How Many Syllables are in Burial | Divide Burial into Syllables

How many syllables are in burial? 3 syllables

Divide burial into syllables: bur-i-al

How to pronounce burial:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Burial

burials (3 syllables), burying (3 Syllables), entombment (3 Syllables), inhumation (4 Syllables), interment (3 Syllables), sepulture (3 Syllables) baptism (2 syllables), barrow (2 syllables), burying (3 syllables), casket (2 syllables), cemetery (4 syllables), cenotaph (3 syllables), cist (1 syllables), cortege (2 syllables), covering (3 syllables), crypt (1 syllables), darkening (3 syllables), deathwatch (2 syllables), deception (3 syllables), dip (1 syllables), dipping (2 syllables),

Three syllable words that rhyme with Burial

aerial, ariel, burial, mariel

Four syllable words that rhyme with Burial


Five syllable words that rhyme with Burial

actuarial, adversarial, secretarial

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