How many syllables are in purpose? 2 syllables

Divide purpose into syllables: pur-pose

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How to pronounce purpose:

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Synonyms and Words Related to Purpose

purposely (3 syllables), purposes (3 syllables), aim (1 Syllables), aim (1 Syllables), design (2 Syllables), determination (5 Syllables), function (2 Syllables), intent (2 Syllables), intention (3 Syllables), propose (2 Syllables), purport (2 Syllables), resolve (2 Syllables), role (1 Syllables), use (1 Syllables) advisedly (4 syllables), aim (1 syllables), all-purpose (3 syllables), consciously (3 syllables), deliberately (5 syllables), desideratum (5 syllables), design (2 syllables), designedly (4 syllables), destination (4 syllables), determination (5 syllables), fortitude (3 syllables), function (2 syllables), general (3 syllables), general-purpose (5 syllables), goal (1 syllables),

Three syllable words that rhyme with Purpose

all-purpose

Four syllable words that rhyme with Purpose

multipurpose

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