How Many Syllables are in Animated | Divide Animated into Syllables

How many syllables are in animated? 4 syllables

Divide animated into syllables: an-i-mat-ed

How to pronounce animated:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Animated

animatedly (5 syllables), alive (2 Syllables), enlivened (3 Syllables), full of life (3 Syllables), lively (2 Syllables), moving (2 Syllables), reanimated (4 Syllables), revived (2 Syllables), spirited (3 Syllables), vital (2 Syllables) active (2 syllables), acute (2 syllables), aggressive (3 syllables), agog (2 syllables), airy (2 syllables), alert (2 syllables), alive (2 syllables), animate (3 syllables), antic (2 syllables), anxious (2 syllables), avid (2 syllables), bouncing (2 syllables), breathless (2 syllables), breezy (2 syllables), bright (1 syllables),

Four syllable words that rhyme with Animated


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