“Unveiling the Solutions: Quordle Today’s Clues and Answers for Game #412 on March 12”

Quordle is a challenging online game that takes the Wordle format and amps up the difficulty. If you’re already struggling with Wordle clues, you’ll definitely need some help with Quordle too. As a Quordle and Wordle fanatic, I’ve been playing since December 2021 and have some expert hints to share for game #412. Bookmark this page so you can easily return for future games.

SPOILER WARNING: If you don’t want to know the answers for Quordle today, stop reading now.

Meet your Quordle expert, Marc McLaren, TechRadar’s UK Editor in Chief. He’s been playing Wordle and Quordle for over a year and has authored numerous articles on the game for TechRadar and Tom’s Guide. His Wordle streak recently reached 400, so he takes the game seriously.

Now, onto the hints for Quordle today (game #412):

Hint #1 – Vowels
– How many different vowels are in Quordle today?

Hint #2 – Consonants
– How many different consonants are in Quordle today?
– Which consonant appears the most in Quordle today?

Hint #3 – Word length
– How many words in Quordle today have 5 letters?
– How many words in Quordle today have 6 letters?

Hint #4 – Letter positions
– Which letter appears most often in the first position of a word in Quordle today?
– Which letter appears most often in the second position of a word in Quordle today?

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In today’s game (#412), there are a total of 9 vowels across all the answers. Only the five standard vowels (A, E, I, O, U) are counted, not Y. Additionally, there is only one answer that contains a repeated letter.

The total number of different letters used in today’s Quordle game is 13. However, none of the letters Q, Z, X, or J appear in any of the answers.

If you’re curious about the starting letters of today’s Quordle answers, they are T, B, E, and S. And for those who just want the answers, scroll down to the bottom of the page.

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Are you a fan of word games? If so, you might be interested in Quordle, a game that challenges players to find words hidden within a grid of letters. In this article, we’ll take a look at the answers to Quordle game #412, as well as the past 20 Quordle games.

Quordle Game #412 Answers

The answers to Quordle game #412 are:


According to the game’s creator, these words were a mixed bag. While TENOR and SHOWY were relatively easy to spot, BOULE and ELOPE proved to be more challenging. BOULE, in particular, was difficult because it is often considered a foreign word. However, it is used in English to describe a round loaf of bread. As for ELOPE, its repeated E made it tricky to find.

Did you manage to solve Quordle game #412? If so, congratulations! If not, don’t worry – there’s always next time.

Past 20 Quordle Answers

If you’re curious about past Quordle games, here are the answers to the past 20 games:

– Quordle #411, Saturday 11 March: BEVEL, SONAR, EXILE, RENEW
– Quordle #410, Friday 10 March: ENJOY, SPOOF, NASTY DEALT
– Quordle #409, Thursday 9 March: MOLAR, MARRY, OPTIC, DROLL
– Quordle #408, Wednesday 8 March: JUICE, SPRIG, FAITH, PENNE
– Quordle #407, Tuesday 7 March: ATOLL, SAUCE, BROOK, CRAWL
– Quordle #406, Monday 6 March: ANNOY, FLUSH, ISLET, AWAKE
– Quordle #405, Saturday 4 March: GROVE, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #404, Friday 3 March: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #403, Thursday 2 March: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #402, Wednesday 1 March: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #401, Tuesday 28 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #400, Monday 27 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #399, Saturday 25 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #398, Friday 24 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #397, Thursday 23 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #396, Wednesday 22 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #395, Tuesday 21 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #394, Monday 20 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #393, Saturday 18 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC
– Quordle #392, Friday 17 February: GROIN, FABLE, LUCID, TONIC


Quordle is a fun and challenging word game that can keep you entertained for hours. Whether you’re a seasoned player or a newcomer, there’s always something new to discover. So why not give it a try and see how many words you can find? And don’t forget to check out Tech Leaks for more news and updates on the latest technology trends.

Quordle: The New Word Puzzle Game Taking the Internet by Storm

If you’re a fan of word puzzle games, you’re going to love Quordle. This new game, which challenges players to solve four puzzles simultaneously, has taken the internet by storm. In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about Quordle, including how to play, the rules, and some tips for success.

What is Quordle?

Quordle is a word puzzle game that presents players with four puzzles to solve simultaneously. Each puzzle consists of five letters, and players have nine guesses to figure out the correct word. The rules of Quordle are similar to those of Wordle, another popular word puzzle game. However, Quordle offers players more guesses and presents all players with the same puzzles each day.

You can play Quordle online via the Quordle website or through the Merriam-Webster site, which purchased Quordle last year. The game resets at midnight each day, so you have a fresh challenge to tackle every day.

How to Play Quordle

To play Quordle, simply visit the Quordle website or the Merriam-Webster site and select the “Play Quordle” option. You’ll be presented with four puzzles, each consisting of five letters. Type in your guess for each puzzle, and the game will let you know which letters are correct and in the right place (green), which letters are correct but in the wrong place (yellow), and which letters are incorrect (gray).

You have nine guesses to figure out the correct word for each puzzle. The game ends when you’ve used all nine guesses or when you’ve correctly guessed all four words. If you’re having trouble, you can use the “Practice Mode” to get some extra practice before tackling the real puzzles.

Quordle Rules

The rules of Quordle are simple:

  1. Letters that are in the answer and in the right place turn green.
  2. Letters that are in the answer but in the wrong place turn yellow.
  3. Letters that are not in the answer turn gray.
  4. The word you guess appears in all quadrants of the puzzle at the same time.
  5. Answers are never plural.
  6. Letters can appear more than once.
  7. Each guess must be a valid word in Quordle’s dictionary.
  8. You do not have to include correct letters in subsequent guesses.
  9. There is no equivalent of Wordle’s Hard mode.

Tips for Success

Quordle is a challenging game, but with a little practice, you can improve your skills and start solving puzzles more quickly. Here are some tips to help you succeed:

  • Start with the vowels: A, E, I, O, and U. These are the most common letters in the English language, so they’re more likely to appear in the correct word.
  • Look for patterns: If you see two or more letters that appear in multiple puzzles, they’re likely to be part of the correct word.
  • Use the process of elimination: If you know that a certain letter isn’t part of the correct word, eliminate it from your guesses for the other puzzles.
  • Practice, practice, practice: The more you play Quordle, the better you’ll get at it. Use the Practice Mode to hone your skills and try to beat your high score each day.

So what are you waiting for? Head over to the Quordle website and start playing this addictive new word puzzle game today!

How to Strategize and Win at Quordle

Quordle is a unique word game that requires a different approach than its popular counterpart, Wordle. With four puzzles to solve in nine guesses, blindly throwing letters at it won’t guarantee a win. To increase your chances of winning, you need to think strategically.

What is a good Quordle strategy?

There are two key things to remember:

  1. Use several starting words
  2. Having just one starting word won’t cut it. You need at least two or three starting words. The first word should be one of the best Wordle starting words, as they work well in Quordle too. After that, select another word or two that use up lots more of the most common consonants and include any remaining vowels. For example, STARE > DOILY > PUNCH. These three words use 15 of the 26 letters in the alphabet, including all five vowels, Y, and nine of the most common consonants (S, T, R, D, L, P, N, C, and H). There are plenty of other options, but something like this should do the trick.

  3. Narrow things down
  4. If you’re faced with a word where the answer might easily be one of several options, guess a word that would narrow down those options. In Quordle, you don’t have enough guesses to try several options in succession like in Wordle. For instance, if the word is -ATCH, where it could be MATCH, BATCH, LATCH, CATCH, WATCH, HATCH, or PATCH, guess a word like CLAMP that could point the way to four of the seven words in one go.

By following these two key strategies, you’ll have a better chance of winning at Quordle. Remember to complete the daily Quordle before midnight in your timezone.

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Marc is Tech Leaks’ UK Editor in Chief, the latest in a long line of senior editorial roles he’s held in a career that started the week that Google launched (nice of them to mark the occasion). Prior to joining Tech Leaks, he was UK Editor in Chief on Tom’s Guide, where he oversaw all gaming, streaming, audio, TV, entertainment, how-to, and cameras coverage. He’s also a former editor of the tech website Stuff and spent five years at the music magazine NME, where his duties mainly involved spoiling other people’s fun. He’s based in London and has tested and written about phones, tablets, wearables, streaming boxes, smart home devices, Bluetooth speakers, headphones, games, TVs, cameras, and pretty much every other type of gadget you can think of. An avid photographer, Marc likes nothing better than taking pictures of very small things (bugs, his daughters) or very big things (distant galaxies). He also enjoys live music, gaming, cycling, and beating Wordle (he authors the daily Wordle clues page at Tech Leaks).

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