Given that Quordle is like Wordle but a lot harder, we do not judge anyone searching for the daily Quordle answers for game #391. Or rather 'answers' plural, as Quordle has four solutions to find each day.
If you've not played it yet, you should — it offers four times the fun of the original viral word game. But it's arguably more than four times as difficult, as you only have nine guesses to find the quartet of words. (Sometimes, today's Wordle answer is harder.)
Like Wordle, it also resets each day, so if you miss one game you'll have no way of knowing what the previous daily Quordle answers were. Well, unless you bookmark this page, in which case you'll be able to check today's Quordle answers at your leisure, as I'll be updating it each morning.
Quordle just got acquired by Merriam-Webster and could get some new features. We will keep you posted right here if the company makes any changes to the game.
Be warned: Spoilers lie ahead for game #391 so only read on if you want to know today's Quordle answers! And please don't use this page to cheat and pretend to others that you got it right when you didn't really. That would be a misuse of our hard work.
Today's Quordle hints, game #391, Sunday, February 19
Before we get on to today's Quordle answers, we'll provide you a few hints to guide you in the right direction. We'll provide you three starter clues, then one big hint at the end. And after that we'll tell you the answers, promise.
So, here are your starter clues:
- Three of the five vowels are used.*
- Two answers have a double letter.
- All answers begin with a consonant.
* By vowel, we mean A, E, I, O, U. There are other letters that are sometimes considered to be vowels, depending on how they are used.
Here's another clue to provide you an advantage: The bottom left Quordle answer has already been used a few times in this post.
Still stuck? Then let's move on to the answers.
Today's Quordle answers, game #391, Sunday, February 19
So, what are today's Quordle answers for game #391?
I won't make you wait any longer — here you go:
Another good day at the Quordle office for me. Alan Martin filling in for Kelly again, and I completed today's Quordle in 3-8-7-5, but it felt dicey for a while.
As per usual, I copied Kelly in playing RAISE and COUNT first, which are particuarly efficient starter words, as they use of all five vowels as well as some very common consonants.
Right off the bat, this gave me four of the five letters needed to complete the top-left puzzle - a word starting with 'C' and ending with 'T', with an 'A' and 'E' somewhere inbetween. I played CLEAT and it turned green.
I then turned my attention to the puzzle to its right, which I knew to be ?LES?. I tried FLESH and came up empty, but the H did turn green for the bottom-right puzzle, revealing the word to be CON?H. Not many letters could fill that gap, so I played CONCH and got another one confirmed.
This is when it began to get trickier, but the bottom-left grid looked a bit more achievable, as I knew it had to be ?O?A? with one of the questions marks being a 'T'. I tried TOPAZ which was the right spot for the 'T' making it TO?A?, and quickly realized it had to be TODAY. It duly went green.
But worryingly none of the last three goes has uncovered any more letters for the puzzle in the top right-hand corner, which was still stuck at ?LES?. After a bit of thinking, I figured out that 'L', 'E' or 'S' could be repeated, so I tried BLESS. Mercifully, it turned green to finish the puzzle with a turn to spare.
A close call, but I think I'm getting the hang of this now. But maybe I'm just getting ahead of myself and PRIDE will come before the fall. We'll find out next time.
Previous Quordle answers
If you're looking for a list of older Quordle answers, we can also help. Here's a list going back 20 games.
- Quordle #390: PROSE, LEACH, FLUTE, FOLIO
- Quordle #389: CLIFF, FREAK, MOUTH, TROOP
- Quordle #388: CLEAT, CHUNK, SNARE, TURBO
- Quordle #387: REBUT, SHIRT, CLASH, SCAMP
- Quordle #386: AMONG, GULCH, HALVE, OUTGO
- Quordle #385: WOOER, STATE, FERAL, STRIP
- Quordle #384: PLUMP, DRYLY, BASIL, TEASE
- Quordle #383: SWAMI, DOGMA, SIEVE, BOUND
- Quordle #382: TURBO, STRAY, FRILL, CLOWN
- Quordle #381: BADLY, LUNGE, GAUDY, GAZER
- Quordle #380: PINEY, OXIDE, NANNY, SIGHT
- Quordle #379: PINEY OXIDE, NANNY, SIGHT
- Quordle #378: SHONE, WRIST, CHILI, CANOE
- Quordle #377: HONEY, POUTY, PRICE, PRANK
- Quordle #376: ERASE, BORNE, SLING, BROOD
- Quordle #375: OFFER, HORDE, STEIN, SHEAR
- Quordle #374: WINCH, HAVOC, AMUSE, DEPOT
- Quordle #373: THICK, NINTH, AVIAN, EXCEL
- Quordle #372: VERGE, SHORT, TRIPE, STOIC
- Quordle #371: GROUT, SPURT, TOWEL, AGATE
What else should I know about Quordle?
Quordle is one of the many Wordle clones to have arrived in the wake of Wordle's huge success. It's essentially the same game, but you play four versions of it simultaneously and have nine attempts to guess all the answers.
The letters behave as they do in Wordle, turning green if they're in the right place, yellow if they're in the word but in the wrong location, and gray if they're not included in the answer at all.
A nice extra is that though there's only set puzzle per day, a practice mode is also included. And you might well need it, because it's pretty difficult.
If Quordle is too tough for you, you might prefer something in our list of the best Wordle alternatives, but if you want an even more stressful test then we'd recommend either Squabble or Octordle.
We also like the new Heardle, which is like Wordle for pop music, plus the geography-based Wordle clone Worldle, the Star Wars-themed SWordle and the math-based Mathler, among others.
But the original is still the best, so don't forget to also check our the best Wordle start words and to look at today's Wordle answer if you won't get a chance to play.