# Daily 'Quordle' Word #115 Answer and Hints: Clues for May 19 Puzzle

Quordle is the highly challenging game created for those borderline geniuses who can solve Wordle puzzles in their sleep.

Quordle #115 is live for the next 24 hours, and today's word game is so difficult, players are at risk of losing their precious winning streaks.

Fortunately, Newsweek is on hand to assist with Quordle's May 19 iteration, courtesy of a quartet of practical hints and tips.

## Quordle Origins

Quordle, like its namesake Wordle, is a daily puzzle where players have to guess answers using only their dictionary knowledge and powers of deduction.

Since its successful release last year, Wordle has inspired several other daily word games, including the adversarial version of the charming game, Absurdle.

However, there is a key difference between the pair of puzzles: Wordle requires players to only guess one five-letter word, while Quordle is far harder to crack, as four five-letter word guesses are required.

Infuriatingly, whether the Quordle answers are easy or difficult is largely irrelevant, as the key is finding sufficient clues within a limited number of attempts to correctly arrive at the solution.

There are four grids on the screen and every choice made reflects in all the grids, and one of your nine chances will disappear after every attempt.

Tricia Fox, a chartered marketer and PR practitioner, describes herself as "a daily Quordler."

She told Newsweek: "I started with Wordle—still do that too but find it boring by comparison.

"I enjoy Quordle as it's a bit more challenging to solve four words simultaneously, however I use the nine guesses to my advantage.

"I consistently get a 4/5/6/7 guess profile using a triple word start that covers off most of the major letters in the alphabet."

"I also sometimes vary my start words if I'm bored, depending on the news du jour!"

## Quordle #115 May 19 Hints And Tips

The Quordle solutions for Thursday, May 19 are words that for once have very little to connect them.

Hint 1: Quordle #115's first answer describes the adorable cute herbivorous marsupials native to Australia.

Hint 2: The second answer is both a common verb and noun, meaning to construct or denoting a form's proportions.

Hint 3: This five-letter Quordle #115 answer is frequently used to describe a person, particularly a child, who is pleasantly mischievous in a likeable or amusing way.

Hint 4: Boasting a brace of vowels, this Quordle answer is synonymous with the rather annoying habit of displaying a little too much curiosity about other people's affairs.