How Many Syllables are in Church | Divide Church into Syllables

How many syllables are in church? 1 syllable

Divide church into syllables: church

How to pronounce church:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Church

churched (1 syllables), churching (2 syllables), churchly (2 syllables), christian church (3 Syllables), church building (3 Syllables), church service (3 Syllables) banns (1 syllables), baptismal (3 syllables), baptists (2 syllables), bell (1 syllables), cantata (3 syllables), catechumen (4 syllables), cathedral (3 syllables), ceremonious (5 syllables), chef (1 syllables), chorale (2 syllables), churchgoer (3 syllables), churchly (2 syllables), churchman (2 syllables), clapper (2 syllables), communicant (4 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Church

bertch, bertsch, bertsche, birch, burch, burtch, church, durch, gertsch, lerche, lurch, perch, search

Two syllable words that rhyme with Church

research

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