How many syllables are in cake? 1 syllable
Divide cake into syllables: cake
How to pronounce cake:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Cake
cakes (1 syllables),
bar (1 Syllables), coat (1 Syllables), patty (2 Syllables)
ashcake (2 syllables), bagel (2 syllables), bar (1 syllables), battercake (3 syllables), blintz (1 syllables), breeze (1 syllables), bridecake (3 syllables), bun (1 syllables), candy (2 syllables), cinch (1 syllables), clabber (2 syllables), clot (1 syllables), cluster (2 syllables), coagulate (4 syllables), coat (1 syllables),
One syllable words that rhyme with Cake
ache, ake, bake, blake, brake, break, cake, dake, drake, fake, flake, haik, hake, jacque, jake, lake, make, naik, paik, pake, plake, quake, rake, sake, schake, schlake, schnake, schwake, shaik, shaikh, shake, shrake, snake, spake, stake, steak, take, wake, yake
Two syllable words that rhyme with Cake
awake, forsake, mistake, opaque, partake, remake, retake
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