How Many Syllables are in Assembly | Divide Assembly into Syllables

How many syllables are in assembly? 3 syllables

Divide assembly into syllables: as-sem-bly

How to pronounce assembly:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Assembly

assemblage (3 Syllables), fabrication (4 Syllables), forum (2 Syllables), gathering (3 Syllables), meeting place (3 Syllables) aggregation (4 syllables), amphitheater (5 syllables), architecture (4 syllables), arena (3 syllables), armory (3 syllables), arsenal (3 syllables), assemblage (3 syllables), assembler (3 syllables), assignation (4 syllables), association (5 syllables), attendance (3 syllables), auditorium (5 syllables), ball (1 syllables), band (1 syllables), bench (1 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Assembly

trembley, trembly, wembley

Three syllable words that rhyme with Assembly

assembly

Four syllable words that rhyme with Assembly

reassembly, subassembly

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