The Quordle 137 answer has been discovered for June 10, 2022, and fortunately, today’s puzzle is not as challenging as the last few Quordles. Yes, there are more than several uncommon letters spread throughout the solution, but most of the words should be on the easier side to figure out. The top-left word is the most unusual one of the four since it pertains to physics or engineering, so if you need a hint, it has something to do with positive electrons. Want the complete solution? Then you can check it out below.
What is Quordle answer 137? (June 10, 2022)
The Quordle answer 137 is:
The word described in the intro is “ANODE,” which despite it not being used very much in everyday language, has very easy letters. “AUDIO” shouldn’t give you trouble either since there aren’t many five-letter words with those four particular vowels. The overall difficulty for the puzle will likely come from “CHASM” and “BEGAN” due to them having about four or five uncommon consonants, but they’re nothing compared to other words like “RAJAH” and “PIXIE” from yesterday’s Quordle.
As you might know if you’ve read our guides before, the first three words in Quordle should cover the vowels and those consonants that occur with high frequency. Doing so for this puzzle will definitely help you in figuring out “AUDIO” and “ANODE” given their common letters. At the same time, you’ll also get a lot of green and yellow letters by the fourth guess or so, which will help you in guessing the remaining words.
Upon completing Quordle 137, you can head off to the official website‘s practice area if you’re not done with the word puzzles. You can even try classic Wordle or other variants like Duordle and Octordle if they’re to your taste. If you move the calendar settings on your phone or computer, you can even try some additional daily puzzles. Just note that if you do this, you’ll want to use another browser if you care about your Quordle records and achievements.
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