A new Quordle is available today, March 13th, 2022. Here are some tips, hints, and the answer to Quordle 48.
Quordle, like Wordle, is a word game in which players must guess the daily puzzle. However, there is a significant difference between the two games. Wordle only requires players to guess one five-letter word, whereas Quordle requires four five-letter word guesses.
Thankfully, there’s a practice mode, which is useful for any new player. Although there’s no score at the end of each game, you can play as many times as you want. There’s also a daily Quordle option, which gives you nine chances to guess the day’s four five-letter words.
If you correctly guess all four words, you will receive a score that you can share on Twitter. A new puzzle is available at midnight local time, and a new one, number 48, will be available on March 13th, 2022. Here are some tips, hints, and the answer to Quordle 48.
UPDATE: Quordle 49 March 14 answer now available. Click HERE to view.
If you don’t already know, the best words to start with are audio, adieu, raise, and atone. If you’ve guessed some of the correct letters in the word but are still stumped, your best bet is to use Google to narrow down the possible list of words.
Quordle March 13 Hints Today
As you’ll know, there are no hints available in-game. Most of the time, it can be difficult to guess four words that have no link to one another, thus we present our own hints to assist you. Our hints for Quordle 48 can be found below:
Hint 1: Word 1 and 2 begin with a D, 3 with a B, and 4 with a G.
Hint 2: Word ending – 1: T, 2: N, 3: K, B: T
Hint 3: Word 1 – Preliminary version.
Hint 4: Word 2 – Draw off liquid.
Hint 5: Word 3 – Musical instrument with a drum-like body.
Hint 6: Word 4 – A person entertained in someone’s house.
What’s the Daily Quordle 48 March 13th Answer today?
Although there have been some tricky words in the past, all four words are pretty easy to guess. If the suggestions above didn’t help, we have the answer for Quordle 48, which was released on March 13th, below: