How Many Syllables are in Actor | Divide Actor into Syllables

How many syllables are in actor? 2 syllables

Divide actor into syllables: ac-tor

How to pronounce actor:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Actor

actorly (3 syllables), actors (2 syllables), doer (2 Syllables), histrion (3 Syllables), player (2 Syllables), role player (3 Syllables), thespian (3 Syllables), worker (2 Syllables) actress (2 syllables), agent (2 syllables), antagonist (4 syllables), antihero (4 syllables), architect (3 syllables), author (2 syllables), balletic (3 syllables), bit (1 syllables), casanova (4 syllables), cast (1 syllables), character (3 syllables), charmer (2 syllables), counterfeiter (4 syllables), creator (3 syllables), cue (1 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Actor

actor, akhtar, factor, lacter, pachter, schachter, schlachter, tractor

Three syllable words that rhyme with Actor

compactor, detractor, reactor, refractor

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