How Many Syllables are in Closet | Divide Closet into Syllables

How many syllables are in closet? 2 syllables

Divide closet into syllables: clos-et

How to pronounce closet:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Closet

closeted (2 syllables), closeting (3 syllables), closets (2 syllables), cupboard (2 Syllables), loo (1 Syllables), press (1 Syllables), w.c. (2 Syllables), wardrobe (2 Syllables), water closet (4 Syllables) academic (4 syllables), anchorite (3 syllables), anonymous (4 syllables), archives (2 syllables), attic (2 syllables), ballet (2 syllables), basement (2 syllables), bathroom (2 syllables), bedpan (2 syllables), bin (1 syllables), bottle (2 syllables), casket (2 syllables), cellar (2 syllables), chambers (2 syllables), chancery (3 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Closet

closet, posit

Three syllable words that rhyme with Closet

composite, deposit

Five syllable words that rhyme with Closet

eurodeposit

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