How Many Syllables are in Detective | Divide Detective into Syllables

How many syllables are in detective? 3 syllables

Divide detective into syllables: de-tec-tive

How to pronounce detective:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Detective

detectives (3 syllables), investigator (5 Syllables), police detective (5 Syllables), tec (1 Syllables) addressee (3 syllables), bailiff (2 syllables), beagle (2 syllables), constable (3 syllables), denizen (3 syllables), detecting (3 syllables), detection (3 syllables), dweller (2 syllables), examiner (4 syllables), fbi (1 syllables), fiction (2 syllables), folktale (2 syllables), gendarme (2 syllables), gest (1 syllables), g-man (2 syllables),

Four syllable words that rhyme with Detective

ineffective, introspective, irrespective, retrospective

Five syllable words that rhyme with Detective

anti-infective

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