able to knock out the third word before you have guessed the first one.
One strategy is to get as many vowels in your initial guess as possible. Try words like ADIEU or AUDIO on your first try, as these letters will appear in multiple words.
If you are not able to solve the first Quordle word in your second guess, choose a word with five completely different letters to maximize your chances of solving each puzzle.
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Quordle tips for word 1 …
The first word starts with the letter W.
2. The first word contains only one vowel.
3. Rhyme on birdie.
Quordle tips for word 2 …
The second word also starts with the letter O.
2. The second word contains two vowels.
3. Law and …
Quordle tips for word 3 …
The third word starts with the letter S.
2. The third word contains one vowel.
Rhymes with Toff.
Quordle tips for word 4 …
The fourth word starts with the letter S.
2. The fourth word contains one vowel, but it appears twice.
3. Something with wire or cable wrapped around.