Quordle Today: Clues and Solutions for Sunday, July 9 (Game #531)

Get ready for your daily dose of Quordle hints, along with the answers for both the main game and the Daily Sequence spin-off. Quordle, the popular daily-word-game, has managed to keep me hooked for over 18 months now, even amidst the saturation of Wordle clones on the internet. And it’s not without reason – Quordle is not only incredibly fun but also quite challenging. What’s more, its creators, Merriam-Webster, have introduced a new variant called the Daily Sequence, where you solve four puzzles consecutively instead of simultaneously. So, if you’re already on the hunt for Wordle hints, chances are you’ll need some for Quordle as well. As a Quordle and Wordle fanatic myself, who has been playing since December 2021, I can definitely assist you in cracking today’s Quordle and improving your game for tomorrow. Keep reading for my Quordle hints for game #531 and the answers to both the main game and Daily Sequence. Do note that the content below contains information about Quordle today, so proceed with caution if you want to avoid spoilers.

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Marc McLaren

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Quordle today (game #531) – Hint #1 – Vowels
How many different vowels are there in Quordle today?
– Today’s Quordle has a total of 4 different vowels.
(Note: We consider the five standard vowels – A, E, I, O, U, excluding Y, which is sometimes considered a vowel as well.)

Quordle today (game #531) – Hint #2 – Total Vowels
What is the total number of vowels in Quordle today?
– Across all the answers in today’s Quordle, there are a total of 8 vowels.

Quordle today (game #531) – Hint #3 – Repeated Letters
Do any of the answers in today’s Quordle contain repeated letters?
– Yes, there are 2 answers in today’s Quordle that contain repeated letters.

Quordle today (game #531) – Hint #4 – Total Letters
How many different letters are used in Quordle today?
– A total of 12 different letters are used in today’s Quordle.

Quordle today (game #531) – Hint #5 – Uncommon Letters
Do letters like Q, Z, X, or J appear in Quordle today?
– Yes, one of the letters Q, Z, X, or J appears among today’s Quordle answers.

Quordle today (game #531) – Hint #6 – Starting Letters (1)
Do any of today’s Quordle puzzles start with the same letter?
– None of today’s Quordle answers start with the same letter.

If you’re eager to know the answers at this point, simply scroll down. However, if you’re not ready yet, here’s one more clue that will make things much easier:

Quordle today (game #531) – Hint #7 – Starting Letters (2)
What letters do today’s Quordle answers start with?
– A, O, D, S.


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Quordle today (game #531) – The Answers:
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Daily Sequence today (game #531) – The Answers:
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Past 20 Quordle Answers:
Here are the answers to the past 20 Quordle puzzles:

Quordle #530, Saturday 8 July: BAGEL, SPITE, MAYBE, RADIO
Quordle #529, Friday 7 July: CLOUT, SMEAR, GAILY, ANGRY
Quordle #528, Thursday 6 July: HUNCH, LEFTY, ABBEY, RECUR
Quordle #527, Wednesday 5 July: HILLY, ALERT, SHEET, VODKA
Quordle #526, Tuesday 4 July: GUMMY, SQUAT, SUSHI, GAUDY
Quordle #525, Monday 3 July: DRUID, ENACT, APART, HEFTY
Quordle #524, Sunday 2 July: AMISS, SHOWY, LURCH, SAUCY
Quordle #523, Saturday 1 July: KNEAD, DALLY, AMAZE, IDEAL
Quordle #522, Friday 30 June: WOMAN, BAGEL, SUPER, ARISE
Quordle #521, Thursday 29 June: ISSUE, MOUNT, OVOID, SANER
Quordle #520, Wednesday 28 June: CEDAR, RUMBA, WIDOW, TITHE
Quordle #519, Tuesday 27 June: STRAW, APPLY, MAGMA, CLUED
Quordle #518, Monday 26 June: SCARE, RIGHT, IRATE, ORBIT
Quordle #517, Sunday 25 June: GAUNT, SLANG, ROUSE, UNITE
Quordle #516, Saturday 24 June: BILGE, LEAPT, GLOAT, PLEAT
Quordle #515, Friday 23 June: FIELD, BRINE, BEGUN, PITCH
Quordle #514, Thursday 22 June: AMAZE, BINGO, MUMMY, WEIRD
Quordle #513, Wednesday 21 June: BRIDE, TILDE, LOWER, REVEL
Quordle #512, Tuesday 20 June: DUVET, BLAST, FILMY, CEASE
Quordle #511, Monday 19 June: HORDE, LOSER, GUSTO, PRONE

Quordle FAQs: Everything You Need to Know
1. What is Quordle?
Quordle is a word game that presents you with four puzzles to solve each day, unlike Wordle which focuses on a single five-letter word. You solve the puzzles concurrently, with nine guesses instead of the six in Wordle. The rules are quite similar, and the game can be played on the Quordle website or through the Merriam-Webster site since they acquired Quordle. The answers for each day are the same for all players, making it a global competition. The puzzles reset at midnight, providing a fresh challenge every day. The website also offers a practice mode and daily stats, including a streak count. Achievements can be earned for various milestones and achievements in the game. Be warned, Quordle is notoriously difficult.

2. What are the Quordle rules?
The rules of Quordle closely mirror those of Wordle:
1. Correct letters in the right place turn green.
2. Correct letters in the wrong place turn yellow.
3. Incorrect letters turn gray.
4. The guessed word appears in all quadrants, so a letter may turn green in one square, yellow in another, and gray in the rest.
5. Answers are singular; plurals are not accepted.
6. Letters can appear multiple times, leading to different color combinations for each instance.
7. Each guess must be a valid word in Quordle’s dictionary.
8. Subsequent guesses don’t necessarily need to contain correct letters.
9. You have nine guesses to find the answers.
10. The daily Quordle must be completed before midnight in your timezone.

3. What is a good Quordle strategy?
Quordle requires a strategic approach different from Wordle. With four puzzles and nine guesses, blindly guessing won’t cut it. Here are two key strategies:
1. Use multiple starting words: Instead of relying on a single starting word, consider using two or three. Start with a strong Wordle starting word, followed by another word or two that utilize common consonants and any remaining vowels. For example, STARE > DOILY > PUNCH. These words cover a wide range of letters, including all vowels, Y, and common consonants. There are other viable options, but this combination should give you a good head start on potential answers.
2. Narrow down the possibilities: If faced with… (continued)



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