How Many Syllables are in Advocate | Divide Advocate into Syllables

How many syllables are in advocate? 3 syllables

Divide advocate into syllables: ad-vo-cate

How to pronounce advocate:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Advocate

advocates (3 syllables), advocator (4 Syllables), counsel (2 Syllables), counsellor (3 Syllables), counselor (3 Syllables), counselor-at-law (5 Syllables), exponent (3 Syllables), pleader (2 Syllables), preach (1 Syllables), proponent (3 Syllables), recommend (3 Syllables) abet (2 syllables), abettor (3 syllables), acquaintance (3 syllables), admirer (3 syllables), advise (2 syllables), advocator (4 syllables), aficionado (5 syllables), agent (2 syllables), alternate (3 syllables), angel (2 syllables), answer (2 syllables), apologist (4 syllables), arm (1 syllables), assert (2 syllables), assessor (3 syllables),

Three syllable words that rhyme with Advocate

advocate, advocate

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