How Many Syllables are in City | Divide City into Syllables

How many syllables are in city? 2 syllables

Divide city into syllables: cit-y

How to pronounce city:
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Synonyms and Words Related to City

metropolis (4 Syllables), metropolis (4 Syllables), urban center (4 Syllables) alderman (3 syllables), assemblyman (4 syllables), bailiwick (3 syllables), barrio (2 syllables), bench (1 syllables), block (1 syllables), borough (2 syllables), bourgeois (2 syllables), bruges (2 syllables), burg (1 syllables), burgher (2 syllables), burghermaster (4 syllables), casebook (2 syllables), cebu (2 syllables), charlotte (2 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with City

bitty, chitty, citi, city, clytie, ditty, gritty, hitty, itty, kitty, litty, miltie, nitty, pity, pretty, smitty, twitty, whitty, witty

Three syllable words that rhyme with City

commitee, committee, mcquitty, tarditi

Four syllable words that rhyme with City

fulginiti, itty-bitty, subcommittee

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