Daily Quordle 154 Clues – Spoiler-Free Clues to Help Solve the June 27 Quordle Puzzle | Games | Entertainment

The latest Quordle puzzle is live, but only for the next 24 hours. Quordle asks players to come up with four different words in just nine attempts, making it much more difficult than Wordle and its one-word solution. Building a winning streak is really tough, which is why you should head to the bottom of the page for a spoiler-free selection of hints and clues for Quordle 154 on June 27.

Quordle challenges players to come up with four different words in just nine attempts. Just like Wordle, you will have to pay attention to the color of the tiles if you want to succeed.

If the tiles turn gray, the letter does not appear in the word you are guessing. If it is yellow, the letter appears, but not in that particular place. Finally, the green tiles mean that the letter appears in that exact position.

What’s special about Quordle is that when you guess a word, it appears in all four answer boxes. You can solve them in any order, so keep an eye out because you might be able to eliminate the third word before you guess the first.

One strategy is to get as many vowels as possible in your opening guess. Try words like GOODBYE or AUDIO on your first attempt, as these letters will appear in more words.

If you are unable to solve the first Quordle word on your second guess, choose a word with five completely different letters to maximize your chances of solving each puzzle.

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Quordle clues for word 1…

1. The first word begins with the letter C.

2. The first word contains two vowels.

3. The leader.

Quordle clues for word 2…

1. The second word begins with the letter S.

2. The second word contains only one vowel.

3. Twisted.

Quordle clues for word 3…

1. The third word begins with the letter S.

2. The third word contains a vowel.

3. Be quiet.

Quordle clues for word 4…

1. The fourth word begins with the letter O.

2. The fourth word contains two vowels, although one of them appears twice.

3. One-upmanship.

Christy J. Olson