In today’s Quordle, three or four words are pretty easy; however, finding two or three other words is difficult. These words contain complex arrangements, repeated letters and very unusual letters. In addition, a word is not common, which can be very difficult for Spanish speakers. Therefore, we advise you to use all the tips carefully to find the right solution.
Today’s Tips (December 21) Quordle-
The beginnings of today’s word are the letters P, W, C and V.
Words end with the letters R, T, K and R.
The first word refers to the piper.
Both words refer to a certain type of person.
The third word refers to the part of the face below the eye and above the mouth.
The word four refers to enthusiasm or physical or mental energy.
With these clues, we hope to quickly find the right solution for today’s Quordle. Here are the correct answers as well, to check your solutions.
Today’s Answers (December 21) Quordle-
Here are all the correct answers for today’s Quordle:
We hope that solved all of today’s Quordle issues. Tomorrow, we’ll give you clues and answers for the next Quordle.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- What is the longest word in the English language?
PNEUMONOULTRAMICROSPICSILICOVOLCANOCONIOSIS is arguably the longest word in the English language. It refers to a lung infection due to silica.
- When was the first English dictionary written?
The first English dictionary was written in 1604 by Robert Cawdrey.
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