Daily 'Quordle' Word 106 Answer and Hints: Clues for Tuesday, May 10 Puzzle

Quordle is a game designed for puzzle fanatics that makes Wordle look easy—rather than six guesses for one word, you have nine guesses to solve all four words.

Quordle #106 will be live for the next 24 hours and unfortunately it has proven to be another tricky one.

Fortunately, Newsweek is able to help with the May 10 puzzle, and provide some hints and tips.

Quordle Origins

Quordle emerged as a trickier alternative to its distant relative Wordle on many puzzle enthusiasts' to-do lists in mid-February.

Quordle's principles are nearly the same as Wordle—the player guesses five-letter words every day.

Each guess will appear in four fields at the same time, representing the four words. You have nine chances to guess all of the words.

Like Wordle, players need to note the tiles' color if they are to win—green is a correct letter, while yellow means that the letter is in the word but not in the position you've guessed. Grey tiles mean that the letter isn't in the word.

The game requires even more work from players as they attempt to crack the puzzle, but fortunately you have the option to press a "practice" button before trying for real.

The word game is free to access at Quordle.com.

According to its website, engineer David Mah created the first prototype of the game "in a moment of evil and genius."

Many players were playing Wordle but finding it nearly impossible to fail after being allowed five guesses. Some tried Dordle by Guilherme S. Töws, but they still found it rare to fail to guess both words in seven tries. So they made an even harder puzzle.

Game creator Freddie Meyer said: "It was truly horrific code (it even had two keyboards) but I knew that I had to continue this madness. With hindsight, he really baited me into finishing his monstrous creation."

Quordle #106 May 10 Hints And Tips

One strategy many regular players use is beginning with words that have several vowels in—such as 'audio' or 'adieu'. These letters often appear in most words.

• Hint 1: One of the body's main ways of eliminating excess salt and water.
• Hint 2: This transitive verb describes something often found in gardens and it also means to enclose with a dense shrub or low trees.
• Hint 3: The direction the needle of a compass normally points.
• Hint 4: Another word for this noun is a reata or lariat.