How many syllables are in page? 1 syllable

Divide page into syllables: page

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Synonyms and Words Related to Page

pages (1 syllables), foliate (3 Syllables), pageboy (2 Syllables), paginate (3 Syllables), sri frederick handley page (7 Syllables), thomas nelson page (5 Syllables), varlet (2 Syllables) batman (2 syllables), bootblack (2 syllables), contents (2 syllables), enumerate (4 syllables), errata (3 syllables), facia (3 syllables), flyleaf (2 syllables), foliate (3 syllables), folio (3 syllables), foreword (2 syllables), galley (2 syllables), gofer (2 syllables), inscription (3 syllables), leaf (1 syllables), newsy (2 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Page

age, cage, drage, gage, gaige, gauge, grage, hage, kage, krage, lage, page, paige, rage, sage, schrage, stage, wage, wrage

Two syllable words that rhyme with Page

assuage, backstage, bethpage, engage, enrage, offstage, onstage, osage, restage, upstage

Three syllable words that rhyme with Page

disengage, under-age

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