How Many Syllables are in Confusion | Divide Confusion into Syllables

How many syllables are in confusion? 3 syllables

Divide confusion into syllables: con-fu-sion

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Synonyms and Words Related to Confusion

confusions (3 syllables), disarray (3 Syllables), discombobulation (6 Syllables), mental confusion (5 Syllables), mix-up (2 Syllables) ado (2 syllables), anarchism (3 syllables), anarchy (3 syllables), babel (1 syllables), bafflement (3 syllables), bedlam (2 syllables), cacophony (4 syllables), chagrin (2 syllables), checkmate (2 syllables), clutter (2 syllables), commotion (3 syllables), consternation (4 syllables), derangement (3 syllables), devastation (4 syllables), dilemma (3 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Confusion

fusion

Four syllable words that rhyme with Confusion

disillusion, rediffusion, reperfusion

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