How many syllables are in condescending? 4 syllables

Divide condescending into syllables: con-de-scend-ing

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Synonyms and Words Related to Condescending

condescend (3 syllables), condescendingly (5 syllables), arch (1 Syllables), patronising (4 Syllables), patronizing (4 Syllables), superior (4 Syllables) arch (1 syllables), arch- (1 syllables), haughty (2 syllables), highfalutin (4 syllables), hoity-toity (4 syllables), overbearing (4 syllables), patronising (4 syllables), patronizing (4 syllables), superior (4 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Condescending

bending, blending, ending, fending, lending, mending, pending, rending, sending, spending, tending, trending, vending, wending

Four syllable words that rhyme with Condescending

apprehending, comprehending, condescending, recommending

Five syllable words that rhyme with Condescending

overextending

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