The Quordle 161 answer for July 4, 2022 has been discovered. Today’s puzzle has a solution that continues with the unusual words from the Quordle yesterday. This time around, none of the words are used in everyday language, so you’ll likely have to put on your thinking cap for many of them. Luckily, there’s only one instance of a double letter, though there is an uncommon consonant that is shared three times throughout the answer. It’s difficult to pinpoint which word among the four is the hardest, but we’ll go with the one in the top-right position. For a hint, it describes a diseased state of a typically canine animal. If you’re looking for the full solution, though, you can view it in the next section.
What is Quordle answer 161? (July 4, 2022)
The Quordle answer 161 is:
Since “MANGY” has two uncommon consonants, the “M” and the “G,” it might give you the most trouble. Not many five-letter words end in “-GY” and those that do tend to have the “-GGY” ending instead. “SUMAC” has similar difficulty given the “M” and “C” consonants and just how unusual the word it is. Unless you know a lot about plants or Middle Eastern spices, “SUMAC” might elude you as it’s typically used as a reddish-purple powder spice in hummus or other dips.
The “M” consonant appears yet again in “REMIT,” a formal word that isn’t used frequently either. The toughest part is figuring exactly where the common letters go since there are many ways that the “R,” “E,” “I,” and “T” can be arranged within a word. With any luck, you’ll be able to get “MANGY” or “SUMAC” to give you a hint for this, particularly “SUMAC” since the “M” is in the third position in both. “TITHE” has the only double letter, though you likely won’t need too much courage to guess the second “T” as “?ITHE” and “TI?HE” don’t have many other possibilities.
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