How Many Syllables are in Abject | Divide Abject into Syllables

How many syllables are in abject? 2 syllables

Divide abject into syllables: ab-ject

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Synonyms and Words Related to Abject

abjectly (3 syllables), contemptible (4 Syllables), hopeless (2 Syllables), low (1 Syllables), low-down (2 Syllables), miserable (4 Syllables), resigned (2 Syllables), scummy (2 Syllables), scurvy (2 Syllables), submissive (3 Syllables), unfortunate (4 Syllables), unhopeful (3 Syllables) abominable (5 syllables), accepting (3 syllables), acknowledgment (4 syllables), acquiescent (4 syllables), agreeable (4 syllables), alarm (2 syllables), apologetic (5 syllables), apology (4 syllables), arrant (2 syllables), ashamed (2 syllables), assenting (3 syllables), atrocious (3 syllables), awe (1 syllables), base (1 syllables), beggarly (3 syllables),

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