Quordle Words - What's Are the Quordle Answers Today?

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May 25, 2022: Don't stress. We have the Quordle words and answers for today's Quordle puzzle.

Gotten yourself deep into a daily word game hole with Quordle? Unless you're a record-breaking genius, you're going to need our guide to today's Quordle words from time to time, just to keep your streak intact. Read on to find not only today's Quordle solution, but past puzzle answers as well.

Quordle - like Wordle and its many clones - is a word puzzle game that can be played once per day. A little like the crossword in your favourite newspaper, it can be a nice thing to wake up to and enjoy with your first coffee, kicking things off with a tricky brainteaser to warm up the noggin. But this one isn't easy. Our Quordle words list is here to point you in the right direction.

Looking for more word game guides? Check out the Wordle answer list for solutions, or just the Wordle clue list for some helpful hints. For the adults out there, the Lewdle answer list for the day can be a lot of fun as well. Prefer numbers? Our Nerdle answer guide has got you there.

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Quordle Words - Quordle Answers for Today, May 25

From left to right, these are your Quordle words for the day:

  • ALLAY
  • CRUST
  • QUITE
  • CLICK
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What Is Quordle?

Quordle is the latest game to imitate the one-a-day Wordle phenomenon. It's Wordle, but you have four words to solve simultaneously. Sound hard? It is!

Quordle is best described as "Wordle meets Sudoku." Or, to put it another way, Wordle wrapped around a Rubix's Cube. Each guess you make is applied to all four word tables at the same time, making you think four times as hard about how the letters slot into the final solutions.

There are no similarities between the words, either - at least not on purpose. So a guess that gets you close to one might actually get you further away to the Quordle words on the other tables. It's madness.

How Do I Play Quordle?

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You can get started by visiting the Quordle website. It's a web-based game, so it should work just fine on your PC, phone, or tablet. Once you're in, the guessing begins. Just use the on-screen keyboard to plug in a five-letter word.

The tiles used will then light up one of a few different colours, signifying whether they were used in the right place, used in the wrong place, or aren't even used in the word at all. From there, you can use the process of elimination to hopefully figure out the answer.

Here's a colour breakdown for each tile position:

  • Green = the letter was used in the right place
  • Yellow = the letter was used in the wrong place
  • Black = the letter isn't present in the final Quordle word
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But what's right or wrong for one Quordle table may not be for the other three. With only nine guesses allowed, things can get tricky.

Because it uses four tables, the letters used will light up many colours in the keyboard. They're broken up into four quadrants, signifying whether they're present, solved, or absent from the table they point to.

Can I Play Previous Quordle Puzzles?

The good news is that if you've completed today's Quordle challenge but want even more, there are some methods to access even more word-guessing fun.

Firstly, you can use a method that also works in games like Wordle, where you change the date on your device. This makes the game think it's a different day, so when you refresh the Quordle page, you get access to another game. Remember to set the date back to the present afterwards!

Equally, you can head to the practice mode on the Quordle website. This lets you play an endless loop of random games, where you can simply try again once you finish a puzzle. It's a much easier way to have even more fun with Quordle, though it should be noted that winning these puzzles sadly won't contribute to your streak or overall score.

And that's it for the Quordle words list for today. We update this guide daily with each new puzzle solution, so do be sure to check back if you're even in a pickle. For more word games to test your brain, check out our best games like Wordle roundup. For more niche offerings, our Mathler answer list and Hogwartle word of the day guide can ease you into those daily games as well.