How many syllables are in delighted? 3 syllables
Divide delighted into syllables: de-light-ed
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Synonyms and Words Related to Delighted
delight (2 syllables), delightedly (4 syllables),
beguiled (2 Syllables), captivated (4 Syllables), charmed (1 Syllables), enchanted (3 Syllables), enthralled (2 Syllables), entranced (2 Syllables), pleased (1 Syllables)
beguiled (2 syllables), blithe (1 syllables), captivated (4 syllables), charmed (1 syllables), cozy (2 syllables), delirious (4 syllables), ecstatic (3 syllables), elated (3 syllables), enchanted (3 syllables), enthralled (2 syllables), entranced (2 syllables), eupeptic (3 syllables), euphoric (3 syllables), exhilarated (5 syllables), exultant (3 syllables),
Three syllable words that rhyme with Delighted
benighted, delighted, excited, ignited, incited, indicted, indited, invited, recited, shortsighted, united
Five syllable words that rhyme with Delighted
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