Quordle 595: How to solve the four-word puzzle of September 11

Quordle, the popular word game that challenges you to guess four words based on clues and letters, has released its 595th puzzle today. If you are stuck or want to check your answers, here are some hints and solutions to help you out.

What is Quordle?

Quordle is a daily word game that was created by Merriam-Webster, the online dictionary. It is similar to Wordle, but with four words instead of one. Each word has five letters and you have six guesses to find them all. You can also play a spin-off game called Daily Sequence, where you have to guess four words in a row.

How to play Quordle?

To play Quordle, you have to enter a five-letter word in the input box and press enter. The game will tell you how many letters are correct and in the right position (green), how many letters are correct but in the wrong position (yellow), and how many letters are wrong (gray). You can use this feedback to narrow down your options and try another word. You can also use the keyboard shortcuts to enter words faster.

Quordle 595 hints and clues

Today’s Quordle puzzle is quite tricky, as all four words have repeated letters and some uncommon letters. You might want to focus on finding the vowels first, as there are only three different ones in the puzzle. Here are some more hints and clues for each word:

  • The first word starts with R and ends with T. It means to remove further or different material from something.
  • The second word starts with G and ends with D. It is a noun that describes a desire for more food, money, power, etc. than you really need.
  • The third word starts with C and ends with R. It is a verb that means to put something on or in front of something to hide or protect it.
  • The fourth word starts with M and ends with R. It is a noun that refers to a device that measures the amount of something that is used.

Quordle 595 answers

If you are still struggling or want to verify your answers, here are the solutions for today’s Quordle puzzle:


We hope you enjoyed playing Quordle today and learned some new words along the way. You can also try the Daily Sequence game for more fun and challenge.

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