How many syllables are in arrested? 2 syllables
Divide arrested into syllables: ar-rested
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Synonyms and Words Related to Arrested
arrest (2 syllables),
in remission (4 Syllables), inactive (3 Syllables)
amentia (3 syllables), arrest (2 syllables), babbling (2 syllables), backward (2 syllables), behind (2 syllables), behindhand (3 syllables), belated (3 syllables), blithering (3 syllables), blocked (1 syllables), callow (2 syllables), caught (1 syllables), charmed (1 syllables), childish (2 syllables), coarse (1 syllables), constrained (2 syllables),
Two syllable words that rhyme with Arrested
bested, breasted, chested, crested, guested, jested, nested, rested, smestad, tested, vested, wrested
Three syllable words that rhyme with Arrested
arrested, attested, congested, contested, detested, divested, infested, ingested, invested, molested, protested, requested, retested, suggested, untested
Four syllable words that rhyme with Arrested
rearrested, reinvested, uncontested, unmolested
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