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Daily Sequence Answer Solutions and suggestions Quordle Today: for March 15th, Friday (game #781)

It’s time for your daily fix of Quordle answers and tips for the main game as well as the spin-off Daily Sequence Answer.

Approximately two years after the daily word game craze struck the internet, Quordle is the only Wordle clone that I’m still playing, and for good reason—it’s challenging yet entertaining.

Furthermore, its creators—now the online dictionary Merriam-Webster—maintain it interesting with a variation known as the Daily Sequence, in which players solve four challenges in order rather than simultaneously.

However, Quordle is challenging, so if you’re already looking for the Wordle solution for today, you’ll definitely need some tips for this game as well.

I’ve been playing Wordle and Quordle since December 2021, therefore I can assist you solve Quordle today and get better at the game tomorrow. Continue reading for the solutions to the Daily Sequence Answer, the main game, and my Quordle tips for game #781.

SPOILER WARNING: If you don’t want to know the answers, stop reading now since there is information about Quordle today below.


How many different vowels are in Quordle today?

• There are now 3* distinct vowels in Quordle.

Observe that when we refer to vowels, we mean the five common vowels (A, E, I, O, and U), not Y (which is occasionally classified as a vowel as well).


What is the total number of vowels in Quordle today?

• There are five vowels in all of today’s Quordle responses.


Do any of today’s Quordle answers contain repeated letters?

• There are now two Quordle responses that have the same letter twice.

HINT #4: TOTAL LETTERS-QUORDLE TODAY Daily Sequence Answer (GAME #781)

How many different letters are used in Quordle today?

• There are now 14 distinct letters used in Quordle.


Do the letters Q, Z, X, or J appear in Quordle today?

• No, none of the Quordle responses from today include Q, Z, X, or J.


Do any of today’s Quordle puzzles start with the same letter?

• There are zero Quordle responses today that begin with the same letter.

You can scroll down to get the answers if, at this point, all you want to know. Here’s another hint to help things go much more smoothly if you’re not ready yet:


What letters do today’s Quordle answers start with?


• F

• T

• D

That’s right, the solutions are below; if you don’t want to see them, stop scrolling.


Daily Sequence
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Today’s Quordle, game #781, has the following answers:



Daily Sequence Answer
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Today’s Quordle Daily Sequence Answer, game #781, has the following answers:



  • Quordle #780, Thursday 14 March: RESIN, DINGY, PLAID, BERET
  • Quordle #779, Wednesday 13 March: GLASS, HOUSE, FINAL, EXIST
  • Quordle #778, Tuesday 12 March: IDYLL, FAITH, RECUT, SASSY
  • Quordle #777, Monday 11 March: GRAND, GAUDY, FUNKY, BOOST
  • Quordle #776, Sunday 10 March: ENVOY, STUDY, SMACK, TREND
  • Quordle #775, Saturday 9 March: YOUNG, WHACK, FRILL, GLOOM
  • Quordle #774, Friday 8 March: TAMER, SHUNT, HUMPH, APPLY
  • Quordle #773, Thursday 7 March: LITHE, HOTLY, TIDAL, DRAMA
  • Quordle #772, Wednesday 6 March: EXALT, BRAWL, TUTOR, PRIOR
  • Quordle #771, Tuesday 5 March: ERUPT, SAUTE, QUIET, CLANG
  • Quordle #770, Monday 4 March: SADLY, SCRUM, SMALL, BESET
  • Quordle #769, Sunday 3 March: FEWER, ENTER, ROUND, QUACK
  • Quordle #768, Saturday 2 March: GLOBE, BRACE, FILET, SWORE
  • Quordle #767, Friday 1 March: LEAFY, TAUNT, BADLY, MAIZE
  • Quordle #766, Thursday 29 February: TENET, MOVIE, CHORE, SMART
  • Quordle #765, Wednesday 28 February: PLUMP, FRILL, SLOTH, FICUS
  • Quordle #764, Tuesday 27 February: RASPY, BUDDY, DONUT, DROOL
  • Quordle #763, Monday 26 February: MOSSY, MOVIE, SCOPE, GENRE
  • Quordle #762, Sunday 25 February: RANGE, THIGH, TRUNK, MANLY
  • Quordle #761, Saturday 24 February: SCALE, BLAST, FLUNG, FUZZY


What is Quordle?

Quordle gives you four riddles to solve, but Wordle pushes you to identify a new five-letter word every day. And you do them all at once, instead of one after the other. The rules are quite similar, however you receive nine guesses instead of Wordle’s six.

After Merriam-Webster bought Quordle last year, you may access it through both the Quordle and Merriam-Webster websites for online play.

Similar to Wordle, you’re up against people all around the world since every participant receives the same set of answers every day. Similar to Wordle, the problem resets every night at midnight, providing you with a new challenge every day.

On the website, you can also get daily statistics, such as a streak count, and a practice mode that I highly suggest practicing before trying the actual game. Also, you receive Quordle Achievements, which are particular badges awarded for reaching a set amount of wins in a game, playing a lot, or correctly guessing exceptionally challenging phrases.

Yes, and it’s challenging. quite challenging.

What are the Quordle rules?

Wordle and Quordle have nearly the same set of rules.

1. Letters that appear in the correct location and in the answer turn green.

2. Letters that are part of the solution but are positioned incorrectly become yellow.

3. Letters that are absent from the response become gray.

4. Nevertheless, the word you guess shows up simultaneously in each of the puzzle’s four quadrants, so an A may turn green in one, yellow in another, and gray in the last two.

5. There is never a plural answer.

6. Letters could show up repeatedly. In other words, if your estimate has two of the same letter, they may both become green or yellow, or one could turn yellow and the other green.

7. Every guess needs to be a term that exists in Quordle’s lexicon. For example, it’s impossible to guess ABCDE.

8. There is no counterpart to Wordle’s Hard level, nor is it necessary for you to incorporate the proper letters in future guesses.

9. To locate the Quordle solutions, you have nine guesses.

10. The daily Quordle needs to be finished by midnight in your time zone.

What is a good Quordle strategy?

Compared to Wordle, Quordle requires a distinct strategy. You won’t be successful if you just throw letters at it; instead, you’ll have a far higher chance of winning if you approach the four riddles in nine guesses.

This is true in Wordle as well, of course, but it’s far more significant in Quordle.

It is important to keep in mind two things.

1. Use several starting words

Firstly, you won’t want just a single starting word, but almost certainly two or three starting words. 

The first of these should probably be one of the best Wordle starting words, because the same things that make them work well will apply here too. But after that, you should select another word or possibly two that use up lots more of the most common consonants and that include any remaining vowels.

For instance, I currently use STARE > DOILY > PUNCH. Between them, these three words use 15 of the 26 letters in the alphabet including all five vowels, Y, and nine of the most common consonants (S, T, R, D, L, P, N, C and H). There are plenty of other options – you might want to get an M, B, F or G in there instead of the H, maybe – but something like that should do the trick.

If all goes well, that will give you a good lead on what one or sometimes two of the answers might be. If not, well good luck!

2. Narrow things down

In the event that you are presented with a term such as -ATCH, where the possible answers are MATCH, BATCH, LATCH, CATCH, WATCH, HATCH, or PATCH, you should surely choose a word that would reduce the number of possibilities.

Instead, if you still have enough guesses, you may attempt multiple of those in sequence in Wordle and hope one works. Though dangerous, it occasionally succeeds. It’s also the sole choice available on Hard mode. However, this will almost definitely lead to a failure in Quordle because there aren’t nearly enough guesses.

CLAMP would be an excellent bet in the above situation since it may lead to four of the seven words at once.

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