How many syllables are in beneficent? 4 syllables

Divide beneficent into syllables: be-nef-i-cent

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Synonyms and Words Related to Beneficent

beneficently (5 syllables), benefic (3 Syllables), charitable (4 Syllables), eleemosynary (6 Syllables), gracious (2 Syllables), philanthropic (4 Syllables) altruistic (4 syllables), amicable (4 syllables), benefic (3 syllables), benevolent (4 syllables), benign (2 syllables), bighearted (3 syllables), bountiful (3 syllables), charitable (4 syllables), cooperative (5 syllables), eleemosynary (6 syllables), friendly (2 syllables), generous (3 syllables), gracious (2 syllables), greathearted (3 syllables), human (2 syllables),

Three syllable words that rhyme with Beneficent

deficient, efficient, omniscient, proficient, sufficient

Four syllable words that rhyme with Beneficent

beneficent, coefficient, inefficient, insufficient, self-sufficient

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