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How many syllables are in abed? 2 syllables

Divide abed into syllables: a-bed

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Synonyms and Words Related to Abed

ab (1 syllables), (0 Syllables) bedfast (2 syllables), bedrid (2 syllables), bedridden (3 syllables), dawdler (2 syllables), diseased (2 syllables), infirm (2 syllables), lingerer (3 syllables), loiterer (3 syllables), plodder (2 syllables), slugabed (3 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Abed

bed, bled, bread, bred, dead, dread, dred, dredd, ed, fed, fled, fread, fred, freda, ged, head, jed, lead, led, med, ned, nedd, pled, read, reade, red, redd, said, schwed, sffed, shead, shed, shedd, shred, sled, sledd, sped, spread, stead, swed, szwed, ted, thread, tread, wed, wedd, wehde, zed

Two syllable words that rhyme with Abed

abed, adread, ahead, behead, embed, imbed, instead, misled, numed, purebred, retread, sayed, unread, unsaid, unted, unwed, widespread

Three syllable words that rhyme with Abed

biomed, infrared, interbred, overfed, overhead, thoroughbred

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