How Many Syllables are in Anoint | Divide Anoint into Syllables

How many syllables are in anoint? 2 syllables

Divide anoint into syllables: a-noint

How to pronounce anoint:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Anoint

anointed (2 syllables), anointing (3 syllables), anoints (2 syllables), anele (2 Syllables), embrocate (3 Syllables), inunct (2 Syllables), oil (1 Syllables) anele (2 syllables), chair (1 syllables), christen (2 syllables), confirm (2 syllables), crown (1 syllables), daub (1 syllables), dope (1 syllables), dose (1 syllables), dress (1 syllables), drug (1 syllables), embrocate (3 syllables), enthrone (2 syllables), grease (1 syllables), impose (2 syllables), inaugurate (4 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Anoint

joint, joynt, point, pointe

Two syllable words that rhyme with Anoint

anoint, appoint, disjoint, lapoint, lapointe, pierpoint

Three syllable words that rhyme with Anoint

disappoint, reappoint

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