How Many Syllables are in Butterfly | Divide Butterfly into Syllables

How many syllables are in butterfly? 3 syllables

Divide butterfly into syllables: but-ter-fly

How to pronounce butterfly:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Butterfly

butterflying (4 syllables), butterfly stroke (4 Syllables), chat up (2 Syllables), coquet (2 Syllables), coquette (2 Syllables), dally (2 Syllables), flirt (1 Syllables), mash (1 Syllables), philander (3 Syllables), romance (2 Syllables) backstroke (2 syllables), balneation (4 syllables), bathe (1 syllables), bathing (2 syllables), buddleia (3 syllables), chameleon (4 syllables), chiggerflower (4 syllables), comma (2 syllables), confetti (3 syllables), coquet (2 syllables), coquette (2 syllables), crawl (1 syllables), dally (2 syllables), danaid (2 syllables), diving (2 syllables),

Three syllable words that rhyme with Butterfly

butterfly

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