quordle: Today’s Quordle: Time to solve the puzzle! Tips, answers for August 6

You have nine chances to guess all four words in Quordle. The colors of the tiles change depending on the guesses and whether or not you got it right. A gray tile means that the guessed letter is not there. A yellow tile indicates that the letter is present in the word but not placed in the correct place. A green tile means the letter and its placement are correct.

Advice

Use as many vowels as you can at the first few opportunities. If there are only a few vowels, shake things up and go the opposite way. Best guesses should be AUDIO, OUIJA, or ADIEU initially because they use a lot of vowels.


hints or clues

We have plenty of hints or hints to help you find the answer to today’s Quordle. These are:

Suggestions for word #1

• M is the first letter.

• The word contains a double consonant and a single vowel.

• The meaning of the word is cheerful or happy.

Suggestions for word #2

• K is the first letter.

• The word contains a vowel.

• The meaning of the word is to hit some surface or crash or blow.

Suggestions for word #3

• S is the first letter.

• The word contains two vowels.

• The word means “to operate a vehicle.”

Suggestions for word #4

• U is the first letter.

• The word contains two vowels.

• The meaning of the word is typically or usually.

Now, let’s know the answer. If you don’t want to know, you can stop reading immediately. However, if you have tried but failed to get the answer, please read till the end.


The answer to today’s Quordle is:


USUAL

PUSH

BEAT

CHEERFUL

Words of wisdom from the ancient Greeks

Words of wisdom from the ancient Greeks

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