Quordle challenges you to solve four words at once instead of one. You start with nine tries and can only guess one word at a time. You can play it on Merriam-Webster's Quordle website.

Quordle is yet another Wordle clone, however, it’s one that has a bit more depth than the original Wordle. You’ll need to multitask to successfully solve this daily puzzle. Thankfully, the game is pretty easy to learn despite being hard to master.

## What Is Quordle?

Quordle is the same as Wordle—but multiplied by four. The “Quo” part refers to “Quad”, which is a Latin prefix that means “four”. Apart from that, the layout is the same as Wordle.

You can play Quordle today by checking it out on Merriam-Webster’s official Quorble page.

## How Do You Play Quordle?

The aim of the game is to find four secret words at once. You have limited tries to guess them all, so you need to be more careful with the words you input than you would be when playing Wordle. Also, you only get one play per day—just like Wordle.

You still get the same color coding to help you out. Green letters are those that are in the correct position, yellow letters are those that are in the word but not in the right spot, and grayed-out letters are those that are not in the word at all.

### Suggested Words for Early Tries

Vowels are important: use a word with as many of them as possible on your first tries. Here are some suggestions for vowel-filled five-letter words:

• Above
• Ocean
• Irate
• Usage
• Youth

There are also some consonants that are used more often than others. Letters such as “R”, “S”, and “T” are among these. Here are some suggestions for five-letter words that contain these letters:

• String
• First
• Burst
• Warts
• Stark

### Try Getting the First Letter of Each Word

Your brain considers the first part of each word more heavily that the rest of it. As such, if you guess the first letters of each of the four secret words, you’ll have an easier time inputting better words to try.

Use the green and yellow letters to figure this out. Once you do, the following guesses will be closer to the correct words.

### Pay Attention to All Four Words

Balance your guesses between all four words; don’t just focus on one at a time. Focusing only on one word at a time may help you find one of the secret words, but this will leave you with fewer tries for the rest. You don’t want to get stuck with one try left for a word for which you’ve guessed none of the right letters.