How many syllables are in credit? 2 syllables

Divide credit into syllables: cred-it

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How to pronounce credit:

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Synonyms and Words Related to Credit

credited (3 syllables), crediting (3 syllables), credits (2 syllables), crit (1 syllables), accredit (3 Syllables), acknowledgment (4 Syllables), citation (3 Syllables), course credit (3 Syllables), credit entry (4 Syllables), deferred payment (4 Syllables), mention (2 Syllables), quotation (3 Syllables), recognition (4 Syllables), reference (3 Syllables) acceptation (4 syllables), accredit (3 syllables), acknowledgment (4 syllables), annuity (4 syllables), ascendancy (4 syllables), ascribe (2 syllables), belief (2 syllables), believe (2 syllables), benediction (4 syllables), billet-doux (3 syllables), bloc (1 syllables), by-line (2 syllables), capitalize (4 syllables), carry-over (4 syllables), certainty (3 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Credit

credit, edit

Three syllable words that rhyme with Credit

discredit

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