How many syllables are in contraction? 3 syllables

Divide contraction into syllables: con-trac-tion

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Synonyms and Words Related to Contraction

contractions (3 syllables), compression (3 Syllables), condensation (4 Syllables), muscular contraction (6 Syllables) abatement (3 syllables), abridgment (3 syllables), alleviation (5 syllables), clipping (2 syllables), compression (3 syllables), condensation (4 syllables), decrement (3 syllables), deflation (3 syllables), diminution (4 syllables), dying (2 syllables), elision (3 syllables), ellipsis (3 syllables), epitome (4 syllables), hourglass (2 syllables), isthmus (2 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Contraction

action, faction, fraction, traction

Four syllable words that rhyme with Contraction

interaction, liquefaction, satisfaction

Five syllable words that rhyme with Contraction

dissatisfaction

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