How Many Syllables are in Across | Divide Across into Syllables

How many syllables are in across? 2 syllables

Divide across into syllables: a-cross

How to pronounce across:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Across

crossed (1 Syllables), crosstown (2 Syllables), cross-town (2 Syllables), crossways (2 Syllables), crosswise (2 Syllables), decussate (3 Syllables), intersectant (4 Syllables), intersecting (4 Syllables), over (2 Syllables) across-the-board (4 syllables), against (2 syllables), all (1 syllables), all-embracing (4 syllables), all-inclusive (4 syllables), altogether (4 syllables), athwart (2 syllables), attain (2 syllables), befool (2 syllables), bestride (2 syllables), beyond (2 syllables), bias (2 syllables), biased (2 syllables), blanket (2 syllables), bodily (3 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Across

across, amoss, chandross, chavous, emboss, exhausts, hot-cross, lacross, lacrosse, recross, vandross

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