How many syllables are in magic? 2 syllables

Divide magic into syllables: mag-ic

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How to pronounce magic:

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Synonyms and Words Related to Magic

magics (2 syllables), charming (2 Syllables), conjuration (4 Syllables), conjuring trick (4 Syllables), deception (3 Syllables), illusion (3 Syllables), legerdemain (4 Syllables), magic trick (3 Syllables), magical (3 Syllables), sorcerous (3 Syllables), supernatural (5 Syllables), trick (1 Syllables), witching(a) (3 Syllables), wizard(a) (3 Syllables), wizardly (3 Syllables) admirable (4 syllables), alchemy (3 syllables), areola (4 syllables), charm (1 syllables), charming (2 syllables), conjuration (4 syllables), deception (3 syllables), demonism (3 syllables), devilry (3 syllables), diabolism (4 syllables), exorcism (3 syllables), illusion (3 syllables), illusionist (4 syllables), illustrious (4 syllables), incantation (4 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Magic

magic, majik, tragic, zajic

Three syllable words that rhyme with Magic

pelagic

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