Quordle 311 answer for December 1: Lots of vowels! Check Quordle hints, clues, solutions
Quordle 311 answer for December 1: Vowels stopped being a problem for Quordle players after the first 25 puzzles. With just 5 letters, it was never really the dominating complexity of the game. And Quordle also gravitated towards words that played with different consonants. But today, the game brings back the vowels in a big way and it might surprise the players. We do not want it to catch you off-guard and cost your streak and that is why we have brought our trusted Quordle hints and clues to help you navigate through this trickery. And if you are stuck on the last few attempts and do not know what to guess, then just go to the bottom and check the solutions directly.
Quordle 311 hints for December 1
As mentioned above, today, three of the four words have a minimum of two vowels. This means focusing on vowels is very important. It should not be too difficult given that there are only five of them, but to use them in attempts can still take you two guesses. We would recommend you to pair the vowels with popular consonants so you can get more clues that way.
Quordle 311 clues for December 1
Today's words begin with the letters M, B, D and A.
2. The words end with Y, D, D and E.
3. Word 1 clue - having the smell or taste of mint
4. Word 2 clue - to clear the dirty dishes from a table in a restaurant
5. Word 3 clue - (used for food) with all the liquid removed from it
6. Word 4 clue - able to move quickly and easily
Those were your clues. Now go on and give the game your best attempt. We are sure you'll crack the puzzle in no time. However, if you're stuck at the last four attempts and can't afford a wrong guess, then scroll down for the solution.
Quordle 311 answer for December 1
SPOILER ALERT. Do not read ahead if you do not want the answer to today's Quordle. You have been warned.
The four words in today's Quordle are:
These were your words of the day. We hope you were able to figure out all of them and protect your winning streak.