How Many Syllables are in Arrive | Divide Arrive into Syllables

How many syllables are in arrive? 2 syllables

Divide arrive into syllables: ar-rive

How to pronounce arrive:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Arrive

arrives (2 syllables), come (1 Syllables), get (1 Syllables), get in (2 Syllables), go far (2 Syllables), make it (2 Syllables) accomplish (3 syllables), achieve (2 syllables), appear (2 syllables), attain (2 syllables), check (1 syllables), come (1 syllables), come-on (2 syllables), dawn (1 syllables), derive (2 syllables), draw (1 syllables), face (1 syllables), fetch (1 syllables), find (1 syllables), flourish (2 syllables), gain (1 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Arrive

clive, clyve, dive, dr, dr., drive, five, hive, i've, jive, live, shive, strive, thrive, vive

Two syllable words that rhyme with Arrive

alive, arrive, c5, connive, contrive, deprive, derive, m5, revive, survive

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