How many syllables are in frequent? 2 syllables

Divide frequent into syllables: fre-quent

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Synonyms and Words Related to Frequent

frequented (2 syllables), frequenting (3 syllables), frequently (3 syllables), frequents (2 syllables), buy at (2 Syllables), common (2 Syllables), patronise (3 Syllables), patronize (3 Syllables), predominant (4 Syllables), prevailing (3 Syllables), regular (3 Syllables), shop (1 Syllables), shop at (2 Syllables), sponsor (2 Syllables), steady (2 Syllables) common (2 syllables), everyday (3 syllables), habitual (4 syllables), hackneyed (2 syllables), haunt (1 syllables), haunting (2 syllables), patronise (3 syllables), patronize (3 syllables), predominant (4 syllables), prevailing (3 syllables), regular (3 syllables), shop (1 syllables), sponsor (2 syllables), steady (2 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Frequent

frequent, sequent, frequent

Three syllable words that rhyme with Frequent


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